I don’t know about anyone else, but I love watching youtubers. I sort of thought that in my twenties I would probably stop watching youtube in that sense, but I’m actually becoming more obsessed. Youtube is relaxing and comforting; I’ve always got it on in the background whether I’m getting ready, tidying up or just chilling. I also find several youtubers really motivating and … Continue reading MY FAVOURITE FEMALE YOUTUBERS
Here’s my Tuesday outfit of the day! More of a business look today with some statement trainers. This is a very budget friendly outfit, with suit style cropped grey cigarette trousers from PrettyLittleThing and a high neck cream jumper from H and M. The trainers are soooo cute and are from Monki, bought for £15 in the Asos sale. You can see in these pictures … Continue reading OOTD 16/10/18
I currently work in a fashion boutique so I have to get pretty dressed up every day, so I thought it might be interesting to share my outfits of the day occasionally! Today I’m wearing a leopard print midi skirt from Pull and Bear, with a plain black silk style shirt from ASOS and my new Raid biker boots, as seen on my October wish … Continue reading OOTD 15/10/18
I always set myself monthly wish lists – I don’t buy all the items on there but it’s good motivation whilst at work! It doesn’t help that I currently work full-time as an assistant in a luxury fashion and interior design boutique, so I’m constantly surrounding by and thinking about clothes. The problem is the cheapest piece of clothing at the boutique starts at around … Continue reading October Wish List
This is a weird one for me to write. I’m going to be completely honest with you, before I realised last year that I had developed anxiety and it wasn’t going away, I associated mental health problems with weak people. Yeah, I said it. I was part of the stigma that surrounds mental health. Nowadays, I’m ashamed that I thought like that; but on the … Continue reading World Mental Health Day: My struggle with ‘health’ anxiety
Hindsight is an excellent thing isn’t it? I loved my experience at university, but there’s definitely a few things I’d change. Hopefully some of this advice might help others starting out at uni. You WILL make good friends, I promise. It’ll take time and effort, but it WILL happen. Take better, more comprehensive and organised notes. Abbreviations and writing ‘don’t know what’s going on here’ … Continue reading 5 things I’d tell my university self
I’ll admit it, I was pretty wrapped up in my insular life at uni.The whole set up of my campus uni catered to the creation of the ‘bubble’ kind of lifestyle; where the goings-on of this particular bubble was the focal point of most people’s life and they (including myself) were relatively oblivious to the realities of the outside world. Everything focussed on the group … Continue reading LEAVING THE BUBBLE: or not? post graduation concerns.