Inspired Travels: A Post from A Reader

To find out more about the 60 Postcards journey so far, you can read a summary here. The Tribute Collective, which launches in November (initially to readers of this blog), is all about inviting people to join a unique, collaborative group – a chorus of voices – who use words and stories to remember and celebrate loved ones. Sarah’sContinue reading “Inspired Travels: A Post from A Reader”

Grief: Let’s be Honest…

 (To find out more about the 60 Postcards journey so far, you can read a summary here.) “We don’t want to overpromise – we want to be honest”, she said. That comment was made just a few days ago during a conversation with someone I am currently working with. I first heard from this lady by email. SheContinue reading “Grief: Let’s be Honest…”

Introducing…The Tribute Collective

To find out more about the 60 Postcards journey so far, you can read a summary here. I feel like I am forever apologising for being a bit quiet lately. Sorry again. I just wanted to reassure readers that my spark for 60 Postcards has not faded. Far from it. As I have explained many a time, itContinue reading “Introducing…The Tribute Collective”

Mother’s Day: With or Without Her

To find out more about the 60 Postcards journey so far, you can read a summary here. Sunday 15th March is almost here and Mother’s Day marketing fills the shop windows, dominates articles online and generally smacks the motherless amongst us in the face with every single mention. It is a day that is tainted for me sinceContinue reading “Mother’s Day: With or Without Her”

A Heartfelt Note for Rose on the Brooklyn Bridge

This blog began as a way to document my personal tribute to my mum. To celebrate what would have been her 60th birthday, I scattered 60 handwritten postcards around Paris in her memory and I wrote my email address on them in case anyone was to find one. (You can read more in my Glamour article here.) Since then,Continue reading “A Heartfelt Note for Rose on the Brooklyn Bridge”