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A Simple Space- Underbelly

Let me start this review, ladies and gentlemen, that I am an expert theatre goer, normally. I never sit on the end of a row 20 minutes before the curtain because I know that others will inevitably have to squeeze past me; I always slouch in my seat if there’s a little person behind so as not to impede their view; most importantly, I always seem to know where to stand at the bar in order to get served first. What can I tell you? It’s a gift. Imagine my embarrassment, then, when I reveal to  ...

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What the F actually IS self care?

Do you ever feel like you can’t move without being bashed in the face by a trend? Like, a few years ago, everything was emblazoned with owls. Then pineapples. Then Cactuses. Now Flamingos are popping up all over the place. Who makes these decisions? (p.s definitely bought into all these trends. Our house is littered with copper and rose gold pineapple accoutrements.)  I notice it with phrases and lifestyle trends as well. We had ‘Clean Eating’ and lol look how well that  ...

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Hotel Pelirocco- Brighton

A few weeks back I whisked my lovely boyfriend off to the seaside for a weekend of SUN, SEA AND SAND to celebrate his birthday. Well, I say that, but it was more like DRIZZLE, PEBBLES AND CHIPS because it was a British Bank Holiday but we still had an absolutely belting time. And one of the main reasons why, was our hotel. Situated right slap bang on the seafront in Regency Square, Hotel Pelirocco is without doubt, one of the coolest, funnest joints I’ve ever rested my head in.  ...

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Learning to Love my Body

A lot has changed for me in the past year. New job, new relationship, new goals and along with those things, a new awareness of myself. I’ve written a lot before about my tussles with my anxiety goblin and my daily pill-popping, but I’ve never written before about my body. I suspect this is because I’ve always felt ashamed of it and hopeless about it in a way that I never felt about my mental health. But, in this season of new discoveries that I’m experiencing, both  ...

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