• travel,  Uncategorized

    A Tour of Sheffield

    This post is essentially going to be an ode to Sheffield. I love it, it’s my hometown, where I grew up, where I go to uni and where I love to explore. There are so many cool thing to do and places to eat right in the city centre that are within walking distance of near enough everything. I thought I’d make a hand picked list of places I particularly love if you’re looking for somewhere new to have coffee. Places to Eat Marmadukes Okay so this one is my fave for a lazy Sunday brunch, me and Josh love to go here for the bacon and maple syrup pancakes…

  • Intentional Living,  Uncategorized

    A Week in the Life: Exams Edition

    Okay so I have finished uni now until September apart from 2 upcoming exams which are ruining my life and I can’t wait to be over. I thought I’d do an updated version of what my weeks have been like whilst I’ve been stuck inside revising because I’ve actually managed to do some quite cool stuff this last week despite the workload. Sunday 23rd April: So last Sunday I spent the morning writing and taking photos for my April Favourites blog post which I then posted. I was actually not very well and feeling sorry for myself so it was quite a lazy morning. Then Josh and I had a…

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    The Girls Holiday

    You may already have been on one, you may be planning one or you may think they are the worst idea in the world but we have all heard of the Girls Holiday. It is a rite of passage that we young adults must experience before becoming a proper grown up. Or if you fancy it, proper grownups can still go and let their hair down as well. Today I thought I’d talk through the pro’s a cons of going away with your friends that I’ve found from my own experiences. Going back to Summer 2015, my A- Levels were finished, I was off to Uni in September and our…

  • Intentional Living,  Sustainability,  Uncategorized

    Ethical Shopping

    So today I though I’d talk about something that actually has a bit of meaning and importance behind it rather then just a random assortment of items I’ve been loving this past month. I’ve been noticing for a while that we as a society are obsessed with consumerism. We need to buy everything new, we need it and we need it now. We are addicted to buying and buying and buying more but how often do we stop and think about the impact of our purchases? Not just on our own bank balance but on our fellow human beings and our planet. Let’s face it, we don’t. We all know…

  • Monthly Favourites,  Uncategorized

    April Favourites

    So we seem to be speeding through 2017 at an alarming rate and we are nearly at the end of April already. April seems to have sped by particularly quickly, though I’m quite certain that’s because my exams are looming at the beginning of May, however I’ve still managed to stumble across a few favourites over the last month so let me tell you all about them. Okay so my first and my most recent favourite has to be my new bedding, I am in love. Some people might think it seems a bit childish or girly but when we went to Ikea the other day and I spotted this…