Social Media: A False Sense of Connection?

The big '3-0' is looming closer and closer, and I find myself thinking back to when I was a carefree teenager. I was lucky to have a simple pay as you go phone (but the credit never lasted long), the internet was dial up and it was slow. Painfully slow. But all I used it … Continue reading Social Media: A False Sense of Connection?

Book Review: Middle of Knight and Dawn of Forever by Jewel E Ann

"Happiness moves you forward, but pain keeps you balanced" **** Some spoilers **** I decided to review part 2 and part 3 of the Jack and Jill series at the same time because I read them literally one after another, so they pretty much blended into one another. I read part 1 'End of Day' … Continue reading Book Review: Middle of Knight and Dawn of Forever by Jewel E Ann

Book Review: Stinger by Mia Sheridan

I am already a big fan of Mia Sheridan's work after reading 'Archers Voice' a few months ago. Stinger was recommended to me, and I thought if it was anything like the last book I read by her then it wouldn't disappoint. This time I made the decision to also download the audio version to … Continue reading Book Review: Stinger by Mia Sheridan

Book Review: So Much More by Kim Holden

3.4/4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ****contains some spoilers**** Kim Holden is one of my favourite authors. I have re read Bright Side more times than I can count. And Gus was the best sequel I have ever read, and truly does Bright Side justice. What I liked about So much more was the trio of POV's rather than … Continue reading Book Review: So Much More by Kim Holden

Becoming a Vegetarian

I have never been a meat lover, but I have always been an animal lover. I still very nearly cry every time I see dead wildlife on the side of the road. I became a vegetarian shortly after Christmas last year with my last official meat being turkey with my Christmas dinner. I decided one … Continue reading Becoming a Vegetarian

Book Review: Promise Me Darkness by Paige Weaver

Promise Me Darkness by Paige Weaver ***Warning may contain some spoilers-not major ones though*** ★★★★★ 5 stars. I know when I am enjoying a book when I leave for work on a Monday morning earlier than usual so I can sit in my car for a good 30 minutes to cram whatever I can before … Continue reading Book Review: Promise Me Darkness by Paige Weaver

First Day At Your New Job – Do’s & Don’ts

So it was my first day at my new job today (which was so exciting!) I had read up on some do's and don'ts however there were some things I weren't prepared for so I wanted to share what I had found. Do-Wear comfy shoes, but try them out first! Even if your shoes are … Continue reading First Day At Your New Job – Do’s & Don’ts

In the End, We Only Regret the Chances We Didn’t Take

There is a popular quote that I have seen overly Pinned on Pinterest; "In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take." I'm not sure who originally said it, but those eleven words can mean a lot. I think people use the word regret too easily and it's taken too lightly. Yes, we … Continue reading In the End, We Only Regret the Chances We Didn’t Take

It’s okay to not obsess about what you are eating

You have spent all week avoiding naughty foods at work and you have successfully avoided accepting the sugar covered donut that your boyfriend offered you. You pass Mac Donald's every morning and pat yourself on the back for not  detouring through to buy a sausage and egg Mc Muffin.  You should be proud that you … Continue reading It’s okay to not obsess about what you are eating

Book Review: The Art of Life by Sarah Kay Carter

The Art of Life by Sarah Kay Carter My rating: 5 of 5 starsWow that was long!!!! I love a long book, and usually my faults with books are that they are not long enough-I wasn't sure how it would work at first-but it did, the length really did work. I'm glad it wasn't over … Continue reading Book Review: The Art of Life by Sarah Kay Carter