Time to myself…

It’s always important to take time to yourself no matter who you are or what you do, alone time is a way of healing. My favourite way of spending some alone time to relax is a midnight bath, as soon as the child is relaxed and in deep sleep which is usually at midnight (anyone […]

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‘To Snare a Witch’ written by Jay Raven (Blog Tour Reveiw)

First the Blurb: No female dares spurn the lecherous advances of Sir Henry Cruttendon, 17th Century England’s most reviled nobleman. To do so risks a retribution that would terrify the Devil himself. But Elizabeth Fiennes is no ordinary woman, blessed with stunning beauty,  intelligence and guile. Coming from an influential family, she believes she is […]

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2018 June Goals Review

You know how back at the beginning of the month I did a ‘June Goals’ post in a huge list of what I felt like I needed to get done well here’s the review. So I’ve reached 1000 and surpassed that number on twitter and as much as numbers don’t count etc, it still means […]

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A coming out story…

As it’s the month of pride and all things beautiful I thought I’d bring to light my story and how I came out (although not really). Do my parents accept it? Do they know? Do my friends know? What about my partner? What will I tell my daughter when she’s older? How did/do I feel […]

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The Skinny Bakery – Review

A little Background: The Skinny Bakery was founded by an at home baker, Mariella Forte, in 2013 who turned her passion into her career and has continued to grow as a business owner over the last 5 years. DISCLAIMER: Despite being kindly given these treats by The Skinny Bakery, I have not been paid to promote […]

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Dermatillomania – Mental Health

What is it? Dermatillomania a.k.a skin picking disorder (SPD) is a compulsive obsessive disorder. Those that suffer from dermatillomania have symptoms which include touching, rubbing, scratching, picking, biting and digging into the skin. The skin picking usually results in discolouration, bruising and/or scarring. In serious cases severe tissue damage can occur. Dermatillomania is classified as […]

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June Goals 2018

So I’m sure everyone has a to do list or a date to have things done by? I do too! & I’ve been doing well to stick to these, it’s mostly leisurely things as I’m trying to focus more on my well being and keeping busy and staying happy is part of that, & then […]

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Liebster Award

Thank you so much to Megan for this nomination! I’m thrilled that you enjoy my posts enough to nominate me, I’m overjoyed at just getting recognised in the blogging community. What is the Liebster Award? “Bloggers are a funny bunch. We read a lot, write a ton, scour the web for new content to consume, […]

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