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Something I hear said all the time is "I wish I could read more" or "I wish I had time to read".  Shall I let you in on a little secret?  YOU DO!  We make time for all sorts of things...the gym, food, shopping, EastEnders.....so it's just a question of making time for reading.  5 or so years ago I was a big bookworm (so much so that "bookworm" or "bw" was Nick's first nickname for me), but then I fell into the world of blogging and reading real life books fell by the wayside.  Social media is an undeniably addictive thing, so if you find yourself stuck in the trap of checking for constant online updates I'm here to tell you that you can escape!

Start slowly | If you can't remember the last time you picked up a book, you're probably best off with baby steps.  Start again by reading a book by your favourite author, or in a genre you love.  Make starting to read again as enjoyable as possible so you feel motivated to keep going.

Branch out | My passion for reading grows every time I discover a new genre or topic that I hadn't read about before.  Circus-themed books are my weakness at the moment and once I've found a genre I didn't know about, I'm always excited to go out and find more books in a similar vein.  Once you've got the reading bug back, start exploring and reading books outside of your comfort zone.  By all means don't trudge through a book that you're finding difficult to get along with, but by broadening your horizons you might just find that you want to read more and more.

Utilise every bit of time | This one goes back to that social media point I made earlier.  Just yesterday I was waiting for something to boil on the hob so I put on YouTube for background noise.  Then I realised there was absolutely no need for me to stand there waiting - it was a spare 5 minutes I could read with!  Now, if my hands aren't busy and I'm using YouTube as noise to go alongside whatever I'm doing, I switch it off and read for a bit instead.

Join a book club | Hopefully you've seen some of our Blogger Bookclub posts.  I'm really enjoying mixing with people with different tastes, taking it in turns to choose a book to read (branching out, like I said before!) and catching up at the end to see what everyone else thought of it.  Obviously this is a book club in its loosest form, but having a set book to read each month is a really easy way to make sure you put in the effort to get through it.  Or you could go the whole hog and join proper reading groups with set questions and discussions....although they're a little too much for me!

Use a Kindle | As much as I love the feel and smell of a new book (not to mention the excitement I get from whiling away time in bookshops!), the Kindle definitely has it's advantages.  Sometimes the thought of reading a huge book can be a bit daunting....a Kindle solves that problem by just giving you a percentage of the way through you are.  For some reason I find that much nicer to know than seeing how many pages are left!  I can also read my Kindle when I'm finding it hard to sleep at night but don't want to turn the light on and wake Nick.  Not to mention the obvious benefits of cheaper books, the huge variety available and the fact that you can store so many on something so tiny.  And I promise I'm not sponsored by Amazon!

Set goals | If I'm reading a particularly slow book, I set myself the goal of reading one chapter a night.  At least.  That way you're always making progress, and more often than not I find it's the gentle nudge I needed to get me into the story and before I know it I'm hooked and whizzing through.

Is there anything you think I've missed?

How to read more

31.7.15

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Something I hear said all the time is "I wish I could read more" or "I wish I had time to read".  Shall I let you in on a little secret?  YOU DO!  We make time for all sorts of things...the gym, food, shopping, EastEnders.....so it's just a question of making time for reading.  5 or so years ago I was a big bookworm (so much so that "bookworm" or "bw" was Nick's first nickname for me), but then I fell into the world of blogging and reading real life books fell by the wayside.  Social media is an undeniably addictive thing, so if you find yourself stuck in the trap of checking for constant online updates I'm here to tell you that you can escape!

Start slowly | If you can't remember the last time you picked up a book, you're probably best off with baby steps.  Start again by reading a book by your favourite author, or in a genre you love.  Make starting to read again as enjoyable as possible so you feel motivated to keep going.

Branch out | My passion for reading grows every time I discover a new genre or topic that I hadn't read about before.  Circus-themed books are my weakness at the moment and once I've found a genre I didn't know about, I'm always excited to go out and find more books in a similar vein.  Once you've got the reading bug back, start exploring and reading books outside of your comfort zone.  By all means don't trudge through a book that you're finding difficult to get along with, but by broadening your horizons you might just find that you want to read more and more.

