Hopeless Healthy Eating in the Internet Era

  Healthy eating is no longer about grabbing a salad for lunch, drinking anything-in-the-house smoothies and staring blankly into the white space on a dinner plate as you take tiny bites of your chicken, hoping it will fill you up. It’s not a case of munching on leaves and dipping carrots in humus anymore, or swapping your full-fat milk, to semi-skimmed milk and calling it … Continue reading Hopeless Healthy Eating in the Internet Era

An Embroidery Kind of Love

The current, biggest trend on the high street is embroidered-bloody-everything and I bloody love it. At first, I wasn’t set on the whole idea, but after several months of embroidery indoctrination, I am obsessed and cannot wait to be able to buy a few timeless items. My favourite style has to be red / pink floral on black because the contrast really enhances the colours. I’m looking … Continue reading An Embroidery Kind of Love

DIY Christmas: Nightmare Snatchers for Insomniacs

After 2 months of unemployment, Christmas was a cheap, cheerful, and sometimes homemade festival. Knowing a few people who suffer from overthinking and anxieties, I decided to have a look online for gifts that could help keep them calm in the upcoming year. One friend had said she suffered a lot from reoccurring nightmares, and her therapist had suggested she ‘rewrites’ them when she wakes … Continue reading DIY Christmas: Nightmare Snatchers for Insomniacs

2016: The Year of, Like Realising Stuff – Not by Kylie Jenner

Like Kylie Jenner said at the beginning of the year, 2016 was definitely a year of ‘like, realizing stuff’. And whilst I didn’t realize my way to a million dollar house in Casablasas, or a Ferrari into the garage, I did host my own makeup line, pose for a sexy calendar of myself and tease the world with the golden question: Did I get butt … Continue reading 2016: The Year of, Like Realising Stuff – Not by Kylie Jenner

I Just Want Bubble Tea: Ramblings of the Independent Broke Girl

The Low Point With £60 in my bank account, I ventured out to town to pick up some last minute gifts before heading home for Christmas. I make my shopping trip to town short and brief – ensuring as little money as possible is spent. I already feel upset about the £2.50 bus fare, and now I’m being tempted by stalls selling what my body … Continue reading I Just Want Bubble Tea: Ramblings of the Independent Broke Girl