Thursday, 27 September 2018

Blog Tour || Love at the Northern Lights by Darcie Boleyn - Book Review.

There's something about the colder weather that makes me want to curl up with a book, and Darcie Boleyn's Love at the Northern Lights is perfect for when the temperatures drop!
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Thursday, 20 September 2018

SoulTree Ayurvedic Kajals: 3000 Years Of Colour.*


I first started experimenting with makeup when I entered high school. My product of choice? Always eyeliners. I even went through a stage of wearing eyeliner without mascara, which I'm sure looked great and not at all bizarre. To date, it's still my favourite product: I'll quite often pop some on even when the rest of my face is bare. SoulTree asked me to try out their Ayurvedic Kajals and I was very excited to give them a whirl!
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Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Getting Mystical with the Folklore Collection: Gin Liqueurs from Stirling Gin.*


If you've been reading my blog for a while, you may have noticed my growing appreciation for gin. I started off not having ever really touched the stuff, and now I'm at a stage where my last gin-related post is my second most-read ever. My husband has also grown to love the stuff, so it's become the spirit of choice in our household. When Stirling Gin asked if I'd like to try their new Folklore Collection of gin liqueurs, it was an obvious yes from me!

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Saturday, 15 September 2018

The Most Luxurious Bouquet From Appleyard London.*


We rent our home, and it's not my favourite decor ever. There's so much I would change if I could, but unfortunately I'm not allowed to remove the dodgy wallpaper in our living room. It's not the worst, but the whole place is a bit dull. I need a splash of colour in my living situation, and the easiest way to brighten up a room you can't paint is to add the biggest, most beautiful bouquet of flowers you can find - like these beauties from Appleyard London.

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Friday, 14 September 2018

Sexual Health Doesn't Need To Be Taboo.*


Recently I wrote a post about a vibrator, and why I think it's okay to be open about sex. It's something almost all adults engage in and enjoy, so why are we so reluctant to talk about it? This is especially true when it comes to the topic of sexual health - and it's about time that changed.

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Monday, 10 September 2018

Blog Tour || The Body on the Shore by Nick Louth


If you know me at all, you'll know I love a good crime book. I absolutely love losing myself in a police procedural, so I am delighted to be reviewing The Body on the Shore by Nick Louth today.

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Saturday, 8 September 2018

Mental Health Over The Years: Age 13 vs Age 28.


I first started experiencing poor mental health when I was around 13. At the time, a lot of it was brushed off as 'just being a teenager' and not taken very seriously. People assumed it was hormones and that I would grow out of it. It wasn't and I didn't. I've now been living with it for around 15 years, and I thought it might be interesting to see what's changed in my life during that time...
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Thursday, 6 September 2018

What I Read In August.


I mentioned in an earlier post that this summer I didn't pick up a single book. After my 'What I Read In April' post, I just spent most of my time outdoors rather than engrossed in a book (one blog tour aside!). Once the good weather - and my husband - disappeared in August (this makes it sound like he left me, he was just working) I was back on the reading bandwagon hardcore. So what did I get through?

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Saturday, 1 September 2018

Blog Tour || Finding Felix by Jo Platt - Book Review


Today I'm taking part in the blog tour for Finding Felix by Jo Platt. Read on to find out what I made of it...

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