Hey there, my name’s Fiona Sarah
or Fi if you prefer and I’m the blondie behind this blog you’re perusing. In a nutshell, I’m a Mum of two, a step mum of two more and a wifey-to-be.
I started writing this blog with a bit of a midnight rant about how, actually, breast feeding isn’t all that easy – in fact here’s 5 reasons why it totally sucked. Somehow a rather popular parenting website grabbed a-hold of that post and it went down a treat… *ahem*. And a blog was born. With an utterly horrendous layout and free WordPress theme, but a blog nonetheless.
I like to think of a blog as a window into someone else’s life
(mainly because I am extremely nosey) and that’s exactly what this blog is. You’re getting a hefty dose of the inner workings of my mind good and bad, you’re getting all my musings on motherhood and work second time round and you’re getting an inside look at my makeup bag, wardrobe and contents of my stomach (ie what I’m eating…) I also chat about lots of things like cleaning and organising before questioning my life choices and quickly trying to work out how to use Snapchat.
Seriously though, motherhood can be super lonely,
or at least I think so anyway and really, that is how A Mum Track Mind was born – as a way to connect with other mum’s, to chat about the things that matter and laugh about the things that don’t and as it happens, to meet some incredibly brilliant, funny, talented and kind women who have become my motherhood village.
I’ve detoured from time to time, most notably with veganism (something new for me) but essentially at the core of this blog is just me,
a 30-something mama, trying to hold her shit together and maintain an essence of herself
If you care then this blog is award winning (hurrah!) and award-losing (I have the extra gracious loser face down pat) but whilst these things are lush and exciting, the blog remains a place to share and connect with other sleep deprived mothers.
So drop me a line, visit me on social channels and say hi. It’s always lovely to hear from someone who has bothered to read my ramblings or watch my YouTube channel. Yes, even you Mum 😉