Utilise every bit of time | This one goes back to that social media point I made earlier.  Just yesterday I was waiting for something to boil on the hob so I put on YouTube for background noise.  Then I realised there was absolutely no need for me to stand there waiting - it was a spare 5 minutes I could read with!  Now, if my hands aren't busy and I'm using YouTube as noise to go alongside whatever I'm doing, I switch it off and read for a bit instead.

Join a book club | Hopefully you've seen some of our Blogger Bookclub posts.  I'm really enjoying mixing with people with different tastes, taking it in turns to choose a book to read (branching out, like I said before!) and catching up at the end to see what everyone else thought of it.  Obviously this is a book club in its loosest form, but having a set book to read each month is a really easy way to make sure you put in the effort to get through it.  Or you could go the whole hog and join proper reading groups with set questions and discussions....although they're a little too much for me!

Use a Kindle | As much as I love the feel and smell of a new book (not to mention the excitement I get from whiling away time in bookshops!), the Kindle definitely has it's advantages.  Sometimes the thought of reading a huge book can be a bit daunting....a Kindle solves that problem by just giving you a percentage of the way through you are.  For some reason I find that much nicer to know than seeing how many pages are left!  I can also read my Kindle when I'm finding it hard to sleep at night but don't want to turn the light on and wake Nick.  Not to mention the obvious benefits of cheaper books, the huge variety available and the fact that you can store so many on something so tiny.  And I promise I'm not sponsored by Amazon!

Set goals | If I'm reading a particularly slow book, I set myself the goal of reading one chapter a night.  At least.  That way you're always making progress, and more often than not I find it's the gentle nudge I needed to get me into the story and before I know it I'm hooked and whizzing through.

Is there anything you think I've missed?

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I'm in a funk.  After growing my hair a little longer to fit into an updo for my bestie's wedding, I've reached a point where I don't know what to do with my style.  Do I cut or do I grow?  Sincerley Jules has my dream hair, but I'm just not sure whether I can style it or it'll suit me.  So I do I go for my fail safe, wrinkle hiding fringe?  It's been ages since I've had one and whilst I'm tempted to go for a full choppy fringe, a big part of me thinks I'll have instant regret.

And what to do about colour?!  I've got images in my head of the perfect subtle pink/beige toned blonde.....and despite buying that exact shade, my hair just won't take it.  After a semi-disaster last summer where we dyed my hair pink (I liked it, it just faded so quick and left me with an all over white blonde that really didn't suit me), I'm thinking of going for something much less permanent.  A grey toner through the ends perhaps?  Or should I try my hand with the pink dye and try to get a rose gold tint to my balayage?

My hair board is without a doubt my most used on pinterest.  If you fancy having a look it's here....but don't forget to throw in your thoughts about what I should so with my mop!

Hair Envy

29.7.15

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I'm in a funk.  After growing my hair a little longer to fit into an updo for my bestie's wedding, I've reached a point where I don't know what to do with my style.  Do I cut or do I grow?  Sincerley Jules has my dream hair, but I'm just not sure whether I can style it or it'll suit me.  So I do I go for my fail safe, wrinkle hiding fringe?  It's been ages since I've had one and whilst I'm tempted to go for a full choppy fringe, a big part of me thinks I'll have instant regret.

And what to do about colour?!  I've got images in my head of the perfect subtle pink/beige toned blonde.....and despite buying that exact shade, my hair just won't take it.  After a semi-disaster last summer where we dyed my hair pink (I liked it, it just faded so quick and left me with an all over white blonde that really didn't suit me), I'm thinking of going for something much less permanent.  A grey toner through the ends perhaps?  Or should I try my hand with the pink dye and try to get a rose gold tint to my balayage?

My hair board is without a doubt my most used on pinterest.  If you fancy having a look it's here....but don't forget to throw in your thoughts about what I should so with my mop!


"Fisher and Ivy have been an item for a whole nineteen days.  And they just know they are meant to be together.  The fact that they know little else about each other is a minor detail.

Over the course of twelve months, in which their lives will change forever, Fisher and Ivy discover that falling in love is one thing, but staying there is an entirely different story."

