This time last year, I wrote a list of things I wanted to accomplish or do by the time I was twenty years old. This year, as I write this, I’m still nineteen. There’s still time, I suppose. But by the end of the week I have entered my 20’s. I will be in the thirdContinue reading “20 Before 20: Revisited // LIFESTYLE”
If you didn’t already know by my countless tweets, blog posts, Instagram posts and even mentions in YouTube videos (oh yeah, I have a YouTube channel now), I started uni. I know, right? Bet you never would have guessed. In all seriousness, I started my undergrad degree in Communication and Media just over a monthContinue reading “Five Reasons To Live At Home While Studying”
Welcome! (Or if you’re a returning visitor, welcome back). Welcome to my little corner of the Internet where I pretend I regularly write blog posts and upload them. Wow, what a crazy thought, eh?
Meditation is supposed to be this be-all and end-all for living your best life. At least that’s what I’ve heard, anyway.
I’m teaching you how to find inspiration for the things you love, without even leaving the house.
You know when you can see someone ruining their life, and no matter how many times you try to tell them what they’re doing is wrong, or bad, or they’ll regret it, they just won’t listen? Have you ever realized that, a lot of the time, YOU ARE the one who’s buggering everything up?
Throughout the month of May in 2017, there were a number of things I did to try and get my head out of the metaphorical mind-gutter. Both internal and external, both things that affected me and also affected those around me, but all in all this change was good.
As most of those around me know, I’m having quite a hard time as of late.
So it’s been six months since the start of my apprenticeship. For those that have known me for many years, no one could have ever expected me to take such a route in life (I mean it’s only a year long, but it could well shape my life as I know it), and honestly IContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Marketing Apprentice”
So, last week, I turned nineteen. It was a great day. I spent the morning with Connor and his family, relaxing, before coming home to spend the afternoon with mum and pampering myself before holding a surprise birthday party for my mum, which went better than I could have expected. I ended the night byContinue reading “20 Things To Do Before I’m 20”