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Blogging Isn’t Dead – It’s Just Boring

Blogging Isn’t Dead – It’s Just Boring

Blogging isn’t dead; it’s just become boring. There I said it. Blogging is – or rather, blogs are – boring.   The funny thing is most of the blog posts I’ve seen declaring that blogging is a dead art form are from the ‘big’ bloggers. The ones who […]

Everything I’m Leaving Behind In 2018 (and a few 2019 goals)

Everything I’m Leaving Behind In 2018 (and a few 2019 goals)

New year, new goals. Time to leave things that don’t help you grow behind

An End Of Year Catch-Up

An End Of Year Catch-Up

I’m not going to start by saying sorry for letting my blog fall by the wayside because I’m not sorry *shrugs*. I’m so busy with my two jobs and university that updating this isn’t high on my list of priorities. I’m never going to make […]

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

And suddenly you just know: it’s time to start something new and trust the magic of new beginnings. – Meister Eckhart There was an autumnal chill in the air this morning. I woke up to a fresh breeze permeating through the room and pulled the […]

7 Books On My Summer Reading List

7 Books On My Summer Reading List

Every time I do a book round-up someone always mentions the lack of non-fiction. I never thought anything of it though until now so I’m trying to branch out a little bit from my usual favourite genre of psychological thrillers. I’ve never been a huge […]

The Vegan Kind Beauty Box Review – Cruelty-Free Goodies Straight To Your Door*

The Vegan Kind Beauty Box Review – Cruelty-Free Goodies Straight To Your Door*

I don’t usually do beauty posts on here but I am trying to incorporate more posts about veganism and shopping cruelty free so, when the guys at The Vegan Kind got in touch and asked if I wanted to review one of their vegan beauty boxes, I […]

Four Years Of Puttheworldtowrites

Four Years Of Puttheworldtowrites

Back in the day when the internet was still dial-up and not something I had access to at home, I would write. I’d sit in front of the old computer which took up half of the dining table and transform a blank word document into […]