I’m a little late to the game and it took me a whole month to read and digest, but I finally read Period Power by Maisie Hill and I was not disappointed. My initial reaction was to give it five stars, but upon reflection (and reading some of the one star reviews on good reads),Continue reading “Period Power: Book Review”
You might be getting a bit sick and tired of lockdown by now and be looking for new things to divert your time. I know I am! I have to admit I’ve been letting my reading habit slip a bit this month in favour of nights tucked up on the sofa with my husband watchingContinue reading “Best crime thriller series available now”
As detailed in my last blog, IBS/Mental Health Update, my IBS has been a lot better than it was this time last year, but, because of COVID-19, I feel that I have taken a little step back in terms of improving the symptoms. This is especially because my tests and further appointments with consultants haveContinue reading “Low FODMAP Meal Plan”
Hi all! I hope that lockdown/quarantine is treating you okay. Personally, it was pretty smooth sailing to begin with, but this last week I have found tougher. I think it’s partially the weather. I have also noticed a dip in my IBS/mental health this week, leading to me taking half the week off. So IContinue reading “IBS/Mental Health Update”
This week, I thought I’d talk you through my history with a chronic syndrome: IBS. My original idea for a tagline for this blog was ‘Books and Bowels’, because I love reading and literature, and I have been reading more blogs about people’s experiences with IBS, due to a very bad flare-up last year intoContinue reading “My IBS Journey”
So this is coming to you a little late, given that it is now April, but I promise it’s worth it. We took a little foray last time into more lifestyle related matters, but this week we’re back talking books! So without further ado, here are my favourite books of 2019!
I’ve been using goodreads since 2012 to track the books I’ve read across the years, but I also love a good list. So without further ado, here is the list of all the books I’ve read since 2012 (in roughly chronological order)!
In this age of sustainability and caring for the environment, there is a lot of talk about how to make our periods more sustainable and environmentally-friendly as a person with a vagina. As such, I recently decided to buy some period panties and try them out for myself!
I recently watched a YouTube video on Five Year Plans by Hannah Witton and it got me thinking about the plans that I made for this year and how they relate to where I want to be in five years time. So I decided to elaborate on my plan and share it with you inContinue reading “My Five Year Plan”
Inspired by ab_reads on Instagram, I have decided to give myself the challenge of reading one book from every country in the world!