Monday, 24 April 2017
Since the star of #Toddlerlife is now four, it's only appropriate I change the name of my series to #LittleManLife. I realise it's been absolutely ages since I shared a post in this series and I apologise, I'm shit, I know. But, if you've been waiting for it, or never seen a #Toddlerlife post before, here you go.
Friday, 21 April 2017
Content Warning: Sex, ableism
I've been pondering about writing this post for a while and although I've wanted to get it out there, I was also really wary about reliving this period of my life as it wasn't the best. At the time, I thought it was perfect, I believed it was how relationships went and I didn't really know any different. Now, eleven years later, I know it wasn't right. Although looking back, there are moments I remember when I knew it was doomed from the start.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
I'm a massive fan of Lee Stafford and if a product claims to give me beachy, big hair, I'm 100% up for giving that a go. I've been using the CoCo LoCo collection for about a year, and still really love that but like switching things up and trying out new products...I am a blogger after all. Oh, if you fancy seeing my review of the dreamy CoCo LoCo stuff, click here.
Monday, 17 April 2017
I adore homeware, I'd go as far as saying I'm addicted to looking at cute bedding and cushions. I'm pretty sure my boyfriend isn't appreciative of me constantly dragging him to home aisles in shops but he'll get over it. I'm also a huge fan of all things flamingo and tropical so the recent trend is right up my street. I love it all. I want it all.
Friday, 14 April 2017
A few weeks ago I shared a post called 6 Acts of Kindness I'm Grateful For As A Disabled Person; in that I talked about a few lovely things that strangers had done for me that had really helped me out and made my day easier, brighter, better. At the end of that post, Caroline from Pots and Spoons left me a comment stating that she wished she'd found this post a few days previously as a lot of information that is put out into the world is about the stigma wheelchair users face. As much as that is true and very common, it's also terrifying for a new wheelchair user. Not only do they have to come to terms with using this new machine, but they also have to deal with how society perceives them.
Thursday, 13 April 2017
I love prints; I have three gallery walls in my tiny bungalow and I'm always buying more (prints not walls). I have this vision of our next house having two bedrooms, with one room my makeup room/office and cute, quirky prettiness hanging on the walls. Think Pinterest-worthy office - I want.