My gosh has it been a while since I sat down to write. Hi! How is everyone? I’ve wanted to and been eager to write for so long and yet I just didn’t? Life has seemed busy but also so quiet and I just haven’t found the time or energy! But I’m back and I’m … Continue reading hello, again
As a note I'm not going to be touching on the Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders today but I will do a separate post about hEDS vs HSD. First things first more general information: What does EDS stand for? Ehlers Danlos Syndrome(s)! Ehlers Danlos Syndromes are a group of genetic connective tissue disorders. There are 13 different … Continue reading What is hEDS?
Disclaimer: If you click on the book it will take you to an Amazon page to purchase it. If you do so I will get a cut of the money made from the book however it doesn't cost you any extra! This is a great way for me to make a few extra pennies as … Continue reading 2021 TBR | AD (affiliate links)
This year I've decided to embrace the festive period by reading some Christmassy novels so I thought I'd share those all with you. As always full disclosure that there are affiliate links in this post - this means when you order through a link of mine I get a cut of the sale with no … Continue reading 2020 Christmas TBR | AD (affiliate links)
Well, Hi! It's been quite some time since I last wrote and over a year since I wrote properly whoops. I thought do a little update before I get to writing lots of stuff as I have so much planned and so much I'd love to share. Firstly I've moved! My fiancé, Erin, and I … Continue reading I’m back!
Don’t write on my Facebook wall, don’t send flowers or talk about me, don’t come to my funeral if you didn’t take social distancing seriously. Don’t do so if you ever doubted I was vulnerable, don’t do so if you continue to support brands who use IV poles and face masks as accessories in their … Continue reading If I die from COVID-19:
*this post contains affiliate links and books gifted to me* Not so different: What you really want to ask about having a disability by Shane Burcaw -I ’ve followed Shane for quite some time now and this is an awesome way to introduce disability to a child - although I think most people could get … Continue reading (AD) The books I read April – June (2019)
You may or may not have noticed that I haven't been around much since May. In all honesty, there's no majorly big reading just that life hasn't been the kindest or easiest. I also only have a few things to update on but I thought now I'm coming back to blogging it would be best … Continue reading Where have I been?
Credit to: Chloe for coming up with Face Mask Friday and all the good posts she makes! Simple have introduced a lot of new masks lately so I thought I'd try some of them out! I decided to begin with the 'radiance boosting sheet mask'. As always Simple promises to have 0% artificial perfume, … Continue reading Face Mask Friday – Simple brightening masks
*this post includes affiliate links* Christmas Stories by Noel Streatfeild - Beautiful. Streatfeild was my favourite author as a child having written Ballet Shoes and I adored all these short stories just as much. Highly recommend it! No Dragons for Tea by Jean Pendziwol - A book from childhood - we all need to … Continue reading The books I read January – March (2019)