Cutting down our plastic use with Splosh cleaning products.

I'm trying to make a big effort to reduce, reuse and recycle. As part of that I'm trying to use less plastic. I discovered a company called Splosh. They sell household cleaning products, and hand soap. Splosh products are vegan friendly and made using plant based ingredients where possible. You buy a starter box containing... Continue Reading →


Ecoegg reusable bamboo towels.

I'm currently on a mission to reduce our household waste, last week the stars aligned and I received a coupon, from Ocado, for a free roll of Ecoegg reusable bamboo towels. I'd never even thought about using reusable paper towels before but we do use a lot of kitchen towel in our house. There's always... Continue Reading →

Geekerella. Book review.

The blurb: ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN ONCE UPON A CON. When geek girl Elle Wittimer sees a cosplay contest sponsored by the producers of Starfield she has to enter. First prize is an invitation to the Excelsicon Cosplay Ball and a meet-and-greet with the actor slated to play Federation Prince Carmindor in the reboot. Elle's been... Continue Reading →

Ecozone Soap Nuts. Review.

Since I went vegan ~ exactly one year ago today ~ I am always looking for ways to be more environmentally responsible in my shopping choices. Laundry is something I won't compromise on, I want my laundry, clean, fresh, soft, and smelling good. I was looking for more environmentally friendly laundry products and someone recommended... Continue Reading →

Still me. Book review.

I was lucky enough to receive a sample of the new Jojo Moyes book, Still Me, via Netgalley. The blurb; Lou Clark is back in the ALL NEW Jojo Moyes novel Still Me, follow-up to the Number One international bestsellers Me Before You and After You. Read the first chapter here! Lou Clark knows too... Continue Reading →

The Nowhere Girls. Book review.

The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed. The blurb; Who are the Nowhere Girls? They're every girl. But they start with just three: Grace, the preacher's daughter who unwittingly moved into the old house of a victim whose pain adorns the walls. Bold Rosina, whose heart has become hardened by all of the straight girls who... Continue Reading →

The Note. Book review.

The Note ~ Zoë Folbigg. The blurb; Love at first sight - based on the true story of one girl and her 'train man'... One very ordinary day, Maya Flowers sees a new commuter board her train to London, and suddenly the day isn't ordinary at all. Maya knows immediately and irrevocably that he is... Continue Reading →

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