Tag: lifestyle blogger

Life Lately and Summer Travel Plans

Life Lately and Summer Travel Plans

It’s currently early afternoon on a sunny Sunday and I’m still in bed. I feel like I’m definitely living my best life. I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with Sundays. When I was at school I used to hate them because the whole day would […]

Dear Diary: Hello 2017

Dear Diary: Hello 2017

Hello my lovelies and hello 2017- the world is counting on you to be better than the last year, no pressure or anything… As I enjoyed doing my December Diary series last month I thought I’d make it a regular feature. I know a lot […]

Why I Regret Making My Blog Self-Hosted

Why I Regret Making My Blog Self-Hosted

Today’s post was originally going to be a photo diary of Split but I really don’t feel like publishing another post which is going to get minimal views, no matter how hard I promote it, and which is going to get no interaction what- so-ever. […]

Why It’s Okay To Be Unsure Of What You Want Out Of Life

Why It’s Okay To Be Unsure Of What You Want Out Of Life

  I feel like I don’t write very many lifestyle or personal posts anymore but I feel like, when I do, they’re always centred around me not knowing what the bloody hell I’m doing with my life (like this one I wrote not long ago […]

Youqueen- California, Vegan Smoothies & Things every teen should know

Youqueen- California, Vegan Smoothies & Things every teen should know

Recently I wrote three articles for the online magazine youqueen.com. It’s a magazine written for women anywhere in the world, written by women from across the globe. Because even a Queen needs help sometimes.  I thought I’d write a post which links to all the pieces […]

Homesick at Home

Homesick at Home

I’m at home and I’m homesick. I’m homesick for a place I only called home for mere days, I’m homesick for places I haven’t been to, I’m homesick for people I am yet to meet, and I’m homesick for the love and adventure I feel […]

My Life Is In Limbo

My Life Is In Limbo

My life is in limbo. I’ve just completed a degree which I’ve put my absolute all into and now it’s all over. It’s a strange place to be in, not knowing where you’ll be this time next month, next year, or in ten years’ time. […]