Play Review: Of Kith and Kin

When I first heard about the opportunity to attend the press night for Of Kith and Kin I practically jumped up and down with excitement. I did A level drama at Sixth Form so I’ve always had an interest in plays but haven’t really had many opportunities to see them over the past couple of … Continue reading Play Review: Of Kith and Kin

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How to extend the life of your bra

Bras. They’re a bloody expensive thing. That’s why I’ve done a bit of digging around in this wonderful place called the internet to find out the best ways to look after your bras so that they’ll last longer and you won’t have to keep forking out for a new one so often. This is what … Continue reading How to extend the life of your bra

How to turn a house into a home

Moving house is a big, scary, exciting deal and it’s bloody exhausting! Because of how exhausted you are after moving house, you often can’t be bothered to do the little things that make your house feel homey. The only problem with that, is that when you get home from work/ school/ whatever you do all … Continue reading How to turn a house into a home

Get to know… Lauren from mylavendertintedworld

I'm back again with another interview post, this time with Lauren from mylavendertintedworld.co.uk Before I waste your time with my rambling, here's what Lauren said in response to my questions: Tell us about yourself and your blog Where to start? I’m a 25 year old modern languages graduate who doesn’t use her degree at all in … Continue reading Get to know… Lauren from mylavendertintedworld

Book Review: The Mistake I made by Paula Daly

Title: The Mistake I made Author: Paula Daly Page Count: 432 Synopsis: We all think we know who we are. What we're capable of. Roz is a single mother, a physiotherapist, a sister, a friend. She's also desperate. Her business has gone under, she's crippled by debt and she's just had to explain to her … Continue reading Book Review: The Mistake I made by Paula Daly