Life, wedding

Things to remember on your wedding day…

I know what you’re thinking… ‘Alright Chloe, when did you become a wedding planner?’ Or, ‘Yeah, we get it, you got married, shut up…’ Both are quite likely, both are totally understandable. Both are totally going to be ignored too. Although I never ever want to plan another wedding in my lifetime, I thought it… Continue reading Things to remember on your wedding day…

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Life

Sunday Catch Up #1

Hello! Happy Sunday! I hope you’re enjoying this beautiful Sunday - it’s bright and sunny here, but wonderfully, bitterly cold. I love it. I’m so hyped for it to get down to proper minus temperatures this week. Eeeek. While I’m super excited for summer, I’m a proper winter girl at heart. So, welcome to the… Continue reading Sunday Catch Up #1

books

‘The Taste of Blue Light’ by Lydia Ruffles – Book Review

Thanks to Netgalley, Hachette Children’s Group & Hodder Children’s Books for this ARC, which was given to me in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 out of 5 I was going to make this a four star review based purely on the last 35% alone, but a few small faults made me lower it by… Continue reading ‘The Taste of Blue Light’ by Lydia Ruffles – Book Review

Life

Why life plans don’t always go to… well, plan

The question you always get asked at job interviews, university, school, college, by friends over coffee, or on your Tinder date with cocktails, is 'where do you see yourself in 5/10 years?' I always thought I had a plan - when I was at school it was "oh, drama school, then moving to London, become… Continue reading Why life plans don’t always go to… well, plan

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‘The Wicked Cometh’ by Laura Carlin – Book Review

Thank you to Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for this ARC, which was given to me in exchange for an honest review.  4/5 Stars I honestly didn’t expect to like this - probably not the best opening to a review. It’s not at all the sort of book I usually read. Historical fiction, with running… Continue reading ‘The Wicked Cometh’ by Laura Carlin – Book Review

endometriosis, Health

Trying to manage endometriosis with diet – My experience

Hello! It’s Friyay! Wooooo! I’m looking forward to this weekend - we’re seeing friends and having Nandos tomorrow night, and I’m all about that quarter chicken and chips. Might even double carb and get some spicy rice in there… Mmm. Today’s post is a bit of an endometriosis themed post. I decided to write about… Continue reading Trying to manage endometriosis with diet – My experience

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‘An Enchantment of Ravens’ by Margaret Rogerson – Book Review

4/5 Stars Happy Valentine's Day! I hope you're having a wonderful day filled with love, whether it's a significant other, your fabulous friends, or your family - celebrate and share love with everyone today is my view! I meant to post this review last week, but published 'The Hazel Wood' review instead. Plus, the pictures… Continue reading ‘An Enchantment of Ravens’ by Margaret Rogerson – Book Review

Life

Why we chose to mini-moon then honeymoon…

Happy Monday! It feels like the weekend flew by. I woke up this morning and couldn’t believe it was Monday already. Still, at least it’s pancake day tomorrow, eh! I thought I’d do a little post about our honeymoon plans, and why we chose to do a mini-moon and then a honeymoon. Greedy, you’re probably… Continue reading Why we chose to mini-moon then honeymoon…

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‘The Hazel Wood’ by Melissa Albert – Book Review

Thank you to Netgalley & Penguin Random House for this ARC copy.  4/5 Stars I started this book a little bit reluctantly, I'll admit. I'd read some poor reviews, some reviews that had tainted my opinion of this book before I'd even started. There had been tales of it not being hugely fantasy orientated until… Continue reading ‘The Hazel Wood’ by Melissa Albert – Book Review