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.
Disclaimer: I was sent this proof copy for a review by Canongate, at my own request. What follows is my honest opinion. How To Stop Time is (finally) out today. Whew! Take it from me; this is a great book. And I really enjoyed it. Take it from me, if you like time travel, … Continue reading How To Stop Time By Matt Haig; Review*
Disclaimer: this post is about my experience of Aspergers Syndrome, and is relative to my own experience. But I cannot take responsibility for any action taken as a result of reading this. I'm tired. Really I am. And not in the 'physical sense'. I am SICK and tired of being stereotyped, based on my ASD. Rainman isn't the … Continue reading Here’s a stereotype that I’m sick of.
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*
"What does it feel like to have Aspergers?" It's a question that I've been asked previously, and one that I've struggled to respond to. To have Aspergers is completely subjective, as it's a condition that's on a Spectrum; so what I may write in this post may differ from the experience of other people. It … Continue reading “What does it feel like to have Aspergers?”
Don't get me wrong; my Filofax has been my lifeline for a long time now, in organising every role I have to inhibit-the student, the columnist, the blogger, the wannabe journalist. And by the title of this post, I wish not to sound disparaging towards Filofax; it really has been a good brand to me … Continue reading Why I’m Changing To A Paperchase Organiser From A Filofax.
* Let's call these 'questioning' posts FAQ'S, just for the sake of argument-and if you have a question, you could always ask me in the comments. Anyway... * I started blogging way back in 2012, having kept a magazine cutting from Shout! that had inspired me. Needless to say, I was a lonely pre-teen, and … Continue reading “Why do you blog?”
Good morning- It has been a while since we had a proper album review, isn't it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaSrfW3MFDQ Well, my dear readers, I wanted to tell you about A 4 App, the first Anastacia app-which was the first thing that I ever downloaded from the Apple Store. Track listing for this is as follows: Resurrection. Overdue … Continue reading A 4 App Album Review.
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 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?)
Update: This post has partially been left uncompleted, as I was asked to link to content that would have been detrimental to the creation of my Domain Authority. Eventbrite recently contact me, in order to inspire me to create a list of experiences that I cherish, in the form of a bucket list. So, for … Continue reading My bucket list of experiences. *
Since my eighteenth birthday, I have been using my new iPHONE, in order to listen to songs on the go. And to be honest it has made quite a difference; better sound quality, inclusive of album artwork, and I could browse the store for hours. Anyway, apart from digressing just a teeny bit, I wanted … Continue reading My iTunes Playlist.
Good morning! I've never attempted a beauty tutorial before-and would I?-but I wish to encourage a more 'nature' look that's lightweight, as well as being something that emphasises your own features. Here we go! And before I begin, I would just like to recommend that you use products relative to your own skin tone. Also: … Continue reading Get the natural look; a tutorial.
This is part of a series of guest posts this week; to view Grace's blog, click here. So today I wanted to talk about two of the best facial scrubs I’ve ever used. I’m a big fan of exfoliating scrubs, I feel that they give my face a much more thorough cleanse than standard face washes. … Continue reading Two of the best facial scrubs; guest post by Grace Brown.
Today's guest post is by Envy Fisher, over at Lost In translation. Be sure to visit her blog by clicking here! I think every blogger will agree with me that we live in the age of Bullet Journals. I know very few bloggers who don’t have a notebook full of fancy spreads to keep their … Continue reading Inside My Bullet Journal. (Guest post by Envy Fisher.)