3 Jul 2020

Getting Organised With Personal Planner & Giveaway


When it comes to being organised, I need anything that can help. Even though I use a digital planner for myself, I love a hand written planner to keep track of things that are happening with my daughter. My daughter starts school in September, so I wanted a planner that would be small and compact, and that I could jot down anything I need to remember for her. I love my digital planner, but it stays at home and houses all my hobbies, but I need a physical diary to have everyday events in.

I have had a Personal Planner for a few years now, and I love how easy they are to customise.  You can get them in a range of sizes, from their mini size, right up to A4, and you can have a number of different layouts. Today I am sharing with you my mini planner, that I will be using as a school planner for my daughter. I also have a little cheeky giveaway worth £39.99, which allows you to pick any planner on their site.

30 Jun 2020

Pixarathon 2020 TBR

My reading hasn't been amazing so far this year, and although I have had every intention of reading, I just haven't been too excited to read. I've been spending my time doing other hobbies, like playing The Sims and doing Diamond Painting, which hasn't left much time for reading. I also fall into the Twitter hole, and spend hours scrolling when I should be spending time reading.

When I saw that Lily was hosting a Pixar themed readathon in July, I knew that I HAD to participate. I love movies, and I particularly love Pixar, and so reading books alongside some of my favourite books immediately peaked my interest. There are a total of 14 prompts for the readathon, and although I don't think I will be able to read all the books on my list, I've picked a book for each prompt. I also plan to watch the movie associated with the prompt once I have read the book. I feel like this gives me a little bit more incentive to keep reading!

26 Mar 2020

Gigantosaurus - The New Family Platform Game {AD}


Gaming has always been a huge interest of mine, and I spent most of my teen years playing multiplayer games online. I knew that one day I wanted to pass my love of gaming onto my children, and now Elise is four, she is the perfect age to introduce platform gaming to. We've already built up a love for educational games like Zoombinis, and the Lego games. I've also introduced her to some classics like Spyro and Crash Bandicoot. When we were contacted about a new family platform game called "Gigantosaurus the Game" we were both really excited to test it out. The game is due for release on the 27th March 2020, and available on a number of platforms, including PC, Ninentendo Switch, Xbox and Playstation.