Ok, so I need to put this out there – I am a 36 year old woman who is a tad obsessed with Unicorns!  Whilst Unicorns seem to be a bit of a trend at the moment, rearing their horned heads everywhere, this is an addiction which has quietly gone on since my teens.  I really don’t know where it started, maybe it’s the idea that they are drawn to innocence and purity (if that’s the case, if they were real I would be pretty much screwed).  Or it could be the idea that they are thought to hold divine truth… whatever it is, I have always absolutely loved them.  At 18, I remember being devastated as my twin sister had a unicorn tattoo before I did.  Put simply this meant that I couldn’t have one done (my fight to be an individual and not just one of the twins remains to this day).


Unicorns being so ‘current’ meant that Christmas this year was incredibly exciting for me as I was given so many cute Unicorn gifts.   So, if you share my weird but wonderful passion, you can get yourself a little Unicorn magic as I’ve decided to share!!

Every woman needs a comfy sweater in their wardrobe and if that jumper has a unicorn on it, even better, right?  There are lots of designs out there but my personal favourite, and the one I was lucky enough to receive, can be purchased here.

These very, very lovely sterling silver studs also made their way into my stocking … And even better they are now in the sale – you can thank me later.

Claire with unicorn mug

I also received a Unicorn diary and a gorgeous mug!

Whilst shopping in Chester just after Christmas, this cute little canvas fold up bag found its way into my basket. Oopsie – you can never have too many bags though, especially now that I try not to use plastic carrier bags (blaming my spending habits on the environment, I know!) I now have my eye on the matching umbrella …

So, if you weren’t lucky enough to receive some unicorn goodness for Christmas, I urge you to go and buy yourself some now whilst there is so much around!

About The Author

Claire has worked with Deaf children for a number of years, initially as an Educational Communicator and then as a teacher. She recently moved into working in the community to support Deaf adults as a Community Support Worker. She is chairperson of Bedfordshire Deaf Children’s Society and secretary for Luton Deaf Football Club. She has also provided Deaf Awareness training to various organisations. Claire has her level 2 British Sign Language Certificate although she has been signing from a young age as she is deaf herself. Initially Claire was a hearing aid user but after losing her residual hearing several years ago she has had a Cochlear Implant. Claire is often accompanied to work by her hearing dog Ivy.

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