Things I Loved in January

I love me some January with the smell of ‘fresh start’ in the air. The weather’s uplifting, your energy is renewed and you feel like you CAN loose those extra 5 kg’s AND find the man of your dreams with time left over to start that pottery class you’ve always wanted to do. So let’s take a minute to send some props to January because it really does treat us with respect, like a one night stand who offers to drop you home in the morning. In an ode to this stunner of a month, here’s a little glimpse of the things I’ve been loving in Jan.

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Recent Reads – Winter Edition

Crank the heater, brew some peppermint tea and dive into some fresh sheets with a bloody good book. It’s winter time baby and what better way to get through this hellish season then to snuggle up and read? That’s where I’ll be until conditions improve and these are the books I’ve been hiding away with recently:

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10 Things I’m Really Loving Right Now

The weather here is colder than your ex-girlfriend’s heart, so here’s a list of things I’ve been loving in the colder months. Snuggle up with an energy efficient heater and a cup of organic Matcha and enjoy!

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My Summer Reading List

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Like a woman who threw caution to the wind with a groomsman at her sister’s wedding… I’m late. I know, I know, I really should have put my summer reading list up a month and a half ago but better late than never they say! So here’s a lil’ look at the books I hope to get my nose into this summer.

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6 Reasons Why ‘The Anti-Cool Girl’ by Rosie Waterland made me say ‘Yaaaaas girl!’

  1. Processed with VSCO with hb1 preset Processed with VSCO with hb2 presetFirst things first, the childhood references are more on point than a compass. Learning all the words to the slow talky part of ‘Never Ever’ by All Saints? Umm, yah! Recreating the famous Titanic fogged up sex hand on any window available? Of course! If you’re in your late twenties to early thirties you’ll likely be taking a trip down a very amusing memory lane.

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Lit Tease – The Princess Bride by William Goldman


The first time I saw The Princess Bride I was in middle school. And in middle school, there’s nothing better than the sheer thrill of the teacher rolling out a TV on that trolley thing that all schools (by law) must house their entertainment systems in. When that happens you know it can only mean one thing, it’s movie time!! *dazzle hands*

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