Author: SeeTheUniverse_

February’s Book!

This months book is: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman This is a young adult book which won Book of the Year in 2017 as well as being put forward to become a movie by the one and only Reese Witherspoon. Author Jojo Moyes said that it was ‘funny, touching and unpredictable.’ With the Mail…

By SeeTheUniverse_ January 22, 2019 0

The Dull Month of January

I was going to write a post focusing on January Blues, but I have not had the motivation to complete it! It was a very formal piece and I thought it would be better, for myself and for my readers, if the post was more informal and light-hearted. I suppose you could say that my…

By SeeTheUniverse_ January 13, 2019 0

Grief and Mental Health

Grief affects people in various different ways, there is no set way to grieve. Sadly, we will all experience this feeling at some point in our lives, likely more than once. I have experienced loss, I have attended five funerals in my life, up to today, and each grieving process was different. So do not…

By SeeTheUniverse_ January 11, 2019 0

My Birthday Wishlist!

I turn 23 in two months time… crazy how fast the time has gone. I have been doing the usual online window shopping; you know when you add all of the things that you like/want into the basket, laugh at the total cost and close the window without making a single purchase? I am starting…

By SeeTheUniverse_ January 6, 2019 0

The Tracing Co – A Review

Some of you may have seen my original review on this product, but it was lost when I re-designed SeeTheUniverse! Since I still use the product regularly and I am super excited about their upcoming products, I thought I would rewrite my review for my new readers to see. The Tracing Co is a small business…

By SeeTheUniverse_ January 4, 2019 0

2018 in Pictures!

I have lots of fabulous memories from 2018 and seeing as we are coming to the end, I thought I would create a gallery post to not only share those memories with my readers but also as a way of documenting them and remembering them. I have many more pictures from 2018, these are just…

By SeeTheUniverse_ December 28, 2018 0