Monday Munchies : Zucchini and Parmesan Cheese Tots

These golden and green nuggets of healthy deliciousness are ideal for tapas nights or just to keep in your fridge for the busy week ahead. They are scrumptious in salads, wraps or just on their own with a hummus dip or garlic aioli. What you will need :  1 x packet courgettes (grated) 3/4 cup... Continue Reading →

Fem-Tastic Fridays : Ida B. Wells

The internet is a magical place full of thrilling stories about numerous badass womxn in history. I got lost in its enticing web a few days ago (when I was supposed to be doing adulty things like paying my rent) and stumbled upon a truly inspiring echelon of  fem-tastic baddassery  : The invincible force that... Continue Reading →

Fem-Tastic Fridays : Elsie Knocker

  Thanks to my mother and her historically fiendish ways, I discovered that I have a really cool ancestor called Elsie Knocker (29 July 1884 – 26 April 1978). Let's pause for one moment to reflect on how terribly great this name is? It seems as if she was my great, great, great aunt, or somewhere... Continue Reading →

Finding our magic in the squiggly bits

I dread conversations with 'adults' these days. I use the term loosely - since by all intents and purposes I suppose I am chronologically an adult myself - but I don't really feel like one. I am truly terrified at the prospect of making monumental, life-altering decisions. Maybe no one feels entirely okay with this and... Continue Reading →

  Things I have learnt today whilst making my first solo trifle (or three) Otis Redding, Bon Jovi and James Blunt make for a rather lovely, somewhat bizarre trio when making a trifle. Add sherry to everything always and always add more whenever the thought crosses your mind. Taking intermittent sips between layers also makes... Continue Reading →

Friday Morning Musings.

For some reason my brain dribble is particularly active this morning. I love finding old photographs of my parents and grandparents. It's so lovely to have a little peak into their lives prior to children and the seriousness of adult life. Catching a glimpse into a world you have never been a part of and... Continue Reading →

The boy at the bus stop.

Today has been a day of rummaging through my dusty loft and discovering old things. In a tattered journal I found a short entry from 2011. I was going through a blue patch and having a particularly rough day, when I met a strange boy who was able to brighten my mood. He was rather... Continue Reading →

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