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Surviving Mothers day without Mum

As I put the vase on the counter and handed over the money, I felt a mixture of emotions. My initial feeling was happiness, because I knew Andy’s Mum would absolutely love this gift and it’d look super cute in her new home. That feeling was counteracted (unintentionally might I add) by feelings of guilt, […]

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A Sunday well spent brings a week of content

Ah Sunday… the supposed ‘day of rest’ (supposed being the operative word here!). For many people, myself well and truly included, this day signifies ‘Sunday Blues’, the dreaded fear and anxiety of tomorrow, of the ‘M word’. (It’s like ‘he who shall not be named’ in HP, maybe if we don’t say it it won’t […]

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Advice from a twenty-something to her teenage self

According to my loving boyfriend Andy, I am no longer ‘in my prime’ – what a charmer he’s turned out to be! Honestly, sometimes I wonder why I want to marry this guy *does over-dramatic sassy eye roll*. Apparently, once you leave platform 25 at the train station, you are on a downhill track from […]

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At home with Hannah: The Living Room lookbook

Yo MTV, welcome to my crib. (Wow, cringing at just saying that). In all seriousness, hello lovely people and welcome to my home! I thought I’d start a little series attached to my lifestyle posts called ‘At home with Hannah’. If I’m honest, these posts probably won’t be the most interesting thing on the blog […]

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Here at Hannah’s Happy Hour…

Hello you lovely lot! Thank you for taking the time to pop over to my little corner of the internet. As the blog name suggests, I’m Hannah β™‘ I am a 26 year old sassy Scouse bird who has moved to West Yorkshire to build a life with her best friend and partner, Andy (you’ll […]

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I blog because…

At present, I am trying to make a conscious effort to boot out the negativity in my life, and that starts close to home – with me. Unfortunately I’ve always been a bit of a ‘glass half empty’ kinda gal and I tend to consider the realistic outcome of things which comes across as negative […]

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