Hey lovely people!
I’ve officially been blogging for 3 years – woohoo!
I can’t believe it’s been 3 whole years already & blogging has given me so many opportunities & opened so many doors – I’m so glad I started doing it! Continue reading “3 Year Blog-versary! | News”
Over the past week, I’ve been getting up to a few different things! As I’m doing Vlogmas this year, I obviously filmed it all too 😉 Continue reading “Beauty, Bargain Books & Boogy-ing!”
November is upon us already – I can’t believe it!
For me, the last day of October was spent with family. Between 3 adults, we had 4 excitable children on our hands – their ages ranging from 1 to 9! Continue reading “Halloween 2015! | News”
Hey lovely people,
I hope you’re having a fabulous week so far!
It’s really rainy & miserable in Wales at the moment & autumn is really setting in. But that’s not a bad thing for me as I absolutely LOVE the autumn/winter months -there is always so much going on & one of those things is coming up soon – HALLOWEEN! Continue reading “5 Books for Halloween | YouTube”
Not only does cancer affect your health, it affects your whole way of life. It is overwhelming at first – health worries, financial worries, ‘what will the rest of my life be like’ worries!
There’s so much information to take in & everything seems to be thrown into madness mode.
Continue reading “The Overwhelming ‘Big C’ | Cancer Advice”
Although there seems to be a lot of people around at times like this, it is easy to feel isolated as very few people will know how you are really feeling.
Relatives & friends will inevitably worry about you. Because you’re not looking like your usual self, they may not believe you when you say you’re actually feeling okay. It can be frustrating but it’s understandable that they will be concerned.
Continue reading “Feeling Alone | Cancer Advice”
The spring brings with it new beginnings. It is the calm after the storm. The madness of Christmas has died down and there is a slight serenity in the way we return to our everyday routines. A slight depression in the reoccurrence of normal life. But nevertheless, a fresh start. Continue reading “Spring: A Time For New Beginnings | Writing”
Light enters the dismal corridor once more and I watch as she walks in. The third time today. Her voice echoes around the house, interrupting the silence which seems to be a permanent resident here these days. Making small talk with a middle aged couple, she moves into the first room making extravagant hand gestures in an attempt to emphasise the vastness of it. Continue reading “The House | Writing”