Before | Leanne's choice this month; it was on offer at Tesco and isn't a book I've spotted on one of my many trips to Waterstones.  I'll admit it's a little more chick lit-y than I usually go for, but the fact that it's written by a man means I'm hoping it'll be a little different to the norm.  And to be honest, the blurb does sound quite good...

During | The book was easy to read and had decent sized chapters (something of importance to me!  I hate huge chapters).  It was fast-paced and had a decent storyline.  In fact, it was refreshing to read a rom com that starts at (and focuses on) the beginning of a relationship, rather than the typical break up >> meet new bloke pattern.  It's really hard to discuss here though without giving anything away!  There's a pretty big piece of news in the first few chapters which shapes the narrative of the rest of the story.

After | One of the reviews on the back cover throws in the words "funny, sad honest and heartbreaking....an emotional rollercoaster ride" and for the most part I'd say that's true.  I didn't like some of the characters (such as Fisher's best friend.  He brought out a bit more of Fisher's human side but I felt like he cluttered up the story of Fisher and Ivy...controversial!) but there was a bombshell at the end which left me feeling quite empty.  It was interesting to read chick lit through a man's eyes and perhaps get an insight into the confusion and uncertainty of a new relationship with a lady.  I'm so used to it from a woman's point of view, I enjoyed turning that on its head.  There are no unrealistic rainbows and butterflies in this book - just a heavy dose of infatuation, love and realness!  Not my favourite ever book, but not the usual romantic trash either.  A good one to read in between 'heavier' books, or to take on holiday.

Next month....Us by David Nicholls!

// Charli joined book club this month, so check out her review alongside Leanne's.  I forgot to lend Lizzie the book in time so she missed this one //

Blogger Book Club #3: The Two of Us

27.7.15



"Fisher and Ivy have been an item for a whole nineteen days.  And they just know they are meant to be together.  The fact that they know little else about each other is a minor detail.

Over the course of twelve months, in which their lives will change forever, Fisher and Ivy discover that falling in love is one thing, but staying there is an entirely different story."

Before | Leanne's choice this month; it was on offer at Tesco and isn't a book I've spotted on one of my many trips to Waterstones.  I'll admit it's a little more chick lit-y than I usually go for, but the fact that it's written by a man means I'm hoping it'll be a little different to the norm.  And to be honest, the blurb does sound quite good...

During | The book was easy to read and had decent sized chapters (something of importance to me!  I hate huge chapters).  It was fast-paced and had a decent storyline.  In fact, it was refreshing to read a rom com that starts at (and focuses on) the beginning of a relationship, rather than the typical break up >> meet new bloke pattern.  It's really hard to discuss here though without giving anything away!  There's a pretty big piece of news in the first few chapters which shapes the narrative of the rest of the story.

After | One of the reviews on the back cover throws in the words "funny, sad honest and heartbreaking....an emotional rollercoaster ride" and for the most part I'd say that's true.  I didn't like some of the characters (such as Fisher's best friend.  He brought out a bit more of Fisher's human side but I felt like he cluttered up the story of Fisher and Ivy...controversial!) but there was a bombshell at the end which left me feeling quite empty.  It was interesting to read chick lit through a man's eyes and perhaps get an insight into the confusion and uncertainty of a new relationship with a lady.  I'm so used to it from a woman's point of view, I enjoyed turning that on its head.  There are no unrealistic rainbows and butterflies in this book - just a heavy dose of infatuation, love and realness!  Not my favourite ever book, but not the usual romantic trash either.  A good one to read in between 'heavier' books, or to take on holiday.

Next month....Us by David Nicholls!

// Charli joined book club this month, so check out her review alongside Leanne's.  I forgot to lend Lizzie the book in time so she missed this one //

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15.7.15


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...and no, I'm not over-exaggerating with that title!

