The Period Cup

Hello beautiful people!!
Thank you for joining me once again on my blog and you volunteering your precious time to read about my opinions or events of my life even though I am not a writer I tend to just pump my fingers into the keyboard as soon as something comes into my head for the topic! I am shit at story telling and tend to jump around sections so apologies for that in advance.

Now, first of all, I need to get this all out of the way first before people get their nickers in knots (haha) or feel grossed out (which they shouldn’t!) or feel uncomfortable..

YES I will be talking about Vaginas!
YES I will be going into detail!
YES I will be using the word PERIOD!
YES I will be talking about putting an object into a vagina!
So if you hate any of these things then, simple, DON’T READ!
😀 okay now that we have moved on from the “uncomfortable” issues that some people seem to relate to the above.. I also want to state I am in no way a doctor or trained in the female anatomy, I just happen to have lady parts that I feel I can share my experiences and personal opinions on so don’t hate or pick apart my words. Thank you! 😀

Where to begin!!
I am among MANY if not EVERY woman that HATES getting their period.. lets face it, it is never an enjoyable moment every month to have satan himself occupying our uterus from anywhere to 4-7 days and dealing with shitty cramps EVERY MONTH!!
In my opinion the only good thing about me getting my period every month is knowing I am not pregnant! phew!

Now, I got my period when I was 12. All of my friends had gotten their periods before me, gotten bras and they were becoming woman and I remember thinking before hand;
“what’s wrong with me, all my friends have gotten their period before me. They’re bodies look different and they have actual boobs with bras, but why does mine not look like theirs and why has mine not come yet?!”
we as woman always compare ourselves to others which in hindsight is not healthy but we are our worst critic and always want what we don’t have.

I remember wanting to get my period so bad so I could “fit in” and be like my friends. HOW STUPID. Anyway, my experience of getting my period for the first time ever was in the car on a trip coming back from Dubbo with my mum and sister, sitting there in the car waiting for the car ferry to arrive, I felt it…. it happened… I can’t really explain what I felt, I just sort of knew, I didn’t initially get cramps or any of that, I just felt… different.
I remember looking at my mum and saying “oh my god! it’s happened…” she knew EXACTLY what I meant.. We got home and went straight into the bathroom. She showed me soooo many different kinds of pads and I remember feeling terrified! I was 12 and confused as to why there were so many different kinds, like thickness and length.. I mean you get told a certain amount in “sex ed” class but until you are experiencing it you have no idea what to expect and it’s scary and all new. Needless to say I put one on and felt like I was wearing a damn nappy or a toilet paper roll between my legs! I hated it! Was terrible! I remember thinking “NO! take it back, I no longer want periods!” and we all know that’s not possible haha (unfortunately)
Usually when you first get your period it takes a while to regulate and become shorter, or lighter ect. I ended up going on the pill when I was 16 years old to help with acne problems but it was a bonus to regulate my periods on it also.. so I was happy.

My whole period life I have mostly worn pads. I tried tampons before but HATED them, they made me feel extremely dry and I just hated inserting something into my vagina every 3-4 hours or worrying about TSS (toxic shock syndrome) that freaked me out so I just.. didn’t.. I hated using pads also because they aren’t comfortable and I never felt fully “fresh” down there when I would have my period, especially during the hotter months.. YUCK!

Now lets get into the fun and interesting part, which is why I imagine you are all here! 🙂

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I had NEVER heard about a “Period Cup” or a “Menstrual Cup” before, I mean I suppose, really they haven’t been around as long as pads or tampons have been but I have only really heard about it within the past two years maybe less and even then I was like “haha, yeah righteo! who would stick a silicone object into their vagina to collect blood”
The idea of it just baffled and confused me.. I just disregarded the idea and moved on.
Until I recently started seeing more and more advertising and people whom I am subscribed to on YouTube talking about their experiences and how our waste on the planet is becoming a bigger deal and more people are talking about the health of our planet and how pads and tampons create so much landfill and pollution (amongst other things too of course) in oceans and land all around the world! think about it; every time a woman has her period she is using maybe a whole packet of pads or tampons which roughly consist of 12 a pack? MONTHLY, they take years to break down and every single woman does this, 1000’s.. think of the landfill this creates!!! I have never really thought about it in detail before but it makes sense not to mention the damn “pink tax” or whatever it is called that is on woman’s tampons and pads as if they are a damn luxury item!! they are NOT a luxury item and we as woman need tampons and pads EVERY. SINGLE. MONTH we don’t choose to have periods and we don’t choose to buy tampons or pads, we HAVE TO! So ridiculous! but yet condoms and viagra don’t have a tax and they are more so a luxury item than a damn pad or tampon is. BUT in saying that I am glad to hear (today actually) that they are taking the “period tax” off woman’s pads and tampons, about damn time I say!!

