Tanning tips

I'm pretty much never seen without a tan. As I've mentioned before I've been fake tanning for about 10 years now, maybe even longer. Before the days of mouse tanning I was using my mums gradual tanner, putting it on before bed with no colour guide, waking up with patchy streaky orange legs, looking like … Continue reading Tanning tips

Getting into the Christmas spirit

Whilst I am so in the mood for christmas, too much so almost, I am aware that not all of us catch the Christmas bug. I therefore thought that it would be fitting and fun to blog about some of the best ways I think we can get into the Christmas spirit. Please let me … Continue reading Getting into the Christmas spirit

A recipe and a trip to Lincoln

As you'll know from my blogmas introduction, Sunday's blogs (aka today) are non christmas related and just my usual content. I recently spent a few days up in Lincoln with my bestie Bea, I wanted to do a blog on our trip but in all honesty we didn't do MASSES, we just wanted to spend … Continue reading A recipe and a trip to Lincoln

BLOGMAS

Happy Sunday to you all...the last Sunday of November now, it's soon to be December. Where has the year gone? It's been another great year on planet earth for me and I am really looking forward to properly reflecting on this year, what went well, and what didn't go so well...what I've learnt and what … Continue reading BLOGMAS

Mental Health and Studying Abroad

so brave!! an amazing read

The Life of Lucy

This is an extremely difficult post to write, so please bear with me, I’m definitely having doubts about publishing it.  Perhaps the reason for doubt is not wanting to be labelled attention-seeking, or coming across as preachy. But actually, fuck it. If mental health can get the attention it deserves, I’d say that’s a step in the right direction – considering as many as ONE in FOUR young people suffer from some kind of mental illness.

A significant number of people tend to feel very uneasy discussing anything related to mental health, and I vividly remember a close friend telling me not to talk to anyone about it as others would not be so understanding. Initially taken back, I realised the truth behind his words. The only way we can at least lessen the stigma  is to firstly acknowledge it exists and should be treated the same as physical illness…

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Blog post suggestions

Just a little quick mid-week message from me, I hope your week is going well, that it's productive and positive. I was just wondering if anyone had any topics they'd like me to write about, I've got lots of ideas and many in the making, but any suggestions would be really welcome. Feel free to … Continue reading Blog post suggestions