200 Women
Books, feminism

Books for feminists of all ages

Something happened to me when I had a baby. I've always been very strong-willed, demanded equality for women and am quick to counteract 'banter' but this determination and passion has evolved somewhat. I've become more aware of the gender stereotypes enforced on children and how women are treated differently as they get older; regardless of… Continue reading Books for feminists of all ages

a family day in marazion
Cornwall

Ten of the most Instagrammable places in Cornwall

Let's be honest, if we're meeting a friend for coffee, heading out on a date night or planning a family day out, we want to go somewhere that looks good on The Gram. We might not like to admit but it's all thanks to this crazy social media obsessed world we're living in. Which is… Continue reading Ten of the most Instagrammable places in Cornwall

Dingbats Earth Journal and Stabilo pens review - bullet journal layouts
stationery

Inside my new Dingbats bullet journal

You know what I love most about being a stationery blogger? When I review a product and harp on about the quality of paper or the flow of a pen, you guys totally know (and care!) what I'm talking about. The recent bullet journal trend has awakened the stationery nerd in so many people who… Continue reading Inside my new Dingbats bullet journal

Freshers Ball
Lifestyle

Ten things I’ve learned in the ten years since being a Fresher

It's almost ten years to the day since I started life as a Fresher at Winchester University - and a lot has changed since then. I moved back home after a year, did a Foundation Degree at a semi-local college then topped that up and got a 'proper' degree (and a First, thank you very… Continue reading Ten things I’ve learned in the ten years since being a Fresher