Valentine's Day Tea - DIY Tutorial

Tuesday, February 02, 2016
If you're looking for a simple Valentine's Day craft for yourself or that special someone, this is something you can do with just a few supplies you have around the house. 

You can watch the tutorial on my YouTube channel here. It's quick, simple, and sweet. If you enjoyed this DIY tutorial, please let me know! 

Back to the Bookstore

Monday, February 01, 2016

I generally don't like to create TBR lists because as soon as I add a book to one, the last thing I want to do is read it. For me, it takes something that should be fun and relaxing and makes it stressful. Reading is a past-time, not a job. 

That being said, I haven't finished a book since the fall and that's a really poor showing. On Friday, I got myself to the bookstore, and picked up a few new books to get me excited about reading again. I've chosen two books to tackle this month: 

I'm really looking forward to these two books. "Big Magic" in particular I've already previewed on Apple iBooks and it seems very motivational. 

I have plenty of time to read on the bus on the way to and from work each day. Maybe I'll even live tweet as I go? You can follow me on Twitter to see how I make out. 

Book Review: In the Blood

Friday, October 30, 2015

I do most of my reading on public transit, so I usually end up reading in hour-long sittings a couple times a day. Most books I can put down without feeling too bothered by with "In the Blood" however, I found myself arriving at work far quicker than I would have hoped. Time flew when I read this book and I genuinely didn't want to put it down.

Autumn Leaves Sun Catchers: Craft Tutorial

Thursday, October 29, 2015

The leaves where you are might be already on the ground or still green, but you can still enjoy some fall colour. Check out my newest craft tutorial - sun catchers in the form of autumn leaves. You can watch it here

Book Review: The Accident Season

The elapsed time between when I first discovered "The Accident Season" by Moïra Fowley-Doyle and when I placed it in my cart was under an hour. It was just one of those books that you see and you know you have to read it. It hooked me in several ways: it's set in Ireland, the plot is unlike anything I've encountered before, and of course it helps that the cover is gorgeous. 

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