The Happy Newspaper Issue 8 - review
Lifestyle, Mental Health

Review: The Happy Newspaper Issue 8 (Self-Care Sunday #41)

I always look forward to The Happy Newspaper dropping through my letterbox. It's £3.99 a quarter and worth every penny. Issue 8 came with a cute postcard, which I'll be passing on to a friend in need. It's the little touches which makes Emily Coxhead's work so amazing. Each issue is based on a theme… Continue reading Review: The Happy Newspaper Issue 8 (Self-Care Sunday #41)

saturday share
blogging

Saturday Share #127

Looking for my favourite book reviews and most relatable blog posts of the week? You've come to the right place. As a massive fan of Sarah Knight, and a hoarder who is messy AF, I never thought much of The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Sammy's review has convinced me otherwise and I might… Continue reading Saturday Share #127

200 Women
Jenson, Lifestyle

The Happy Newspaper, She & Him and embracing our creative/messy side #LittleLoves

It's been a funny ol' week - the best laid plans and all that... Here's a look at what we've been up to. Read: The Happy Newspaper. *Sigh* I swoon over this every time it drops through my letterbox but I swear the current issue is the best to date. Gabrielle Treanor is my favourite… Continue reading The Happy Newspaper, She & Him and embracing our creative/messy side #LittleLoves

Get Your Shit Together by Sarah Knight - book review
Books

Getting my shit together

If you're a regular reader, you might recall me posting about my fuck budget last year and my massive girl crush on Sarah Knight, having read The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck and You Do You. I recently read her second book, Get Your Shit Together, and I highly recommend it, especially… Continue reading Getting my shit together

Brew Monday
Mental Health

Tips for dealing with Blue Monday

Today is the most depressing day of the year. Fact. Well, kinda. The third Monday of January is seen to be the most depressing day on account of the weather, finances, distance from Christmas, motivation and stress levels, and the likelihood of people not keeping up with their resolutions. But that doesn't mean you can't… Continue reading Tips for dealing with Blue Monday

Fearne Cotton's Happy Journal - review
Lifestyle, Mental Health, stationery

Review: Fearne Cotton’s Happy Journal (Self-Care Sunday #40)

One of the lovely gifts I received for Christmas was the stunning Happy Journal by Fearne Cotton. It's a sister product to her Happy book and encourages users to find joy in every day and let go of perfect. In the intro, Fearne explains that this is 'a place for you to express, wind down,… Continue reading Review: Fearne Cotton’s Happy Journal (Self-Care Sunday #40)

saturday share
blogging

Saturday Share #126

And, once again, the blogosphere continues to kill it, with planner and book recommendations, tips on growing your blog and refreshingly honest posts on pregnancy and loss. We're nearly a couple of weeks into January so if you're still looking for a new planner you'd better step on it. Kirsty and Chloe have some reviewed… Continue reading Saturday Share #126

Cheer Up Buttercup Lush bath bomb
Lifestyle

Getting my shit together, Will & Grace and actual me time #LittleLoves

Taking nearly three weeks off work over Christmas made Monday morning such a shock to the system. My alarm went off at 6.30am and I so wasn't ready. And I didn't half miss Jenson. I hate only seeing him for an hour before bed but it made yesterday even more special - even when he… Continue reading Getting my shit together, Will & Grace and actual me time #LittleLoves

Lit Chat review
Books

Lit Chat #3

Welcome to part three of my Lit Chat series (check out part one and two). This the series where I select a few of my Lit Chat cards* and discuss reading habits and book-related memories, amongst other bookish things, and invite you to join in. Do leave me a comment at the end or link… Continue reading Lit Chat #3

Book review - A Taxonomy of Love by Rachael Allen
Books

Book review: A Taxonomy of Love by Rachael Allen

I'm so glad we live in a world where there are so many popular young adult books about mental health/disorders but, dare I say it, it's becoming difficult to find those with a unique voice. Holly Bourne smashed it with Am I Normal Yet, Sophie Kinsella's Finding Audrey was a great foray into the young… Continue reading Book review: A Taxonomy of Love by Rachael Allen