As Old As Time by Liz Braswell: Book Review

If you saw my birthday post, you’ll have seen that my brother and sister-in-law bought me a couple of cosy and tasty bits and bobs to use for a girly film night in, population: 1. Within it, was As Old As Time by Liz Braswell, which is part of the Disney A Twisted Tale series. The story – if you haven’t guessed already – is … Continue reading As Old As Time by Liz Braswell: Book Review

21 Thoughts I Had Whilst Watching Gossip Girl at 23

So, I’ve never watched Gossip Girl. I’ve heard a gazillion things about it, seen a gazillion GIFs about and still just never had time between my Skins and 90210 bingeing. That all changed last weekend whilst having ‘me time’, home alone at my parents’ and desperate to find something to watch on Netflix that I can’t normally watch. Low and behold I find GG, and … Continue reading 21 Thoughts I Had Whilst Watching Gossip Girl at 23

Suicide Prevention Day was too late for 3000 people in the U.K. It’s Time We Take Responsibility

I never write about mental health or suicide on their designated ‘world prevention’ days or ‘awareness month’. People kill themselves 365 days of the year, and it’s about time that people start to realise that everyday is a prevention day. 365 days is a long time, and gives everyone plenty of opportunity to care, talk, or – if neither of these happen – give up. … Continue reading Suicide Prevention Day was too late for 3000 people in the U.K. It’s Time We Take Responsibility

Repeat Prescriptions: Concept and Practice – What to Expect

T H E   C O N C E P T The concept of repeat prescriptions is cracking. Especially for long  term users: Cutting out the awkward monthly conversations with the doctor, and giving you a streamline process that simply involves making a swift phone call to order a new batch,  and picking up from the chemist: you’re done for another 30 days or so. … Continue reading Repeat Prescriptions: Concept and Practice – What to Expect