Books I Want To Read in 2018 | Emma Louisa

Books I Want To Read in 2018

Each year I try to figure out a few books I want to prioritise. This year though, I’m hoping to have a little extra free time on my hands, and there were so many books I didn’t get to last year, so my list is a little bigger. Here are 13 of the books I

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To Siri With Love by Judith Newman | Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

To Siri With Love by Judith Newman | Book Review

To Siri With Love takes you into the lives of Judith and her family, including her young son Gus who has autism. It was a real eye-opener for me. Although I understand the basic elements of how life would be very different with an autistic child, this gave deeper insight into the levels of that.

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30 before 30 | Emma Louisa

30 Before 30 Bucket List

In 2017, I turned 25. I have so many things I wish to achieve and do so soon, so when I saw a few 30 before 30 videos on YouTube, I thought I’d make my own list. In January 2018, I’ll leave full time employment to be at least semi self employed. With that will

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The Enormous Crocodile Company | Wellington

The Enormous Crocodile Company is a novelty bike rental shop slash ice cream parlour. You can rent a multi seat bike, and ride along the waterfront, then get a scoop or a shake. On the day we went, it was raining, so we decide against getting a bike, but we got these epic shakes. I

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Crossroads Cafe Milton | Cafe Review | EmmaLouisa.com

Crossroads Cafe Milton | Cafe Review

I visited Crossroads Cafe Milton on the weekend with the girls from #BrunchClub, a group of bloggers who meet up to chat. I find it really inspiring to meet up with the girls (and occasionally we have a dude) and I generally feel like blogging and posting online afterwards. Anywho, the Cafe we visited this

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Friend Request by Laura Marshall | Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

Friend Request by Laura Marshall | Book Review

Friend Request starts when Louise receives a Facebook friend request from Maria. But Maria died in high school… Didn’t she?? Friend Request is haunting and realistic. I was genuinely terrified for both Louise and her son. She goes through so many rollercoasters worth of emotions, where her fear is heightened and then lessened as she

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