What feminism means to me…

Hello everyone, I’m back. To be honest, I’m not exactly sure where I went, but it was nice either way. I just needed a little break so part of me was not shackled to the blogging calendar. Plus, it was making me feel a bit nervous! Anyway today, I bring you something different. 🙂 WelcomeContinue reading “What feminism means to me…”

The #JoyDress from La Maison Victor with @abakhanfabrics

In a previous post, I mentioned that I’d be including additional sewing and foodie posts to my blog. So, today, I’m ever-so-excited to type my first sewing review/show-and-tell. 😀 Now, I’d just like to start by saying I am definitely a beginner and if you notice any wonky hems, just turn a blind eye! YouContinue reading “The #JoyDress from La Maison Victor with @abakhanfabrics”

#QandA with #WildeLikeMe author @LouisePentland + #bookreview!

Welcome to the weekend you lovely bunch! 🙂 We had a lovely May Bank Holiday here in the UK last weekend but I’m glad that the week is finally over. Do you ever have one of those weeks where you think ‘argh, can you just stop now?’ well, I had one of them! However, oneContinue reading “#QandA with #WildeLikeMe author @LouisePentland + #bookreview!”

#bookreview: Days of Wonder by Keith Stuart (@keefstuart)

Format: E-book (Kindle) Publisher: Sphere Published: 7th June 2018 Pages: 480 Pages Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Illness; humour. The Blurb Tom, single father to Hannah, is the manager of a tiny local theatre. On the same day each year, he and its colourful cast of part-time actors have staged a fantastical production just for his littleContinue reading “#bookreview: Days of Wonder by Keith Stuart (@keefstuart)”

#bookreview: Mr Peacock’s Possessions by @LydiaSyson

Format: Hardback Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Published: 17th May 2018 Pages: 432 Pages Genre: Fiction, Historical, American, Literature. The Blurb Oceania 1879. A family of settlers from New Zealand are the sole inhabitants of a remote volcanic island. For two years they have struggled with the harsh reality of trying to make this unforgiving place aContinue reading “#bookreview: Mr Peacock’s Possessions by @LydiaSyson”

Take a look at yourself and then make a change

Do you recognise the lyrics? You may know the title of this post as a famous Michael Jackson song, Make a Change. As much as I’d like to talk about MJ and his musical career, this post is going to be all about me and things going on in my life. Things are a-changing. AContinue reading “Take a look at yourself and then make a change”