Following the recent referendum in Ireland to repeal the eighth I have found myself intrigued with exit polls and statistics. Being a voter myself I pay a keen interest in which way the polls go. However, I am always intrigued by one number in particular. How many voters didn’t  use their actual vote! The Irish exit polls suggest that 30% of…

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Theatre review: Wicked

On Saturday the 21st of April I headed into Birmingham’s Hippodrome Theatre, with my friend Matty by my side and his spare ticket firmly clutched in my hand. As I looked around the theatre instead of being green with envy I was feeling positively….. Wicked! Confession time, I honestly didn’t have a clue as to the premise of the show,…
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Let’s talk confidence!

Following on from my post about my journey with depression. I wanted to talk to you about an issue that my depression has highlighted. Then and now I’ve never been the most confident of people and I certainly have never viewed myself with high self-esteem but over the past year, both have plummeted. I hate how I look and the very thought of seeing my own…
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Dining at Don Diego

Don Diego Not too far from the Birmingham Botanical Gardens is a dining establishment that radiates warmth and hospitality. Run by two brothers this family-owned Spanish restaurant really is a true hidden gem located at 8 Chad Square, Hawthorne Road. 6 pm on a Friday night, myself and three other Brum bloggers headed into the restaurant to taste the delights…
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Getting personal, how much is too much?

As a blogger of nearly 6 years, I find that I share a lot of my personal life on social media but recently I have started to wonder how much do you share before it becomes too much? In the beginning When I first started blogging I only talked about books on my blog and my social media channels. However,…
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