The hour it took to listen to 'Lover' was, like the journey leading up to it, a roller coaster. Taylor Swift's seventh album is unlike any of the albums before it; not only because of it's eighteen tracks (the most songs on any of her albums), but because of the place Taylor is at… Continue reading My Thoughts on ‘Lover’
Summer is nearly over, and Autumn is almost on it's way. It's that time of year that is super conflicting, but it's been a pretty good Summer regardless. It's about time for another Monthly Favourites post, this time, for August - so let's get into what I've been loving. Jumper - Top Shop You… Continue reading August Monthly Favourites
Two billion disposable razors go to landfill every year, contributing to over one million pounds of plastic that be on our planet longer than we will. By switching to eco-friendly shaving alternatives, we could reduce that amount of plastic significantly - find out how, with Friction Free Shaving.
We're now more than halfway through 2019, and as unbelievable as that is to me, I'm happy to bring another Monthly Favourites Post to my blog. There were so many things I absolutely loved this month, and I've been impatiently waiting to share them with you. Stranger Things Season Three This was one of… Continue reading July Monthly Favourites
#Gifted This Plastic Free July, I was sent some beautiful reusable bags from Carrie Bags. See what I thought of them by reading this post!
Yet another episode of things I bought but probably shouldn't have, this time featuring products from Typo! See what I bought this time...
June has been a brilliant month for new things I'm loving - see what they are by reading this post!
‘When the Curtain Falls’ is Carrie Hope Fletcher’s third fiction book, and the second of her books I’ve read. Set in both the present day and 1952, this was an intriguing plot! Find out what I thought.
GIFTED - Papergang's monthly stationery subscription box, June edition. Would I recommend it? Find out!
'The Hate U Give' by Angie Thomas is the perfect resource to educate young minds on real life problems. Here's why everyone should read this book...