I want to post this not as a justification, but as a note to those in the same boat as me that you're not alone and we should be proud of all we've been done and are doing into the future. This morning, I recieved a fair few amount of messages questioning me on something… Continue reading The Medical Mandate
Navigating the world of new releases and working through an already carefully selected reading list longer than your arm span twice over can be difficult. We now have access to a vast range of genres and some people love them all, and some love a select few... I guess I fall into the latter, in… Continue reading How To Find A Book You’re Guaranteed To Love
It's snowing down here in Hampshire today, and it's snowing pretty heavily, too. I made it into work this morning but was lucky to catch my train home (thank you Lush gods for letting me leave early as a precaution!). I also absolutely fought through a blizzard and trekked home on the white carpet left… Continue reading She Keeps Me Warm: A playlist for snow days
Over the years I've done a few favourites posts, subject specific and mixed. They seem to have, each time, gone down a treat, so since the end of 2018 has brought me a tonne of new things, and at that, things I love, I wanted to share the things I'm happily bringing into 2019 with… Continue reading My 2018 favourites I’m carrying into the New Year
I've been wanting and meaning to throw myself back into this blog for a while now, but life got on top of me a little, so I'm throwing myself back in with a bit of a soft post: November in Pictures. I'm going select a picture from every day in November that represents that day… Continue reading November in Pictures.
I would say that for many years, I've been the Pumpkin Spiced Latte queen. I was exposed to coffee a lot earlier than most, and adored the taste from day one... so, of course I one day tried this magical autumnal drink and fell in love. At my local Starbucks from about the age of… Continue reading Cosy cup: Hello Pumpkin Spice (Vegan)
In a world where all looks scare her, eyes meet. There's a flash of technicolour, standing out, in a world usually seen in black and white vision. Illuminated joy seeps through the waves of life; the salt usually blurs even the brightest of stars and crashes on the sandbanks too fast to even gasp for… Continue reading Technicolour (Poetic prose by Lauren Curr)