Hello everyone! I’m sure by now you’ve heard of COVID-19 and are more likely than not changing your everyday life to try and stem the tide of the virus and keep as many people healthy as is possible. I for one am currently in isolation. My fiancé came down with symptoms of corona and as… Continue reading Quarantine Reads #1: Historical Non-Fic, Middle Grade Mystery AND THE CUTEST FICTIONAL DOG!
1 // Finish the Miss Marple series by Agatha Christie and start on Hercule Poirot I have been slowly (and I mean V slowly) working my way through the marvellous Miss Marple series by everyone’s favourite crime Queen, Agatha Christie. I ADORE Jane Marple, Christie’s mysteries are always tightly plotted and full of twists I… Continue reading 2020 Bookish Goals
Hello. Long time, no blog. I know, it’s been weird for me also, not spewing my random thoughts to the internet on a regular. A LOT has been going on, and blogging kind of fell by the wayside. BUT, I am back, and today I’m introducing you to possibly the biggest thing that has happened… Continue reading Introducing Tilly
You know those fears that settle in the pit of your stomach, and never go away? The ones that you dread, and try to convince yourself will never happen? The ones you bury deep inside and ignore the very possibility of them happening? Well, those fears happened. This time last week, I was in paradise.… Continue reading The worst day
If you’ve read this recent post of mine, you’ll know that I’ve been struggling with my anxiety recently. Now, I’ve had anxiety for years and I’m pretty used to the ups and downs of this particular mental illness, but the this particular ‘blip’ was a particularly intense one. My first question was why. Why was… Continue reading Lavender & Anxiety
Hello lovelies, today I have a bit of a different blog post coz at the moment I am in a gigantic reading slump. A few days before my birthday, I visited the nearby city of Cambridge with my family. Cambridge is a beautiful and world-renowned city of learning, and as I’m lucky enough to live… Continue reading A Day Out in Cambridge
OH READING SLUMP, WE MEET AGAIN. If you recall, I had this grand and epic plan to participate in the absolutely awesome OWLs Readathon in the month of April–a Harry Potter inspired challenge that involves picking a magical career. I wanted to become a librarian, and you can check out my TBR here. If I… Continue reading A Reading Slump | AKA I failed my OWLs