About Me

Mrs TeePot to a Tee

Trinity fairy necklaceA lifestyle blog, Mrs TeePot covers topic as wide ranging as mental health, dating, current affairs, diet and expat life.

Mrs TeePot is a tea (though mostly coffee) drinking, chocolate munching, social networking, writer. She is battling various mental health issues, namely depression, anxiety & borderline personality disorder, and now writes to bring attention to the reality of mental illness and help others through similar problems. She is a British expat, currently living in France and often travelling to Spain for those chilly winter months, this allows her to post content on travel, food, culture and the day to day life of these areas.

A lover of clothes, shoes and handbags, Mrs T tries to mix up her style depending on how she feels each day. She’s always on the lookout for new clothes and struggles with the lack of good quality, sensibly priced clothing in her area of France.

P1010986Her Mum is an enthusiastic, home cook and gardener. She is a country bumpkin, horse lover and wine aficionado!

Step-dad is a plane and train geek. He also enjoys gardening, DIY and photography and is an avid reader of real books, despite Mrs T’s attempts to convert him to e-reading!

Additional members of the family include Rupert & Tiger Lily the Bichon Frises, and Mr. Tinks the cat.

The whole family are happy to provide honest, unbiased reviews of products, just email Mrs TeePot on mrsteepot@mrsteepot.com




Tiger Lily

Mr Tinks

6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I like you

  2. Quirky, unusual, sexy and keenly followed on Twitter. What happened to the tragedy with your married french lover?

    And….u dont follow me 🙁


  3. MarkAtBestDad says:

    I’ve always believed that writers can only really connect with an audience by being honest & open. Well, you go a lot further than most and I think that’s hugely admirable. In fact, it more than makes up for the fact that you live in France & Spain – which makes me jealous to a wholly irrational degree…

    • Thank you so much. I do ‘put it all out there’ so to speak, and while it’s risky I do think it’s worth it. I wouldn’t find the therapy I do in writing if I had to censor myself.

  4. We have much in common, mental health-wise. I’m on the borderline, too.

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