5 Great Podcasts to Try

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This past summer, I’ve slowly become addicted to podcasts. Rather than running to music, I’ve been pounding the streets listening to a real crime serial. In the car, I’ve been listening to ‘mortified’ on repeat. I realise I’m late to the game in comparison with a lot of people, but […]

Book Buying Habits

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Earlier this month I was tagged in a “Book Buying Habits” tag over at My Eclectic Reads. Since I haven’t written about books or reading for ages, I thought I would give this one a go. I’m still attempting to read 52 books this year but am still really quite behind – […]

Edinburgh Festival Review: One Man Shoe

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Silent comedy perhaps isn’t the first thing I would think of to entertain children. I would worry they might be bored or distracted. But having heard the level of laughter emerging from the children at Jango Starr’s ‘One Man Shoe’ – I stand entirely corrected.    From the very start of […]

Edinburgh Festival Review: Oskar’s Amazing Adventures

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It’s always difficult to know whether my opinion is going to be shared by others. What if something is actually marmite? With festival reviews, I always try to look at the rest of the audience as well. Are they laughing? Are the children settled and happy? Has anyone walked out?! With […]

The Perfect Gift for Father’s Day

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In the UK, Father’s Day is rapidly approaching so once again, I’m faced with the question – what do you get the person who has everything they want? If you’re stuck for ideas then I really think I’ve found a solution and the Perfect Gift for Father’s Day. Obviously, there’s things […]