January Wrap Up: Aristotle, Knives Out and A Trip to Narnia

January Wrap Up: Aristotle, Knives Out and A Trip to Narnia

Hello everyone and welcome to the end of the longest month of the year! I feel like the month has lasted forever and yet I have done nothing! I've started bullet journaling this year (mostly to habit track) and although it is nowhere near as beautiful as some of the ones I've seen online, it [...]

Best of 2019 ft. Shades of Magic, Avengers, Avatar and The Umbrella Academy

Best of 2019 ft. Shades of Magic, Avengers, Avatar and The Umbrella Academy

Hello and welcome to my best of 2019! It feels mad that we're not only wrapping up a year but a decade too (though I haven't done a decade count down, I honestly don't know if my opinions over the past 10 years are still the same!). The Reading Corner My Goodreads challenge was to [...]

December Wrap Up: City of Brass, Frozen II and Star Wars Episode IX

December Wrap Up: City of Brass, Frozen II and Star Wars Episode IX

Happy new year! I hope you've had a good last month of the decade (I know, mad!). December has been a month of hot chocolates, baking, Christmas markets and festive work events. Our work Christmas party was 70s themed and involved a themed fancy dress competition - the children's department chose to go as The [...]

November Wrap Up: Magicians, British TV and some Christmas Entertainment

Hello, hello, it feels like I just did my last wrap up (well, because I did just do it but shuuuush). November has been a bit quiet on the blogging front, but I think I'm finally getting back into a routine of writing (and if nothing else, I have numerous *ideas* for blog posts). Although [...]

Bumper October Wrap Up (and July to September): Picture Books, Childhood Films and The Umbrella Academy

Bumper October Wrap Up (and July to September): Picture Books, Childhood Films and The Umbrella Academy

So I have been away and I fell hugely behind on wrap up so here's a bumper one and the idea of leaving a gap between this and the last one is a terrible one. So here's my wrap up for July, August, September AND October in 100-words exactly! The Reading Corner A Midsummer Night's [...]

June Wrap Up: Female-led fantasies, Good Omens and Aladdin

It is July and I think it's finally summer in England, though there are news reports of hailstones falling in Mexico which is alarming. Global warming folks. It's been a busy month with both work and social commitments, hence the lack of blogging but I am brimming with ideas and discussion topics which I will [...]