Get Your Shit Together by Sarah Knight - book review

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

Lit Chat review

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

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

200 Women poster
Books, feminism, Lifestyle

Here’s to strong women.

I saw Star Wars Episode VIII in the cinema the other day and, in amongst trailers for Infinity War and Ready Player One, and ads for cars and mobile phones, I saw this: It made me think about the countless discussions I have with Luke about modern feminism. I totally support his arguments that there… Continue reading Here’s to strong women.

Little Miss Busy Surviving Motherhood
Books, Film, Lifestyle

Star Wars, Unicorns and La La Land #LittleLoves

Not gonna lie, it's been a rough week. I've spent the last nine days battling a cold with a cough so bad it's actually made me vomit. Fortunately the doctor has reassured me it will soon pass and shouldn't delay my surgery but it's been hard going. All three of us are poorly and sharing… Continue reading Star Wars, Unicorns and La La Land #LittleLoves

A post-Christmas book haul

A post-Christmas book haul

You can never have too many books, although I do need to spend some time reorganising my bookshelves before I go back to work next week. Y'see, I had some pennies and vouchers left under my Christmas tree and so it would have been rude not to buy seven new books, right? Feast your eyes… Continue reading A post-Christmas book haul

2018 toolkit
Books, Lifestyle, Mental Health, stationery

Everything you need to kick ass in 2018 (Self-Care Sunday #39)

Have you set resolutions or goals for the new year? Chances are most, if not all, of you have. But have you thought about what you need to help you achieve your goals? Whether you're looking to be more productive, work on your self-confidence, make a big career move or simply learn to take better… Continue reading Everything you need to kick ass in 2018 (Self-Care Sunday #39)

Jenson Christmas 2017
Books, Jenson, Lifestyle, stationery

Christmas 2017 in photos

And, just like that, Christmas is over for another year. Well, I'm still celebrating for another week and a half as I don't go back to work until the eighth but, as far as Jenson is concerned, Christmas is over as he's opened all of his presents! During the festive period we've decorated trees, met… Continue reading Christmas 2017 in photos

The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy - book review
Books, Mental Health

Book review: The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy (Self-Care Sunday #38)

I've been raving about Blurt on this blog for months now. For the uninitiated, they're a social enterprise dedicated to helping those affected by depression. They "raise awareness, provide tools and knowledge to help proactive recovery and challenge the stigma that prevents people reaching out for help". I've mentioned a couple of their tools before:… Continue reading Book review: The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy (Self-Care Sunday #38)

Goodreads Reading Challenge 2017

My 2017 Goodreads Reading Challenge

I'm writing this post 13 days before the end of the year because I know I don't have a hope in hell of finishing another book. Y'see, I have one working day left of the year and the only time I get a chance to read is when I'm on the bus (for nine hours… Continue reading My 2017 Goodreads Reading Challenge