The books I read January – March (2018)

From January to March I've managed to read 18 books (out of my 75-year target)! I thought I'd make a list of them and maybe give a little review or comments about them - especially my favourites. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman - Unfortunately, this for me was a real disappointment and … Continue reading The books I read January – March (2018)

’10 things you probably don’t know about me’ tag

This is just a little tag post that I thought was super interesting!    I spent a month travelling and doing community work in Madagascar in 2012. My brother chose my name - originally he wanted to call me Bambi. I spoke French in my GCSE Spanish exam and achieved an E. However if it … Continue reading ’10 things you probably don’t know about me’ tag

Travel Journal: Day trip to Rottingdean 2018

A few weekends ago my brother (Mike) and I decided to take a day trip to the town of Rottingdean in Brighton. We started our adventure at The Grange. Inside was a quaint museum featuring art, pieces about actresses, actors and films (Audrey Hepburn & Chitty Chitty Bang Bang included) and a full room dedicated … Continue reading Travel Journal: Day trip to Rottingdean 2018

January University Blues & Fears 

Now, firstly I am not stating I am an expert and neither am I saying this is exactly how you will feel or should feel. I am also not saying that the options to withdraw or take a break are not worthwhile and valid to think about. I did, however, want to reassure people that … Continue reading January University Blues & Fears 

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

Long time no speak! As the year has drawn to a close, Semester 1 has come to an end, the holidays have come and gone and as I am getting ready to return to university it felt rather fitting to do a little update on everything that has been going on for the last few … Continue reading Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

A little bit of Christmas

I thought I could write a little post talking about a few of my favourite things about Christmas and traditions and such to give you an insight into how I celebrate the Holidays! Top 5 Christmas Films Love Actually* Elf* Polar Express* Barbie in the Nutcracker* The Nativity* (and I couldn't help but add The … Continue reading A little bit of Christmas

December (2016) Favourites

December has been such a hectic and busy month so I’m afraid my favourites are lacking a little but none-the-less, here they are!   Beauty This month I didn’t try many new makeup products except a foundation! For months I’ve been looking for a fairly cheap cruelty-free foundation that doesn’t totally mess up my skin … Continue reading December (2016) Favourites

November (2016) Favourites

Beauty: First things first: I am sooo far from being a beauty blogger and my 'skills' are at a rather bare minimum it's laughable however I found a product this month that I fell absolutely head-over-heels in love with. I am a massive lover of all things autumn so discovering Barry M's molten metal nail … Continue reading November (2016) Favourites

Book review: The Girl on the Train

From the moment I read the blurb a good many months ago, I knew this was a novel I wanted to read but it wasn't until a few weeks ago when the wonderful people at SocialBookCo. sent me a copy that I finally got the chance. The Girl on the Train* is a psychological thriller … Continue reading Book review: The Girl on the Train

Ways I help deal with anxiety

Disclaimer: Everyone's struggles will vary which therefore means some of these things may not be achievable for some and some may also not benefit from these tips. This is based solely on my own personal experience.   This morning I woke up in a pool of my own sweat, trembling, with a tight chest and … Continue reading Ways I help deal with anxiety