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Graham always says that if we lose everything, as long as we have each other, our health, and a caravan – plus a tin of beans – we'll be fine. Sometimes I think that we'd be even happier living life like that. Some are better at being employees and others are better as employers. If you look at a child of five, you'd probably be able to pick out their type. My skills are energy, drive and a pretty good work ethic.
But most people who set businesses up aren't necessarily very good at running them, and I'm one of them.
We don't do official date nights, but we go out for dinner as often as we can.
In terms of making things work with four children, our Holy Grail is organisation and order. I'm always looking for systems and ways to put things into their slots.
I'm quite good at making threats but less good at carrying them out. But I think understanding that and accepting it is a really important life skill. I'm really impressed by their levels of empathy and I have every confidence that they'll grow up as people who really understand women. I'm amazed and impressed by women who have managed to really forge a career that wasn't massively affected by having a family, but I haven't.
And, as a result, I'm permanently slightly frustrated with myself for not doing other things.
Eighteen months ago, our company Tepilo was a place to sell your house online – and we weren't making any money from it.
Then we realised that people wanted help and advice to sell their property and that they were willing to pay for it.
I have as many friends who are men as women and I've never thought, 'I need to see my girlfriends'. We have a lot of friends who are couples and some who are single, but they are men and women and I don't differentiate.It's over 10 years old now and there's a whole generation of MSF babies out there, which is amazing. Enjoying each other's company helps and he gives me the confidence to do a lot of different things.It's such a great community and it's all about helping friends and changing lives. He has amazing attention to detail, which is a great relief because I don't! Working together has made the relationship stronger.I just hope I don't end up using it as an expensive clothes hanger. I find it a terrible waste of time and, in my mind, it's a necessary evil, which I do online as much as I can because it's quicker.
If I do have to go to a shop, I find it so frustrating thinking of the things I could be doing instead, even if that is just sitting in the garden.
We changed the business model and completely relaunched, turning into an estate agent, and now it's doing really well.