Lifestyle

What’s your favourite book? The one I carry with me, always.

What’s your most embarrassing childhood memory? Being pushed into the maths block door (which was off its hinges). It fell, broke and my pink Timberland boot flew across the playground as I stood lunging in peak superhero position with one shoe on the back foot and my sock on the front. Needless to say that was the last time I willingly wore socks. Also, Morty’s short for MORTYFIED. Almost died.

The headteacher even called me into their office and pretended to fine me for their negligent mistake of not fixing a door that was off its hinges and being pushed into it by a pubescent lad.

What are your 3 favourite movies? 9 Months and Mrs. Doubtfire have to be in first place. I cannot and shan’t choose between them. The Terminal, is a close second. Third has to be Enchanted and Night at the Museum.

What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever been? Morschach, it’s paradise!

What accomplishment are you most proud of? Being a junior youth worker. Youngest in the UK. I was the bane of all my peers’ lives, but looking back, it was really worth it.

Who would you like to live like for a day? Beyoncé (Who wouldn’t?!)

If you could ask your pet 3 questions, what would they be?
1. Annie, are you okay?
2. Who let the dogs out?
3. What does the fox say?

When you’re having a bad day, what do you do to make yourself feel better? Watch a giraffe documentary.

Using one word, how would you describe your family? Sane!

What is the scariest movie you’ve ever seen? Insidious, I attempted watching it (ended up doing so through my hands) and Charlie Chaplin ended up in my backyard as my mind recreated the music scene whilst playing Sims that night in my old house.

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be? Australia.

If you could shop for free at one store, which would you choose? True Religion or Guess.

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A police officer. I was into it so much that I got offered a chance to go camping with Met Police. Met Rozzy, a policewoman who broke her back repeatedly on the job, swore against it thereafter.

What’s your favourite day of the week? Tuesday. Have you ever truly experienced the wonders of a Tuesday? Exactly.

Who would play you in a movie about your life? Kate Middleton.

What’s your pet peeve? A tortoise that I named Peeve because I was obsessed with Ask Jeeves.

1.Who would you say is your number one fashion inspiration?

Kate Middleton. She might be a Princess but dresses like a Queen.

2. What made you decide to start blogging

The fact that I write more than I talk. For my own sanity and everyone else’s, it was the only way.

3. Favorite magazine?

Cosmopolitan. I’ve been reading that since I could do that activity.

4. What are some of your current fashion obsessions?

Cargo pants. Do you know how comfortable they are? Have you ever applied a pair of Cargo pants upon your legs? Game changer.

5. WCW?

Apart from myself, Kate Middleton. Have you seen her? Straight up MILF!

6. What am I dressing like this Halloween?

Brexit.

7. What type of camera do you use?

Smartphone. iPhone X – doesn’t get better.

8. Coffee or Tea?

T-shirts.

9. Favorite City?

Being biased, I’d say London. Not being biased, I’d say Miami – which isn’t even a city, more of a town.

10. Heels? or Flats?

Trainers. I live in trainers. My collection is ever-growing and long may it continue to do just that.

11. 90s Grunge? or 60s Glam?

80s flares. That era is a-OKAY and I’m now a Fire Marshall Mathers. Eminem for shorts.

12. Favorite 90s TV show?

Friends. Friends. Friends.

13. What is your dream job?

I’m in it now, honestly. But, being a parent when the time comes moreso.

14. Name your Top 3 favorite bands.

UB40, always. Nickelback, sometimes. Maroon5, mostly.

15. Do you prefer music on Vinyl? CD? or Download?

Download. Although, I’m strongly considering investing in vinyls and getting a record player.

16. Favorite MAC lipstick color?

Their Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillowtalk.

17. Marilyn Monroe or Audrey Hepburn?

Kate Middleton.

18. How many tattoos do you have?

Two now but three soon.

19. Favorite Quote?

“You’re a wizard, Harry!”

20. What is one thing your readers would be surprised to hear?

Probably that I’m still updating this? This is actually the longest-running blog I’ve had. Trust me when I tell you that I’ve had a few.

Netflix

I’ve reached 400 followers on my blog! Thank you to all who follow, and those that keep up-to-date with my posts even though I haven’t been blogging regularly.

To celebrate, here’s a post dedicated to all of you.

The beloved American-sitcom Friends is still on Netflix, so I will be sitting in my Netflix pants and watching it all day.

Moral of this post? We’re all friends. There’s also nothing better than watching Friends.

This is a great day out for all the family, or you if you’re an adult that has no children to take along.

You might get looked at strangely, but that’s okay. Just tell them you’re a child of God.

Just about everyone from Disney was there, apart from Donald Duck’s Daisy.

My favourites have to be: Rapunzel, Snow White and Aladdin.

Disney on Ice

But, then again, Lion King was cool and so was Little Mermaid.

Cinderella didn’t get her own part, but she did come out at the end of both sets.

Frozen took up most of the second part. I like Frozen, but it’s overrated. Love is an open door.

Book now.

Motown

This jukebox musical has one of greatest set-lists ever… 

I’m bereft that Motown: The Musical‘s London showing comes to an end this Spring. I have actually booked a day off work to watch it twice at the end of the month. Some might say I don’t have a life, others might say I have my priorities in the right place.

It’s honestly the best musical I’ve seen since Lion King, and Tina Tuner: The Musical is a close third. I’ll be going to see the latter for leisure again this Summer. For those of you who don’t know, I’m a journalist and review selected stage shows for a publication, on a freelance basis.

Back to Motown: The Musical

Motown: The Musical is a jukebox musicalthat premiered on Broadway in April 2013. The musical is based on Berry Gordy‘s autobiography To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown (1994),[1] and on the history of his founding and running of the Motown record label, and his personal and professional relationships with Motown artists such as Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and Michael Jackson. The production’s music and lyrics are taken from selections from the Motown catalog.[2] It received four nominations at the 67th Tony Awards.

If you’re looking for a boogie, visit the Shaftesbury Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London before Motown closes its doors.

Motown is my favourite genre of music of all time. I was born in the wrong era. Next.

The tickets are cheaper than they were. They cost less than Hamilton or Harry Potter.