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Welcome to my re-named blog!  If all goes to plan, this will be showing up in your subscription feeds as usual.  If not...I've got some tweaking to do!  To be extra sure, please be aware/bookmark/follow my new blog address,

I guess I should give you a little explanation as to the change.  And to put it simply, I feel like I've outgrown the name 'Scared Toast'.  My blog actually started out with a completely different name and I settled on 'Scared Toast' when I bought my url in a time when I wanted to remain pretty much anonymous.  It was a (relatively) neutral blog name and harks back to a time when I was reluctant to show my face.  Fast forward a few years and I've become much less shy and would actually like my blog to reflect me a little more.

So here we are with Lorna, Literally.  It's fairly self-explanatory, and I'm looking forward to investing time over the summer creating fresh new content.  I've lost my way a couple of times throughout my blogging journey; following trends, writing in a way that wasn't true to myself and emulating popular bloggers' tyles, but this fresh start gives me the opportunity to strip things back and hopefully create a more journal-style space that I connect with again.

I hope this change isn't too problematic for you - let's face it, it's not like I'm a huge blogger trying to change brand names....I do still like to overthink things though!  I'm in the process of switching over email addresses and my YouTube account.  If you do come across any glitches, give me a tweet to let me know.  The links at the top of the page should all be working, and if you know of any recent links you've made to my blog please take a moment to update the url.

Onwards and upwards!

The most important post I've ever written

6.7.15

...and no, I'm not over-exaggerating with that title!

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Welcome to my re-named blog!  If all goes to plan, this will be showing up in your subscription feeds as usual.  If not...I've got some tweaking to do!  To be extra sure, please be aware/bookmark/follow my new blog address,

I guess I should give you a little explanation as to the change.  And to put it simply, I feel like I've outgrown the name 'Scared Toast'.  My blog actually started out with a completely different name and I settled on 'Scared Toast' when I bought my url in a time when I wanted to remain pretty much anonymous.  It was a (relatively) neutral blog name and harks back to a time when I was reluctant to show my face.  Fast forward a few years and I've become much less shy and would actually like my blog to reflect me a little more.

So here we are with Lorna, Literally.  It's fairly self-explanatory, and I'm looking forward to investing time over the summer creating fresh new content.  I've lost my way a couple of times throughout my blogging journey; following trends, writing in a way that wasn't true to myself and emulating popular bloggers' tyles, but this fresh start gives me the opportunity to strip things back and hopefully create a more journal-style space that I connect with again.

I hope this change isn't too problematic for you - let's face it, it's not like I'm a huge blogger trying to change brand names....I do still like to overthink things though!  I'm in the process of switching over email addresses and my YouTube account.  If you do come across any glitches, give me a tweet to let me know.  The links at the top of the page should all be working, and if you know of any recent links you've made to my blog please take a moment to update the url.

Onwards and upwards!
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So I mentioned the other day that Nick's been working away for the past month or so.  We started off long-distance, but it's been years since we haven't seen each other everyday and although it was a culture shock at first, I feel like I've come out the other side.  I've grown comfortable in my own company, and the weekends together are spent doing things we wouldn't normally in order to make the most of the time.  It's actually quite nice getting to know myself again and living (practically) alone for the first time ever. 

Not every creak or bang upstairs is an axe murderer breaking in. Invariably it's just the cats chasing each other...

Leaving the house will take an extra 10 minutes each morning.  Checking plug sockets, shutting windows and triple-checking the back door's locked all becomes part of the routine.

Things stay where they're put.  As much as I miss Nick while he's gone, being able to come home and find that everything is where I left it, the bed's still made and the bathroom's still tidy is the nicest feeling.

Everything is much cleaner.  I'm not the tidiest of people, but being solely responsible for the appearance of the house makes me much more likely to clear up mess as it happens.  Nick's no slob either, but put us together and things seem to slide a little.  My new thing to do is blitz the house on a Sunday and see how long I can keep it that way for.  Entertainment's a little sparse when you're on your own, don't judge.

Being selfish is in.  Evenings of having to worry about nobody but myself are par for the course.  Want to stay in the bath until you're wrinkled like a prune?  Do it!  Binge-watch the Hollyoaks omnibus?  Go for it!  Eat cookies whilst wearing pj bottoms?  A must!  Ok, so that last one happens regardless of whether Nick's away, but having the freedom of making nobody but myself happy is a  luxurious thing.

