We all have those days that the fridge is a bit bare, and you want a good sandwich. I can’t speak for anyone else, but I love a good slaw on, well, pretty much anything, but I never have cabbage and stuff like that in. Obviously I had to come up with something, so here’s … More The EASIEST Vegan Slaw!
I can’t believe I actually got to see Bikini Kill live! This isn’t a legit proper review, in case you’ve just stumbled across this expecting that. This is just my excited ramblings because I didn’t think I’d ever get to have this experience, and I don’t even have the words to describe what it meant … More Bikini Kill Live in Brixton!
I’ve been very carefully visiting a few of my favourite charity shops again, fully masked up and hand sanitised of course, and I’ve found some real gems! Lets not hang about chatting, heres my favourite pieces I’ve thrifted lately! First up has to be this blue blazer! It’s a little big for me, but I’ll … More Recent Thrifted Favourites!
This year, I’ve had the unofficial schedule of posting every other day, and I skipped my last post. There should have been a post on the 11th, but I’ve been thinking a lot about blogging and social media, and thought I’d share these thoughts with you. I love writing, it’s one of those things I’ve … More I Failed Intentionally.
I was never much of a cream person while I ate dairy, but like with most things, as soon as I ‘couldnt’ have it, I wanted it. Whether it’s for a creamy pasta sauce, or to drizzle over apple crumble, cream is amazing sometimes. Enter Elmlea plant based cream! Although I’ve been perfectly content with … More Vegan Cream?!
I’ve been handling my mental health being all over the place for over a decade now, and my anxiety is always the thing seen as ‘least important’, both by those around me and professionals. It sucks, and it’s stupid because between being autistic, having depression, and having anxiety, it’s by far my anxiety that affects … More A Day With My Anxiety
I didn’t listen to much music through lockdown, because I like it loud and Rich prefers it… Not. With Rich back in work though, I’ve been listening to more music than ever, and I thought it might be time to share what I’ve been enjoying! Ashnikko I’m not sure how to describe Ashnikko, she’s in … More Music I’ve Been Listening To!
Don’t get too excited, I haven’t just bought my dream house, and I’m not about to do over my current home. Being in the house so much through lockdown, I think we all started dreaming about what our dream environment would be. Here’s a few pieces from around the Internet that I would definitely include … More Designing my Dream Home
That’s right folks, these posts are making a come back! I’m double as anxious as I was when I stopped doing these posts, but I’m a fair bit less depressed. It feels like a good time to reinstate these posts, so let’s get into it! I’ve been really grateful for the Internet lately, which I … More Things I’m Grateful For!
We all painted as kids, but lots of us stop doing it as we get older. I wanted to do a chatty little post about why everyone and anyone should pick up painting for fun once again, just like most of us did as children! I don’t want to ramble too much so let’s get … More Why YOU should paint!
A few months ago I was doing some late night Internet browsing when I found Comics Youth, a creative community organisation by and for young people in Liverpool. I was super into it right from the start, and when I saw the Stay Safe Club, a little care package to help us get through these … More Comics Youth Stay Safe Club
As always, although this book has been sent to me for free, for the purpose of reviewing, all opinions are my own and completely honest. That can be somewhat unfortunate when I don’t particularly enjoy the book. Texts from Dad chronicles 57 days of daily texts from author Peter, alongside many quirky and cute illustrations. … More Texts From Dad by Peter Barber Book Review