If you read my latest post you will have seen that A Daily Dose of Holly officially turned ONE on Saturday, I feel like a proud mum. Saturday marked a milestone in my blogging history after numerous failed attempts at blogging since being a teenager...I guess that deserves a round of applause. So, how did … Continue reading Celebrating my “Blogiversary”
Today officially marks one year since A Daily Dose of Holly began, I'm actually pretty shocked for those words to be coming out of my mouth, and for my fingers to be typing this. Why? I've started blogs in the past and lasted no more than a few weeks before packing it all in and … Continue reading 1 YEAR OF BLOGGING!
With Summer coming to an end (not that Scotland had much of a Summer, the majority of what I can remember involves rain and a general lack of sunshine) I thought it'd be nice to reminisce on some of my favourite moments of Summer 2017. I feel as humans we tend to focus on the … Continue reading Summer Reminiscing
I remember starting the application process for university about a year or more before I started my course, and I thought to myself that it wouldn't be a long while before I actually started if I got any offers. I think we sometimes forget just how fast time can fly in, and it certainly did … Continue reading What I learnt at University
Working 7 days a week, juggling 2 jobs and trying to maintain a social life can be tricky, and that's where planning and scheduling is key. Whether it's writing down your weekend shifts, or what time your meeting the girls for dinner, if you're busy, it's essential to keep track of where you should be, … Continue reading Everything starts with a PLAN.
When you get invited to a tea masterclass, you just can't turn it down, well certainly not if you're a tea lover like me. Now T2 aren't just any old tea place, they do tea differently and are all about recreating the tea leaf with over 200 teas now to their name. Having opened their … Continue reading Tea with T2
If you said to me now, "Holly pick one thing about your physical appearance that you really aren't a fan of", I'd without a doubt pick my skin. In my early teens my skin was truly great, the odd pimple every so often, but other than that it was smooth, clear and if by chance … Continue reading A Skincare Miracle