20-something wine-downing, cat-snuggling, over-sharing, reluctant "grown-up".
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Like most of us, I love a good music festival. Spending time with friends in the sunshine (except it usually rains but still), with drinks, listening to amazing bands, dancing with strangers and generally having an amazing time.
A while ago, I wrote about the five Love Languages - what they are and how to find out yours. I got some great feedback from people who had never heard of this and were surprised by their results, so I thought I would do a bit of a follow-up. After all, it’s all very well knowing what your partner’s Love Languages are, but do you know how best to cater to them?
Earlier this week, when I was feeling a bit down and wanted something easy to watch to cheer myself up, I started re-watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I woke up this morning to the news that it is being cancelled and, predictably, your girl has some feels. After suffering with bloggers-block for a few weeks, it seems that this travesty is what I needed to get out of my slump.
I'm giving away a family camping ticket to Down by the River Festival!
I’m not going to insult your intelligence and assume you haven’t heard of the biggest musical right now, but if you have been living under a large rock... under the sea... on another planet, then I’m talking about Hamilton.
I am so excited to be going to BlogOn again this year! It's one of the best blogging events I've ever been to, with a goody-bag so big you genuinely need a suitcase! The first time I went, there was a small group of us, but this year I'm going on my lonesome and I'm very nervous but excited to meet new people. So, here is the BlogOnX Introduce yo'self linky, even if you're not attending, it might be fun to read.
When Steven and I are feeling low, we like to mix things up, and we like to spend money. There’s something about that combination that makes us feel a little better, and a few weeks ago, at around 8pm on a Friday night, we decided that we wanted to move our offices around. Because why not.
We start the Relationship Archives with 'The First' - a tale of overdramatic teenage love.
I am, and always have been, a hopeless romantic. I’m a soppy mess who cries at romcoms and used to fall asleep dreaming of falling in love on a train/on holiday/in a theatre. I’m happily married now, and Steven is absolutely perfect, but please believe me when I say, I have had some hilariously disastrous relationships to get to this point. They say you have to kiss a few frogs, but I was almost knee deep in slimy toads.
We have gradually been making a few changing to help ourselves live more sustainably over the past few years and I wanted to share them here with you. Not everyone can do everything and no one can live a perfect life, but some of these changes are small and easy but can make a big difference.