Keeping hold of mementoes is something I really love doing. It gives you something to look back on when you're sad or even just something to keep hold of to show future friends and family in years to come. It's nice keeping hold of things and I genuinely believe it forces you to consider the … Continue reading My University Scrapbook
I'm one of those people who, no matter how hard they try, always seem to end up with overflowing draws. I feel like I am constantly going through my wardrobe and taking bags of clothes to the clothes blank, but somehow my collection of unworn t-shirts seems to expand. After watching a few episodes of … Continue reading Marie Kondo-ing My Clothes
Instagram has announced that they are trialling the removal of Like counts from their posts. This means that your followers will not be able to see how many people like your post. However, the creator is still able to click on to view who liked the post itself. This is currently being trialled in Canada, … Continue reading The Death of the Influencer?
I am incredibly nervous to upload this post! I've always been interested in creative writing, but I have never had the confidence to move further than scribbling in a notebook. I thought that a good start in venturing out into this field would be to occasionally post some ramblings on here, so here is the … Continue reading Venturing Into Creative Writing
Nowadays, finding some space and time for yourself is increasingly difficult. Finding that work/life balance can be tricky now that we can get emails on our phones, work from home, become self employed or even just revise in our rooms. I hadn't realised how difficult I find switching off entirely until I had a week … Continue reading Me Time
One of the things that I really struggled with when studying GCSE and A-Level English was knowing how to revise. There were always plenty of tips and tricks for what I call 'fact-based' learning suited for subjects such as maths, science and history where you have a lot of information such as dates and equations … Continue reading My Top 10 Revision Tips
In my last recipe upload I received an interesting comment. A student mentioned that in their dorm they didn't have an oven, which meant that a lot of my recipes would have been rather impossible to cook. I'm assuming that they must be from outside of the UK, since most UK accommodation for students include … Continue reading ‘Oven Free’ Vegan Recipes