If you’re new to the blog, welcome…it’s great to have you on board! I generally publish around three new posts every week, and you’ll find them listed by month on the next page – just to the right of ‘How to Read My Blog’ – or you could just click on the following links…
August & September 2016 *** June &July 2016 *** May 2016 *** April 2016 *** March 2016 *** February 2016 *** January 2016 December 2015 *** November 2015 *** October 2015 *** September 2015 *** August 2015
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If you’re one of the brave souls who decides to go back and read from the beginning, you might find the first few a bit dry…I was brand new at this writing malarkey and didn’t really find my groove until a few posts in!
You’ll hear me refer throughout the blog to The Asshole – for those of you who haven’t read from the early days I should explain. I’m sure you have a little voice in your head that tries to talk you into eating/buying/doing things you shouldn’t, and tries to talk you out of doing things that you should, like exercising for example. It’s also the voice you hear that chips at your confidence when you feel like you’re having a bad hair day or a big bum day…we all have that voice, and I named mine The Asshole. It makes it easier for me to recognise asshole messages, and takes away some of their power. Sometimes.
If you like what you’re reading I’d love it if you’d tell your friends – you’ll find a bunch of social media share buttons available on every one of my blog posts. They say that from small acorns, large oak trees grow, and I’d really appreciate your social media shares so we can build up a community – it’s lovely to have company, the bigger the posse, the more support we all have and that’s got to be good, right?