34% of Brits believe in ghosts and the odd paranormal experience. I must admit, after my own spooky event at Valence House in Dagenham, I am one of them.
Hidden away in a quiet Dorset village, The Golden Fox offers delicious meals, affordable prices, and a fantastic atmosphere. Here's why I recommend it!
Shockingly, or perhaps not, I will not be spending this Halloween night partying in costume. Even though it’s a Saturday, a boozy night out isn’t really appropriate for a pregnant lady. Instead, I’ll be spending the evening chowing down on…
Get to know my thoughts and feelings about Halloween and the spooky season a little better with this Hallotober Tag post.
For me, autumn always feels like a fresh start. That’s why I love it. Autumn is generally associated with mid-life in literature and the arts. Where vegetables mature and are harvested, we, people, characters, also mature. So, how could it…
Ian McEwan's 1978 novel The Cement Garden is short, gritty, and quite unsettling for a 2020s readership. Here's my mini review.
Being pregnant for the first time is a step into the unknown. Here are my top tips for keeping calm and managing your first pregnancy.
Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson is every UK visitor's dream read - a funny and insightful account of one man's journey to the corners of Great Britain.
Here’s another review to go alongside my Books and Tea reading challenge. I picked Altar of Eden as my Why Haven’t I Read This Yet? title, as I got it from a quirky bookshop on a day trip to Canterbury.…
Going back to school can be uncomfortable for many children, let alone after a pandemic. Read this to prepare yours for September 2020.