I want to make something incredibly clear. When I am perceived to be doing well at something, whether it's a new business venture, or publishing my own books... do not feel jealous. I do well in projects when I am struggling the most with my mental health. I don't know why, but it's true! I … Continue reading Update: Life is Bittersweet.
Do you remember my NaNoWriMo diary? I tried - and failed - to write every day about my experience writing a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. I can't believe that here we are, less than three months later. I've published Love Me, Crazy Which has garnered a flurry of excitement and positive … Continue reading Love Me, Sweetie by Laura Burton
They say "It ain't easy being green," well being pink isn't exactly a walk in the park, either.
It's another over-share from Laura about going to the gym. Just what you love to read.
I’m going to begin this post with a funny – but true – story. In the past year, I attempted to call my GP and make an appointment regarding some troubling symptoms. One of those symptoms was poor memory. I was forgetting things like; what I said two minutes ago, what I walked upstairs for, … Continue reading I Tried Medichecks and This is What Happened
There’s more to beauty than you think
I have a confession to make: I hate maths. Probably not the best start to this blog post, but hey it's the truth. In Primary school, I was pretty good at maths. Actually, I have an old VCR Video of my five-year-old self proudly stating that maths was my favourite subject. So what happened, that … Continue reading How To Help Your Child With Maths Anxiety using Matr
Finding something (that Works!) to help you fight depression is like finding a needle in a haystack. This is that needle.
This one is written for Lucie. 💝 Ok folks, this is it. This is the post I’ve been trying to write - and equally trying to avoid writing - for months. I know it’s one that will be controversial, eye-opening and inevitably stir up conversation. You won’t like everything I have to share, … Continue reading I am proud to be Autistic
As everyone is currently frantically shopping for Christmas, I thought I'd share two of my most-embarrassing and hilarious Christmas shopping experiences! Enjoy! They are true stories to make you cry - with laughter! If you follow me on Facebook, you may remember this post I wrote up last year involving a trip to Asda and … Continue reading True Stories to make you cry – with laughter!