January Free Printable!

It’s a new year but we continue to have lockdowns and closures and a lot of negative things. I’m here to offer you free printable to hopefully help out the mood. I’ve created a free printable stationary, a digital wallpaper for your computer and a positive board that you can use as a wallpaper or print it out for your journaling needs. 🙂 I hope it brings you some joy and sunshine. I used CANVA. It is so fun and amazing to use. Feel free to check it out. I use the free trial.


I hope you download and use these paper goodies.

Think positive and stay humble. Be good to your self and have a cuppa tea and relax.

Do things you love!

I would love to know if you enjoy writing letters to friends as much as I do.

Much love,




Christmas Bucket List

It’s the most beautiful time of the year! I’m so excited and happy to celebrate Christmas and I’m not a huge fan of the cold but I do love winter so much. Winter for me has magic and beauty. I love the Christmas Holidays because there’s a special feeling that is joyful and happy inside me. I feel like a kid again and I love to celebrate and enjoy each day to the fullest. I always make a bucket list for winter and I wanted to share it with you. If you like feel free to follow along.

Free Download

I hope you enjoy the list and I would love to know do you have a list? What’s on your list of things to do during the winter months? Thank you all so much and see you in December for Vlogmas!

Holiday Cheer! Free Wallpaper and Stationary

Hello lovely friends! I’m excited to share with you a lovely wallpaper that I designed on CANVA.

You can download it free and print it out if you like. I hope you are all well. We are coming to the end of November and I have no idea where the time has gone. I’m looking forward to December. I look forward to baking and watching nature turn to a winter wonderland! Do you believe in Christmas Magic? I do. We must believe!

I enjoy writing letters to friends during the winter months and wanted to share my creation with you. Are you excited for the holidays? I will be filming #Vlogmas this year! I’m very excited. Please follow along if you like on my Youtube Channel. Let me know in the comments if you download and use the stationary and the wallpaper. It will make me happy to read your comments.

Thank you all and have a lovely weekend!

Live life to the fullest!


Autumn Mood Board And Wallpaper

Hello my lovely readers and friends! I hope you are all well. One item on my bucket list is to create a mood board. I created a digital one on Canva and I had so much fun creating it. I’ve also made it into a wallpaper for you so you can use if you like.

Another item on my bucket list is to write a letter to a friend and I created an autumnal stationary. I hope you print it out and enjoy it. 🍁

Thank you so much my lovely friends. Have a lovely day!

My Visit To Salem Massachusetts

When I tell people that I would love to live in Salem and tell stories to tourists all day long they don’t believe me. But a job like that would make me so happy. I love retelling stories, research, history and architecture. I love old buildings with deep history and character. I like the old and I believe I’m an old soul my self. I have so much to share with you in this blog post. My short visit to Salem and the story of the scary dolls, the walk through the graveyard and much more. I had a short visit and I hope to return to Salem and spend more time there. I Would love to explore more.

My short trip to Salem Massachusetts 2019

If you have the opportunity, book in advance and go for the last week of October and Halloween. They have so much going on it is incredible.

A mug I bought from Salem 2019

In Salem you can check out the Salem Witch Museum, Night Tours, Peabody Essex Museum, Gallows Hill gallowshillsalem.com, Salem Haunted Happenings hauntedhappenings.org, Festival of the Dead festivalofthedead.com, Haunted Harmonies HauntedHarmonies.com, Haunted Biz Baz Stree Fair, Legacy of the Hanging Judge, Spirits of the Gables, Official Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball, and Halloween.

Town Hall Salem Massachusetts 2019

There is so much to see and do there. I just want to walk those cobblestone streets again and sit in a little cafe and write a book! It’s a very magical place with a lot of history and really amazing people.

Salem has three cemeteries related to the witch trials. I visited only one of them. I did a little research and found out the following:

Salem’s earliest cemeteries are established in the 1600s when Puritanism was widely practiced in Massachusetts. Puritans understood the Bible literally, and thus never used religious imagery (even in their churches). As a result, angels and crosses were not used on Puritan cemetery markers, instead they used Death’s Heads for mortality along with hourglasses and scythes to mark the passing of time culminating in death. -salem.org

“Hand (pointing up): hope for one’s soul to reach heaven.

Hand (pointing down): God reaching down from above for one’s soul.

Handshake: “goodbye” to earthly existence.

Hourglasses & Scythes: passing of time.

Lamb: innocence (Typically found on children’s graves)


Sun (setting): end of life on earth

Sun (rising): resurrection

Wheat: “Divine Harvest: or the passing of time. “

-reference from Salem.org

Old Burying Point Cemetery 2019

So many stores, cafes and restaurants in Salem. It’s a really amazing place and I was only there for a few hours. I chose not to go to the museum and other things because I had my two girls and my niece and nephew and I didn’t want to freak them out in anyway. But I know that I’ll be back very soon in this marvellous and beautiful place.

On the way to our car we walked in a vintage store that had very old toys and board games. Something caught my eye. Very old dolls and some of them had sharp teeth. The kids ran out of the shop and the lady mentioned that the area is not appropriate for children. She then told us that the dolls were passed down to her from people who have passed away. She said that the dolls were haunted and that sometimes they change positions when she comes into work each day. She said that they look like they change facial expressions very often. She also said that I couldn’t take any photos of the dolls which I respected. I was totally fascinated by the dolls and she also mentioned not to touch them. We all know not to touch possessed items right? It was very amusing talking to the lady and her story was fascinating. I enjoy scary stories do you?

Do you see anything scary reflecting in the windows? 👻

I hope to return to Salem and visit all the museums, stores, cafes and restaurants. I would love to do the ghost walks and tours and all the tourist attractions.

Have you ever been to Salem Massachusetts? I would love to know.

Thank you for reading my blog post!