I said in my last post that my diagnosis has changed for me. It has made me think who I am and what I am and how I fit into this world. Even though I am coming to turns, I know I have up and down days and they're not going to go away. I … Continue reading My mental health story: How baking could help me just like Mary Berry
“Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision.” - Abraham Lincoln. On June 8th 2017 we all have the right to vote and decide on the next Prime Minister of the UK. As a country we chose to leave the EU and now we have to vote for who we think will be the best … Continue reading Reasons why I am voting in the UK election
I'm 30 years old. I have the right to vote, to buy a car and legally drive it, to marry someone and even to bring another human into this world. When it comes to talking about my own mental health story Do I have a right? Starting my blog I said I wanted to express … Continue reading My mental health story: Do I have a right?
Do you ever find a recipe? Do it once find it tastes delicious and store it in the back of your mind whenever you go make this, you re-do it again and again. Yes? This is my sweet potato fries (or wedges) recipe. I can't take the credit for it, as it belongs to Jamie Oliver. … Continue reading Best sweet potato fries ever!
You've heard the advice to have at least one vegetarian meal a week. In Windsor you are spoilt for choices on options and it makes it extra easy to go veggie at lunchtime. Here are some of my veggie lunches I've had recently to help celebrate #Nationalvegetarianweek. One. Provolone and Balsamic Vinegar from Waitrose. This sandwich mainly … Continue reading Food Review: Vegetable Sandwiches!
Some days I wake up and I don't want to get out of bed. I want to hide under the sheets and not do anything. Some days I just want to do everything and anything. Let's face it we all don't live in this dream world. We have to get up and battle through. As … Continue reading My mental health story: Learning to cope
The Tea Terrace in Guildford is on the top floor of House of Fraser on the high street. Walking through the department store and heading up four escalators you reach the bright and airy Tea Terrace. The Tea Terrace has an Alice in Wonderland theme due to the author Lewis Carroll who wrote the book … Continue reading The Tea Terrace, Guildford
Alnwick Castle is a large and imposing castle with a curtain wall and central keep, and adjacent to it are impressive gardens which have recently been reworked at great expense. The castle was built in 1309 and has gone through the Percy family through generations, i.e. the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. Alnwick Castle gets … Continue reading A wander around Alnwick Castle & Garden
So I haven't done one of these blog posts for whilst. I love wearing a great pair of jeans which fit my curves, bum and tummy perfectly. Dorothy Perkins frankie style jeans are my favourite currently. I thought I would show how I've been styling them. Leopard style - My leopard print top is from Very and … Continue reading OOTD: Current favorites
Is it me or did April go quicker then the other months this year? I do love April for three reasons 1. Chocolate, 2. Easter decorations and 3. Bank holidays. You honestly don't appreciate how amazing these are unless you work and to be told you get an extra day off, is a magical feeling. … Continue reading April Favorites