When you have 37 years of eating everything sweet you can find under your belt (and currently over my belt, but I’m working on that) it can be hard to be excited about a new product. Having eating awesome puddings all over the world I find it hard to find things that can compete but […]
Saturday (3rd September) was the latest and possibly greatest of the conferences known as Think Visibility. I was once again able to head up a contingent from Epiphany consisting of the one and only Paul Martin (@pg_martin) as well as ThinkVis virgins Scott Malthouse and Jodie McDonnell. ***BREAKING NEWS*** Richard Lawrence (@richlawre) was also there! […]
Did you honestly think I wouldn’t find something daft to do with a Think Visibility Lego man (and woman) Stay tuned Diddy Dom fans, for more wacky Dom doings and inappropriate language from Heather.
If there is one thing I make no attempt to hide, it is the fact I <3 Starwars so of course some of my obsession enjoyment is bound to rub off on Noah. So when I came across the latest Volkswagen Ad featuring a small boy (it must be a boy) via Tom at work, […]
OK, so firstly this post isn’t going to make any sense if you haven’t read http://www.beingadad.co.uk/random-rants/good-rants/think-visibility-20-creme-eggs-and-my-birthday/ We left me returning to bed after some sort of random sugar induced stroke. It’s 6.30am and Noah is officially awake. I’m actually feeling pretty good, a bit headachy but pretty good so I go down and watch cartoons with […]
OMG I have just about recovered from what could possibly be one of the best weekends of my life. Yes I should probably be dead but Jebus it was fun. So, let me take you back to March 4th 2011… I had lots of ideas for a title for this post which I have listed […]
When we were young (longer ago for me than most), Valentines Day was all about flash gestures and expensive presents with the aim of wooing our next or current victim partner. When kids come along it becomes more of an ‘Oh sh*t it’s Valentines Day. What the hell can I get for a 10er?’ experience […]