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Thoughts and reflections

There’s “someTING” about Maura

If I’ve learnt one thing from this years Love Island, it’s to never judge a book by it’s cover. When Maura did a cringe worthy wink on her VT entrance to the villa I thought oh sweet Jesus no, this girl is not my cup of tea. Fast forward a few weeks and my god […]

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Summer 2019: My plans and goals

I actually can’t believe it’s nearly the summer of 2019, time goes so fast! I love a good reflective piece so I thought I’d document what my plans and goals were for this summer – Enjoy every second of my holiday to Italy with Andy and not give a damn about what anybody might think […]

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Thoughts on: Facebook memories

Never look back, unless it’s to see how far you’ve come right? Well, that’s the approach I take when it comes to the Facebook ‘memories’ function anyway. Sure, it’s good to reminisce about significant moments in your life but in my eyes, it brings with it more cons than it does pros. Let me explain […]

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Twenty things I want to thank my Dad for

‘Anyone can be a father, but it takes a special someone to be a Dad’ Dad’s don’t get the credit they deserve sometimes. Rightly or wrongly, they are often portrayed as the absent parent, or the one who is underneath Mum in the family hierarchy. Sadly, this is the case for so many people but […]

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Oops, I’ve had a blogger wobble!

Ever since I created my own little blog, I’ve loved exploring other peoples corners of the internet. I’ve read some brilliantly written blog posts, which have reduced me to both tears and laughter; and I love to see the creative twists people put on their photographs. Nowadays, we’re all guilty of browsing through Instagram on […]

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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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