I started looking more and more into a “Period Cup” and doing my research to get more of an understanding on why this was a good purchase and why I should be considering this and how this would be beneficial to not only myself but the environment.
I was easily convinced to say the least AND they come in so many colour choices,
I of course chose purple (my favourite colour!!)

I should mention that I have taken most my information from this website:
Lunette Australia which, yes I realise that you could really just click on the link itself and go to their website but I thought I would just type bits here anyways :).. haha..

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The period cup, in this case “Lunette”, comes in two sizes.
Believe it or not, not all vaginas are the same size!! Crazy right?! haha.

Model One:

  • Ideal for a light to normal flow
  • Ideal for teens and young users
  • better if your cervix sits low
  • It’s a softer silicone
  • The stem measures 25 mm (1 inch).
  • The volume of the cup is 25 ml (0.85 fl oz).
  • Measuring lines: 5ml (0.17 oz) and 13.5ml (0.46 oz).
  • The diameter is 41 mm (1.6 inches) by 47 mm (1.9 inches).

Model Two:

  • Ideal for a normal to heavy flow
  • Ideal for mothers whom have given birth as your cervix may have shifted
  • It’s a firmer silicone
  • The diameter is 46 mm (1.8 inches) by 52 mm (2 inches).
  • The stem measures 20 mm (0.8 inches).
  • The volume of the cup is 30 ml (1.0 fl oz).
  • Measuring lines: 7.5ml (0.25 oz) and 15ml (0.5 oz)

You can leave these babies in for up to 12 hours overnight and empty it out every 2-4 hours during the day depending on your flow. I use model 1 and have gotten away with emptying mine about 3 times during the day; when I get up in the morning, around the middle of the day and before I go to bed! how amazing is that! I have also worked out that my flow is very much lighter than I actually thought it was whilst wearing pads. You can actually measure how much blood you collect with the measuring lines that are on the outside of the cup and because the cup collects blood you can actually keep an eye on your period health! Not only is all that brilliant, they last several years, no more spending your hard earned money on disposable pads or tampons every month, just whip this out! How I mentioned me getting extremely dry using tampons, using a period cup does not make me feel dry, up there, what so ever, it doesn’t absorb EVERYTHING in the vagina, it collects it so the cup allows your vagina to be able to naturally clean and lubricate itself whilst still doing it’s job.

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The one major problem I had once I had stopped taking the pill was not knowing when my period was coming each month, I would have somewhat of an idea but it was never locked in stone as stress or illness would prevent my period coming on the day it was supposed to, so it’d be late or it would surprise me and come early, I just never knew exactly when “aunt flow” was going to surprise me with her visit. With the cup you don’t have to worry about her surprise visit and not being ready and you not having a pad (or tampon) handy, trust me, this has happened to me countless times and it is not fun at all. Lunette comes with a handy little pouch that you can carry in your handbag or just place it in around the dates you think you are going to get your period. No dramas!

The other great thing about the cup is that if you insert it right it NEVER leaks! you can swim, run, do normal everyday things, WEAR WHITE PANTS with your period without the thought of “oh man, have I leaked onto my pants?!” you don’t have that worry because once the lunette is inserted and popped out correctly inside it creates a suction to your vagina walls and your vagina muscles hold it in place which prevents it from moving thus creating leaks! genius! You don’t even know it’s up there, honestly!

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  1. Comfortable: Soft and flexible rim – which I honestly was skeptical about not being able to feel but I can honestly say you cannot, 100% feel it.
  2. Reliable: A superior shape for greater capacity and comfortable, fixed placement. As mentioned above, you will never have a leakage issue as long as it’s inserted properly and popped open.
  3. High quality: Natural, highest medical grade silicone which is BPA free and no chemicals.
  4. Easy to clean: Smooth interior for easy cleaning. super, SUPER easy to clean!!!
  5. Easy to use: A cleverly designed stem, ridges and larger air holes make for quick and easy ins and outs. I did have to cut the stem a bit, maybe just below the second line from the top of the stem as this was SO UNCOMFORTABLE to me the first few days of having it in, which I will get into soon 😉

Okay so my experience using the Lunette cup.

