I’m in my room it’s a typical Tuesday night… but I’m not about to break into a vintage Tay Sway song, instead I’m gonna sit and panic about my life because it’s 11pm and I’m alive babyyyy.
I’m a firm believer that a big part of who you are comes from the people you admire. Whether that be an actress, musician, activist… or just somebody who’s voice and stance in the world has an impact on you. There are 6 women who have particularly inspired me, whether it be way they dress,… Continue reading Inspirational women
“Designers want me to dress like Spring, in billowing things. I don’t feel like Spring. I feel like a warm red Autumn.” ~ Marilyn Monroe It’s good to have traditions, those little things you do at certain times each year that make you feel the familiar nostalgia and comfort of childhood, even though you’re creeping… Continue reading Favourite places: Stourhead
Is it possible to feel the most ‘you’ in a particular season? Because despite being a February baby, I definitely feel like I belong in in Autumn more than any other season. It sounds strange, but I even look like autumn with my bronde hair caught somewhere between cinnamon blonde, burnt copper and coffee brown, and… Continue reading Autumn heart: 6 ways to embrace the best season
I’ve never been the type of person to keep up new hobbies/habits for an extended period of time. Besides running, playing Animal Crossing and my tendency to check all of my switches are turned off before I go to sleep, I don’t have the attention span to really get good at something before I move… Continue reading Weaving therapy
Is there anything worse than coming back from a week in the sun? You’ve got a mountain of sandy clothes to unpack and wash, your tan has started peeling before you’ve made it back through customs, and you are faced with the dread of returning back to normality. I’ve recently come back from a week… Continue reading Holiday blues
When I was 19/20, I was so in shape it was ridiculous. I was like a racehorse, and could easily run 8-10 miles three times a week like it was nothing. Running came as naturally to me as breathing, and when I wasn’t running I was swapping in HIIT workouts and long stints on my… Continue reading Losing and regaining my exercise mojo