Tips for Staying Organised

Or as organised as I can! Balancing university, a part time job, blogging, Instagram, a social life and time for myself is probably the best balancing act I’ll do for a while! Over the last 18 months of university, other than learning about my course, it’s really taught me how to prioritise my time and use it more effectively. Especially having a 20+ hour job alongside, at times I can safely say I don’t recommend working so many hours!

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8 Places on My Bucket List

Hello everyone and happy Monday! I hope you are all well, I’m currently in the middle of so much uni work I’m not sure where to begin tackling my never ending to-do list! As my last term is flying by, it has got me thinking about holidays and where I want to visit. So I thought I would make a mini Bucket List here and share with you a few of the places I’d love to visit!

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My Fave Blog Posts of 2018

Hello everyone, I hope you are all enjoying the festive season! As the year comes to an end I thought I would round up all my favourite blog posts from this year. I haven’t done this type of post before on my blog, so why not make a start now! Whilst I love all the posts I publish, there are always some that mean more than others. Or I just love in general!

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Me, My Phone and I

Whilst this is slightly embarrassing to admit, this did teach me more than one lesson. Recently I was out shopping for some winter clothes. So in the changing room I was trying on jumpers, but had no pockets to put my phone anywhere and there was no stool in the changing room. One of the jumpers had pockets, so I put my phone in there whilst I tried everything on. After trying everything on I handed back the items I didn’t want and carried on with my shop.

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Thank U, Next

This morning when I woke up, all over my Twitter timeline were tweets about Ariana Grande’s new song Thank U, Next. As soon as I heard it I felt empowered. I felt like this song is something amazing, rather than slating an ex or anything like that the song thanks them for the lessons she’s learnt. Then turning it into how she’s turned out from all those experiences. It got me thinking about the lessons I’ve learnt from previous relationships.I have been in two relationships, one was an abusive one and the other not. Whilst I don’t want to name the two, I think for me it’ll be a really positive thing to think about the positives of a relationship rather than be ashamed of things that have happened.

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