Saturday, 25 February 2017

What I wear to work

My dress code at work is 'smart-casual', that dreaded phrase. What does it even mean? I still don't think I have it quite down. I apologise in advance for the fact all pictures are taken inside the accessible toilet, but it is the best place to see the whole outfit.

Its fair to say I tend to go on the casual side of smart casual...

Trousers Topshop
Shoes Topshop

Sweater Missguided
Jeans Topshop
Trainers Nike

Coat New Look
Dress Primark
Top Forever 21
Boots Topshop
Jumper Fat Face
Trousers Topshop
Shoes Topshop
Cardigan Primark
Top Les Miserables
Jeans Topshop
Shoes Topshop

What was your favourite outfit from the week?
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Saturday, 18 February 2017

Book Haul 2017

Just a quick little post just to let you know, a Book Haul is currently up on my channel! It would mean the world to me if you could like my video and subscribe to me.

Books mentioned:
Spectacles by Sue Perkins
Twist by Martha Collison
The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher
The Queen of Whale Cay by Kate Summerscale
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
All We Shall Know by Donal O'Ryan
Bloom by Estee Lalonde
Animal Farm by George Orwell
On the Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher
The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Color Purple by Alice Walker 

If you ever want to know what I'm reading follow me on Goodreads!

Whilst on the topic of YouTube and Books I would like to mention some of my favourite BookTubers, BookTube is a whole new world to me, so is exciting. I'm really loving Ariel Bisset, her passion and enthusiasm for books and life is intoxicating, as well as inspiring me to read Ariel brightens my day. Another favourite is Sanne of Books and Quills, she is originally from the Netherlands and currently working at Penguin! She has lots of inside knowledge and seems like the loveliest person. If you have any BookTube recommendations let me know.

Finally if you want another book post, click here to see what I thought of all the books I read last year!

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Saturday, 11 February 2017

Current Favourites

Welcome to my first favourites of 2017

My Scrap book
I spoke about my scrap book in my last post. I had two weeks off work because I needed to take some annual leave. For my days at home I needed something to keep me occupied, so I decided to finally combine all my theatre tickets, photos and posters all in one place to look through. I enjoyed the process way more than I thought I would.

LaLa Land
La La Land had been hugely hyped up, AND its a musical. Those two things meant I had to see it. I still have City of Stars in my head. I loved the dancing, the music, it was shot so beautifully. It deserves all its nominations, for literally all the awards ever.

La Cage Aux Folles
I had been looking forward to this coming to Norwich Theatre Royal since it was announced! I'm going to put it out there the plot line is a little bumpy. However this is in my favourites because of John Partridge and his portrayal of Albin/Zaza. It was as if the role was made for him and he was literally having the time of his life, despite the fact it was a Wednesday Matinee when I saw the show!! Oh and because I work at the Theatre, myself and the other usher's on a double got to have pizza with cast between shows on the Saturday.

Half a Sixpence
Half a Sixpence was my mum's Christmas present, admittedly I really wanted to see it... potentially thats why its extremely closely link to why she received the present. I went in not knowing anything, apart from at one point the cast would sing Crash, Bang, Wallop! My expectations were pretty high with the book by Julian Fellows (Downton creator) and music from the song writing duo Drewe and Stiles, I wasn't disappointed at all! In fact it exceeded expectations. The understudy for the leading role Arthur Kipp gave an absolutely outstanding performance. The whole cast was super slick and the audience were on there feet at the end. Even I was and I'm super picky about giving a standing ovation.

Pink Velvet Track suit
Loren and I went to the Missguided store in Westfield's, I literally felt like I was being followed around by the track suit. After it's persistence I resolved to try it on. I think then and there it became one of my new favourite items in my wardrobe. It quickly became a loungewear staple. Not sure if I will wear it all together out and about. I feel like a Kardashian when I wear it, so in my mind thats not a bad thing at all. 

I haven't had a new youtube channel discovery for a long while, granted Lucy has been on YouTube for a  long ole while and I am sad it took me this long to find her. I like all the topics she talks about and that she isn't trying to be squeaky clean. Its like talking to a friend - except she is doing all the talking. She also does covers, has great hair (please may I have) and I like her glasses.

Favourite Picture
This is from the say I went to watch Half a Sixpence in London, and I randomly stumbled accross Carrie in the street. I had to go up and say hi after seeing her in Les Miserables and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.What a completely lovely human she is.

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Saturday, 4 February 2017

My Stagey Scrapbook

Hello. Today I am talking about my Stagey Scrapbook. This has been something I've been meaning to do for a while. For years I have been putting all my theatre tickets, posters, cards - literally anything on the walls in my bedroom, but it was starting to get out of hand. This is when I decided that a scrapbook was the perfect answer. I have pages for shows I've seen and for shows I've been in. Below I have three different categories my essentials, my favourite spreads and my favourite details.


  • Colouring pens
  • Sharpies
  • Glue stick
  • PVA glue
  • Washi tape
  • Photo corners
  • Scrap card
  • Glitter Glue

Favourite spreads


If you would like to see more scrapbooking posts let me know.
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