Review: Snooks Union Jacket

I have had this jacket for a year now but only just used it for snowboarding so can finally give it a proper review. Snooks is a new snow gear brand, for girls by girls, all their clothing is made in the UK and they aim to only sponsor UK skiers and boarders. They areContinue reading “Review: Snooks Union Jacket”

Review: Friendly Soap Shampoo Bar

I have been using this bar most of the summer, in various scenarios, so I thought it was about time I wrote about it. Firstly, I love that it has no plastic packaging, just a cardboard box. When I first started using it it was pretty warm where I was, so it dried out quick,Continue reading “Review: Friendly Soap Shampoo Bar”

Review: Turn the Ship Around! by L. David Marquet

A breath of fresh air in business managament theory, this approach makes a alots of sense and resonated as the type of system I would want to be employed in. If you have disengaged employees or are disengaged yourself then definately give this a read, maybe they/you want to feel a bit more responsible forContinue reading “Review: Turn the Ship Around! by L. David Marquet”

Review: Muslim, Trader, Nomad, Spy by Sulmaan Wasif Khan

History book about conflict in Tibet. I had hoped it would be told via story, like the prologue sample that kindle provided, but it was a bit more of a dry history book with small sections that were more personable. Still, I learnt alot about an area I had no previous knowledge, but my MumContinue reading “Review: Muslim, Trader, Nomad, Spy by Sulmaan Wasif Khan”

Review: Dare to Do by Sarah Outen

Made me dare to dream big, that I need to do a ‘proper adventure’, but also gave insight into how much logistics and money goes into that kind of adventure. Such a lot of distance is crammed into the book that she is able to skip past any boring bits which gives the book aContinue reading “Review: Dare to Do by Sarah Outen”

Review: After you Left by Carol Mason

I devoured this book in 2 days as it was the first fiction I had read in a while. Heartwarming story that you get inklings of in advance but unfolds in lovely or surprising ways. I wonder if real love is ever really like that depicted here though, but it’s nice to believe that itContinue reading “Review: After you Left by Carol Mason”