I’d never really call myself a bookworm. From a young age I was encouraged to read, by both my parents and teachers in school, but also by my older brother who has always enjoyed delving into a fiction novel. Don’t get me wrong, the likes of Roald Dahl, Enid Blyton and Jacqueline Wilson often captivated … Continue reading Am I too dumb for a novel? My struggles with the first three chapters of ‘Life of Pi’.
On the night of the London Bridge terror attack, I was in London. I spent the weekend in London for my cousin’s hen party, and although we enjoyed our celebrations, I felt it wrong to do so. I cannot ever imagine how horrific it must have been for anybody involved or effected by the terror … Continue reading Saturday 3rd June 2017 in London
Over the past six to seven years I have come a long way. There are some things that I have only ever spoken and opened up about to a few people. Over a number of blog posts I would like to discuss some aspects of my life that I feel should be openly discussed and … Continue reading My Personal Experiences with Anxiety
After a lovely summer’s trip to Hunstanton with friends last year and being lucky enough to have beautiful sunny weather we thought we must embark on another beach trip this year. After deliberating about where to go that’s not too far to drive to, that has things for us to do there, but also where … Continue reading A Summer’s Day in Southwold: Wednesday 12th July 2017
I have always loved a wedding. Whether it be one I’m actually invited to, a marathon of Don’t Tell the Bride, Big Fat Gypsy Weddings and Say Yes to the Dress episodes (you name it… I’ve probably exhausted all series), playing my most favourite movie ‘Mamma Mia’ on repeat, or an extensive pinning of everything … Continue reading A SUPERB SUFFOLK WEDDING