August & September Joys

It’s been a busy couple of months. I’ve barely had any time to watch anything on Netflix, although we did FINALLY finish Stranger Things S4! Any who, I’m so happy it’s officially Autumn. Crunchy leaves, hot chocs, wooly knits – my kind of jam. August and September have been a bit odd for me, health wise – I was highly…

Snippets Of The South Of France

We’ve just got back from our holiday to the South of France. There were nine of us and we had a smashing time. Joe and I haven’t been abroad since 2020 and well, since we got Archie. We’ve just taken UK breaks here, there and everywhere. We left Archie with the breeder we got him from and he was on…

Dealing With Grief

This has been sitting in my drafts for a little while. It’s not the easiest of subjects to chat about. I think of something to type up, then delete it, as it’s not good enough to publish. So if it’s a muddled mess of emotions below, please excuse me. Anyway, I thought fuck it, I could help someone going through…

July Joys

Warmer days, BBQ season, a spa break, healthy eating (for the most part), Wimbledon, the women’s Euro’s and exploring parts of London. July you have been lovely! If you live in the UK, you would have experienced the heatwave we had – it was a scorcher! I am enjoying the warmer days, it’s making me feel happier and I’m exercising…

June Joys

June has been a bit of a weird one for me and I don’t know if I should call this ‘June Joys’. I’m grieving at the loss of my nan, but have had little time to process it. Her funeral was a lovely but a sad occasion, I did a reading which I hope I made her proud even though…

Belated April (And May) Joys

First and foremost apologies that my April Joys post is so late, as some of you will know I took a break from blogging as I was having a major operation. I have a lot to be thankful for this month, firstly my op was a success, I no longer have my stoma, Moana. Other little moments of joy included:…

Finding Out I Have Endometriosis, 7 Years On

Now who remembers this blog post? It’s an oldie, and when I first had surgery to confirm I had Endometriosis. This was back in 2015. I had been told I have stage 4 endometriosis and would need assisted help to have kids. Fast forward to now, there’s a lot more information on Endometriosis, there wasn’t back in 2015. And turns…