Five things to read, listen to and watch for cosy autumn evenings

I get so excited for every season, but I love the cosiness of autumn as it draws in during September and October. I’m already enjoying eating pumpkin spice-flavoured everything even though Savannah hasn’t cooled down too much yet, and spending evenings curled up with cups of tea and books, as well as exploring things to…

Going Forward: Black Lives Matter Resources

Find the article from the above picture here, and read more about it below. Today’s post is a bit of a long one, with lots of links and resources, so please bear with me – but one that I feel is incredibly important to be here on my blog, even if I’m reiterating things you…

February 2020 in review

How is it the end of February already? I already feel like the year is hurtling by at an alarming pace! And I’m ready with lots of exciting new blog content, particularly as tomorrow marks the beginning of Women’s History Month. Posts have been a little slow, mainly because I have some news… I submitted…

House on the Hill: Edwardian Glamour at Casa Loma, Toronto

Want one of the most stunning views of the Toronto skyline? You’ll find it at Casa Loma, which literally means “house on the hill”. This stunning castle was built at the turn of the twentieth century and was so opulent it bankrupted its owner, Sir Henry Pellatt. It is full of beautiful objects and gorgeous…

Favourite Period Dramas: Darcy, Green Gables and Morse

For me, autumn always seems to be period drama season, and also, that means Sunday nights spent in front of the TV watching the drama unfold against the backdrop of different historical periods, whilst I drink either tea or wine and the weather gets colder. I love how period dramas can give you a feel…