The BFI London Film Festival Comes to Nottingham & You Could Be There Too!

*Sponsored post in association with American Express®. Next month, the 61st BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express® is taking place, and will be bringing the best of British and International filmmaking talent to our capital for twelve days. Excitingly, this year, American Express want to allow those of us not based in London to enjoy the benefits of…

The School Days // Starting Year 1

So, we’ve been back to school for a couple of weeks now and so far Year 1 has been quite different for Ava. Not that she’ll tell me anything about her days, but from I what I can gather, and from what I’ve seen myself it has been pretty different. Last year in reception in the mornings we queued up…

A Review of The People at Number 9, by Felicity Everett

I was really looking forward to reading ‘The People at Number 9‘ – it sounded like a great psychological thriller, and I was expecting to not be able to put it down, and spend a couple of days reading late into the night until it was done. And yet, now I’ve finished it I’m not quite sure what to make…

I Want Me Back

I haven’t really been myself this year and I’m very aware of it. After losing my baby earlier in the year I got very low and I feel like I just kept spiralling further and further down. Things have just seemed to get harder and harder all year. I’ve been worried about my health and had check-ups that haven’t gone…

Selfies With the Stars, at Madame Tussauds London

A little while ago I was in London, and had a free day to myself, so I decided to use my Merlin Annual Pass to visit Madame Tussauds for the first time. I had been looking forward to going for a while and was excited to take a selfie with Kim Kardashian, as you do, but as I got nearer…