Disclaimer: I was gifted the planner in this post, when I asked to do so, in exchange for an honest review. What follows constitutes my own opinion. A little while ago, I was going through all of Dorkface's blog posts; mentioned on a Christmas post from a few years ago was the brand Personal Planner. … Continue reading Personal Planner Review.*
Disclaimer: whilst I was at the Bloggers Ball event, Zeo had a drinks stand, and was also included in the Goodie Bag we were given. At my own request, Zeo sent me some sample to try, in exchange for a review. What follows constitutes my honest opinion. Now, what do you do when it's incredibly hot? … Continue reading Zeo Drinks Review.*
It wasn't too long ago that I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome; to be honest, it wasn't really a surprise. I was always the lonely kid, with their head stuck in a book, too knowledgable for their own good, and way too nosy too boot. But since then, promoting Aspergers Syndrome has become more and … Continue reading Why promoting Asperger’s syndrome is important to me.
This is part two of a guest post written by Lisa Kallas, over at Sugar Loaf Dreams. Click here to view her blog. Oh hi! Where did I leave you? Oh yes bullying......I won't go into that too much as it could be a whole post just on itself. Needless to say it was ongoing, physically, verbally … Continue reading Guest post: Perfect Boy Part Two, by Lisa Kallas.
Last year, I was lucky enough to see Lissie live in Manchester; today marks the release of Live At Union Chapel, an album of completely recorded live tracks. As a HUGE fan, you can probably imagine how excited I was on hearing this. I still have trouble figuring out my “genre”. I always sang and had … Continue reading Review: Lissie: Live At Union Chapel.*