A year in review is a perfect excuse to write here. It has been far too long! The thing I’m most proud of is that I ran 335 miles in 2016. My first pair of running shoes have been run to the ground. I feel like I can call myself a runner now. My five
This blog post was written whilst my daughter had her afternoon nap. Typical! I often get asked how I do what I do, cause god, it must be hard unschooling with 4 kids. I’m pretty sure my husband doesn’t get asked that so much, infact I wrote about how I do what I do last year.
I’m a quiet kinda woman. I love doing stuff that helps others thrive. I hide away doing important bits of work that then allow me to observe the joy and successes of others. I thrive on seeing others benefit from my work. I am introverted in the real world. Yet online I feel like I
I’ve been thinking about selfies, zombies and mobile phones recently. And I keep meaning to write about the connection of these three things. The reason being is I keep seeing attacks on how stupid we are often are for taking selfies and acting like zombies with our phones. There are many articles out there that
Most text books say businesses exist to make profit. I disagree and feel this is an excuse to be selfish. People separate themselves as humans when they hide behind a business entity. They feel it is ok to do certain things because they stay within business and tax laws. As my ideas around business mature,
It’s December. Things are ramping down for many people and I feel like the only one who will be kicking some butt this December. It’s been a crazy year for me. I can only describe it as nuts. Almost like I haven’t been able to breathe, until now. Just over year ago I was pregnant with
My family, the Instagram version. The original had me in at the bottom, but it won’t fit with Instagram. A photo posted by Rosie Sherry (@rosiesherry) on Jul 18, 2015 at 9:02am PDT This is my family. That’s my husband at the back. I use to help him with his business. Now he helps me
Lots of people ask how I do things, So I thought I’d write about a random day of mine from last week. This is how Rosie survives runs things. It’s 7am and it’s bit of a hard start to the day. I’ve punished myself by working until the early hours (1am) whilst Eloise (1o weeks
There’s a local greengrocers and butchers that I am always thankful exists. It may seem like a strange or insignificant thing, however, as someone who aims to avoid the big supermarkets as much as possible, they really help me achieve and make it a heck of a lot easier to achieve some of my goals.
I saw this post on my favourite Facebook pages ever. It struck a chord with me because I’m pursuing an unstructured life. I often think about what drives me to do the work I do. Once upon a time I use to think it was ‘being successful’. Like the ability or potential to run a