“A Happy Life with a Mixed-up Mind” I had seen this book floating around Instagram for a while and had made a mental note to add it to my growing non-fiction pile when I found it, smiling at me, on the ‘New In’ shelf at my local libray. In recent months, a few celebrities, working […]
Ahh city breaks, how I love you! I’m not a massive fan of summer beach holidays and would choose a winter city break over the former anyday. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy a cocktail in the sunshine, however everyone who knows me well would agree that I am near-on completely allergic to summer: […]
Everyone thinks they know Libby Strout, but no one’s ever looked past her weight to see who she really is. Since her mum’s death, Libby’s been hiding, but now she’s ready for high school. I want to be the girl who can do anything. Everyone thinks they know Jack Masselin too – sexy, aloof and […]
All my life I have had an irrational fear of going to the gym. Will I fall off the treadmill and wind up a sweating, bleeding mess on the floor? Will a muscled, brainless gym buff pester me about personal training sessions? How do I use those weird alien looking machines and why do they […]
This week I visited the ‘House of Minalima’ in Soho which is currently holding a pop-up Harry Potter exhibition featuring graphic designs from the films by Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima. Floors 2 & 3 of the house showcase distinctive designs from the films including packaging from ‘Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes’ and issues of ‘The Daily […]
There is no greater feeling in life than walking into a bookstore and perusing the endless shelves of crisp, unread books. Everyone knows I am a massive advocate (and fan) of YA fiction but I have recently developed an increasing interest in wellbeing and self help books. No I’m not depressed. No I’m not having a midlife crisis. But even seemingly ‘happy’ people can gain enlightenment from such literature.
Death is Justice is the only reality TV show where the power to save the innocent and execute the guilty lies in your hands. For seven days the accused must wait to learn their fate as the votes are counted. Until Day 7, Cell 7, when the wait is over, and the decision is announced […]