Over the course of writing for this blog, you can probably see that I am an advocate for planners, as well as organisation and planning. But instead of posting a photo-centric post for today, I wanted to post a logical post about the benefits of a planner. They don't crash. What bothered me most about … Continue reading 15 Reasons You should Have A Planner.
Life should be so simple at times, right? Wrong! There are a lot of lessons to be learnt-and to be honest, I'm still learning a lot daily. So, here is something I wanted to share with you-and it's my version of a top eighteen on my list. Help will come to you, if you ask … Continue reading 18 Things learnt in eighteen years.
Rowan Coleman released her next book, The Summer Of Impossible Things, just two days ago. It stands out from all of her previous works. Here, I emailed her a few questions, in order to find out more. (Thanks also to Tess Henderson.) Since the last interview, you've written and are about to release a … Continue reading Rowan Coleman Interview.
I am very excited to be getting a new planner: you'll be able too see my reasons as for the switch soon, as I'll be posting about it soon. (Long story short, I needed an upgrade, as everything was becoming too crammed into my personal sized planner.) I love to have everything laid out visually … Continue reading My planner Wishlist.
Rowan Coleman's latest novel, The Summer Of Impossible Things, is out later this month. And here is what you need to know about it. It's significantly longer than her previous works. Expect some time travel throughout the book; it is sort of fantasy/thriller/drama. However, it forms quite an important part of the book. This book … Continue reading The Summer Of Impossible Things Release*
As part of my blog content, you can probably see that I'm starting to cover music. Music is a part of my lifestyle-so that I listen to it everywhere I go, collect Vinyl, interview musicians, etc. But I'm often asked "why do you like Rock?" (because, well, I have Aspergers, and noise doesn't compute well, … Continue reading Why I love rock; a fan girls opinion.
For my eighteenth birthday earlier this year, I was lucky enough to receive a MacBook Air and an iPhone 6s. And I'm a convert to iTUNES, the in-house Apple Music service,where you can download your tunes. But I didn't realise that you could create your own Wishlist-whilst you wait to have enough money for your … Continue reading My iTunes wishlist
Bloggers, I have a general question for you: how much does your idealised bag for blogging differ from reality? Yeah, bit of an odd question that. But for this post I wanted to create what would be my 'dream' blogging bag-one that has virtually everything needed, and is small enough to be carted around … Continue reading What’s In My Blogging Bag?
Disclaimer: this post contains a PR sample that was sent to me. I asked Matt at Sweet Cheesus to send me a sample, and he agreed. What follows constitutes my honest opinion. Good morning! How has your day been so far? As you could have probably guessed by the title, today's post is a review of … Continue reading Sweet Cheesus Cheesecake Review.*
Disclaimer: this cd was sent to me a little while ago, and I have been meaning to review it ever since. This was at my own request, and therefore, as always, what follows is my honest opinion. Good Morning.- Well, it wasn't that long ago that Ed Sheeran made his return to music, having not released any … Continue reading Divide Album Review. * (Because who DOESN’T love Ed Sheeran?)
Disclaimer: this was sent to me to review at my own request. What follows is my honest opinion. Thank you to Ingrid Hume at Pravera! Imagine this; it's a rainy day, you've been drenched, and drive home in a bit of a sullen mood. You start to blog, seemingly in a miserable mood, but then … Continue reading Benecos Cosmetics Package Review.*
Disclaimer: this book was sent to me from Fronthill Media, the publishers, in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to read this book, and asked to review it. What follows constitutes my truest thoughts. As readers will know, I am an avid fan of Sylvia Plath ; I have been that way since … Continue reading Sylvia Plath And The Haunted Reader By Gail Crowther; Review. *
This is a post that I've seen floating around for a while-you can see the exact post here. So, here's my version: Firstly, you have to thank the person who tagged you-so, maybe over social media. Next, write and set yourself goals for next year, as well as how you intend to achieve them. Tag … Continue reading This time next year tag
Let's just have an honest chat, shall we? From the 'aspergic' blogger whose blog you've been reading, to you, the presumably neurotypical reader. (Or maybe you're a fellow 'Aspergian'-in that case, welcome! You are among friends here 😃) Having Aspergers Sydrome is hard; over on Twitter, I saw one parent saying that her son refers … Continue reading A note to fellow Aspergians like me.
This is a guest post by Lisa Kallas, over at Sugar Loaf Dreamer. (Click here to visit her blog.) When my mum was leaving school you were encouraged to stay at home and be a housewife and mother. If they did work it was in retail, nursing and light duties work. When I was leaving … Continue reading Having It All….At What Price? Guest Post By Lisa Kallas, Sugar Loaf Dreamer.