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Paris & Reading

Paris is made for readers. With secret courtyards , gardens, and cafes on every corner, the city offers so many spots for a book lover to curl up with a great read.  From my research there are 756 bookstores to explore to find your next pick, mainly based in the 5th and 6th arrondissements onContinue reading “Paris & Reading”

Reflection On Closure

Yes, yes I know what you must be thinking, it is all in the past who needs to hear about it. However some people I know are having difficulty with gaining closure so I thought I would share this story for anyone that is interested in gaining closure.  Someone told me they are stuck inContinue reading “Reflection On Closure”

Stroll Down Roe Valley Country Park

The Roe Valley Country Park is a forested area containing part of the River Roe, south west of Limavady, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is maintained by the NIEA. The park is approximately 3 miles long and consists of mainly delicious, riparian woodland on each side of the Roe. The terrain next to the riverContinue reading “Stroll Down Roe Valley Country Park”

February – Month of ‘Love’

February. The month of ‘love’. One of the first marketing schemes of the year (before this was the whole ‘get back into shape for a new year and new you’). The month after the first month of the year. Where routines have developed or sinked. Where else could you be during the month of ‘love’Continue reading “February – Month of ‘Love’”

Reflecting Upon Entering 2019

Since August, owning my own beautiful and shiny white car – which is not that hard to keep as shiny and perfect as it just takes a little bit of effort. I prefer being the driver majority of the time, I find myself becoming very impatient as the passenger, driving around at all times duringContinue reading “Reflecting Upon Entering 2019”

Peugeot 108 – First Car Review

So, I have recently purchased my first car. My perfect car. White as it reminds me of pandas which are my favourite animal. And it is automatic. For a fairly decent price considering it’s transmission type, mileage, and the year. It’s a 2015 9,000 miles Automatic and it is beautiful. My parents purchased a 2001Continue reading “Peugeot 108 – First Car Review”

No Tears Left To Cry Review

On the 20th April Ariana Grande released “No Tears Left to Cry,” her first single from her upcoming fourth album. Earlier this week, the singer ended her social media break to showcase her new music with a single teardrop emoji. The song opens with a soft ballad, and quickly evolves into a more upbeat, very catchyContinue reading “No Tears Left To Cry Review”

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