Brexit’d Out

I’m sure all Miss W’s readers are well-informed citizens and are up to date with what happened on the 24th of June, (oh fateful day) in the UK. If you live in a cave and have not heard what happened, please go here and inform yourself. Although I was quietly optimistic that the UK would be … More Brexit’d Out

Thinking

One of the things I’ve been thinking about in the last few weeks is how many people’s lives can easily become monotonous and lose excitement and adventure, and one day they wake up and boom, that’s it, they’re old, and their life has passed them by, with a series of grey days each looking like … More Thinking

Moments

So, yes, I am in the middle of writing a blog post about Romania, and I have recently been to Rome too, so due a blog post on that, but I just wanted to tell you lovely people about a moment I just had.  As some of you will know, I work at a pretty … More Moments

Apology to Miss W

Lately I haven’t been writing much at all, and Miss W has been feeling a bit abandoned. I’ve been treating her like a lover who stops answering calls when you don’t slot conveniently into his life. I hate that I have become too busy for Miss W, so I would like to apologise to her … More Apology to Miss W

Natural

At the moment on my commute I am listening to the audio book of Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Today I heard a section that really struck me. She was talking about a concept of reclamation, of going back to nature, to a woman’s natural way of being. She talks about … More Natural