What can we learn from Haute Couture

Every year Paris opens its doors to the glorious celebration of creativity that is Paris Haute Couture Week. A whole week dedicated to everything glamorous, beautiful, unique, and expensive within the world of fashion. These are the great fashion houses that influence...

Smoothies, Blogging, and Me

I wrote this essay originally in 2016 for a university module on Heritage, History and Identity. The original question was "Identify a type of food or drink that you consider to represent some aspect of your identity (ethnic, regional, religious, social class, gender,...

What The DUFF Means Post-School

Confession time. I love cheesy American high school films. I even love the not so cheesy ones. Classics like The Breakfast Class are eternal in their representations of the labels we have to deal with as teens, whether you're at high school or secondary school....

10 Books by Christian Women I Want to Read

Raise your hands if you love to read! 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌 Whether it’s fantasy, sci-fi, memoirs, recipes, or comes under the very vague “spiritual” section at Waterstones, books are a huge part of society. If they weren’t we wouldn’t still be creating these paper stacks and...

6 Questions with Sue Percey

“6 Questions with…” is an opportunity for women and girls everywhere to share something about their passions and lives. (It’s also a fantastic excuse for me to be really nosey and learn from of the some amazing women I’ve met.) This week I’m putting Sue Percey in...

The Finding Chaya Launch Party

FindingChaya.com has officially launched! 🙌🙌 So it’s party time! 🎉🎉 Only I can hear you all ask one important question: what does Finding Chaya even mean? Well, “Finding", as I’m sure you already know, means to look for, discover, or search for something. It could be...