The dictionary definition of Imposter Syndrome is the persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one's own efforts or skills. So, just to be clear, this isn't about being afraid to do stuff due to self-doubt, or putting things off thinking you're not good... Continue Reading →
100 things: a list
I was going to start this out by saying that things aren't that important to me. But, in the same week as I've been carrying stuff from my mother's home in through the door to our small apartment, and have spied Himself's evident horror at the clutter potential, I'm not sure I can authentically claim... Continue Reading →
OK, so I'm guessing you're looking at the title of this blog and wondering when I lost my marbles - but stick with me 🙂 Back when I attended an AA meeting as the partner of a recovering alcoholic, the first thing I noticed was the large gathering of smokers on the doorstep. Being a... Continue Reading →
When they stop adoring you….
The recent period of mourning for HM The Queen created a situation where #TheQueue not only merited a hashtag of it's own, but news reports a-plenty. One unexpected outcome was that a couple of popular TV presenters were pilloried for jumping the queue - and in the UK, there is no greater sin. Especially, when... Continue Reading →