Celebration! Tomorrow me and James finally move back to Manchester and into our first home together. I am beyond excited. I can't wait to jazz up the decor, have all my friends over, create my own little desk space and use my bloody slow cooker. (I plan to age twenty years in the next few … Continue reading Good riddance, long distance!
Happy New Year everyone. I'm fully aware you'll be sick to death of other peoples resolutions and you're probably swiping this post away already, but WAIT stick with me! I've always hated resolutions. I try and make changes every year and nearly always fail, mainly because I take on too much at once. This year, … Continue reading My Simple New Year’s Goal.
So I know the done thing for these here bloggers is to do monthly faves, but I shan't be doing that. I'm too out there, I throw caution to the wind and do what the fudge I like. One day maybe I'll be together enough to do this as a monthly feature. However … Continue reading What I’m currently loving!
Okay so to give this post some context you're gonna need some background. I'm one of 10, I have 6 brothers and 3 sisters. Mad I know, believe me in my 22 years I've answered every question people have on the topic! I've recently moved back home and my 'house job' is to do … Continue reading Feeding Time at the Zoo
I've been toying with the idea of writing about music for a while now. In the last two years I've caught the live music bug, it's such a highlight of my month to spend time getting to know and seeing new music. This month has been very busy for me, with lots of different gigs, … Continue reading Music round up: October
I've been thinking a lot lately about creativity. Especially in terms of personal style. When you have an original style and work hard to make it your own, do you own it? Okay I realise that might not have been the the easiest intro to follow. Here's an example! I love statement boots. My best … Continue reading Style and Ownership
Last week the brilliant Iskra Lawrence launched a petition on change.org calling for children to receive self-care lessons in school. It's really got me thinking, how could these classes help future generations? And would it have helped my own self-care issues? For as long as I can remember I've worried about my body shape. It's a part … Continue reading Self-care and body confidence.