• 2016
  • 2016 in Review

    Hey guys!  I know everyone keeps saying that this year has been awful, but it really wasn’t that bad. There were some good things that happened in 2016, and to be honest, 2015 was worse for me personally. In 2016, child mortality rates have decreased all over the world, and animals such as tigers and […]

  • fiction
  • Longbourn

    longbourn-jo-baker

    Longbourn by Jo Baker Publisher: Black Swan Pages: 442 • Pride and Prejudice was only half the story •   If Elizabeth Bennet had the washing of her own petticoats, Sarah often thought, she’d most likely be a sight more careful with them. In this irresistibly imagined belowstairs answer to Pride and Prejudice, the servants […]

  • Christmas
  • The Christmas Tag

    Hey guys! Can you believe Christmas is tomorrow?! I can’t! I wasn’t actually planning to post today but I was recently tagged by the lovely Meg at xmeganlisa to do The Christmas Tag. It’s been a while since I was last tagged in a post so I’m excited to do this! 🙂 So here are the […]

  • Christmas
  • Favourite Christmas Films

    Hey guys! I can’t believe Christmas is only two days away! I can’t wait! I’m really looking forward to spending time with my family, exchanging presents, and of course watching lots of Christmas films! Which brings me onto the topic for this blog post. One of the best things about Christmas is cosying up on […]

  • Christmas
  • Gift Ideas For Students

    Hey guys!     Believe it or not, students are actually really easy to buy presents for. Anything that will help them save money is always a good shout, whether that’s clothing-wise, stationery-wise, or around the house. Even food is a great gift to give students – I’ve included a few ideas in this post. […]

  • detox tea
  • Purechimp Matcha Tea

    Hey guys!   I’ve been hearing so many great things about matcha tea recently, so when Purechimp offered to send me a sample of their matcha tea, I jumped at the chance. Well, not literally, of course! So what is matcha tea? Matcha tea has been around for centuries. It is traditionally consumed by the Japanese, but […]