February – a recap

We're already a week in to March so my resolve to write more this year is..not going so well. I have lots of ideas though so surely that counts for something! February flew by, the joy of a short month, and we're now racing towards Easter terrifyingly fast. On the one hand, yes please hurry … Continue reading February – a recap


January – a recap

January is over, hooray! The longest month, but we made it through. In an attempt to be a bit more regular at posting on here, I've decided to do monthly recaps. Hopefully it will also remind me at the end of the year of everything that has happened! So in January, I... Played 1 netball … Continue reading January – a recap

Looking forward, making plans

2018 brings me the dubious honour of turning 30 and although the idea fills me with dread, I do at least have another 11 months to get my head round it. The year is already filling up with weddings and trips and fun things and dull things and there's just so much I want to … Continue reading Looking forward, making plans


Moments from 2017

2017 was a huge year because we finally got married! But that wasn't the only thing that happened - here's my reflections on the past 12 months... The best thing I did...was get married! 'Best' doesn't feel like the right word for it, but it was obviously the highlight of my year/life, with 16 months … Continue reading Moments from 2017


The Sun Is Often Out

The past couple of weeks have seen a rash of posts across my social media feeds from brave friends raising awareness of mental health. From depression to anxiety, eating disorders to OCD, there are few people who can get through life without suffering in some way, be it temporarily due to various situations we find … Continue reading The Sun Is Often Out


How to get married when you’ve got no money

Apparently the average cost of a wedding in the UK is now over £27,000. That's twenty-seven-thousand-english-pounds. That's pretty much bang on the average salary for the UK, which is a huge amount of money to spend on one day. Needless to say, our wedding did not cost anywhere near that. In fact, according to my … Continue reading How to get married when you’ve got no money


Honeymooning in Croatia – part 3

So I said in part 2 that seeing Dubrovnik was one of the highlights of our honeymoon in Croatia. To be honest, the whole week was a dream and not just because it was our first holiday in 3 years. Croatia more than lived up to my expectations, and even had some surprises in store! … Continue reading Honeymooning in Croatia – part 3