It’s two years now since I had my hair dyed. It was October 2016 when I last had my roots coloured, and I look at past photos (here’s one taken a few years ago) and I think, gosh, that was a bit yellow and artificial. Not that I thought that at
Hello everyone I thought I’d give you some snippets about this and that and items that have interested me these past few days. My eye is nearly back to normal. Here I am once again in the gym getting ready for Pilates. Yup, I’ve got a hole in my tights!
See the title? I could also be saying, who am I? Wow – that’s a big question, but I’m feeling somewhat discombobulated (I love that word) at the moment. We’ve just returned to our flat, after a week away. But not quite. Our bathroom is a plaster shell and we
Hey, I went to Pride last Saturday and stood in the heat and watched the Parade. The above pic was taken during the week on a quiet day in a back street, therefore, no crowds unlike Saturday. But, so proud of Pride and Brighton – it’s why I moved to
This post is written to encourage all of you who’ve been thinking about taking up some exercise but are still at that thinking stage – I’ve been there and done that! It’s also written to show you that we’re all human and that often we dither and are unsure about what’s
Up to London again, this time to the Mole Clinic for my annual skin check. Link here for details. I like the thoroughness of the examination and the time given to looking at every part of your body except your scalp. And a big hooray as nothing found, which is
Had another birthday recently – 72 now. I asked myself how did that happen! Well, it’s just something you cannot escape. The years roll by and there you are – you’re over 70! I do think turning 70 is crunch time. Listen, when I reached my 60s I felt absolutely
This blog has always been more than just the charity shop shopping and the clothes I wear. It’s also about women and ageing, and how we can age well and all the positive things we can do to be healthy and (yes, I like this word) comfortable as we age.
Have you read anything by the author Barbara Ehrenreich? I hadn’t, but apparently she’s a radical sceptic and free-thinker and she’s just about to publish a book here in the UK called Natural Causes: Life, Death and the Illusion of Control. And I’m about to do the very worst thing