Slice of life

These are a few of my favourite things: June

June's here!The outside world is in full bloom, I'm finding myself venturing outdoors a bit more, and my productivity is less fickle. The sun is mostly out, with the occasional overcast day that I'd put down to the UK's mixed climate, but all in all, these longer days are keeping me active and energised. Albeit,… Continue reading These are a few of my favourite things: June

Slice of life

23 things I’ve learned in 23 years

It's almost bizarre to know that I've been 23 for a few months now, especially considering I remember January as if it were yesterday, and the transition from winter to spring seems to have been rather fickle (I'm sure it was snowing just over a month ago!). These past 23 years, I've learned a lot… Continue reading 23 things I’ve learned in 23 years

Mental Health, Slice of life

Have you ever made time to take yourself on a date for one?

It might sound weird, it feels weird to be typing this right now too, but really, when is the last time you took yourself on a date? When is the last time you made yourself happy? An integral part of self-love is the ability to be happy in the presence of your own company, so… Continue reading Have you ever made time to take yourself on a date for one?

Slice of life, travel

Are you ready for comic con?

Here in London, MCM Comic Con is looming ever nearer at less than a week away as I write this. I've been carefully preparing for a couple of months now, but, as always, I feel completely unready. It's a massive event for the "geeky" community, wherein some people cosplay their favourite characters, and some even… Continue reading Are you ready for comic con?

travel

Let’s travel: Mexico

I'm back! - My blog has been a tad quiet this past couple of weeks as I was vacationing in Mexico with my mother from the 1st until the 12th of May, and I have to say, I had an absolute blast. Granted, I broke my phone due to some hilarious turn of events, and… Continue reading Let’s travel: Mexico

Slice of life

Hello, April…

It's been a year, but I'm glad you're back. When March stays rather wintry, April is usually a good indication that spring has finally sprung. As much as I love romanticising longer nights, hot cocoa, and cosy blankets, I thrive when the sun is out. The weather forecast isn't looking great for the next week… Continue reading Hello, April…

Music, Review

Music Corner: Outback Studios – Tarra Bulga

For those of you who happen to live in or be from Australia, you may have heard of a place in Eastern Victoria called ‘Tarra Bulga National Park’. Loved for its undisturbed natural beauty and impressive forestry, accessible via a suspension bridge that offers spectacular views of the lush fern gully below, Tarra Bulga really… Continue reading Music Corner: Outback Studios – Tarra Bulga

Review

Pinsandwhatever – review

Those who know me fairly well will know that I'm a huge fan of Holly Conrad (commanderholly). Because of her, I found my love for Dungeons & Dragons, as well as an appreciation for birds, being a cute witch, and being honest about mental illness. For a while now, I have been following Dice, Camera,… Continue reading Pinsandwhatever – review

Review, Slice of life

These are a few of my favourite things…

Hi everybody! Today's post is going to be a little bit different. I've been on a little bit of a negative streak with my posts as of late, so I figured I'd change it up and tell you all about various things that I'm loving right now! I'll try and vary my recommendations so that… Continue reading These are a few of my favourite things…

Review

Little Nan’s Bar (Deptford, London)

The best of every nan’s living room, right on Deptford’s doorstep. We’ve all been there – warm hues of scattered browns and golds, shabby trinkets, Bone China dinner sets, and worn – but equally as comfortable settees. I’m sure I speak for many of us when I say that the welcoming atmosphere of our grandparent’s house is… Continue reading Little Nan’s Bar (Deptford, London)