I would do pretty much anything to preserve my children's happiness.
Getting a puppy was one of the best decisions I ever made.
|Natalie Portman in Teen Vogue|
My hair is really going grey and I really don't like it.
The pangs I get when I miss my oldest and dearest friends are common to us all; life got busy and we got less time together. It's a sad fact.
I do care what others think of me.
It's OK that I spend a lot of time thinking about my outfits.
That time I first felt a wave of pain in my jaw, I so should have seen a Physiotherapist and not a dentist. Or a doctor. Or a consultant.
A strong marriage is one where you are not both competing to be the one working the hardest. It's not a contest.
There is only so much housework I can do; there is more to life than laundry.
I heart the 1980's in the way my parents hearted the 1960's.
|Ohhhh Rob Lowe...80's heart throb|
Relinquishing control of my influence over my child's future is exceptionally hard. (As in: I can't sit the exam for her)
In order to be truly physically fit, to the extent that you are your optimum weight and are thoroughly toned, requires daily training. Three times a week actually doesn't do it...unbelievable, but true.
In most matters, what goes around comes around.
Good writing still has the capacity to take my breath away; just like it did when I was 13 and started studying literature.
It really was a mistake to get rid of that fur-collared, wool coat I had at University. Same goes for that perfect pleated skirt that formed my burgeoning 'work wardrobe'. Not to mention that vintage red Mulberry clutch. Ditto those perfectly faded Levi 501s.
Tell me...what is your latest life lesson?