Good Reads: Spooky science & mental patient costumes

You’re feeling it, aren’t you? The switch has been flipped from summer to winter and as the temperature of the British thermostat drops to meet winter standards there are a couple of blissful weeks where the leaves fall like post-wedding confetti bringing chaos to commuters on train lines and joy to dog walkers and small…

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Politics Round-up: Women rock and is pink a dirty word?

It was International Women’s Day last Friday and lots of bloggers wrote posts in celebration of all things womanly. The ever lovely Lulastic hosted a link up which is brimming with inspiring posts, and her own letter to her great grand-daughter is both heart-warming and hopeful for the future of women. And the following also utilised…

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Good Reads: Thrush, depression & more

This is it, people, 2013. We survived the end of the World and the Christmas Binge and the repeats on TV. We’ve stepped over the threshold of a New Year. Even better, the schools have gone back, and routines that had been abandoned for the past fortnight (in my case nearly a month) are back…

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Travel Round-up: Cornwall, Copenhagen and Betty the Campervan

  I’m writing this round-up the day before we are due to travel to Suffolk for a mini-break in the country. By the time you read this, I’ll be back home again. I do hope we’ve had a nice time. If we have, it will be largely down to the blogging community which was on top…

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Craft Round-Up: Upcycling, crocheting & pinning!

I’m super excited that I’ve been asked to come up with this month’s craft round-up, and I hope I can bring some fresh blogs to your attention. Much as I love a bit of crafting, it’s not my only interest, so my blog is quite generalist.  I think this is why I’m drawn to similar…

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