And there I was. On a date with a wall.
I've got a confession to make; I'm tired of this heat wave, and I'm ready for normal service to resume.
Ice Cream for Breakfast should be read when most needed, and in delicious, bite-sized chunks – just as you would with your favourite tub of Ben and Jerry's.
Celebrating Valentine's Day as a single woman isn't a sign of weakness, and it's nothing to feel embarrassed about. I should know.
It's the most wonderful time of the year; but what is magical for some, can be unbearably difficult for others. Here are some of my favourite, easy ways to give generously this Christmas, and make a difference.
Brighton-dweller and kawaii-queen Becci Mai Ford discusses how she founded her own crafting business, Ellbie Co. and why 'making happy' is the key to mindfulness and inspiration.
In July I took part in Laura Jane Williams's first online course, 'Don't be a Writer, be a Storyteller'. Here are a few things I learned along the way...
Talk to strangers, live life spontaneously, and prepare for rain: twelve ways to get the most out of your first Edinburgh Fringe Festival experience.
Kirsty Bates, founder of the Homeless Period Southampton, talks about how she's joining the #PeriodPoverty campaign and making a difference in Hampshire and beyond, armed with tampons, towels and tenacity.
Corrie Jones, London-based Social Media Consultant, talks to me about how she started working for herself at the age of 23, and shares some of her own tips and tricks for successful freelancing and self employment.