• Intentional Living,  Uncategorized

    A Week in the Life

    So this week I thought I’d so something a bit different and do a week in the life post, basically it’s a vlog but in written format, talking you through what I’ve been up to everyday this week. Basically this is where I realise this post was a bad idea and what I’ve been doing is too boring to write about. If you want to see a visual version of this week, check out Amy’s vlogs where she’s filmed most of what I’m going to talk about! Monday 13th March: So the week started off very well, Me, Josh and Chi decided we would go for a run at 7.30am  to the…

  • travel,  Uncategorized

    TBT- Cornwall

    Todays TBT travel post is focussed around multiple trips to beautiful, sunny Cornwall, you can read the rest of the TBT series here and here. Anyone that lives in the UK is quite likely to have been bundled into the car at 3am, crammed in alongside windbreaks and luggage and set off on the long drive to Cornwall at some point in their life. If you haven’t, then why not? Cornwall is amazing! For international readers, Cornwall is the Southern most county in England and is a popular holiday destination for us Brits, gorgeous coastline, friendly locals and an array of attractions and not to mention the emergence of the sun make it…

  • beauty,  Uncategorized

    Empties

    So this post is by no means original but I thought I’d join in anyway. Today I thought I’d talk about all the products I’ve used up recently and if I’ve enjoyed using them or would I buy them again. I’ll crack on because there’s quite a few to get through. Liz Earle Botanical Shine Conditioner for Normal Hair 200ml : This conditioner is amazing, I use it alongside the matching shampoo but that just hasn’t run out yet. It has a gorgeous fresh orangey scent which is great if you are a morning shower person, despite this conditioner only being for normal hair as apposed to dry it still works…

  • Intentional Living,  Uncategorized

    Life at Uni

    So today I thought I’d chat about what it’s like to be at University in the UK and I’m assuming people will either read it and relate or they might read in disgust of how we students live. I’m currently in my second year, studying History at Sheffield Hallam University and I am never in uni. Literally I attend lectures and seminars for 9 hours a week and the rest of my work is just reading to do in my spare time (which I have a lot of). Now this is going to sound a bit rich coming from someone who’s never in, but uni can get really stressful, especially…

  • travel,  Uncategorized

    TBT- Crete

    So as promised here is the next instalment in the TBT travel series I’m doing- Check out last weeks post here. This week we’re talking about Crete. Greece is my favourite place for a chilled summer holiday as there’s a choice of so many unique islands which all have their own charm and beauty. Last year me and Josh went on our first couples holiday to the largest Greek  island, Crete. We went at the end of May to coincide with my birthday, so the weather was gorgeous but it wasn’t too busy as it fell just before the school holidays. We traveled with Jet2Holidays as they had a great…