Today is a much needed day off after working the Easter weekend and bank holiday. I always tell myself I’ll be super productive and have all these amazing things ticked off. The reality is that I hit snooze several times, mooched with a very beautiful cup of tea as mentioned below, surfed the net and … More My weekly inspirations
I’m an Orphan Black fan girl. Bit late to the party I appreciate seeing as the series ran from 2013-2017 and I only found out it existed February this year! I haven’t been THIS intrigued by a series since Desperate Housewives first began in 2004, and I wrote about that in a cultural studies essay … More “Because we are all mysterious works of chance”- my review of Orphan Black
Manifestation appears a hot topic in the blogging community at the moment and not to be one to jump on the band wagon, it’s certainly something that resonates at the moment, and is on my mind very often, out-there sounding or not! At the same time as being a productive person and setting many personal … More What I’d like to embrace in 2018
Flat hunting hasn’t been half as bad as you might imagined it would be, although I have to say I’m glad to have someone to share it with. I didn’t want to get started, having moved 7 times already in 6 years. London’s my home, but every flat has always felt temporary for one reason … More Renting in London
I have wanted to engage more fully in the world of skin care (and women being scammed for pretty packaging- haha) for sometime. It appeared to intrigue but not include me, and many others. The truth of the matter was, yes I could buy a pot of cream for £35+ but just ONE from the range, and … More Skincare on a budget: why expensive doesn’t have to mean better
Just to tell you of my own entry into blogging. As you know, this blog is very new, started just in February this year! I decided to start blogging when I met blogger, the lovely Ellie Quinn (check out http://thewanderingquinn.com/) quite randomly on the walk from the tube station last September 2017, when we … More Blogging: the basics!
If you feel your life has become a bit of a blip, that the joy of work isn’t quite there, that you’re trudging along kind of ok but have lost your mojo…then its time to take control back! The US based and internationally renowned life coach Brendan Burchard and his book “High Performance Habits” just … More Reconnecting to your inner self
I had turbinoplasty surgery on the 12th February and am sat here on the 16th February, after a few days of bleeding, with a big bruise on my left hand from the cannula, and just a few days of feeling cooped up indoors, wondering if the surgery has actually worked. The purpose of the … More Surgery at Guys Hospital
Life feels so busy sometimes doesn’t it. Then along comes the weekend to whisk you away to a never never land of chill and sleep ins, a night out, perhaps a shopping spree if it’s just after payday, and so, the utopian dream of life might be like, if you didn’t have to … More Easy like Saturday morning
Well! Firstly to say, I am not an expert. You will know that if you read my blog about my first ever half marathon at the Royal Parks in October 2017! 🙂 And I’m preparing for my second half marathon for the Sussex Beacon Charity at the end of February 2018, but I’m still not … More The lay persons guide to preparing for a half marathon!