Wildflower by Drew Barrymore is one of those books I've wanted to read for a little while, but never gone purposefully looking for it in shops, if that makes sense? It was only when I was in Waterstones a few months ago, that I was reminded of it and decided to buy it. (Also picked up M Train by Patti Smith - loved Just Kids, so fingers crossed I'll like this just as much!)

We all love Drew Barrymore, in some shape or form, right? For me, I will always have a soft spot for the Charlie's Angels films. I remember seeing the first one when I was 9/10, seeing these three women kick butt which I thought it was awesome as hell. Also, it made me discover that I had quite the crush on Lucy Liu (which I still have to this day, 15+ years later) whilst not fully realising at the time that I wasn't straight. Oh, to tell your younger self that various actresses you thought you just happened to admire in the 'damn, you are an awesome human being' way were also women you had huge crushes on...



Wildflower by Drew Barrymore is one of those books I've wanted to read for a little while, but never gone purposefully looking for it in shops, if that makes sense? It was only when I was in Waterstones a few months ago, that I was reminded of it and decided to buy it. (Also picked up M Train by Patti Smith - loved Just Kids, so fingers crossed I'll like this just as much!)

We all love Drew Barrymore, in some shape or form, right? For me, I will always have a soft spot for the Charlie's Angels films. I remember seeing the first one when I was 9/10, seeing these three women kick butt which I thought it was awesome as hell. Also, it made me discover that I had quite the crush on Lucy Liu (which I still have to this day, 15+ years later) whilst not fully realising at the time that I wasn't straight. Oh, to tell your younger self that various actresses you thought you just happened to admire in the 'damn, you are an awesome human being' way were also women you had huge crushes on...


I truly am hopeless at updating my blog, which is something I've realised but not really done anything about. Somebody hand me the crown because Procrastination Queen has arrived. Which is a bit of a laugh, because I could understand if I was non-stop with you know...living life, being constantly busy. However, there is time for me to stop, and get a post or two published on here. But it's just not happened, because I haven't been feeling it whatsoever. The inspiration and passion vanished quicker than me when I spot a delicious cake.


I truly am hopeless at updating my blog, which is something I've realised but not really done anything about. Somebody hand me the crown because Procrastination Queen has arrived. Which is a bit of a laugh, because I could understand if I was non-stop with you know...living life, being constantly busy. However, there is time for me to stop, and get a post or two published on here. But it's just not happened, because I haven't been feeling it whatsoever. The inspiration and passion vanished quicker than me when I spot a delicious cake.

I'm sure you've seen various supermarkets selling 'wonky veg' and fruit that isn't deemed as perfect, which is a bloody laugh, sounds like they're trying to make fruit and veg have specific standards of what they should achieve to grow like. Grow however the heck you want, fruit and veg! Anyway, when I was in Tescos recently to get some frozen fruit, and noticed they were selling 'perfectly imperfect' berries. It was just over £2 for 1kg, and although I'm yet to use them for what I intended to - in porridge, I decided to make a drink out of them, because aside from drinking the teas I'm drinking, and water, (and maybe the rare hot chocolate now and again) I need a little...flavour in my life, you know? Plus I love a good smoothie/shake/whatever you want to call it. But making it this way, I'm getting whatever natural sugars are left in the fruit, not the bits and bobs that smoothies off the shelves put in theirs. It's quick and easy to make - in total, this took around 5 minutes? Which for someone as lazy as me, is perfect.

I'm sure you've seen various supermarkets selling 'wonky veg' and fruit that isn't deemed as perfect, which is a bloody laugh, sounds like they're trying to make fruit and veg have specific standards of what they should achieve to grow like. Grow however the heck you want, fruit and veg! Anyway, when I was in Tescos recently to get some frozen fruit, and noticed they were selling 'perfectly imperfect' berries. It was just over £2 for 1kg, and although I'm yet to use them for what I intended to - in porridge, I decided to make a drink out of them, because aside from drinking the teas I'm drinking, and water, (and maybe the rare hot chocolate now and again) I need a little...flavour in my life, you know? Plus I love a good smoothie/shake/whatever you want to call it. But making it this way, I'm getting whatever natural sugars are left in the fruit, not the bits and bobs that smoothies off the shelves put in theirs. It's quick and easy to make - in total, this took around 5 minutes? Which for someone as lazy as me, is perfect.


Things are changing. If you have seen on social media, I kind of deleted my Twitter (then made a new one with exactly the same handle because I am clueless when it comes to thinking up names), and put a post up on Instagram, saying how I was done with the Internet and even deleted this very blog! But now, I'm sort of going back on that. Ooops. Not necessarily in the sense that I'll be delving back into everything, being a social butterfly and all that jazz. Not that I was in the first place! But let's just say, I realised deleting this little place of my on the net was probably a foolish idea. I thought deleting it all and basically just doing it without too much thinking was a wise thing. Clearly not. To be honest though, not exactly known for having much up there in the brains department.


Things are changing. If you have seen on social media, I kind of deleted my Twitter (then made a new one with exactly the same handle because I am clueless when it comes to thinking up names), and put a post up on Instagram, saying how I was done with the Internet and even deleted this very blog! But now, I'm sort of going back on that. Ooops. Not necessarily in the sense that I'll be delving back into everything, being a social butterfly and all that jazz. Not that I was in the first place! But let's just say, I realised deleting this little place of my on the net was probably a foolish idea. I thought deleting it all and basically just doing it without too much thinking was a wise thing. Clearly not. To be honest though, not exactly known for having much up there in the brains department.

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