#LittleLoves – September 2020

Talk about juggling plates, this month has been non-stop and I feel as if I’m trying to split myself into four thus I’ve had very little time for leisure or pleasure. Though time is now limited, here are a few of my #LittleLoves from the past month. Read Oh to have the time to read for pleasure – sure I’ve done plenty of reading for work and I’ve kept up with the daily news but other than that I’ve not read much at all recently. Watched September has brought a little normality ‘back to the box’ and back into our… View Post

#LittleLoves – August 2020

As if summer is almost over, where the heck did the time go? Seriously, how can it be almost September?! I guess I’d best get with the times and give you the lowdown on August, here goes… Read I’d best hold my hands up and come clean; I’ve read next to nothing this month. Although I’ve got a few things stored and sat on my kindle ready to read, I just haven’t had the time nor inclination to bother with books. Watched Throughout August Paul and I have continued to watch ‘Call The Midwife’, though we are obviously snails when… View Post

#LittleLoves – July 2020

After almost an entire month of dank and dismal wet weather, we conclude July with a stunning but scorching sunshine day. Here are a few of my #LittleLoves from the past month. Read Other than the news, I’ve not read an awful lot during the past month. I have however been dipping in and out of my copy of ‘Seventy Eight Degrees of Wisdom‘ and I fully intend to fall back into my fiction over the next couple of weeks. Watched Having sucked various streaming services dry, Paul and I have since started watching ‘Call The Midwife‘. It’s not a… View Post

#LittleLoves – June 2020

Where on earth is the time going to of late?  It’s the last Friday of June already and here we are once again reflecting upon some of the brighter moments from the month gone by. Read I’ve spent the past month with my nose firmly wedged between the cover of many books and as mentioned last month – I downloaded some sample copies (the first few chapters) of Melissa Cynova’s ‘Kitchen Table Tarot’, Michelle Tea’s ‘Modern Tarot’ and Bakara Wintner’s ‘WTF Is Tarot & How Do I Do It?’, all of which I’ve since purchased and have read from cover… View Post

#LittleLoves – May 2020

And here we are at the end of May already, which seems to have come by quite quickly considering that we have spent the past ten weeks or more living in ‘lockdown limbo’. Despite every aspect of my life seemingly falling apart over the past few months, I’m choosing to stay smiling, even though that requires a forced grimace for the most part. Here, therefore are a few of my #LittleLoves from the month of May. Read It’s astonishing just how much comes to light during the darkest of times, tough times call for your true self – when things… View Post