Now that we’re FINALLY nearing the end of January, my 23rd birthday is just a few weeks away and I’ve been thinking about my life so far, and the things I’ve learnt before the ripe old age of 23. 23 is a pretty insignificant birthday compared to the last three… 20 is always a big… Continue reading 23 things I learnt before turning 23
I don’t know about you, but a huge part of my childhood was travelling to visit my Grandparents. The first 10 years of my life were spent in the back seat of my dad’s car while we all travelled up to London, and for that 2-hour journey my parents would play their old tapes and… Continue reading 10 songs to soothe your 20’s
The first few days of January never feel real to me. It’s tough getting used to going outside again, not wearing pyjamas all day, and not having chocolate and crisps for breakfast. It’s really tough to slide back into ‘everyday’ life, knowing that the next big holiday is Easter, and even that is 81 days… Continue reading 5 ways I’m combating January Blues
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.
Back in June I set myself the challenge of abstaining from buying any new clothes for at least 3 months, and let me tell you… it’s been some kind of existential journey. I don’t think you truly realise how long 3 months is until you are restraining yourself from doing something in that time. Three… Continue reading Three months of abstinence from new clothes *update*
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
If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all. –Oscar Wilde When I was younger, one of my favourite things about the summer holidays was knowing I had six weeks to sit back on a sun lounger in my garden and read whatever I… Continue reading My top six summer reads