July Monthly Catch-Up!

This month has been quite a quiet month full of work, but with the arrival of sunshine, Gareth’s graduation and the booking of a trip for my 21st I am happy to say it’s been a fantastic one! Concerts: At the start of the month was the Buckingham Summer Festival where my brother plays every […]

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August Catch-Up

  I doubt that I’m not the only one who can’t believe that September is already upon us, but I for one can’t wait for Autumn. It feels like Summer barely even happened – especially with how fast the year is going – but Autumn has always been my favourite season. It’s not too cold, […]

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Hell-Fire Caves

Sorry about the delay in updating, I’ve had a crazy few days and haven’t quite got the hang of scheduling yet, I’m trying my best, and will hopefully be a bit more regular from now! On Friday, I had the excitement of finally having a full day off work, and with Gareth having just got […]

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Tennis Escapades

I’ve tried several ways to get more fit, and exercise more, but none of them have really worked. I find running a little boring, exercise DVD’s annoy me, and I just feel too self-conscious at the gym. But I still enjoy sport and have been determined to find the right type for me. And last […]

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July Reads

I’ve read some interesting books this month, and although I haven’t done one before, I thought I would give you guys a summary of what I’ve been reading this month and what I thought of them, in case anyone needs ideas about what to read, or just a good old discussion about different books! So […]

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July Catch-Up

Well this months definitely been a busy one! I kicked off the month with a trek to Dunstable to buy an electric piano to take off to uni. This was really exciting for me, even if I do now have a piano taking up the majority of my bedroom, because it not only means I can […]

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Southpaw: Film Review

When my boyfriend convinced me to go and see Southpaw, I was unconvinced at whether or not I would enjoy it. But being the loving person I am, I agreed to go and see it – partly because everything I’ve seen Jake Gyllenhaal in has been spectacular – and it was definitely the right choice. […]

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Coping with the Heat on Holdiday

Many people view the Summer holidays as a chance to get away, and perhaps more importantly, soak up the rays in an extremely hot country. I, however, am not one of those people. Although I love going on holiday and exploring new places, I find it very difficult to cope with the heat. So when […]

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Sorrento

Firstly, I want to apologise for not being so great with posting the last week. Secondly, I have no regrets as I was having the best holiday ever in Sorrento! Although we were only there for four nights, it felt both much longer, and much shorter. There’s so much to see and so much to […]

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Go Set A Watchman – Harper Lee: Book Review

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is one of those books that everybody’s read at some point or another in their lives (and if you haven’t you should be ashamed of yourself), and until now, Harper Lee hasn’t published any other work. However, two days ago came the release of Go Set a Watchman, […]

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