I know I’m a couple of weeks late, but did you know that 13th August was left-hander’s day? This the day when people like me can celebrate their left-handedness, the daily struggles we face and empathise with other left-handed folk about how shit it can be 😂😂😂😂
I can’t believe that I’ve been going to a personal trainer now for 6 months!! It still feels like a pretty unreal experience but I’ve been making the most of it at every session!!
Well there goes July 😬😬 We’re now thoroughly into August and it’s my birthday month. Woo!! I’ll be 35 so let’s mention that as little as possible 😂😂
Following on from parts one and two, I now have even more pins in my collection, oops!! I can’t seem to stop buying them! I mostly buy from the UK but occasionally branch out into buying from Europe. I tend not to buy them from the US as the postage usually costs the same, if not more, than the pins!!
When I was younger, I absolutely loved The Crystal Maze; especially the tasks where people had to solve cryptic clues to find the crystals 🙂 When escape rooms became popular, I vowed that I’d go and try some out, but I never got round to it 🙁
So when the lovely people at Handmade Mysteries got in touch and asked if I wanted to try out one of theirs, I jumped at the chance to give it a go!!
Holy smokes this post is up super late, isn’t it? I’ve been incredibly busy over the past couple of weeks with a lot of home admin bits to do, so I haven’t really had time to sit down and write or take photos 🙁
Sometimes life works out pretty great, doesn’t it? I met one of my oldest best friends, Charlie, on my first day at a new school (aged 14). We used to live really near each other and walked to school together most days.
When we were 16, she moved away, but we still kept in touch, writing letters to each other 🙂 She recently moved back to England, finding a place in London, which is the closest we’ve lived to each other for years!!
If you’re not familiar with the term ASMR, it stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Supposedly, specific aural triggers (like whispering, quietly tapping on objects, brushing microphones with makeup brushes or slowly turning the pages of books) produce a pleasant tingling sensation on the back of the neck and the scalp.
I cannot believe we’re about to enter June!! The days and months seem to be going super fast now. I’m definitely looking forward to summer, but I’d very much like it to slow down now please!!
Last weekend, I headed to the Brighton Cookery School (on London Road) to hang out with Ben from Mob Kitchen and loads of other foodies to “cook” two incredibly simple vegan recipes!