From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

"Last night I dreamt I went to Manderly again"- The famous starting sentence from a famous book, that was long on my list of books to read. However, before I put down my book review, I wanted to talk about how I 'read' this book. If you had asked me a decade back about my reading habits, … Continue reading From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

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My experiences at the hair salon- the long and short of it

Everyone knows how difficult it is to be a woman. I'm not even talking about all the serious issues like equality, safety, freedom, biological clock, etc etc. I'm talking about the not-so-serious-but-very-important part that comes with being a woman- grooming! Yes, I can hear all the collective sighs from my fellow women friends and readers😏 I … Continue reading My experiences at the hair salon- the long and short of it

September book review #1 – Be Awesome: Modern Life for Modern Ladies by Hadley Freeman

For September- my birth day month, I've decided that I'll read one book that might inspire me, one funny book with a strong woman lead and a last book of any genre, based on a recommendation from my Goodreads friends. So, I picked up this book as my choice for the book that might inspire … Continue reading September book review #1 – Be Awesome: Modern Life for Modern Ladies by Hadley Freeman

3 Tips for toddler-traveling parents- based on my getaway to Wetton in Peak District, UK

Let me start by saying, (and I think all parents can relate to this, even my own parents I think), that there are no vacations for parents. Children have vacations, single people have vacations, maybe even some newly formed couples have vacations. Parents, don't have vacations- some parents however, have public holidays and weekends and … Continue reading 3 Tips for toddler-traveling parents- based on my getaway to Wetton in Peak District, UK

August book review- Still Life by Louise Penny (Inspector Gamache Series #1)

My Rating: 4 Stars Book & Author: Still Life by Louise Penny (Inspector Gamache Series #1) Genre: Fiction/Murder Mystery The best part about being in a book club is that you get to know about some really amazing authors and books, that you might not have come across otherwise. Still Life, which is the first … Continue reading August book review- Still Life by Louise Penny (Inspector Gamache Series #1)