Monday, 17 October 2016


I think I might have written a blog post on these products in the past, however now that I've been using them every day for over six months, I thought I can now give a proper, honest review on both of them and how they've worked for me. 


Thursday, 13 October 2016


Something I love doing around this time of year with my style is layering. I love to be cosy and also having the option of adding or taking off layers depending on whether you're inside or outside. Layering is something that has become a big trend lately and it's a great way of getting more use out of some of your more summery wardrobe items. For example, I love wearing pretty, lace camisoles during Summer, but come the colder months they're harder to wear unless you're going out for a nice dinner or somewhere that you'll be inside the warm. However, if you pair these kind of tops with a plain t-shirt underneath, or even a thin jumper, you'll be creating a whole new outfit and look from items you already have in your wardrobe. The same can be done with dresses too and it's a great way of mixing textures, colours and prints.

Thursday, 6 October 2016


As the colder weather starts to draw in and this year is soon coming to an end, I can't help thinking and planning which trips I would like to go on next year. Travelling has always been a passion of mine and I have been lucky enough to already visit some amazing countries and have incredible experiences by the age of 22. 

Of course I'm not expecting to visit all of these places in the coming year, but I like to start thinking about my top 10 dream destinations to visit, as I always think it's good to set yourself goals and dream big! One of my favourite bloggers who you probably already know 'Inthefrow' did a similar post recently which definitely got me thinking about where I would like to visit if I had to narrow it down to the top 10...


Sunday, 2 October 2016


So I've written a few 'life update' posts before when something has either changed or theres a new chapter of my life starting, and today I feel as though it's this post covers both of those. As some of you may know, I've just graduated from university after completing a degree in Adult Nursing. I'm someone that doesn't like to quit and will persevere through something even if it's maybe not right for me or I'm not totally happy, because I like to get to the end and say I've finished. 
However, back in my second year of my nurse training, I realised that this maybe wasn't the career path for me and that maybe I should quit because it wasn't what I expected. I wasn't quite sure what I didn't like about the course in particluar , but I just knew that it wasn't right for me and wasn't making me happy. Don't get me wrong, I love working with people and helping others, but just the whole job role and pressures from university made me realise that it wasn't the path I wanted to follow. After thinking about quitting for a long time, I thought that I would carry on anyway and continue the course, because even if I didn't become a nurse after university, at least I would still have a degree qualification and that counts for a lot on it's own. It also helped that I had amazing university friends and housemates supporting me through the whole time, and without them being there I definitely wouldn't have carried on. 
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