During the course of any conversation with me you can expect to hear the sentence ‘I once read that…’ at least three times. If I’m reading a particularly interesting book this may increase to somewhere north of 10 times pch (per conversation hour). In between parenting, working, dating, writing and auditioning for First Dates, I … More How About a Hot Mug of ‘Man Up’ Son? – On Being a Man in 2016
When is enough enough? As Sam Allardyce flies off somewhere nice to reflect on the circumstances and decisions that led to the loss of his ‘dream job’ the rest of us less fortunates are left wondering what it was about the top job in English football and a £3 million per year salary that wasn’t … More Show Me the Money!!! Big Sam’s Big Mistake
A few months ago I embarked upon ‘The Ultimate Style & Dating Fix’ as a willing guinea pig for TranslateHer (https://lovelaughtertruthblog.com/2016/07/18/take-me-down-to-the-paradise-city-stepping-up-my-dating-game/). Well, Paula’s work with me is done, soooooo, how did I do? Has this raw material been transformed as if by alchemy into dating gold? People, read on…. I really didn’t know what to … More The Ultimate Style & Dating Fix Part 3: Back in the Game
Sometimes life sucks. Last week I found out that a former colleague and good friend, Af, has cancer. He is 29. He also happens to be just about the funniest, most inspirational person I’ve ever known. Many – including me – talk about the need to grab life by the scruff of the neck, to … More You Got This! – Af vs The Big C
New mail: Evangeline sent you a private message: “I love casual dating, quickies in the park and pool sex . I’m not too picky about guys so just message me and let’s have some fun!” Finally the crucial ingredient, the X Factor that I’ve been searching for, arrives via my inbox. “I’m not too picky … More Too Good to be True?
Over the last few months a sense of freedom and spontaneity has grown within me that has led to me finally embracing being single, seeing it as an opportunity to experience life in a new way and to thrive on spontaneity rather than yearn for stability. This is a significant change for me and, as … More Pieces of Me You’ve Never Seen
“Hello? Hello?” Silence echoes; the heavy atmosphere hums persistently, no movement or sounds to disturb the stillness. “Can you hear me?” Questions cast out into a sea of endless answers, an empty net returned. “Can you see me?” Does your mind’s eye hold my image? Is it sharp, clear, or does it blur around the … More Exit Stage Left