I don’t think I know anyone who isn’t an Amazon Prime member. Next day free delivery from the online store that stocks everything from stainless steel straws to novelty socks and everything in between. I guess you could call this … Continue reading The Lines We Leave Behind by Eliza Graham: A review
There’s so much garlic in here it fits the kitchen essentials theme. I don’t know if you have ever listed to Venetia Falconer’s podcast Talking Tastebuds, but at the end of every episode she asks her guest for their three … Continue reading My three kitchen essentials
A few people have asked me recently why I go to the gym as much as I do. I currently train 4-5 times a week; generally lifting heavy weights and then dragging my butt round a 5k/5mile run or … Continue reading Do you even lift, though?
I don’t know if you read my last blog, if you didn’t, you should. I’m quite proud of it. But I mention in it that I’m trying to tackle my plastic usage. As part of that I bought a Lush … Continue reading Shampoo bars from Lush: A review
This is a long one. Grab a cuppa and get comfy. I don’t know about you, but I feel overwhelmed. We’re on the final call for climate change. Make changes now or our children’s generation will suffer. Stop using single … Continue reading The final call…
Waiting for Wednesday is the third book in a series by Nicci French (fun fact, Nicci French is a pseudonym for husband and wife writers Nicci Gerrard and Sean French). The series follows psychotherapist Dr Freida Klein as the main … Continue reading Waiting for Wednesday: A review
Fifteen years ago my family bought tickets to go and see Miss Saigon at the Edinburgh Playhouse. I was studying Acting and Performance at college at the time and annoyingly I had a show on the same night as Miss … Continue reading Miss Saigon: A review