books, review, Wrap up

Reading Wrap-Up: Summer 2019

So I haven't really done wrap-ups for a few months, that's basically because I haven't read a lot of books the last few months! I read a lot of picture books, I won't mention these here because than we would be here 5ever. So let's have a look at all the books I read in… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: Summer 2019

drugstore, organic and botanic, review, skincare, vegan

Review: Organic & Botanic Madagascan Coconut Rejuvenating Night Moisturiser

My skin is my worst enemy. Ok, that's a bit dramatic, but considering I've got rosacea, acne ánd incredibly dry skin. Like really dry. To the point it bleeds in winter, dry. Try finding a moisturiser that works with that! This did one? The Organic & Botanic Madagascan Coconut Rejuvenating Night Moisturiser is formulated to… Continue reading Review: Organic & Botanic Madagascan Coconut Rejuvenating Night Moisturiser

books, non-fiction, review

Review: Queer, There, and Everywhere by Sarah Prager

Note: 'queer' is still seen as a slur by some people, and reclaimed by others. I prefer to use the term 'queer' to describe my own sexuality. This book also uses this because you can't put an identity on people that are no longer alive. Just because a woman has a relationship with a woman,… Continue reading Review: Queer, There, and Everywhere by Sarah Prager

books, review

Review: From Here to Eternity by Caitlin Doughty

I follow Caitlin on youtube, she's hilarious and so intelligent, and those are some pretty good reasons to read her books! Are her books just as great as her videos? Fascinated by our pervasive fear of dead bodies, mortician Caitlin Doughty embarks on a global expedition to discover how other cultures care for the dead.… Continue reading Review: From Here to Eternity by Caitlin Doughty

books, children's books, review

Review: the Morgans and the Jewel of Bar-Ran by K.T. Dady

Disclaimer: book provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Sometimes you just crave a middle grade. Something whimsical, something ridiculous, full of adventure, magic and just drift off in another world that doesn't need you to keep track of some silly politics. Luckily, the author contacted me if I wanted to read her… Continue reading Review: the Morgans and the Jewel of Bar-Ran by K.T. Dady