In the UK, today is Mother's Day! Here's a little look at how my family celebrated... When Sinéad and I were kids we LOVED to host pretend dinners. We had a pretend kitchen and pretend food and we created menus and served guests at a pretend restaurant. In the summer we would move our restaurant outside and… Continue reading Preparing a Mother’s Day Meal!
This month, my new year's resolution to move into a new flat has been achieved! This means March was full of all the boring stuff like getting a TV license, setting up the internet, buying all the basics like bin liners, toilet paper, and sponges (seriously, that list just got longer as the month went… Continue reading New Home Haul
Last week I read and reviewed Kith and Kin by self-published author Sophie Bowns. Sophie was kind enough to take some time to answer some questions for me. Here's what she had to say... 1) When did you decide you wanted to be a writer? I have always loved creative writing. When I was younger,… Continue reading An interview with self-published author Sophie Bowns
February was a weird month. I had so much time off work, I spent 3 weeks looking after my dad's house and pets whilst he went to Australia, my younger brother spent some time in the hospital, and I am now moving house! But here are a few of the things that made me smile this… Continue reading Things That Made Me Smile This Month | February 2017
I received a free copy of Kith and Kin in return for an honest review. Book: Kith and Kin Author: Sophie Bowns Pages: 264 Genre: Drama / Period Drama Age Recommendation: 12+ Published:11/09/2016 Amazon Goodreads ★★★★ Set during the Industrial Revolution, Kith and Kin is very different to the fantasy novels I so often find myself engrossed in.… Continue reading Kith and Kin by Sophie Bowns
Before I started my bullet journal I thought the form was too fixed for me but the more time I spent scrolling through Pinterest, the more I realised just how much creative freedom you can have with a notebook / journal. You can play around with ideas and see what works for you! I sat down and wrote… Continue reading 55 Things to Track in Your Bullet Journal
When it comes to my blog, my ideas come to me late at night or when I am out of the house. This means my ideas are usually in lots of different places at once. Usually, my notes are scribbled across old notebooks in the box under my bed or saved as a draft text… Continue reading A Look Inside My Bullet Journal
For months, I have seen bullet journals all over the Internet. Everywhere I look there is washi tape, beautiful notebooks, colourful keys and lives being organised into diagrams, charts, and monthly spreads. It has always seemed like the perfect way to practice mindfulness, improve organisation and increase productivity. This year I decided to get creative and… Continue reading My Favourite Bullet Journal Supplies
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, I decided to get in the spirit and bake some Valentine's Day biscuits! So today, I put on the movie 'Valentine's Day' and got baking! I decided to make chocolate biscuits using the same, simple recipe I used to make Halloween biscuits back in October. Tanya Burr's recipe makes… Continue reading Baking Valentine’s Day Biscuits!
This week I finally decided to spend my Paperchase gift card that I received for Christmas from my grandparents. I mostly bought sign pens in every colour but I also bought a little Book Journal for just £8 and I had to share it with you! The perfect companion for any book lover, this little journal is a great way… Continue reading Review: Paperchase’s Book Journal