Film Review: Disney’s ‘Stargirl’

Oh I watched the loveliest film yesterday. And what better way to spend a Sunday than by reading books and watching films? I know there are a tonne of things I should have done, but you know what, I just needed a chill day. … More Film Review: Disney’s ‘Stargirl’

I’m Visiting: Lanhydrock, National Trust

It’s another ‘I’m Visiting’ post! So, as many of you may know from previous posts, I went on a trip to Cornwall at the beginning of the month, and while I was there I visited a few places that I want to talk about. … More I’m Visiting: Lanhydrock, National Trust

How do you find your Purpose? A review of Disney’s Soul and finding your Spark

I love stories. I love anything that creates a story – books being my first love, then films, then television programmes. Now there are subscription boxes to hundreds of films and tv shows, there are new books published every day, and the world of stories seems to grow every moment. … More How do you find your Purpose? A review of Disney’s Soul and finding your Spark

Top Three: Home Office Desks, Chairs, and Accessories

I can’t quite believe it. It’s been a year since the first lockdown. A year since we all started working from home, and I wonder how long it will be before things go back to what they were. Working from home is helping a lot of people. It’s saving on travel costs, emissions, and many of us have been getting new pets or purely spending more time with the pets we’ve already got. … More Top Three: Home Office Desks, Chairs, and Accessories

Book Review: The Girl with the Whispering Shadow

Thank you again to the publishers for sharing the second book with me, because it didn’t disappoint! I enjoyed this story just as much as the first book. I still had a distinct impression of Jessica Townsend’s Nevermoor, and the whole series so far has been very readable, with new dramas around every turn of the page. … More Book Review: The Girl with the Whispering Shadow

My Review: NaNoWriMo

For those of you who aren’t aware of NaNoWriMo, it’s simply a shortened version of National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November. There is also something similar, part of the same organisation, that takes place in April and July called Camp NaNo, but for this post we’re just focusing on NaNoWriMo. It’s a … More My Review: NaNoWriMo