I watched a beauty gurus youtube video which convinced me to order my own Lunette cup and try it out! I placed my order and waited patiently, It didn’t take long to arrive at all, maybe a couple of days. I was extremely nervous and over thinking it (like most things in my life -_-) but my period was coming, I boiled a pot of hot water and boiled it for 15 minutes (I think) as listed on the leaflet. Let it cool down and was ready to insert this baby into my vagina!
I go into the bathroom, nervous as all hell, I was just about to stick a piece of silicone in my vagina and not in a fun way!!! if you know what I mean haha (had to!!!! sorry!!)
Honestly it took me ages to even work myself up to even inserting it!! like anything, I was reading the little leaflet which is actually very helpful and straight forward. Bent my knees and went for it. You have to fold it for easier insertion otherwise good luck inserting it open!! There are heaps of different ways you can fold the cup to insert so it just depends on what works for you, my preference is the “typical C fold” which looks like the below. You insert it obviously rim first in the lower part of the vagina in front of the cervix. Like anytime when touching down there, make sure your hands are clean and washed, you are about to stick your fingers into your vagina and the last thing you want is an infection honey! Once you have inserted the cup in you are supposed to stick a finger up there and run it around the base of the cup to make sure it is smooth and make sure it has popped open, I struggled at first and it wouldn’t open up so I took it out and inserted it so many times before I actually felt it open up and got the hang of it. This took me two days and about 5 mins each time to get right but now it literally takes me less than a minute and so easy now, It’s like I have been doing this my whole period life! When I went to take it out the first time to clean it, I was freaking out. This is where your pelvic muscles really help you out!!! I find the best way to get it out and break the seal is to slightly bend your knees, use your pointer and thumb finger and pinch the base to break the seal otherwise it is VERY uncomfortable just pulling it out!! (do not recommend) once the seal is broken you wiggle it side to side before pulling it out and voila, empty contents into the toilet, wash it with the wash you can purchase if you have access to a sink otherwise use the wipes that are available via the website and insert it all again 🙂

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Another cool thing I learned about vaginas (in particular, mine) your cervix can move during your period!! I NEVER knew this at all. Before making any alterations to my cups stem, the first day my cervix seemed to sit higher as everything was fine, couldn’t feel the stem that much, it did stick out the tiniest bit, but after about 30 minutes I did end up cutting literally 1mm maybe 2mm off the stem, so the smallest amount ever as feeling it slightly was very uncomfortable for me but once I cut those mm’s off it was fine and I couldn’t feel it at all. The second day my cervix seemed to sit a lot lower as the stem stuck out a bit more and I had inserted it the same as the first time but the stem was SO UNCOMFORTABLE for me and rubbing and making it very difficult to ignore so I cut another 2mm off so now I only have juuuuust below the second line on the stem and it’s perfect!!! I honestly feel nothing the entire time I have the cup inside doing it’s thing! Once your period has ended all you do is boil it in boiling water on the stove for 10 minutes and voila put it back in it’s baggy until the next time aunt flow comes to visit you!! 🙂
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I honestly cannot believe how used to this I have become and I have to mention, I have only used it twice (two periods) and I will NEVER purchase another pad or tampon again in my life, hands down!! I feel so clean and fresh during my period now with using the cup!

Where has this been my entire period life, honestly, I wish this was a thing back in the day and I never used pads or tampons!! :O but I am a firm cup user now and want other woman to take the plunge and give it a go!
I guarantee you will love it and won’t want to go back to tampons or pads!
it has so many up sides and NO CONS in my opinion..

But yes, if you have made it this far reading my blabbering mess, then CONGRATULATIONS and thank you, I love you loads!! let me know what you think or whether you have tried a “period cup” and what you thought! I have only tried this brand so I am unsure whether they are all the same, I imagine not but I kind of don’t want to try another one, I love my cup! 🙂 Until next time! Love youuuuuuu xx 🙂


Our Wedding :)

Hello Beautiful People!!!!!!

I know it’s been a hot minute since I have had time to sit down and type some words into my keyboard *face slap* A LOT has happened in my life from my last post, how about we leave all of that for another post shall we….


