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Blogging & vlogging

An A – Z of Blogfest 2014: Part 2

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Last week, I wrote An A – Z of Blogfest 2014: Part 1. It is now time to embark on part 2 with the letters L – Z.  I must admit that I hadn’t fully thought this alphabet through when I published the first post. This second part is going to be tough. Wish me luck and please forgive me if I take a few liberties with some of the trickier letters. L is for…

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Blogging & vlogging

Sunday Stars – 09/11/2014

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Welcome to our brand new Sunday Stars linky, a place for you to share your favourite posts each week. A group of lovely bloggers and I decided to start this linky. We wanted to create a place where all our favourite posts from the past week could be easily shared. Then we thought why not let everyone else join in. And so Sundays Stars was born! We are going to take it in turns to…

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My ramblings

Role models, feminism and blogging

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Zoella was one of the first blogs I read.   Zoe Suggs, the woman behind Zoella, came across as a sweet and lovely 24 year-old with an interest in fashion and beauty. I warmed to her personality, quirkiness and writing style. She covered topics that I found interesting. I enjoyed her sweet friendship with fellow blogger Louise at Sprinkle of Glitter. And I admired the honest way she wrote about her struggles with anxiety. Zoella…

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Recurrent miscarriage

Stormy weather

stormy weather

  I think it is fair to say that the past month has been crap. Life has dealt us an unfair hand and we have lurched from one stressful experience to the next. It wasn’t meant to be this way. We’d just found out that I was expecting another baby. Mr H was on holiday for two weeks before beginning a new job and we had booked a few days away in Dorset. But the best laid plans of mice and…

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My family

A long hot summer – The month of May

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Today felt like summer again. But there are daffodil bulbs in the shops, conkers on the ground and my wedding anniversary and birthday are approaching. This means we are in the season of “mists and mellow fruitfulness”. It is definitely about time that I tell you about the amazing summer that we’ve just had – beginning with the wonderful month of May. (Okay, I know it is the last month of Spring but humour me!)…

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