Life Lessons from Queer Eye’s Tan France: “Naturally Tan”
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Life Lessons from Queer Eye’s Tan France: “Naturally Tan”

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. Since the re-boot of Queer Eye on Netflix, I have fallen in love with each of the stars. Not too long ago I wrote a review of Karamo Brown’s memoir and was … Continue reading

Monthly Favourites: June 2019
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Monthly Favourites: June 2019

June is usually a month for travelling. It is my birthday month and since My father died I have tried to go somewhere for every birthday. This year I got to revisit Sicily where I went on exchange when I was 14. Catania was the place that started everything for me. It showed me world … Continue reading

Monthly Favourites: May 2019
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Monthly Favourites: May 2019

Welcome to my new series on my blog called Monthly Favourites. I felt inspired to do this because there is so much more to me than books and I wanted to share some of that with my readers. So each month as an added bonus to your regular book reviews and bookish discussions you are … Continue reading

5 Life Lessons from Karamo Brown’s “Karamo: My Story  of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope”
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5 Life Lessons from Karamo Brown’s “Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope”

So to honour my inner bomber-jacket wearing life coach, I want to talk about the life lessons I learnt from reading Karamo’s memoir, Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope´╗┐. Continue reading

You Konmari-ed all your books, now what?
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You Konmari-ed all your books, now what?

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard about Marie Kondo and her tidying up as a way of life. Her two books on organising and cleaning have changed the way people structure their homes for good or for bad, depending on who you ask. Since the Netflix series came out, everyone … Continue reading

A Review of Historical Texts on the Death Penalty and How They Shaped My Opinion on Capital Punishment
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A Review of Historical Texts on the Death Penalty and How They Shaped My Opinion on Capital Punishment

Noose: True Stories of Australians Who Died at the Gallows written by Xavier Duff is a brief history of some of Australia’s most infamous capital punishment cases. The book opens with the Mile Creek massacre, which was one of the first times recorded in Australian history where white Australians were trialed and found guilty of … Continue reading