Nurse (Film) Review

Welcome to the next instalment of Jillian & Christa’s Great Blog Collab 2015. By now you know the drill; Jill and I take turns picking a film, usually something tasteless and horrible (certainly on my part) and then we both review it. It’s the cyber version of actually being able to hang out and snark together;… Read More

What I’m Digging: My Internet Wish List

I haven’t done a post like this since January and that’s a bit poor frankly. I’m a great consumer who’s always shopping, usually in the sales and usually within reason, but shopping none the less. I always have a wish list on the go, even (and especially when) I’m trying to be good. Maybe writing about… Read More

We Could Be Heroes #2: Alabama Worley (Fictional)

It’s hard to pick favourites when it comes to film, books and songs. I mean, there are so many amazing works out there, to pick just one as your champion is nigh on impossible. Plus, these things tend to undulate with your moods. I have two* favourite movies that always stick and they have something in… Read More

Four Years

Four years ago, on a freakishly sunny day, I got married. Corny as it sounds, the man who stood before me that day, was the greatest person I had ever met. He still is, despite the passing of time; the mild bickering, the shoes in the kitchen, the money woes that every person has, the bad… Read More

Who Run The World?

Just a quick meme from me today, with a longer post on this topic later in the week. This, reposted from @huffpostwomen on Instagram, is just perfect and a very good reminder that there’s enough room in the world for us all. Sure, sometimes we might need to check ourselves, but as women we should… Read More

Ravenous (Film) Review

I actually managed to get Mr Bass to watch this week’s pick with me, which is virtually unheard of. Usually I wake up early on a Sunday morning and watch by myself. But we’d both heard good things about this movie and never got round to sitting down to watch it, so Saturday night was… Read More

We Could Be Heroes #1: Daisy Steiner (Fictional)

Just before I moved to Brighton to follow my own path, I fell in love with a television show called Spaced. It was 1999 and I felt like it was written just for me. That it became popular, and then pretty much a cult classic later on didn’t matter, back then I thought it was mine. Specifically,… Read More