Hello Spookies! Today I thought I'd blog about an event I went to what seems like forever ago. It was in July, so it basically was forever ago. The wonderful Liverpool Period Pride event was hosted by Alisha and Samantha and it was wonderful. LPP was in aid of The Whitechapel Centre, a very important cause. Many homeless people have no access to hygiene products during their period, which can lead to really serious health problems. We all donated plenty of menstrual hygiene products and raised money through a raffle and a second-hand stall and I'm super proud of everyone for how much we raised!
Saturday, 1 October 2016
Hello Spookies! It's October, the best month of the year, and time to embark on Blogtober! I've never tried Blogtober or a blogging-marathon before so fingers crossed it goes well, eh? I have a pretty intense month ahead, having just begun a Masters degree and being about to start working as seasonal Halloween staff in a costume shop, so hopefully that will give me lots to talk about rather than making me produce an inconsistent mess of posts.
Thursday, 29 September 2016
Hello Spookies! When I got accepted onto my Masters Degree course, Freddie took me for dinner to celebrate (I'm a lucky gal) and it was over dinner here, whilst chatting about his newfangled blog, that we came up with the idea for a collaborative blog series. So, here it is - Vegan Dinner Date - where Freddie and I each do a post about our experience at wherever we've had vegan food! Without further ado, here's the first post, all about the vegan food at Brasco Lounge.
Saturday, 2 April 2016
Sunday, 28 February 2016
Fentimans were generous enough to send me some bottles of their new Sparkling Lime and Jasmine Botanical Drink* before they launch it this March. I was really jazzed to try this as it has been described as a 'credible alternative to alcohol' by Fentimans. I don't drink and it'd definitely be nice to have something a bit fancier than lemonade to sip on when your friends are drinking wine.
Friday, 15 January 2016
Hi Spookies! For the longest time, I've been really interested in oddities and taxidermy collections and have found myself watching countless videos on youtube of other people's collections. I know lots of people think it's creepy or gross, and honestly, certain types of taxidermy and oddities I still find a tiny bit icky, but for the most part I find it fascinating and beautiful.