Top Books of 2018

I've kept a list of (most) of the books I've read this year because it's always nice to look back at the stories you've got lost in and the ones you couldn't put down, even the ones I didn't enjoy so much. This year I've delved more into non-fiction mostly from the influence of my … Continue reading Top Books of 2018

November Favourites

How quickly have the last few months flown by? I'm sure I mentioned this in my previous favourites blog post, didn't I! I'm not feeling my usual Christmassy self this December, and I've been a little lacklustre with the blogging recently so hopefully I'll perk up soon. There are quite a variety of 'favourites' from … Continue reading November Favourites

Time for Self Care

I've seen a quote floating around recently that says "self care is not selfish" and I definitely needed that reassurance. For someone who is admittedly way too hard on themselves, it gave me the nudge I needed to take a step back. It's true though, taking time out for yourself feels selfish because we're told … Continue reading Time for Self Care

October Favourites

Well, I'm going to say it, this month has flown by (is it Christmas yet?) I've got back into the habit of making a note of things I've been loving recently in my bullet journal. I did kind of abandon the journal because I kept seeing all these amazing artistic creations and I can't draw, … Continue reading October Favourites

World Vegan Month

World Vegan Month has come at a time of pro-vegan adverts and marketing, more options in restaurants and supermarkets and with no sign of slowing down, it gives me even more reason to shout about it.┬áIt seems wrong to not have a say as a part of this ever growing movement. Since becoming vegan just … Continue reading World Vegan Month

“Stockholm Syndrome”

I have been meaning to write a blog post on my time in Sweden for a little while now. I visited just over a month ago with my family and it was honestly one of the best holidays I have ever had (hence the title, I know so original!) The reason we chose Sweden as … Continue reading “Stockholm Syndrome”