Wow what a year 2017 has been! It's been a big year for both of us and next year is promising to be even bigger (as is my rapidly expanding waistline). Having got married and come home from an Italian honeymoon with slightly more than just a mozzarella tummy it's all been quite a whirlwind to say the least! I remember writing this post last year and thinking how quickly our first year of TGUE had gone and yet in the blink of an eye we're here again. The blog has now been going for a year and a half and we're so proud of how far it's come. We've had the opportunity this year to work with some incredible brands, make some fantastic memories and have loved hearing all of your feedback and advice along the way. We can't wait to get stuck in to next year already and share the life changing events that will be heading our way. As a first time mum any help and tips would be gratefully received and hopefully I can inspire some of you guys on ways to dress the bump.
Hope you have a fantastic Christmas and New Year and see you on the other side,
So this years highlights. I actually don’t know where to begin, there’s been so many. Dani’s Wedding, my husband turning 50 or my parents triumphant golden wedding anniversary and jetting them off to New York for the first time. All in all it was a pretty amazing year. One of the biggest achievements for myself was learning to ski in my 40’s. I’m pretty pleased to say I can finally ski at 44! Only took me 5 ski trips (less proud of that). I had to conquer a few fears and let’s face it, throwing yourself down a mountain at 40 was never going to be easy.
So next year is going to be full of travel, starting off with a ski trip to Le Tania and followed by a road trip to france in our new classic car which is a convertible Jaguar XJS (another highlight of this year). Also on the blog I’m hoping to find lots of none surgical anti-ageing treatments and more wonderful skincare and makeup. We’ll also be getting a bit more personal with our experiences with internet dating, yes we are two Tinder marriages! You’ll also find a few blogs about the menopause, that one was a bit of a surprise hitting me at 42. Nearly two years on I can hopefully offer some honest advice about the treatments I’ve tried and managing yourself so you don’t drive your husband and family completely mental!
Other than that I want to say a big thank you for all your support, have a great Christmas and wonderful New Year,