Sunday, 25 March 2018

Love, Simon and why coming out narratives are so important



I have been excited about Love, Simon since I first saw the trailer last year and I was lucky enough to go to a preview screening of the film on Wednesday evening.  This film has been in the back of my mind for months waiting for it to come out and I was so looking forward to finally seeing it.
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Monday, 19 March 2018

What I read in February



I had so many ideas and posts planned for this month but as usual, life happened and my blog went down to the bottom of my list of priorities. February ended up being pretty difficult so I had a bit of a break from being online, which was well needed.
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Monday, 12 March 2018

Coming of age




I saw Lady Bird two weeks ago. I had just been at a lunchtime awards ceremony with work that had overran, so I had to jump out of my lift at traffic lights, heels in a bag in my hand and run through Newcastle in a party dress in order to get to Tyneside Cinema in time to buy a ticket for the afternoon
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Thursday, 1 February 2018

What I read in January


Last year, I set myself the target of reading two books a month. I hadn’t been reading very regularly since leaving university in 2016 because I studied English literature and honestly, I wanted a bit of a break. I had been reading two or three books a week for three years and it took me quite a while after
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Thursday, 25 January 2018

Happy January


I made two resolutions for 2018. One was to read 52 books and the other one was to blog more. I’m currently reading my fourth book of 2018 so that one is going quite well but my blog updates are another story.
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Sunday, 7 January 2018

Veganuary - How to get your chocolate fix



So you’ve decided to try out Veganuary and it’s going pretty well so far, you’ve found a dairy free spread, you've mastered the lentil dahl and your fridge is packed full of fruit and veggies and has never looked more colourful.

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Saturday, 30 December 2017

I guess 2017 wasn't all bad


When I look back at my year as a whole, I tend to think of 2017 as a really bad time. Part of this is because I was struggling with depression for quite a large portion of it and so even when I was doing fun things, I still had this big black cloud looming over me. 
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Thursday, 28 December 2017

How setting sprays helped get my makeup game back on track


There’s no better feeling than trying a new makeup item that makes you wonder how you could possibly have been managing day-to-day without it. I’ve had this experience a lot over the last year because I’ve been gradually updating my makeup bag since graduating university.

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Saturday, 23 December 2017

5 things I'm already looking forward to in 2018


In some ways it’s hard to believe 2017 is nearly over and in other ways 2017 feels like it has dragged out for much longer than 12 months. Remember this time last year when everyone couldn’t wait for 2017 to come around so we could leave the horror that 2016 was behind us? “What could be worse than all the
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Saturday, 16 December 2017

Festive London photo diary



As you can probably guess from the title of this post, I spent the last weekend in London having a jolly old Christmas time. I haven’t really been feeling the festive season this year because as I mentioned in my post about my new job, I’ve been working a lot so I haven't had much time to sit back and listen to
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Monday, 4 December 2017

Vegan Comfort Food at The Ship Inn, Ouseburn


The number one thing I find the hardest about eating plant based is finding varied places to go to eat out. After all, a girl can only eat so many veggie burgers. I mentioned in my review of Grumpy Panda that while more and more franchises are adopting vegan options on their menus, independent restaurants often still have the edge.
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