When you hear the word ‘cobweb’ I bet you think of old houses, dusty light fittings and out-of-reach spiders in the corners of your room. Luckily, I am talking about the cobwebs in your mind not in your house.
Taking time to reflect on the past 12 months might sound a bit woo-woo to the average busy mum, but Heidi Scrimgeour reckons you’ll be glad you did.
My daughter likes to hold wriggling worms in her bare hands. I writhe inside, struggling with my own biophobia, a term to describe a fear of the outdoors, the biological, the natural. Soil, bugs, spiders, all that.