Marian Keyes is back with another hilarious, touching and heat warming tale straight from Dublin. Amy has a wonderful life. An ordinary life but it's one she appreciates. She has a job doing what she loves (even if it doesn't always pay great), 2 and a bit daughters and a lovely husband Hugh who saved … Continue reading The Break by Marian Keyes. Review
I've loved Milly Johnson's novels since I picked up a sample of Its Raining Men in Waterstones, Meadowhall a few years ago. I was really excited to receive my copy of The Queen of Wishful Thinking from the publishers Simon & Schuster in exchange for an honest review. As usual I really enjoyed the book. … Continue reading The Queen of Wishful Thinking by Milly Johnson. Review
Remember that time you were standing your ground in your battle against racism and you said 'there are good and bad in all people' or 'just because one person of a certain race or religion did something terrible it doesn't make them all the same?' It's a great philosophy to have and one that I … Continue reading What does feminism mean to me…
It’s not often that we manage to be wholly happy with ourselves as women. I’m not saying for one minute that men don’t suffer insecurities too but as women I think we are a little more open about it. We’re the first ones to criticise ourselves be it our appearance, our personalities or our working/personal … Continue reading Why it’s great to be you!
I watched a short video the other day which unfortunately I can't remember where I saw it in order to reference! Anyway the video was about being a 'bad' feminist and was basically a run through of reasons you might think yourself unable to be a feminist. Some were silly reasons like am I a … Continue reading What Makes a Bad Feminist
My friend told me off today. It was during a conversation where I was gushing about a second date that had been arranged between me and a guy I had been on a date with earlier in the week. The telling off came when I mentioned that dating was expensive. Her basic point was that … Continue reading Abstract Feminism