Despite being a woman all my life International Women’s Day is something that has mostly passed me by, or at least that was the case before I gave birth to my own little woman. I have been treated like crap in the past, a lot of which is as a direct result of my femininity, and I have just dealt with it, not even that, I have put up with it.…

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I was a child of the 90s and I loved it. The 90s were the best era for many, many reasons, not just The Spice Girls, although they were a big part of it. Our mobile phones came with Snake, but no internet. We created cool ring tones using the key buttons. Having the internet at home was a luxury that not everybody had. Those of us who did had to kick our mother…

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Roaccutane changed my life, for the better. Back in May 2016 I finished a six month course of Isotretinoin, a form of the roaccutane drug which is prescribed by dermatologists to treat serious acne. Roaccutane is usually prescribed as a last resort to patients whose acne can’t be cured with lotions, antibiotics and other treatments. In this post I am going to be explaining exactly how roaccutane changed my life for…

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching (tomorrow, be quick!) I thought I would share my ideas of what she really wants for Valentine’s Day, after all there are only so many personalised mugs/phone cases/love plaques that you can buy. When you have been together for ten years, like Spencer and I, you really want to buy practical, yet perfect gifts.   I’m going to start with a contradiction – flowers and chocolates…

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Welcome to my ‘Meet The Welsh Bloggers’ series, where every week I introduce you to a new Welsh blogger, or a blogger living in Wales. This week is the turn of Jamie from Explore with Ed, Jamie is a photography who writes about his love of food, travel and cruising. Firstly, tell me a bit about yourself and your blog … I’m Jamie and I’ve lived in the tropical paradise of…

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