You’ve had more than enough driving tuition, your instructor is confident in you, and you feel that you can handle anything on the road. That is until you think about the idea of driving in front of an examiner. There’s something about the driving test that’s seriously unnerving; even if you’ve been calm behind the
February half term is here and you’re scrambling for cheap activity ideas for the whole family. Luckily for you, there are tons of great affordable holiday spots that will keep you and your little ones interested. Here are four great affordable family holiday ideas for this half term. Walking in The Lake District Taking a
The post “The Poised Girl’s Guide To Mental Health” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. This post may be the most difficult one I’ve written, which therefore makes it the most important. You may have noticed that my blog has been extremely quiet this autumn. On the surface, I chalked it up to being busy and
This post was originally published on A Wellington Life A few days before the new year, I was lying in bed in the cabin with the Englishman as we pulled thorny twigs from Duke’s long, fluffy winter coat. The fire was the only thing heating the small house that we enjoy on weekends and holidays in the winter.
The post “A Poised Girl’s Guide to Grief” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. Many people (myself included) use poised and composed as interchangeable. Composed women don’t cry unless at a moving art performance. The key to composure is to keep your emotions in check until you are behind closed doors and can express yourself appropriately.
This post was originally published on Sarah Michelle Walsh Do you ever have those delightful “pinch me” moments? Those instances where everything just feels so right and idyllic that it couldn’t possibly be real life? Imagine having that sensation for three days and you’ll begin to understand the happiness I felt on my tiny house vacation to Accomac, Virginia.