Living with high functioning depression

I’ve seen a couple of posts about high functioning depression lately, and wanted to give you my spin on living with the ups and downs of the condition. High functioning depression, sometimes referred to as dysthymia, is generally characterised as someone who suffers from the typical elements of depression, but doesn’t necessarily display these characteristics…

Carpark Battles: Parent and Child Spaces

Before I start cracking on about parent and child spaces, I want you to have a little think about car parks in general. In every car park (at least I hope so), you’ll find at least one disabled parking space. I want you to think about those spaces. Where are they located? Generally, near the…

Tenacious Toddlers & Broken Bones

Two weeks ago, I broke my wrist. Long story short, one minute I was standing, the next I wasn’t. I had been away at a work conference, so had already been missing my baba for 3 days. A trip to the emergency room ensued, followed by surgery 12 hours later. Now, I’m in a temporary cast,…