Christmas Gift Guide 2018 Part 2 *

I thoroughly enjoyed writing up my gift guide that went live last week and having the pleasure to feature some really fab brands. The interest from brands to be featured in a gift guide was fairly high, so instead of cramming everyone into one post and risk the post being too long and people getting […]

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Better than a pair of socks: Christmas gift guide 2018 *

Christmas is a weird season. The smell of spiced, mulled wine embraces you in a thick, cosy comfort. The sparkling decorations treat you to a simple wonder. The snuggly woolly jumpers and the warming winter comfort foods come out. Everything seems designed to make you nice and calm and warm…

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Christmas Gift Guide 2018 Part 1 + discount codes! *

I truly cannot believe that I’m sitting here, at the end of September, working on Christmas content. The fact that it’s the end of September (at the time of writing) is bad enough because where has this year gone but we all know how insanely quick Christmas comes around each year. And I don’t know […]

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Have a Sweet & Nostalgic Christmas: Gift Guide *

My favourite thing about Christmas is buying gifts for people (which is funny because I just had a huge meltdown on Twitter about how I hate people spending money on me!) and I strive and strive and strive every year to find people the perfect present, something personal and something that will mean something to […]

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Father’s Day gift guide 2018

Father’s Day is literally round the corner so if you haven’t already, now is probably the time to grab some gifts for the Dad, Granddad or Father figure in your life! We’ve never really put a huge emphasis on Father’s Day in our family but I always make sure I get my Dad a few […]

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Gift guide for early Christmas shoppers *

Guys, guys, GUYS… It’s August and I have my first Christmas post up. Me… the person that hates Christmas – has a Christmas post up. In August. I’m actually really surprised at myself because I’ve been thinking about Christmas more than is normal for me lately – maybe because I am just so sick of […]

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Christmas Gift Guide for Her

It’s that time of year again and although I may not be the biggest Christmas enthusiast in the world, there’s one thing I do love and that’s buying gifts for loved ones. Parting with your well earned money can be difficult but I just love searching for the perfect gift for someone – something a bit […]

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Spill the Beans: The PR Secrets Tag

Back in October of last year, the wonderful Jasmine from Thoughts With Jasmine, created a brand new tag post for us bloggers to get our teeth stuck into. I’ve done more or less every tag under the sun over the years of having this blog but they’re not really something I do anymore but… I […]

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Here’s To Strong Women ft. Women of London *

Here’s to strong Women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them. Inspirational Women are all around us. In the news, in the films we watch, the books we read and in our own homes. And today, I want to talk about them. This isn’t the typical sort of post I […]

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Blogging Goals for 2019 [ft. Yankee Candle]

I guess before I start, I’d better say… Happy New Year! I really enjoyed those 7 weeks of 2018 and truly cannot believe that we’re here, once more, saying hello to a brand new year. It’s funny, you’d think nobody understood how time worked with how shocked and appalled we all are at how quickly […]

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25 bookish blog post ideas

I’ve done plenty of ‘blog post ideas’ posts before; Winter & Christmas, Autumn and Spring & Summer and these posts always tend to go down really well. We all struggle with blogging motivation and inspiration and sometimes, no matter how hard we try, we cannot come up with an idea for a blog post for […]

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What I got Carl for his birthday

I know a lot of people think these “what I got my Mum/Dad/boyfriend/girlfriend” type posts are braggy because we’re just showing off all the wonderful, lovely gifts we can afford to buy but I can straight up tell you that this is not the case. With me and probably not for a lot of other […]

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How to be a good blogger 

We all want to be the very best like no one ever was (please tell me in the comments if you know where this line is from) and it’s super difficult to do that in blogging when there’s tens of thousands of other bloggers around you all trying to be the best too. But in […]

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The Benefits of the Internet on the Consumer Market 

Since starting my blog, I’ve been drawn in more and more by the consumer market. With products of all different types flying at you from every corner of the Internet, it’s incredibly hard to ignore. But secretly… I love it. And I’m proud to be a part of it. Over the last year, I’ve had […]

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Hugo’s Chocolate Club: Chocolate Subscription Box *

We’ve had beauty subscription boxes, time of the month subscription boxes and stationery subscription boxes. There’s pretty much a subscription box for anything you could possibly want these days. Today I’m featuring a subscription box (you’d probably guessed that already otherwise all this talk of subscription boxes has been pretty pointless) that caters for those […]

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Blogging for business: Supplementing your on-site earnings in style *

There are many reasons for starting a blog and writing about your passions can be a truly incredible way to earn a living. Nonetheless, this is only made possible by the ability to generate revenue. This is why you should look to maximise your potential in every aspect. Understanding the worth of your blog and […]

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Cool for the Summer ft. Indigo Herbs

For me, Summer is definitely a time to make sure I can feel as good as possible. It’s no secret that I actually hate Summer; I cant handle the heat, it makes me anxious and often leaves me feeling ill. I also don’t enjoy sneezing 400 times a day and being a general snotty mess […]

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BOOK REVIEW: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Format: Library book Links: Goodreads | Amazon UK Blurb: At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade’s training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying, the next he was a patient struggling to live. When Breath Becomes Air chronicles […]

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