My goals for 2018

Let's start off by saying happy new year! I really hope that 2018 brings you happiness, health, experiences, opportunities and all else that you wish for. I hope we all exercise authority over our own lives, creating the life that we want to live. I am aware that there will be lots of people who … Continue reading My goals for 2018

Being happy in your relationship / friendship / life

The biggest goal for my life is to be happy. Whilst having money, a nice home, nice holidays and shoes seems rewarding, none of those material things seem worthwhile without the happiness and loving people to enjoy them with. Whether or not you have read one of my latest posts about the loss of my … Continue reading Being happy in your relationship / friendship / life

Monochrome will always be in 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

It’s allllll about the trousers

For me, an outfit is made by the trousers. With me living up north, I have to walk to uni in baltic (overdramatic is my middle name) weather conditions, which means wearing small cute crop tops is generally out of the question. This means that I like to let the trousers do all the talking. … Continue reading It’s allllll about the trousers

Bomb.com vegan snacks I could not live without

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

Why PER? (Philosophy, Ethics and Religion)

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)

Parisian chic on a budget

For my 20th Birthday (July 19th) my wonderful boyfriend Mat surprised me with a trip away to Paris for August! We had been super busy all summer and we live a while away from each other out of university term time so some time just the two of us was totally needed and massively appreciated. … Continue reading Parisian chic on a budget