Getting New Specs & Glasseslit Review

I’ve needed vision correction since I was 10, ever since my primary school teacher picked up on the fact that I couldn’t actually read the whiteboard from my seat at the back of the classroom. Back when I was a kid, options for glasses that actually looked good were limited, to say the least, and being 10 years old I… View Post

Sexual Health Week 2019*

Sexual Health Week runs annually in September and aims to normalise the conversation around sex and relationships for all people. Something I feel is still fairly taboo when it comes to sexual health is how much of an impact it can have on the rest of your wellbeing, from stress relief and mental health to physical side effects too. Let’s… View Post

A Little Life Update | Summer 2019

Hi! It’s me. It’s been a while, I know. To be honest, I’ve been having such a good summer that I’ve just not been bothered about writing or posting, and I’m not mad about that. But given that summer 2019 is nearly over, I thought I’d sit down and catch you up on what’s been going on. I’ve done SO… View Post

The Dockyard Portsmouth Opening*

*This post contains meals that were gifted for review but all opinons are my own. Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth is an area that’s often regarded as just filled with pubs and clubs and somewhere that should just be avoided at any time before 9pm when the drunk students come out in force. However, what people fail to acknowledge is that… View Post

Thrifting fashion & tips for shopping second hand!

The older I get, the more I’ve been thinking about the impact fast fashion has on the planet. The carbon footprint from making and shipping clothes can be enormous. Growing the cotton for one t-shirt can use 715 gallons of water, and that’s even before taking into the account shipping, and the effect of all the pesticides on the planet… View Post