Life is a fast mover, and there's always something new around the corner, whether we expect it or not. Sometimes, it's overwhelming; sometimes, it's exciting; sometimes, it's both. My life has come with a mix of all three, in recent times especially, and those are things I wanted to share with you. PersonalThe first thing… Continue reading A little life update!
DISCLAIMER: I was gifted this book by the author in exchange for an Amazon review, but have made the decision to also post the review on my blog, though this was not a contractual requirement, as I enjoyed the novel. Reader, I Married Me! "A feel-good read for anyone in need of a boost!"Sophie Tanner’s… Continue reading Review: ‘Reader, I Married Me’ by Sophie Tanner.
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
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.
October 4th. Today is National Poetry Day. Typically, on this day, I post a poem of my own in celebration, but since I posted one yesterday and have a growing passion for reading poetry again (helped along by studying English Literature), and that's how I've spent my day, I wanted to share some of my… Continue reading In Celebration: My favourite poets (for National Poetry Day)
For 3 years straight I've done Blogmas, and I loved being able to post every day, but... if you know me, you'll know my season is autumn over winter, any day. So, this year, I'm taking Blogmas on a more suited whirl and choosing to partake in Blogtober, instead! I've also been fairly quiet so… Continue reading Blogtober First: A re-introduction to Stories Can Make Us Fly!
The world of dramatherapy is not something I've ever found myself delving into, be it as a reader or a patient myself. When I heard of 'Before You Let the Sun In (and other dramatherapeutic stories)' I was automatically itrigued. Would it be fiction? A biography? How was I going to be gripped into a… Continue reading Before You Let The Sun In: Intimate Dramatherapy shared with the world (Ian Robertson and Katerina Courocli-Robertson).
I first heard about ‘Learning To Love The Girl In The Mirror’ a while before I was approached about joining the blog tour. As soon as I saw it, I knew that it would be a book I was going to pick up as soon as I got my hands on it. I don’t know… Continue reading Learning To Love The Girl In The Mirror – Helena Grace Donald (BLOG TOUR)
Celebrating International Women’s Day is about celebrating ALL women. If you don’t include trans women, disabled women, BAME women, sex workers, immigrant women and any intersection of self-identifying women/non-binary or fluid folx in your celebrations, that is NOT celebrating women. https://twitter.com/laurbethany/status/971691991905067008?s=21 Today, I want to thank ALL the women in my life. Whether they’ve given… Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day
A poem based on Daily Post’s prompt ‘candid’, centric around my own personal feelings about candid photographs