Monthly Archives: March 2012

Five tips to keep your home tidy

There’s nothing worse that coming back to an untidy home.  It nags you, it drains you, it irritates you, it reminds you of how useless you feel.   It’s easy to get into bad habits but the good news is that … Continue reading

Posted in Tips | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

Theatre review: One Man, Two Guvnors

 Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London – 21st March 2012 I overlooked this play when it was at the National, then I started reading fantastic reviews when it transferred.  James Corden was tweeting about his role in it, Stephen Fry (I think) … Continue reading

Posted in Theatre | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Puttin’ on the Ritz!

The first item on my 50@50 list is tea at the Ritz.  It’s renowned as an indulgent experience so it seems the perfect way to kick off the fun. I always have a slight worry about doing something like this … Continue reading

Posted in Fun at 50 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Film review: The Artist

Could I really enjoy a black-and-white silent movie?  It was a toss-up yesterday between The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and The Artist.  We both favoured the former, the latter feeling like a bit of a duty in view of its … Continue reading

Posted in Film | Tagged , | 1 Comment

And we’ll have fun, fun, fun

If, like me, you feel that you never have enough time to do the things you want to do, you could be wrong! Another week has just passed with the same old cycle of activities: work,  work, housework, cooking, dance, … Continue reading

Posted in Life thoughts | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Theatre review: The Pitmen Painters

Written by Lee Hall and performed at the Duchess Theatre, London, on 25th February 2012. If I’d known exactly what this play was about I doubt I would have gone to see it so I’m really glad that I hadn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Theatre | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment