Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 602

Promoting Earth Day

So, I got asked by a fancy PR company in NYC to do some promotion of Earth Day and making the home more green and sustainable for Earth Day on 22 April. Of course, I said ‘yes’!

Thus, today I got up at 430am for the 640am slot at WBAL-TV to promote some super smashing items that you can buy to be more eco-friendly. I’m hot on all this, and loved all the items muchly! The ladies at the TV studio totally dug my British accent and naturally had many questions about my thoughts on the impending royal baby. (FYI, my thoughts are: girl, Charlotte or Alice, on Tuesday. 😉 )

This is the video of the early morning show, bags under the eyes, and all!

I am so tired now, I can’t tell you! Back to bed for me, and then a shower to make use of those lovely organic cotton towels!

Fearless expat women

I’ve also been busy putting my thoughts down on camera for a website that asked me to share my ‘fearless women’ story.  They liked my expat story about trying to live a life that is passionate and slightly off beat. I wanted to share my story about how I have gained freedom and an ability to say yes to life and how that has changed my attitude as an expat Brit in the USA. Enjoy.

There are many fearless women out there, expat or otherwise, and this is for you. And if you yearn to become fearless, I hope it inspires you 🙂

My first PB&J

Today I had my first peanut butter and jelly sandwich.



That’s a fact. And I liked it!

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