• Intentional Living

    Things That Make Me Happy

    Today I thought I’d talk about a few things that make me happy. I think it’s very important to find out what makes you happy and try to do more of it. Take note of the little things in life that you enjoy and would miss if they didn’t happen anymore, it’s very rewarding to feel present and joyful in everyday life. So I had a think and these are some of the things I came up with, beside the obvious one of loving to travel anywhere and everywhere. Cooking with Josh or my friends. I love cooking homemade food, I find it relaxing and it is a good chance…

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    Mother’s Day

    I want to use this Sunday’s post to say a big Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing Mums, Grandmas, Grannys, Aunties, Sisters and also Mums that are no longer with us. I want to say thank you to my Mum for always looking after me selflessly since I was born to now when I have left home. Thank you for chopping all your hair off because I was scared of the hairdryer, thank you for dressing me up as Cindy Lou Who from the Grinch on World Book Day and thanks for letting me bring my washing home from Uni every week. Although I don’t always appreciate you being…

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    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…