Well gang, it’s been a while, hasn’t it?
I’ve been meaning to write something up but I haven’t found five minutes to actually sit down and get a post together so apologies for neglecting you, ya lovely lot.
Anywho, I’m back with a post I’m sure you’ll appreciate – it’s my favourite things for autumn, which also happens to be my favourite season.
So snuggle up cosy, grab a cuppa & have a read. … More 5 Things I’m Loving This Autumn
I think we can all agree that this year has been a weird one. For me, it’s certainly put things in perspective. I realised that time is really the most important thing we have and I wanted to make the most of the time I had at home. That started with doing something I’ve always wanted to do. … More Launching What Comes Next Coaching | News
Well, it’s been a while since I last posted on here & it’s because I’ve been working on something very exciting – more on that in my next post!
This week, I wanted to share a book with you that I absolutely loved reading. I didn’t want it to end.
That book is Ghosts by Dolly Alderton. … More Ghosts Review | Books
This week, I have another book review for you all – being on furlough really gives you a lot of time to read!
Before I dive in to it, I just wanted to say that in light of current events and inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, I want to make a concerted effort to consume more content, including books, videos and podcasts from black people and POC.
… More Olive Review | Books
I really struggle with picking up books that are outside my comfort zone. It’s something I definitely need to do more of. I just get so sucked in by the idea of a new historical fiction or women’s fiction book that I find it hard to deviate. But I was recently invited to review a … More The Beekeeper of Aleppo | Books
As I write this, we’re currently in our seventh week of lockdown and, as I’ve been on furlough ever since (and I’m a complete & utter introvert), that time seems to have absolutely flown by. While the UK has become a little quieter and our key workers continue doing an amazing job, the rest of … More What I’ve Learned From Walking Every Day | Fitness
A little something for Yan xx The One I feel as though I’ve come home As though all the stars have formed a constellation in a blue velvet sky, To guide me back to you. As long as I can slip my hand into yours Hear that old familiar voice The world cannot hurt … More The One | Writing
I adore Jojo Moyes books – I’ve read a few of them now and loved them. Her newest book, The Giver of Stars, caught my eye in my local supermarket a few months ago. The gorgeous cover stood out on the shelf and I just had to buy it. This is the first historical novel … More The Giver of Stars Review | Books
At the beginning of March, before the lockdown began, Yan and I went down to Cornwall for the weekend. Every summer when I was a kid, my family would spend a week at a caravan park in Cornwall and I absolutely loved it. I can still remember waking up to the sound of birds singing … More One Night in Cornwall | Travel
Ragtime has been on my list of books to read since the dawn of time. I think it first made its way on to my to-read list back in my first year of uni (which was 9 years ago!) when we were given a list of books that our lecturers recommended. Since then, it’s been … More Ragtime Review | Books