Well, well, it seems like this year has gone really quickly, doesn't it? It seems only a little while ago that the internet was ruminating about the latest famous person who passed away. 2017 had a lot of up and downs for me; college (both), finishing my A levels (up), started my NCTJ (DEFINITELY up) … Continue reading 2017 in review.
It started off when I read this post by Cristina over at Criddle Me This; Vision Express were doing a half price eye test! As to a bit of background: this Summer I broke my glasses-only the second time I'd ever done this. (But this was the first major break, where the frames where beyond … Continue reading A good “glasses” experience.
This is a guest post, written by Charlene McElhinney; you can view her blog by clicking here. Most people look forward to Christmas for the dinner, for the family reunion, for the festivities, the drink and the presents. Me? I look forward to spreading gifts across the living room floor and waiting eagerly for my parents … Continue reading Guest Post: My Kind Of Christmas by Charlene McElhinney.
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples that I was gifted, however this was at my own request, for the purpose of this review. As somebody with Aspergers, I have a bit of a 'picky' attitude to food-and I think it's a hypersensitivity issue. I cannot stand membrane foods like peas or sweetcorn-the 'snap' when you bite … Continue reading The Aspergers guide to food.*
Hello, For a little while now, I've been thinking; what would be the perfect day out? (A place that wouldn't overwhelm my senses, or make me feel incredibly anxious, as a person with Asperger's Syndrome. With that in mind, I developed a bit of a criteria that works for me: needs to be quiet, serve … Continue reading Day out suggestions for people with Asperger’s Syndrome.
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 Guest Post: Two of the best facial scrubs by Grace Brown.
Today's guest post is by Emily at Mind Of A Badger. (Click here to view her blog.) The photos included in the post should also be accredited to Roxanne Milward, whose Instagram account can be found at this link. I find it very hard to describe myself. I don’t like filling in profile descriptions … Continue reading Guest Post: Why You’ve Got To Be An Optimist In Life by Emily.
Disclaimer: This post is a review of a PR sample. What follows is my honest opinion. Now, I will confess; I do not really enjoy trying new things. I know what I like, what I dislike, and I'm quite happy that way, thank you very much. But when I saw Hippeas Puffs, I was intrigued, … Continue reading Hippeas Puffs Review.*
Disclaimer: this is a proof copy that I was sent to review, at my own request. What follows is my own opinion. Thank you to Chloe at Carlton Books. Remember Fashion? That very controversial subject-it raged over the fur debate, is still a major industry, and bloggers are now sat on the front row, … Continue reading Review: Things A Woman Should Know About Style*
Disclaimer: This post is entirely subjective to my own opinions, and own hallmarks of the spectrum of ASD. I do not claim to be a Doctor or medical professional. Rather, this post is just my opinion, not intended as a guide or advisory. I cannot take responsibility for anything that happens as a result of … Continue reading Frustrations of being an Aspergic teenager.