Two years to the date after our gorgeous wedding saw the London launch of my first book, Happily Ever After for Grown-Ups: A Non-Fairytale, Post-Wedding, Blues-Busting Guide for Newlyweds – and I’m thrilled to bits (thanks for being here for … Continue reading
Just a quick update… I had an exciting Saturday morning delivery today: I received the final proof copy of Happily Ever After for Grown-Ups. So, the finish line isn’t too far away. Thanks so much for the support along the … Continue reading
True to my word (never let it be said otherwise!) I’m thrilled to report that I have written and completed my first edit of my upcoming book “Happily Ever After for Grown Ups: A Non-Fairytale, Post Wedding Blues Busting Guide … Continue reading
The short extract below is a taste of chapter 6 of my upcoming book “Happily Ever After for Grown Ups”. I am SOOOO excited to share that I am on track to finish the manuscript, do another edit and send … Continue reading
The Greatest Show on Earth has come to an end. I admit that as a proud Londoner, I may be slightly biased — but personal bias aside; it seems that London’s Olympics have been a resounding worldwide hit. London is … Continue reading
While we often hear about the “7-Year Itch”, it is often said that the first year of marriage is the hardest. Whether or not you agree with that point from your experience, the vast numbers of couples that get divorced … Continue reading
It may be an age thing, but I swear that years are getting shorter and shorter as time goes on. 2011 for me was a phenomenal, life-changing year where I married the love of my life. Our already amazing … Continue reading
An open letter to potential interviewees!
Ladies and gents,
In a bid to help banish the post wedding blues for newlyweds, I am writing a coaching book on post wedding motivation and am interviewing newlyweds, marrieds, plan to be marrieds and wedding experts from all over the world as part of the process.
We can all look up the dictionary definition, but in these modern times – I am interested in your response to the question “What does marriage mean to you?” and if interested in being more involved I’ll give you a call and email you the whole questionnaire.
Please note that you don’t need to be familiar with the post wedding blues / slump concept to be involved as I am looking for a wide range of experiences and perspectives.
Would be AMAZING if you were up for participating… and maybe circulating this to interested friends?
Contact me here or on postweddingmotivation [at] gmail.com
Looking forward to hearing from you!
All the best