How to #bebodykind

I'd like to start this post by asking how you are, like seriously, how are you? Not just the passing by 'yalright?' that nobody really wants an answer from. But a genuine, how are you? It’s good to check in with your own mental health and to speak to people around you about it. Yesterday … Continue reading How to #bebodykind

Backpacking Book Club

Since being on the road for two months I've managed to make my way through 10 brilliant books. My Kindle has been my best friend. It has gotten me through flight delays, jet-lag induced sleepless nights, rainy afternoons, long train journeys and quiet days lazing in the sun. If I didn't share some of my … Continue reading Backpacking Book Club

So Many Books, So Little Time

At the start of the year I set myself a Goodreads challenge to read 24 books in 2018. I've made good progress, polished off 14 wonderous reads so far, but having left my job last week to go travelling I can finally start indulging in my long long list of books that I want to … Continue reading So Many Books, So Little Time

Recovery: Book Review

As yesterday was World Mental Health Day I thought I'd share my thoughts on my holiday read... Russel Brand's Recovery: Freedom From Our Addictions. Whether you are a Russel Brand fan or not, this book really does create awareness on the issues around addiction and the struggles faced on the road to recovery. You may think; … Continue reading Recovery: Book Review

May and June Book Review

It has been over two months since my last book review. Following on from #GIRLBOSS I've continued with the feminism theme... Handmaid's Tale Written by Margaret Atwood, this book was chosen by Emma Watson's feminist Good Read's book club, Our Shared Shelf, as the May read. The book has also recently been turned into a TV series … Continue reading May and June Book Review

April Book Review

Since getting a Kindle back in February I have managed to worm my way through 9 books. I set myself a challenge on Good Reads to conquer 24 books in 2017. So far I'm not doing too bad. In April I read 4 books and started a 5th. In this review I would like to talk about … Continue reading April Book Review

Books

  I love books. Always have. As soon as I could read I was onto Roald Dahl, Enid Blyton, Dick King-Smith. I then progressed onto Jacqueline Wilson, Meg Cabot and my favourite, J.K Rowling. I would do my sister's head in, especially in the summer holidays, "Anna dya wanna play footie?" and I'd always be … Continue reading Books