Enjoying time alone, the importance of self-love and the awkward in-between phase

I am not sure what this post is. I just wanted to write. I took photographs of the blogosphere magazine for a random instagram and thought up a post title with no significance and just wanted to write something. So I put the random potential instagram post, now blog post image, with a rambling post [...]

How blogging has helped with my mental health

I wrote a post not too long ago about how blogging has helped my everyday life and spoke about how it has given me more confidence. Not only has blogging given me confidence in many aspects of life but it has also helped with my mental wellbeing. When I decided to start blogging I never [...]

Ways To Practice Emotional Self Care

This post is a guest post which was written by Antonia (SweetPassions). Taking care of your emotions is as important as taking care of your physical or mental health. In the business of today’s world it can be pushed to the back seat. We are emotional creators and emotions are such a big part of who [...]

How to stay organised with Blogging

I used to be the most disorganised person, however University and work schedules allowed me to experiment with different ideas and work out what worked for me in terms of becoming more organised.Becoming more organised with University work allowed me to transfer this into my blogging schedule. See also: Balancing blogging and University and my [...]

things to do when you're a homebody

Things to do when you’re a Homebody

I'll put my hands up and say that I spend an awful lot of time indoors. At the point of writing this post I am sitting in my bedroom at 9AM on a Wednesday when most people will be out working. I work at the weekends at the moment so have Monday to Friday pretty [...]

blogging routine

My blogging routine

I have been blogging for seven months and have reached a stage where I find myself doing something blogging related almost every day of the week. If I am not thinking of new post ideas or taking photographs I am engaging on my social media platforms instead. It has become a dedicated obsession and I [...]

Differentiating a fuckboy from a good boy

Differentiating a fuckboy from a good boy

When I am dating, I love the early stages when a new guy or girl is texting you and you are both arranging dates. What I hate is at any moment I could be left wondering if they are actually into me or not. I am sure a lot of us recognise the feeling of [...]

5 Tips for having an unforgettable holiday

If you didn't already know, I am going to Amsterdam at the end of July. I have been going on about it on my social media since I booked the holiday. My friend and I booked a weekend away in Amsterdam during their PRIDE over there and are going to Milkshake festival as well. Besides [...]

I’ve got my degree, what now?

Last week I uploaded one of these pictures that my friend took of me on Brighton Pier and posted it saying things like "I'm so happy with my three year experience", "I've had an incredible three years", "I'm so sad to be leaving Brighton" and "I am so happy to be finishing with a 2:1" [...]

How blogging has helped my everyday life

I have reached a stage in blogging where I am doing something blog related every day of the week. I have become hooked with the 'blogosphere' and it makes me happy. I enjoy producing and publishing content that I am proud to share. For the past week, I had a little thought to myself of [...]