If you read my recent blog post about my New York outfits, then you’ll already be aware that I went to New York with my dad and Mat last month over the Easter break (if you haven't, take a read). Going away with my dad and Mat is so much fun, we all bounce off … Continue reading My recent trip to New York
I'm swamped with deadlines this week so I'm posting a blog that I've had sat in my reserves folder for a while. I think I've been hesitant to post it because it's not the most juicy or interesting post, but I still think it could be really beneficial and educational for some, so enjoy! For … Continue reading Let’s make BOSS porridge.
It can be so hard to always focus on the positive, especially when it feels like the negative prevails relentlessly. Whilst I always seek the positive, I often struggle to not allow the negative to takeover, losing my rationality and thinking the whole world is against me. It's the small things that happen, that snowball … Continue reading S*** happens
Just a short one from me this week, I'm swamped with essay deadlines and so I've had to partly sacrifice this blog for a couple of weeks...stay tuned for the ones coming up in the next few weeks, I'll have much more time! Summer is officially in sight and boy am I ready for it, … Continue reading My favourite looks of the season
Monochrome has been a trend for as long as I can remember. It’s chic, classy, versatile and timeless. The majority of my wardrobe is either black or white, to such an extreme that I have a rail in my bedroom purely for monochrome clothes. Therefore, I see it fit to dedicate a blog post to … Continue reading Monochrome will always be in season
Being vegan, does NOT mean you have to sacrifice sweet treats and yummy snacks. Therefore, in this post I have written down all of my favourite vegan snacks that satisfy my naughty cravings. Everything is good in moderation and I certainly don’t hold back when it comes to treating yourself. The beauty of these items … Continue reading Bomb.com vegan snacks I could not live without
I personally think that any degree is relevant, as long as you apply the skills and knowledge you have learnt accurately. For me, a degree in philosophy and ethics was a no brainer. I have always thoroughly enjoyed studying philosophy and ethics, I think they fit together so perfectly, constantly intertwining but also teaching you … Continue reading Why PER? (Philosophy, Ethics and Religion)
Written in Summer 2016 I'm sure we've all seen the current fad that is those pleated culottes, a statement in itself. But these trousers don't stop there, the wide range of colours, patterns and styles of these trousers are endless. After now owning around 5 pairs, I class myself as a pleated culottes pro, a … Continue reading Those baggy trousers