As you know by the title of this blog —– WE GOT MARRIED!!!
and when I say we I mean my (now) husband and I on the 16th March 2018 🙂

Boy wedding organisation is hard work and I am SO GLAD it is all over! by the end of it I was counting down the days for it to just be over because so much drama and nightmares came out from planning this wedding Ben and I originally never wanted BUT in saying that I am glad we did have a wedding with our close friends and family! It truly was a beautiful wedding and we couldn’t have done it without my father, my nan and my mother in-law – we love you all dearly!

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My Sister, Tiffany and her fiance Josh made us the floor vinyl and the cute picture memorabilia!!

We had our wedding (reception and ceremony) at The Hills Lodge in Castle Hill here in Australia – it was so beautiful! This place was actually our second pick because the original place was just a hotel that I settled for because I didn’t want the whole over the top wedding and frankly couldn’t be bothered finding another place to view so we settled for the first one we saw. HUGE MISTAKE.
This place;
– which I won’t mention on here because I have more class than that –
really stuffed me over.. The lady whom was taking care of us and looking after everything promised me all these things on the initial meeting but when it came down to the crunch AFTER I had signed the damn contract she retracted everything she had said so mentioned to me that our guests were guaranteed parking on the night as they had 200 parking spots, guaranteed an ex amount of rooms for an ex amount price as we were going to be paying a decent amount for the actual wedding as long as the guests book fairly quickly blah blah. When I signed the contract and left the deposit, about a week later I emailed her to find out how the guests go about securing their rooms and car spaces and she basically turned around and said “it’s first in best dress and we cannot guarantee anything” anyways, it turned into this huge fight and she didn’t care or help us out at all and we basically lost most of our deposit…. it was honestly a blessing in disguise anyway as The Hills Lodge is beautiful!!!! no regrets there and our wedding co-ordinator was soo lovely – her name was Kristine Russell… She went above and beyond to help us out and to make our big day magical > it sounds super cheesy but she really did! She allowed our fur baby in our room whilst us ladies were getting ready! Isn’t he gorgeous! He was such a good boy the whole day, he even came over and sat on my dress just as the pictures were getting taken and positioned himself so perfectly facing the camera,
no one told him to, did it all by himself!!

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The bowtie harness was custom made by Bow Wow Ties in England. The material and quality is honestly amazing and such a decent price!!

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Our flowers were from Sydney Wedding Flowers my mother in-law organised them all and they were exactly how I pictured them looking, Messy and natural. I loved our flowers so much!

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My dress I bought as a demo version for only $300, BARGAIN!! – I cannot justify people spending thousands of money on a dress that you only wear for 5-8 hours and then never again, no way was I spending that crazy amount of money. My dress was amazing. I got it altered a little bit to become more fitted and the lace details were incredible!
Wedding dresses are not comfortable to say the least but at least I looked amazing 😉

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Our Ceremony consisted of just family and very intimate.
We dealt with certain people whom didn’t agree with our decisions for this but at the end of the day it was OUR wedding and not theirs so we stuck to how we wanted it, plus I didn’t want 80 people staring at me whilst I walked down the aisle!! No thank you!
We had my little brother Peter be our ring barer and we had a ring warming ceremony. It was so good just having a small ceremony!! Our celebrant Danielle was amazing! we loved her from the moment we met her, we didn’t look at anyone else! Her work and passion is incredible, we felt so comfortable with her and she made it feel homey and laid back and her smile was infectious. You can find her at Timeless Moments.

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Our photographer Kevin is such a great photographer. He specialised in candid natural shots which we wanted and we only saw him and fell in love with his work! He is such a friendly down to earth guy also – he took such breathtaking, amazing photos and he had this area in mind which looked woodland –  matched our theme!
This is located in Western Sydney 20 minutes from The Hills Lodge, it’s a beautiful place and he took the most breathtaking pictures there with my husband and the bridal party.

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The reception was fun and enjoyed by all apparently. The food was AMAZING!!!
It had such a homey comfortable vibe and just simple but elegant at the same time. Kristine did such a good job pulling everything together. We just danced the night away after all the food and speeches were done 🙂
The cake was by Celebration Cakes which tasted absolutely amazing! I gave them a picture found on pinterest and they replicated it and the florist put fresh flowers on the cake.
Our favours were done by Sticky in Sydney Australia which were personalised to have our names and a love heart on them!! *heart eyes emoji* everyone loved them but we for sure have sooo much left overs – but hey! I’m not complaining!!!!

