In a frankly typical turn of events, an idea I’ve been harbouring for a while, for a blog post, was recently written by someone else (probably far better than I would have managed) and went viral.
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impression that hotels should be nice and fancy (& a little pretentious), with an over priced restaurant and unnecessary room service. However, after staying in two Roomzzz apart-hotels, I am actually gutted that they’re not in more cities – I love them! (They are also incredibly priced if you’re on a budget!)
The lovely people over at Morning Gloryville Liverpool invited me to one of their super early morning (who knew there was a 6.30 in the morning?!) wake-up raves at Constellations, and intrigued, I grabbed a friend and decided to explore. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect.
Being engaged to the love of my life is pretty cool. Don’t get me wrong, this announcement is very often met with a look of disbelief – why on earth would someone want to marry you, you giant dork?! Honestly, I have no idea.
So you may have read my blog post a few months ago about my experience with counselling, and in it, I had promised to write a post about using medication to manage my anxiety. It’s been a long time coming, but I’ve finally sat down ready to write this.
My name’s Codie, and I LOVE steak. It’s up there with my favourite foods and is probably 90% of the reason I’ve not yet managed to become vegetarian. I bloody love steak. (I enjoy it medium-rare, so you could say I love bloody steak!). So when I heard about Wilson’s Kitchen in Southport having a steak special on a Wednesday, and our anniversary happening to be on a Wednesday, it felt like fate – or at least a happy coincidence!
As a child, Bank Holidays were when we went to the seaside. Never summer Bank Holidays of course, but on chilly, windy Spring days, we would pile into the car and head to Mablethorpe. As I grew up, and got various jobs, my opinions of Bank Holidays fluctuated. In some roles, Bank Holidays were a glorious, surprise day off; except …
Bethan is suffering a pretty bad book hangover – she’s not ready to leave behind the world of Howl’s Moving Castle and the only way to ease the pain is to blog about it,
Once again, late to the party (a book reading party?! That would be the best!), here are my February reads! Thanks to long bubble baths and equally long, but less fun train rides, I’ve managed to plow through a decent amount this month! A few of these have been sent to me from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. …