Surgical removal of my tablet from my hand is a real possibility.  I can go hours without talking to anybody.  I was poorly and lost my voice a few weeks back but didn't even know until I'd phoned in sick to work as there's no-one here to talk to.  I keep myself sane by making an effort to chat to the cats and Dudley, but YouTube has become my closest companion.  It's got to the stage where I can't even go to the toilet without taking the tablet with me.  I think it's about time somebody hid it from me...

More sleep is on the cards.  Keep it clean, people!  By this I mean that I can go to bed when I want (falling asleep at 8:30 has happened more than once), not worry about Nick waking me up when he crashes into bed and not have to fight him for the covers.  I've never slept so well!

Is there anything I've missed?

Things I've learnt through living alone

3.7.15

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So I mentioned the other day that Nick's been working away for the past month or so.  We started off long-distance, but it's been years since we haven't seen each other everyday and although it was a culture shock at first, I feel like I've come out the other side.  I've grown comfortable in my own company, and the weekends together are spent doing things we wouldn't normally in order to make the most of the time.  It's actually quite nice getting to know myself again and living (practically) alone for the first time ever. 

Not every creak or bang upstairs is an axe murderer breaking in. Invariably it's just the cats chasing each other...

Leaving the house will take an extra 10 minutes each morning.  Checking plug sockets, shutting windows and triple-checking the back door's locked all becomes part of the routine.

Things stay where they're put.  As much as I miss Nick while he's gone, being able to come home and find that everything is where I left it, the bed's still made and the bathroom's still tidy is the nicest feeling.

Everything is much cleaner.  I'm not the tidiest of people, but being solely responsible for the appearance of the house makes me much more likely to clear up mess as it happens.  Nick's no slob either, but put us together and things seem to slide a little.  My new thing to do is blitz the house on a Sunday and see how long I can keep it that way for.  Entertainment's a little sparse when you're on your own, don't judge.

Being selfish is in.  Evenings of having to worry about nobody but myself are par for the course.  Want to stay in the bath until you're wrinkled like a prune?  Do it!  Binge-watch the Hollyoaks omnibus?  Go for it!  Eat cookies whilst wearing pj bottoms?  A must!  Ok, so that last one happens regardless of whether Nick's away, but having the freedom of making nobody but myself happy is a  luxurious thing.

Surgical removal of my tablet from my hand is a real possibility.  I can go hours without talking to anybody.  I was poorly and lost my voice a few weeks back but didn't even know until I'd phoned in sick to work as there's no-one here to talk to.  I keep myself sane by making an effort to chat to the cats and Dudley, but YouTube has become my closest companion.  It's got to the stage where I can't even go to the toilet without taking the tablet with me.  I think it's about time somebody hid it from me...

More sleep is on the cards.  Keep it clean, people!  By this I mean that I can go to bed when I want (falling asleep at 8:30 has happened more than once), not worry about Nick waking me up when he crashes into bed and not have to fight him for the covers.  I've never slept so well!

Is there anything I've missed?

It's been a while since I've sat down and blogged.  "Where have you been?!" I hear you cry.  Well, the answer is....nowhere.  Unless the time-sucking vortex also known as my sofa counts?  Nick's been working away for the past 6 weeks, which means the weekends are a precious snatch of time together, leaving no room for blogging.  The end is in sight though, so I thought I'd sit down and give you an insight into how I've been passing the time.

YouTube | My 'Watch Later' playlist is 120+ strong.  Which means there's been a lot of time watching videos.  I've found myself skipping past Primark hauls and make up tutorials; it's been booktubers and vlogs which have caught my eye.  I've said it before, but I've been loving Sammi's daily vlogs.  She seems a little more relatable and real than lots of the other daily vloggers and I love watching the comings and goings of her everyday life.  Plus I just basically want her wardrobe.  And whilst I haven't been filming regularly at the moment, you can always subscribe to my YouTube channel if you fancy something to watch!

Reading | Ok, so this isn't exactly a new one, but with Nick away it allows me more time to be anti-social and read, guilt-free, in the evenings. Not to mention how pleasing it is to see my 'to be read' pile shrinking.  Ok, so I say "shrinking", let's just ignore the fact that I'm topping it up just as quickly!