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I hope you enjoyed some of the photos and until next time!
🙂 xx

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My Absence


(image not mine – from google)

Where have I been?
So I know some of you may be wondering where I have been and whether I am still posting (well I’m hoping some..) but I have been dealing with some personal issues for about 3-4 months now I suppose, some of you who are close to me will know the details and things but basically, it’s my mum and if I were to say it’s not hard, then I’d be lying.. It’s been difficult but I have my family and close friends whom are there for me. I am not going to go into details or anything of what’s happened (so please don’t ask) because I feel like that’s a little inappropriate and very personal but let’s just say she has been in hospital for about 4 or maybe more months now. She’s okay and better, but it’s been a long time without any progress in general, set backs and close calls but she’s okay and things are finally starting to happen, thank god! finally! Some life changes that are in progress currently to improve her life as much as can be done so I will post again soon I just have obviously been busy dealing with that as best as I can and trying to stay positive and get along with my life daily. Hope you guys understand.
Thank you again for all who have been there, we appreciate it!

Till next time *kiss* xx

Abandoned Queen Victoria Sanatorium. .

Monday 12th June 2017 –> So our good friend Keegan told us about this abandoned hospital/sanitarium he had been to and explored before and mentioned that we should check out so we organised to go up there with him and do some exploring!!

It’s located up the Blue Mountains in Western Sydney, it’s about an hour drive from where we live and very cold during winter time {brrrrrrr}

19181934_10210524171634535_904004496_o19125119_10210524171994544_1503702274_o19179220_10210524171954543_1419597651_oI was a bit worried as to whether we’d actually be able to get in because a blog post I stumbled across whilst looking up history of this place stated that you needed to ask the “caretaker” for permission before stepping foot on the property because it is a private property and owned {which in hind site, we were trespassing BUT we weren’t going to trash the place or take anything we simply wanted to get some cool shots and video} and that the whole place was covered in CCTV.

But when we got there we had to walk through quite a bit of bush and trees to access the area and the whole property has two fences barricading it with barbed wire. Keegan mentioned there was a hole somewhere in the fence to which I was like Phew!! we don’t need to jump the fence!! WRONG, we didn’t end up finding the hole in the fence so we had to jump over -_- we managed to find a section where people have obviously used before as the barbed wire had been pushed up and the fence itself had been bent so it wasn’t too bad I guess, we jumped that then another little fence and we were in, it wasn’t too bad {could have been worse}.

It was interesting, there were tiny little buildings scattered {but not big enough to be called a house or retreat, well maybe they were, given the age this was built I guess} leading up to the “main” building and little type stables outside that were completely ruined. To be honest I couldn’t really tell what was the main entrance to the building until after we left but we had entered from the back of the hospital from what it seemed.

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Like always {and most abandoned places here} they are completely trashed and covered in graffiti. This Graffiti was by far the coolest in the WHOLE building, the others were just crappy graffs.


The Queen Victoria Hospital group is of outstanding importance as a purpose designed sanatorium of the Edwardian period. In 1890 Kelso King and his first wife, Irene Rand bought the land and built the hospital after they built their main house. Irene Rand died in 1900 and Soon after her death, Kelso King sold his Tableland house to the Committee of the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Homes for Consumptives Fund, which had been working since 1897 towards providing better facilities for those suffering from tuberculosis. The home had 41 beds, 14 for female and 27 for male patients. The complex on Kings Tableland remained a chest hospital until 1958 when it was converted to a hospital for the aged and chronically ill, which involved a good deal of reorganisation of the wards and facilities. In 1988 the management of the home was taken over by the Wentworth Area Health Service.
It continued as a nursing home until its closure in May 1999.


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I hope you guys enjoyed it 🙂 I have also made a YouTube video about this with more footage on my YouTube channel if you want to check it out 🙂 –> 

***the video is up!!!***

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Gloomy Cold Day?

So I am currently sitting under a heated blanket with a pug slouched on my lap as It’s currently a gloomy, rainy, yucky weather day here in Western Sydney, Australia right now and I think someone said it will be allllllll week… I hope they’re wrong!
Don’t get me wrong, I usually don’t mind this type of weather when I can stay in bed or snuggled up on the lounge all day in my PJs with Axle and/or Ben watching movies and drinking tea but we can’t have everything.

