I’m going to let you in on a little secret, I’m not very cultured, though it seems that not many of us Brits are. Did you know that more than one in ten Brits have fibbed in a bid to make themselves seem more cultured?  A new study shows that popular fibs include claiming to have visited a place they have never been to, enjoyed a book they’ve never read, or eaten food they…

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Spring has well and truly sprung and with it comes heaps of motivation and sunshine. This week I’ve gone on long walks. This week I’ve had a clear out and donated bags of clothing to charity. The sun makes me proactive and determined and I like it! I like it so much that I have decided it is time to get fit. I don’t drive and so tend to catch the…

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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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