The Mystery Blogger Award

A while back I was nominated by two people – Ami from Undercover Superhero and Delta from The Dead Books which I’m so grateful for! Ami has a fantastic blog focused around living with disabilities and raising awareness, and I was fortunate enough to be able to guest post for her in the past on living with chronic migraine. Delta writes some brilliant posts on … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award

Walton Classic Vehicle Show/Crafts And Beauty Fair | Essex-Based September Show With Stunning Vintage Collection

Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex isn’t particularly known for its events, given that it doesn’t host many, but the Classic Vehicle Show that happens every September is one I always look forward to. This year they went for something a little different – the Classic Vehicle Show, as always, combined with a beauty and craft fair in the Columbine Centre! The Classic Vehicle Show There’s always a … Continue reading Walton Classic Vehicle Show/Crafts And Beauty Fair | Essex-Based September Show With Stunning Vintage Collection

At The Narrow Waist Of The World – Marlena Maduro Baraf | Captivating Memoir Exploring Mental Health And Panama Culture

She Writes Press provided me with a ARC of At The Narrow Waist Of The World by Marlena Madura Baraf so thank you to both publisher and author! I’ve really got into memoirs recently so was excited to read one in particular that explores both mental health and cultural shifts, two topics I’m very interested in. Synopsis Raised by a lively family of Spanish Jews … Continue reading At The Narrow Waist Of The World – Marlena Maduro Baraf | Captivating Memoir Exploring Mental Health And Panama Culture

Stilts Backpackers, Kenya | Budget Accommodation In Diani Beach That Feels Like A Luxury

In 2018 I went to Kenya for a month, taking a group of my then students with me as part of a school trip alongside Camps International. As well as a mountain trek the point of the trip was to contribute what we could to the country, and we stayed in a variety of different locations. One of these was Stilts Backpackers in Diani Beach, … Continue reading Stilts Backpackers, Kenya | Budget Accommodation In Diani Beach That Feels Like A Luxury

Dear Edward – Ann Napolitano | Literary Fiction Recommendation With A Profound & Emotional Story

I’ve been signed up to NetGalley for months, but due to so many author requests I haven’t had time to apply for anything! Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano is the first novel I’ve been able to write via NetGalley, and what an amazing book to start with and recommend. Synopsis One summer morning, a flight takes off from New York to Los Angeles. There are … Continue reading Dear Edward – Ann Napolitano | Literary Fiction Recommendation With A Profound & Emotional Story

August Wrap Up & September In Focus

It’s been a strange summer for me this year… The first time I’ve worked through the whole thing! Last year I spent an entire month of the summer in Kenya (in a staff role, but very different to your standard 9 to 5 work), and before that I’d have the whole summer off due to working in a school. I’ve only taken one day off … Continue reading August Wrap Up & September In Focus

Cordon Blue | British-Run Sea View Restaurant Full Of Character And Charm

I’ve been to Corralejo in Fuerteventura five times now and we always try and mix up what we do, however there’s one tradition that will always stay the same no matter what we do. That tradition is one of our favourites – visiting Cordon Blue for lunch as soon as we step foot in the town. The Vibe Cordon Blue is located in a great … Continue reading Cordon Blue | British-Run Sea View Restaurant Full Of Character And Charm