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Find my thoughts on films, books, tv-shows, make up, skincare and all things food and snack related.

stocking fillers

Gift Guide: 44 Ideal Stocking Fillers

23rd November 2020

As if by magic Christmas is just over a month away – I know, I’m not sure how we let that happen either. BUT I’m going all out with the gift guides, as I love shopping for presents for my family and pals. So let’s get things rolling with stocking fillers! Some of my favourite […]

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weight loss and gain

Why does weight gain and weight loss still make headlines?

19th November 2020

Even in 2020, the year of the Australian bush fires, Coronavirus, police brutality against black men and women including the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Black Lives Matter, Biden’s win, Trump’s incapacity to concede, scrambling together a Brexit deal, why are celebrities weight loss and gain still being given a headline?  And more […]

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AD Modibodi Review: Why I’m never looking back

16th November 2020

This is a sponsored post with Modibodi but all views and opinions are my own. A few months ago I took the plunge and bought my first pair of Modibodi pants after hearing people rave about them on and offline. Initially I was sceptical as I’ve always suffered from incredibly painful, heavy periods and I wasn’t […]

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Eating Disorder Recovery with Hope Virgo

13th November 2020

Hope Virgo is an author, speaker and campaigner for mental health and eating disorder recovery and body image. Hope works with young people at school and university to ensure they’re given the language, support and tools to understand eating disorders and break eating habits.  Here, Hope shares her story and offers advice on how to […]

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check your boobs

It’s time to check your boobs!

19th October 2020

My peaches it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this is your reminder to check your boobs! That’s right, we’re going to chat about those lumps on bumps that we don’t talk about. Similar to mental health, there seems to be a section of our physical health that has a slight taboo around it; the […]

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The Ancestor by Lee Matthew Goldberg

24th August 2020

This book, The Ancestor, was a press sample from Blackthorn Book Tours. This post contains affiliate links, but all thoughts are my own.  Synopsis: A man wakes up in present-day Alaskan wilderness with no idea who he is, nothing on him save an empty journal with the date 1898 and a mirror. He sees another […]

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Kate Collins: Blogging my Mental Health Journey

7th August 2020

This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Katie from The Little Crunch. Kate blogs about mental health, slow living, self development and blogging. Here, Kate tells us about her mental health journey, her transition from full-time work to carving her own path in the freelance world and how blogging has been cathartic for her. […]

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