It’s finally the time to pack up my bags and fly off on another adventure. This time, we’re heading to Amsterdam. Day One: Our first day in Amsterdam was a big one. It took us over an hour to walk to the centre and after waking up at 2 in the morning, we were not happy about this. The first thing I did when we got there was to find a canal and take a picture, because you haven’t been to Amsterdam if you haven’t had a canal picture. Amsterdam has more than one hundred kilometres of canals, about 90 … Continue reading TRAVEL DIARIES – AMSTERDAM


I’M FEELING 22! I am officially 22 years old and I couldn’t feel better. I have seen a lot of posts about “things I have learned in so many years” and so I thought I would jump on the band wagon. Adulting is a giant teachable moment and mot of my experiences have come from the past couple years, and so, without further ado, here are 22 things I’ve learned in 22 years. Family is everything. Family is there for you when no one else is. If you don’t have a good family then you find one that works for … Continue reading 22 THINGS I’VE LEARNT IN 22 YEARS


Every once in a while I like to make a little effort with my hair and makeup. This is a throwback makeup day as I don’t have many nowadays. But I just really loved this look. Look how short my hair was, looking back really makes me want to go short again. I love a smile wavy/messy look. The best way I have tried to get this look is to simply French plait your hair the night before and then take it out, spray some dry shampoo at your roots to give your hair a bit more volume and ta … Continue reading EXPERIMENTING WITH YOUR LOOKS


It is obvious that life isn’t always easy, and we are presented with numerous challenges each day. Whether it is what exam to study for next, what paper to cram in before the deadline or the endless thoughts about that one person who left you heartbroken, there are so many thoughts and decisions that could cause stress and sadness. Sometimes it is hard to imagine staying positive when there are so many things that can bring you down, but it is possible. Focus on the positives. I know it’s so easy to list all the things that went wrong today, … Continue reading IF YOU NEED A POSITIVE REMINDER


It has been a year since I stood up on stage and collected my certificate to say I graduated from The University of Northampton with a BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies degree. It’s always scary when you’re in school and you have to choose either going to university or starting work. At first, I wasn’t sure on what I wanted to do. I was scrolling through all the possible courses I could apply for and all the courses involving children just caught my eye and I thought that it’d be something I could enjoy. After months of thinking and deciding … Continue reading A YEAR ON FROM GRADUATING