So you've decided to take a trip to the Land of the Long White Cloud, Aotearoa New Zealand. Congratulations! You're going to have an amazing time. But where to start with planning your trip? It's a bigger country than you'd think but whether you're going for the beautiful scenery, the adrenaline rush, or the unique … Continue reading New Zealand: Must Do!
So little of solo travel is actually being on your own - the great thing about it is you can choose when to be by yourself. But I know that because of this, because of the unknown and throwing yourself right into the deep end with all of these new experiences, solo travel can be … Continue reading Solo Travelling as an Introvert and/or with Social Anxiety
While I only managed to read 3 books this month, they were 3 really good books. I wanted to take my time and enjoy them rather than rush to pick up the next one. This wrap-up will be a short but sweet one, so onto the books I read in February: King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo … Continue reading February 2019
What's Galentine's Day? Oh, it's only the best day of the year. The 13th of February is a day for celebrating lady friends, brought about by Parks & Recreation. And as Leslie Knope says, it should be a national holiday. Female relationships - both platonic and romantic - are so important and they’re not shown enough. … Continue reading Galentine’s Day Recs
My New Year’s resolution for posting more hasn’t exactly got of to the best of starts... But the books I read this month have certainly been great! Have I peaked too soon with these 5* reads or is this setting up my reading for the rest of the year? I’m hoping for the latter. One … Continue reading January 2019
Talk about a super last minute post (there's about 2 hours left to spare of this month/year) but I was rushing to finish my 50th book of this year. December has been so hectic especially in this last week, but nevertheless I managed to read 5 books again so yay! These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch ~ ✪✪✪✪/5 … Continue reading December 2018
As this year comes to a close, and I near my new reading goal of 50 books (!!) I thought it was time to do a sum of some of my favourite reads from this year. Looking back, I've got an average of 4 star reads, but the star rating is always so vague. Some … Continue reading 2018 Favourites