In the first few weeks of the lockdown, I stuck to writing our weekly lockdown diary but as the weeks have dragged on (and they REALLY have now) things have slipped a bit. If I’m honest, there’s been nothing to report – inbetween watering my plants and baking sourdough, life has just plodded on. But
Written in paid partnership with Femme Luxe Finding time to relax during lockdown is not easy, especially with two toddlers racing around. It has been intense – not helped by the fact I’m the sort of person that just keeps going and going until I crash and burn – which is never healthy! I’ve learned
Another two weeks of Coronavirus lockdown have flown by in the blink of an eye, so it’s time for the next update. Our days have been as busy as ever, although in the last couple of weeks our daily routine has really started to become monotonous. It feels like we are stuck in a constant
I’d been thinking it’s been a while since I wrote a Lockdown update and I’ve just checked the date and I missed a week! That explains why it felt like a long time since I last wrote – but also it’s a good sign as that means the time has been passing quickly for us.
And just like that, we are onto week two of our lockdown. I’ve officially been inside my house with the girls for 20 days straight and on one hand, the time is passing by so quickly, the girls keep me busy, distracted and exhausted but at the same time, this feels like it’s going on
Ok, so this isn’t quite the post I thought I’d be writing today. In this strange, surreal and worrying time amid a global Coronavirus pandemic I feel like all I want to turn to what I do best in a bad situation and write. It always seems to soothe and calm my soul, plus this