Gardening | I never thought I'd be saying this, but I've actually been enjoying sprucing up the garden and buying new plants.  The back garden's pretty much a write-off, what with Dudley spending most of his time there, but our front garden was long overdue a spring clean as well.  Zara and I blitzed it the other weekend.....chopping, mowing, digging and planting.....and the result is a pretty little space that I'm actually pleased with.  Garden centres are my new favourite thing and I'm even enjoying my nightly routine of watering my new additions.  Forget make up and clothes - spending money on flowers is my new thang y'all....

Blogging | Browsing bloglovin from the comfort of my bed is another nightly favourite.  I find leaving comments via the app a pain, and feel bad for not interacting that way, but it's so much easier to catch up on my favourites without having to load up the laptop.  And speaking of blogs, I'm debating getting a new domain and changing my blog name.  The trouble that leaves is the issue of old, dead links referring back to my current url.  I've paid upfront for it until January, but don't fancy the idea of keeping up with two payments to keep it all going.  Does anybody else have experience of this?  Is there anyway to get around it without paying twice?!

And that's pretty much it!  It's Zara's 21st today so we're having a family bbq, my phone's due an upgrade as of tomorrow (do I go for the 6 or 6plus?!) and Nick's finally home for good on Friday.  Which leaves just 2 weeks and 4 days until the summer holidays.  Yup, life is good....

Where have you been??

1.7.15


It's been a while since I've sat down and blogged.  "Where have you been?!" I hear you cry.  Well, the answer is....nowhere.  Unless the time-sucking vortex also known as my sofa counts?  Nick's been working away for the past 6 weeks, which means the weekends are a precious snatch of time together, leaving no room for blogging.  The end is in sight though, so I thought I'd sit down and give you an insight into how I've been passing the time.

YouTube | My 'Watch Later' playlist is 120+ strong.  Which means there's been a lot of time watching videos.  I've found myself skipping past Primark hauls and make up tutorials; it's been booktubers and vlogs which have caught my eye.  I've said it before, but I've been loving Sammi's daily vlogs.  She seems a little more relatable and real than lots of the other daily vloggers and I love watching the comings and goings of her everyday life.  Plus I just basically want her wardrobe.  And whilst I haven't been filming regularly at the moment, you can always subscribe to my YouTube channel if you fancy something to watch!

Reading | Ok, so this isn't exactly a new one, but with Nick away it allows me more time to be anti-social and read, guilt-free, in the evenings. Not to mention how pleasing it is to see my 'to be read' pile shrinking.  Ok, so I say "shrinking", let's just ignore the fact that I'm topping it up just as quickly!

Gardening | I never thought I'd be saying this, but I've actually been enjoying sprucing up the garden and buying new plants.  The back garden's pretty much a write-off, what with Dudley spending most of his time there, but our front garden was long overdue a spring clean as well.  Zara and I blitzed it the other weekend.....chopping, mowing, digging and planting.....and the result is a pretty little space that I'm actually pleased with.  Garden centres are my new favourite thing and I'm even enjoying my nightly routine of watering my new additions.  Forget make up and clothes - spending money on flowers is my new thang y'all....

Blogging | Browsing bloglovin from the comfort of my bed is another nightly favourite.  I find leaving comments via the app a pain, and feel bad for not interacting that way, but it's so much easier to catch up on my favourites without having to load up the laptop.  And speaking of blogs, I'm debating getting a new domain and changing my blog name.  The trouble that leaves is the issue of old, dead links referring back to my current url.  I've paid upfront for it until January, but don't fancy the idea of keeping up with two payments to keep it all going.  Does anybody else have experience of this?  Is there anyway to get around it without paying twice?!

And that's pretty much it!  It's Zara's 21st today so we're having a family bbq, my phone's due an upgrade as of tomorrow (do I go for the 6 or 6plus?!) and Nick's finally home for good on Friday.  Which leaves just 2 weeks and 4 days until the summer holidays.  Yup, life is good....

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