General life posts.
Another check-in post amist the global pandemic… heading towards winter.
Writing this post was very therapeutic. 😂 This week I share some of the changes and additions we’ve made to our new home!
A personal post about moving for the third time.
A check-in post amist the global pandemic.
It’s that time of the month, here’s a post about it. 🤪
Hint: mostly self-development books, but they were *so good*.
Ever wanted some visible proof of personal growth? Let me illustrate it with my hair. 💇🏻♀️
Sharing the second part of my plant collection. This one features a lot of beautiful prayer plants!
Sharing the new joy in my life which is both a healthy addiction and hobby… indoor plants.
Reflecting on one of the biggest leaps of my life so far – moving from Sheffield to Leeds (totally huge for me 😂)
It’s been two weeks since I started the new chapter of my life and it’s not been as smooth as I expected. But when there’s a will, there’s a way…
Today I turn another year older, hopefully with that a lot wiser too! I’m quickly reflecting on my achievements of a year of being 21 and looking ahead onto 22! 🐾
I attended my first ever blogger event over the weekend for the launch of 200 degrees coffee shop in Sheffield. ☕️
A week summary post on spending sunnier days at Ladybower Reservoir, exploring Leeds and thoughts on the upcoming months – including moving out! 😱
It’s been a whole year since I introduced positive habits into my life. Today I’ll be talking about each of them and the impact they’ve had on me 💙🍏💪🏼💭
We had italian food, ice cream and talked about Piczo (d’ya remember that throwback?) and old school blogging.
Another year wiser and stronger 💪🏼 A post about my incredible day in New York, celebrating 21 years of positive growth ⭐️
A post about coffee shops and awesome people in Sheffield. Did I ever mention that I like coffee? ☕️
Over the past week, I’ve cheated a little bit with my clean eating streak and treated myself (and was treated) to a bunch of awesome places to eat (with equally amazing company!) Whenever I plan to go out and eat out with friends or not, I naturally sway towards Italian food but I’m glad I… Continue reading Awesome Places to Eat #01
With only one week of work left, I’m feeling pretty Christmasy! Seeing most of my friends travelling back home is a little strange to me. Usually, by this time I would’ve finished my last lecture, planned out my revision for the intense January exam period and gone to my retail job to help out with… Continue reading Fixer Upper
I usually don’t do anything for Bonfire Night. I never have really. The last time I really hyped up about Bonfire Night was when I was in primary school and we sang songs, read history and poems about the fireworks. At my old house, we lived up a hill (one of the many hills in Sheffield)… Continue reading Remember the 5th of November
Tweeting on Monday, “This week is the week” I hadn’t realised that it was going to turn upside down real fast. Travel-wise, anyway. It all started on Tuesday, I was planning to meet a friend and wanted to take some pictures for the day, so I went to get my camera where I usually put in a drawer… Continue reading An unexpected trip
The majority of us use Google Keep, notes, to-do list apps on our phones to help us keep productive. Why? Because it’s obviously so much easier to type things on our phones, tablets and laptops/computers. I’ve been using Google Keep and Calendars to keep track of everything in my life from shopping lists, events, to-do… Continue reading Increasing my productivity with Bullet Journals
Today I turn 20. Well… to be more precise I turn 20 at 11:15 pm tonight which actually means my birthday is only 45 minutes on the 24th of June every year. I don’t feel any different. When I was younger I used to think that going into 20, I’d have my whole life together and… Continue reading Turning 20
Today I’m participating in Georgie’s monthly link-up “A Day in My Life” – be sure to join, I’m always curious about how other people spend their day! I haven’t been up to much; I spent most of it resting, getting through my to-watch list (today I watched Monster’s University, yes I’m very late but 100%… Continue reading A Day in the Life: June 2016
Following my previous blog, I’ve been trying to keep myself as busy as possible and away from indoors, my room and laptop. I have to say this was a success because since then I’ve been working, hanging out with friends and finding more beautiful places in my city. A few days ago, I planned to… Continue reading Weekly overview:
Where has summer gone?
☁ Today, I’ve decided to do Georgie’s link up this month. Day in the Life is a monthly link up where bloggers document their daily life on a designated day each month to show what a typical day is like. Make sure to join in! I always love reading what people have been up to on a… Continue reading A Day in The Life: Every November
It’s crazy how time goes by so quickly, I can hardly remember how this year started, the middle bits then next thing I know it’s already close to the end of the year. John Lewis has already released their next Christmas advert, which means it’s close to Christmas which in turn means, I need to… Continue reading Out on the verge
Wow, is all that I can say. It’s been such a crazy, information-packed last few weeks since I returned to university for my second year, I’ve been meaning to make some time for blogging but honestly, the workload has been so overwhelming. My schedule has been: lecture, labs, lecture, labs, study, study, study, remember to… Continue reading Just up to my clavicle
I’m not one who usually sleeps in during the mornings, I usually wake up and get up bright and early (or gloomy and cold if you’re in England!) before anyone else in my family. I’ve been described as a morning person because of how I always am every morning: cheery and overly-energetic (regardless of the… Continue reading My go-to products
I usually am very busy during the week with my part time jobs and/or working on university-related things. But, I managed to have some time off this week and spent some quality time with my non-identical twin sister. Although it was a little chilly, we spent a lot of time in town shopping and just… Continue reading Always covalently bonded
With the new academic year just around the corner for university students (and school starting for younger students), I decided to write this post about my personal goals and plans for my next university year. I feel like writing about it, would really help motivate me to keep my mind straight on what I really want… Continue reading Goals & plans
I’m a terrible cook. To redeem myself (sort of), I can bake (sort of) but cooking actual meals are a big no! When I do try to, it usually (almost always) turns out burnt and inedible or sometimes is just a mix of everything together to make a big lump of … smoosh. One of… Continue reading Learning to cook! (properly)
After my first year at university, I gave myself a goal to get back into reading books. I admit, the last books I properly read was my A Level books, sad but true #studentlife. So that I did, for the first few weeks, I started reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline! I often find myself… Continue reading The princess in the oasis