With the release of Red (Taylor’s Version), I thought it only fitting to throw a listening party for the re-recorded album on the day of its release. In this post, I’m going to tell you how I prepared for the party, and all the Red themed treats I had up my sleeves for my friends, from invitations to dinner.VIEW POST
With many of us around the world in various lockdowns, I’ve come up with 5 virtual Valentine’s date ideas that you can do with your partner or friends without being in the same place!
Here in the UK it’s pretty certain we’ll still be in a national lockdown by the time February 14th appears. Not only does this mean that traditional Valentine’s dates like dinner at a nice restaurant, or going to the cinema are impossible, but for many of us it means we can’t see our boyfriend/girlfriend/significant other on the day. So for those of you who are in that boat, I’ve got some virtual date ideas that you can use for Valentine’s or even Galentine’s day!VIEW POST
We’ve been in lockdown in the UK for over two months now, and whilst lockdown restrictions have lifted slightly, we still cannot meet up with our friends and family in the ways we are used to. As time has gone on my friends and I have got creative with different ways to socialise over the internet.
If you’d like some fresh ideas of fun ways to stay connected with your friends during lockdown then continue reading!VIEW POST
I was diagnosed with Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, also known as CVS, when I was 17. I created this blog post to share my experience with the illness and to hopefully reach some people that have been newly diagnosed or are struggling to get a diagnosis.
What is Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome?
CVS is a rare illness, that normally presents itself in children, where the sufferer experiences repeated, and or prolonged episodes of vomiting or nausea.
Personally, I have suffered from prolonged episodes of vomiting that occur relatively frequently, as well as a lot of nausea.VIEW POST