I can’t believe that in a weeks time I will be leaving work and London, heading to my Nan and Grandad’s for Christmas before catching my flight to Australia. It has been a difficult year for many reasons; being in a long distance relationship isn’t easy, having terminally ill Grandparents is horrible and working in […]Read more "Onto the next chapter"
A month ago I moved out of my flat in London into my boyfriend’s family house, who also live in London. I was invited by them a while ago as they knew I was struggling to save money for my trip to Australia. I am incredibly grateful to them for putting me up for two […]Read more "Living with your boyfriend’s family"
My friend, who will be traveling to parts of South America, recently got a solar powered charger that allows her to charge her phone when she is in places that may not have electricity. The solar charger allows her to charge her phone up to 20-30% once it has been in the sun for 8 […]Read more "How to charge your devices whilst living in a camper van"
The other day, whilst browsing Facebook’s News Feed, I stumbled upon a link to an article that contained advice from people over the age of 60. I thought I would share the article as I feel it is important for people my age to read it. Recently, a question was posed to those over the […]Read more "Advice from an older generation"
I’ve just read a post about a girl who has just turned 20, discussing what she aims to achieve during these vital years of her life. It annoys me that people say your twenties are the best years of your life…my teens were pretty good and I hope my thirties, forties and fifties will be also. […]Read more "Your 20s: The best years of your life"
Sunday’s were made for: Drinking a cup of tea in bed, Eating chocolate, Baking cakes, Watching films in bed, Walking along the coast, Spooning a loved one, Eating roast lamb smothered in mint sauce, Sneakerly eating the last roast potato, Catching up on the programmes you missed throughout the week, Slurping another cup of tea […]Read more "Sunday’s "
When I initially began to read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, as a reader, I felt very disorientated. The way it is written is not what I expected and it took me a while to re-orientate myself to this new way of writing. I guess that is the whole point of […]Read more "Review: The Curious Case of the Dog in the Nightime"
Whilst I sit on the train on my commute to work each morning I tend to see average men or women in suits…slurping from their coffee cups, reading their books or the paper, watching something on their ipads or sleeping. This is what I have become accustomed to. However today a tanned guy with curly […]Read more "The girl with the bright blue hair"
Just like Friends, I became addicted to watching re-runs of The Big Bang Theory. Whilst I was at university, one of my housemates and I used to watch it whilst we cooked our dinner. It became some sort of unspoken routine. We would come home from university or work and begin cooking dinner whilst The […]Read more "Will Australia change my outlook on life?"
Bath is one of my favourite cities, located West of London in Somerset, South West England. It is well known for its architecture, food and scenery. Every time I visit I am your typical tourist, taking lots of pictures of everything in sight, even my own food. On my last visit to Bath, my friends […]Read more "Beloved Bath"