act now postcards from Abrams + Chronicle
Lifestyle, stationery

Make a difference

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop (Greek storyteller) I used to think it was naive to believe that one person can make a difference in the world but sometimes that's really all it takes. Sure, we might still be under a Conservative government and Trump is President but… Continue reading Make a difference

i am woman the summerhouse gallery
Cornwall, feminism

I Am Woman

If you follow me on Instagram you may have noticed that I went to a private view at The Summerhouse Gallery on Friday night. It was one of those situations where I found out about something awesome and local because of a sponsored Facebook post (those things really do work!) and I just had to… Continue reading I Am Woman

saturday share

Saturday Share #103

As I missed last week's Saturday Share this week's post is packed full of awesome blog posts you need to check out. It includes the usual travel and stationery porn plus some particularly inspiring reads. Enjoy! This week's obligatory stationery and bujo porn comes to you from Me, him, the dog and a baby, Honestly… Continue reading Saturday Share #103

a nerdy feminist blogger's wish list
Books, Film, geekery, Lifestyle, stationery

A nerdy feminist blogger’s wish list

I mentioned in last week's #LittleLoves post that I've decided to ditch the item of the day posts and do semi-regular wish list posts instead. Here's a look at some of the stuff I've been lusting over recently. Women's retro Power Rangers t-shirt, Truffle Shuffle, £17.99 Femme forever t-shirt, Topshop, £15.00 Bookishly's stationery bundle, Bookishly,… Continue reading A nerdy feminist blogger’s wish list

like a queen by constance hall book review
Books, feminism, Lifestyle, Parenthood

Book review: Like a Queen by Constance Hall

I'm not normally one for reading non-fiction, preferring instead to lose myself in an imaginary world. But I'm such a huge fan Constance Hall and her hilariously relatable blog that I just had to read her book. My friend, Sophie, was quick to order Like a Queen as soon as it was released in Australia… Continue reading Book review: Like a Queen by Constance Hall

feminist t-shirts from etsy

Item of the day: Feminist t-shirts from Etsy

Did you know there's a shit load of bad-ass feminist t-shirts on Etsy? Take your pick from the following - there's even one for Jenson! Feminist AF, £15.99, girl power, £6.99, don't be a dick, £14.99, girl gang badge, £3.75, tiny feminist, £16.00, don't tell me to smile, £19.84 Follow me on: Facebook | Twitter… Continue reading Item of the day: Feminist t-shirts from Etsy

january 2017 in photos
Film, geekery, Lifestyle

My life in photos: January 2017

We made it! We survived the most depressing month of the year. I might not have done too well on the old resolutions (does one bath cut short by a screaming baby count as self-care?) but there's still 11 months to go. Here's a look at my month in photos. 1. I was gutted when… Continue reading My life in photos: January 2017

bad girls throughout history from amazon

Item of the day: Bad Girls Throughout History by Ann Shen

How cool does this book sound? 100 women who have changed the world, aka bad girls throughout history. Beautifully illustrated, this book features total bad asses, including one of my faves, Nora Ephron, Maya Angelou, Jane Austen and Joan Jett. It's £12.08 from Amazon.

29th birthday and christmas wish list
Books, geekery, Lifestyle, stationery

A Cornish geek’s birthday/Christmas wish list

I've finally done it! I've picked the ultimate gifts for my 29th birthday and Christmas stocking. Is 29 too old to still be doing Christmas lists? I've already been asked by two people if there's anything special I'd like for my birthday (less than four weeks away, FYI - and four weeks before Christmas) and… Continue reading A Cornish geek’s birthday/Christmas wish list