So what better to do on a day like this? COLOUR IN!
Yes you heard me right, **colour in**

I have a slight obsession with adult colouring books {however, some will say different}
and not one book is fully done! I know, I have a problem **face palm**
I see a cute nature/animal book and I HAVE to have it haha.


This is my current situation! It doesn’t actually look like heaps here in this photo but whatever. Some I haven’t even started yet and others I’ve done a few full pages and others I’ve started the pages but haven’t even finished, like their partially done, haha.

Listed from left to right: {all websites below are the Australian version}


These are my obsession!! I love these pens and pencils, they’re my holy grail!

The pencils are Derwent and they were Bens but they ended up collecting dust in the corner of his room so I purchased them off him like 6 or so years ago and put them to good use. These were very expensive I remember him saying. I LOVE THESE!! I fell inlove. Anyone knows what a good brand Derwent is, great colour pigmentation, great quality and super smooth. {I could not find a link for this exact set online other than 72 pack ones and this one is a 120 pack.}

The top centre pens are Staedtler Fibre Tips – I have had these for at least 4 years and they are still as good as the day I bought them, they are so smooth, great pigmentation, they are sort of like a texta but not as thick in my opinion, better, as you can control the thickness and how hard you push for the colour yet you still have control over the pen at keeping in the lines!

The middle centre pens are Stabilo Point 88 Mini – These are great for the little ones {or people with small hands} They are still great thin/fine pens that glide smoothly and give great pigmentation given that these pens are so thin and fine. I have had these for about 4 years also but some haven’t lasted as long as other colours which is expected due to them being a MINI size. I don’t overly like the size, I would prefer the normal sized ones and if you are using them for a long period of time they can feel uncomfortable after a while. None the less they are still a great pen no doubt.

The bottom left pens are Stabilo Point 88 Neon – These are still the great thin pens that glide smoothly, give great pigmentation they also give that look of a thin highlighter almost and are still going strong 4 years later.

The bottom right pens are some of the Stabilo Point 88 Assorted pens. These come in a pack which does include the neon ones but I bought these individually.
These too are a great thin pen that glide smoothly, give great pigmentation and are too going strong 4 years later.


This is my current favourite colouring book at the moment 🙂

So if you enjoy colouring and being creative colour wise then I recommend you get some adult colouring books – You wont regret it 😉

Introducing Myself


My name is Stacey Ann Elliott – Nice to meet you! 🙂

>> side note; my name was going to be Anastasia but my Dad didn’t like that name so they settled for Stacey Ann <<

I am 25 years of age and don’t look it, which does make me feel old if I think about it being half way to 50 but I can get away with that I guess as I do have a baby face, or as my nan likes to call it “Pixie Face” *sigh*
I have 8 tattoos {and plan on getting MORE} bright red hair and I classify myself to be quite introvert at the most of times. Animals are a HUGE passion in my life – I have a Pet Sitting/Dog Walking hobby/business and am studying online to gain my Companion Animals cert 4. I am a movie addict ESPECIALLY horror/thriller; I do enjoy action, comedy, children/disney movies and the odd romantic. I am an avid PenPaler and have several overseas and Australian pen pal friends whom I LOVE TO BITS

My parents are divorced; my dad re-married and had two children whom are my step siblings, Zoe – 14 and Peter – 10 {OMG where has the time gone!} My mum did re-marry also but later divorced and currently is not involved with anyone.

I am engaged to the MOST LOVING man on this planet, Ben. We have been together for almost 8 years {this August} and we live together with our fur baby, Axle – he is a 2 year old fawn pug to whom is a complete mammas boy to say the least and yes, I do spoil him – my excuse is that dogs are only here for a short period of our lives {which is totally unfair!} and they deserve to be spoilt every single day of their lives so I don’t see any other option 🙂


So that’s a little about me – there’s more to come.
I hope you stick around and see what I have planned for this blog.
I plan to pretty much write about anything and everything, there’s not going to be a set out theme for this blog as I dabble in a lot of different things so expect to see posts about makeup, stationary, pen palling, animals, travelling, home decor, food, skin care products, technology, product reviews ect 🙂 hope to see you on this journey!!!