This is in response to some news articles that have shamed me and labelled me a reckless mother. (Scroll to bottom for news links) Last Friday a nosey onlooker looking to make a bit of extra money on a non news worthy topic took a photo of a mother and baby enjoying the great outdoors.
I often think about my decision to make someone else the ‘CEO’ as Ministry of Testing. And as anyone would, they would look for stories about others doing the same. I love the Indie Hackers community and was listening to this podcast with Max Lytvyn from Grammarly. In it he discusses his reason for him and
With all the privacy stuff going around, I thought it would be a good time for me to start making more effort into investing into my own social network of Rosie. Social network of Rosie means my websites. If you ever need to reach out, you can be sure to find me here on rosiesherry.com
Last week we hosted an epic TestBash Brighton. For me it was followed by some Team MoT social and planning sessions. I’m only just able to start recovering somewhat from the whole experience. Yes, I get exhausted from it all too. I’m still scratching my head at how I, being so introverted, ended up running
I realised, a couple of years ago, as my little company grew a certain amount of structure, process and communication was important for it to survive. Not too much. Not too little. But just the right amount. About 18 months ago I wrote an email to Derek, just saying hi and talking about my current
The world is pretty obsessed these days with goals, targets, productivity and what not. We create things to do and achieve, by specific times or restrictions. And then stress out if we can’t achieve them. I generally don’t do goals. Lacking goals does not mean I don’t have ambition or drive to do things. Those
All has been quiet here on Rosie Land as I try to get my life in some kind of order. Who am I kidding, right? 5 kids, what chance have I got? Yeah, it’ll probably never happen as I always seem to be chasing my tail, but nothing like giving birth to a child to
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