My name is Kay
and I’m a stay at home mum
and, as of late, a blogger.
You never would have guessed 🙂
Me and the Blog
For a long time now I have been thinking about writing something, be it a personal diary, a novel or short story, and the only thing I did write were shopping lists. As I was scouring the wast horizons of Internet for solutions to my problems I realized that the answers to my questions were to be found in blogs. (What do you think? Could I make it as a fiction writer?) This inspired me to start my own blog and share with all of you the obstacles and entanglements I encounter in my everyday life. This way we can help each other. I can help you find the answers you are looking for and you can help me stay on my path.
My education background is in the field of IT, E-commerce to be more precise, but I never worked in that field. The last couple of years, before becoming a full-time mum, I worked as an office administrator and bookkeeper. These are professions where organization is the key. As you know keys have a habit of getting misplaced and if you read my very first post you will see that I seem to have misplaced this particular one. I hope that you will follow me on my quest for the lost key and that I can at least inspire you to start looking for any keys you might have misplaced, if not help you find them.
You might have noticed that I am breaking one of the major rules of About pages. I still haven’t given you my location. This is not an oversight. All I’ll say is I was born and live in Europe. I want to keep my story as international as possible so that it can potentially reach and inspire mothers around the world.
My family counts three. I am a mother of a one year old boy and a wife to a wonderful man to whom I have been married for four and a half years.
Two years ago we left the “big city” and moved into our very own small apartment, some would even call it tiny, in a small town located right next to the country capital. This enables us to enjoy both the peaceful small town way of life and all the big town amenities.