Three months. I think this is the longest I’ve gone without posting on this here blog since I started it in 2017.
A love letter to less-than-perfect homes
While we’re all seeing more of the inside of each other’s homes on our screens, it’s more important than ever to be honest, accepting and non-judgemental about the places we live in.
Turning thirty in a pandemic: why I’m grateful for my isolation celebration
Not only was it the start of a new decade, but I would be entering it in entirely alien circumstances. While a year ago I would have imagined a good old family ‘do’, a large gathering, a night out with friends, a fancy meal, or a city break abroad, I would instead be spending the day mostly on my own, in the confines of my one-bedroom flat, as many others will have experienced this year.
Monthly Muses | February 2020
What an absolute whirlwind February was! My 2020 mantra of 'Less Is More' has been well and truly left in the dust.
Monthly Muses | January 2020
Yes, they're back. After a couple of months off, I'm kicking off this year's batch of Monthly Muses posts, and there's a fair bit to catch up on!
Poem | A Battered Goodbye
I am posting this the morning after the 2019 General Election. For many, now is not a very celebratory time; however, here's a poem I wrote about exactly that. Celebration.
Monthly Muses | July 2019
It's a little late, but nevertheless, here are a few of my favourite things from July. Get ready to do plenty of reading!
Poem | Building Up To This
I've been to a fair few weddings this year, and invitations are already rolling in for 2020; so here's a short, simple and sweet poem inspired by those who are Just Married.
Monthly Muses | March 2019
Yes, I know it's hard to believe I'm posting something that isn't a theatre review or a poem (#onbrand) but the time has come once again to share a few of my favourite things from the last month of my life.
Monthly Muses | January 2019
Let's have a look at what kept me going during the long, dark nights of January.