The Mystery Blogger Award

A while ago Catherine of Shatter the Silence nominated me for the Mystery Blogger Award. Which is an award given to “amazing bloggers” with “ingenious posts”, so thank you very much Catherine(!), I’m very humbled by your nomination. And happy to get involved. Regular readers will know that I love tags /awards like this as they can be a great way to get to know the person behind the blog a little more. They’re also a great way to get Read More…

Our Favourite Co-Op Video Games

With many of us on lockdown at the moment it’s easy to feel lonely or isolated. It’s been difficult, to say the least; day to day life has changed dramatically over the past few weeks. And it’s so important to keep yourself busy while you’re safe at home. In the UK we’re allowed out for one hour of exercise a day, but what can you do while you’re safely stuck indoors? … Lately I’ve been pulling funny faces with my Read More…

Working From Home Tips to Stay Productive

It’s been a while…! Over 3 weeks to be exact, and that’s mostly down to the horrible situation we’ve all found ourselves in. To be honest, I haven’t felt motivated to blog recently. My anxiety is heightened, my dad is suffering from the coronavirus, so I’m also worried about him. And I’m just hoping things get back to some kind of normality soon. But until then we have to make the best of a bad situation. For me, that’s working Read More…

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tag

If you’re a regular reader you’ll know that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is my all-time favourite show. I’ve been watching Buffy since it first aired in the UK back in the late 90s and have re-watched it countless times since. Along with its spin-off show Angel. I know the show so well, I often find myself reciting the lines before the characters have the chance to. Which I’m told is very annoying by my family members! Buffy dealt with so Read More…

Seeing Cheltenham From Above with Light Up Cheltenham *

AD, Gifted | Cheltenham is one of my favourite towns to visit in the Gloucestershire area. The town itself is home to some stunning Georgian architecture, lovely parks, an array of shopping streets and more than 25 different events and festivals held throughout the year. So you’re never short of things to do. And with its close proximity to the Cotswolds, it’s also perfect for those visiting the area. But while you may have heard of its more famous festivals Read More…