Walking with the moon

A creative living in the real world…

About February 4, 2013

I’m Hannah.



I’m 30 something and married, with two small children, a house and a book deal.

I find all of these things more surprising on a daily basis than I probably should.

Perhaps because a few years ago I was a 20 something, single drama student sharing a room in the most incredible, overcrowded, damp, dirty and brilliant London ex-council house that any dodgy lettings agent ever managed to flog. Sleeping til lunchtime and free as a bird.

I’m still not quite sure what happened…

I’m a restless creative who would love to be a domestic goddess, baking genius, supermummy and glorious homemaker. While taking over the artistic, theatrical and literary worlds. At the same time as fending off depression. Again. It’s a little hectic.

This blog is (in my time-honoured tradition) an attempt to do too many things at once: record the precious moments in our little family’s life through the fog of sleep-deprivation; give me chance to exercise my creativity in the midst of my dinosaur-fighting, Cbeebies-filled world of endless laundry; and, hopefully, to help me figure out who I am now that I’m not what I was before.

Hopefully it will also be an honest wander through depression and recovery. If you have no idea what it’s like, maybe you’ll get a little insight. And if you do, it’s always good to have one more hand to hold.

So join us on our little adventure…who knows – it could be fun. And rumour has it, it’s cheaper than therapy.



2 Responses to “About”

  1. iHijinx Says:

    Happy to hold your hand Hannah. It does get better.

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