Happy International Women’s Day 2020! I want to share with you all a list of the most important women in my life, and the ways in which they continually inspire me. … More 5 Women Who Inspire Me
Hey there, and welcome to a slightly sarcastic anxiety masterclass that’s cleverly titled: What Not To Say To Someone With Anxiety. In this post I want to talk you through some of the worst possible things you could say to someone who has anxiety (especially if they’re in the middle of a panic attack because that’s! … More What Not To Say To Someone With Anxiety
Last year I experienced my worst reading slump. I read two books. In twelve months. Not my finest moment but this year my love of reading has returned with renewed enthusiasm and I’ve made my way through 9 books in January alone. Here’s what I thought of them… … More On The Bookshelf: January 2020
Hey guys! It’s been a hot minute since the end of 2019, and now I feel is the time to look back and reflect on my achievements from the past twelve months. A lot of good things happened; I spent two months in a different country, I started singing in public, I got a job … More 2019 Recap
Sharing the wisdom I’ve accumulated so far… … More 18 Things I’ve Learned In 18 Years
If it had been completely down to me, I’ll admit that I most likely wouldn’t have chosen to purchase Memory Maker for our Walt Disney World Florida holiday. It seemed like a costly extra on top of your tickets, just to get some more photos which probably wouldn’t be as good as the ones you … More Disney’s Memory Maker: Is It Worth It?
There’s one thing we’ve all heard: never go shopping in heels. Then there’s one thing that you might have heard if you watch Christmas movies with a cynic: no one carries already wrapped Christmas presents around when they’re shopping. I decided to ignore both of these and go into the city centre with huge wrapped presents and … More Early Christmas Shopping
Earning my title as an Autumnal blogger by doing the most stereotypical thing… … More Pumpkin Picking