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

Celebrating International Women's Day with Abrams + Chronicle
Books, feminism, Lifestyle

Celebrating International Women’s Day with Abrams + Chronicle [review + giveaway]

I think I've really grown as a feminist over the last year. I have been inspired by the lives of some truly remarkable women - I've learned about female historical figures who have long been overlooked, watched in awe as women in their thousands have marched for what they believe in and realised that we… Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day with Abrams + Chronicle [review + giveaway]

We Should All Be Feminists
Books, feminism, Lifestyle, stationery

Last-minute gift ideas for the bad-ass women in your life

A lot of blogger gift guides have been tarred with the same brush but I can personally vouch for every single item on this list. Whether you're shopping for a mini-feminist or an older woman looking to reclaim her bad-assery, there's something here for everyone. For the hard-core lady types I really can't praise Lumberjanes:… Continue reading Last-minute gift ideas for the bad-ass women in your life

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

why i march from abrams and chronicle
Books, Lifestyle

Why politics matters to me – and why it should matter to you #BloggersWhoVote

Growing up I didn't really care/know much about politics. All I knew was that my dad would watch a lot of news and Prime Ministers Questions, etc, and it looked really boring. People kept talking over each other yet no-one was really saying much of anything. What was it all about? Fast forward to the… Continue reading Why politics matters to me – and why it should matter to you #BloggersWhoVote