Another slow start to the day today. I was on a mission to go back and visit a village, my partner and I used...
The message from this week's grief news is simple: Grief is not a mental illness! It's important for people to know that and here's why:
Not talking about grief doesn't make it go away. It makes it worse. Here are 5 places where you can talk about grief without feeling judged and/or embraced.
Do you blame your willpower for the lack of results and general progress with things in your life? It turns out that you are in control of it and I am going to show you how to find the willpower to achieve your goals.
Grief is a way of living and a lifestyle. Lost Peony is the grief lifestyle blog which shows you how to resume life after the death of a loved one.
Let me tell you about the only New Year’s Resolution I made and why:
2016 was quite the year for me. It was the second year of grieving the death of my partner. An anniversary which I expected to go better than the first one, except it didn't.
I am not obsessed with exercising but I like the positive effect it has on my body and mind. Here is how exercising changes your life for the better:
The minute you ask yourself whether or not you are attracting the wrong people in your life, it’s time to act and make some changes.
It took me a long time to realise that perfection doesn’t exist regardless of how hard I tried. It took me even longer to realise that it is much better to strive for progress, not for perfection.
It turns out that Sarlat is a place I have never visited before. So, here's my first-time visitor to Sarlat guide plus tips and advice, based on my recent visit. Read, plan and go to Sarlat! It's too beautiful to miss.
Me, my grief and I - a frank and honest grief memoir, which takes you on a three-year journey through life in the aftermath of losing a long-term partner.
Photobombing tourists, SatNav failure and trying to escape the rain on my first Instagram mission. But first - room service breakfast in bed with lots of coffee.
The Loire Valley in France is famous for being the valley of the thousand chateaux but not everyone has the time (and can afford) to visit all of them. here is a list of the The Top 3 châteaux in the Loire Valley you should visit.
An updated travel guide to Claud Monet's house and gardens in Giverny, France based on my recent visit, complete with tips and beautiful photographs to inspire you and help you plan your visit.
Today is going to be an uneventful day because I am leaving Amboise and driving to Brantôme for the next leg of my road...
Read this if you wonder what it's like to stay as a guest at a "proper" French Chartreuse. An honest review of my stay at La Chartreuse du Bignac as a paying guest.