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Part of me doesn’t want to use that cliché – you know that one everyone uses about turning 40, but in some ways it fits. It feels like a chance to draw a line in the sand and put a starter marker down for something new. I’m always keen on an opportunity for reflection and resolutions.
Looking back, my 30s were the decade when I truly grew up. I experienced the joy of being a mummy to three girls but also had to deal with the grief of losing my mum and my father in law too soon. There were years wasted on mistakes and regrets but also an acceptance that the past can’t be changed but the future can be different.
So, this is me at 40 finding confidence and trying to be the best version of me I can be both inwardly and outwardly. Navigating my way through being a wife, a mum and role model to our three girls at the same time as being kind to myself. Who knows what the next decade will bring but I’m looking forward to seeing where the journey takes me.