With my university graduation ball almost 2 weeks ago I thought I'd do a little post on "how to grad ball". We all know gradball is the one night when every individual on the course comes together and celebrates 4 long years of hard work and studying... so of course everyone is going to go … Continue reading How to Gradball
Being a real foodie I love finding out about new restaurants and eateries, and when I had the opportunity to collaborate with TWID for this post I was eager to find out more about their restaurant, which has its own little unique twist to it. I'd like to make clear from the outset that this … Continue reading A Taste of Opera
If you've read some of my posts on here then you would have figured out by now that I'm a major foodie and I love nothing more than eating out. Buffets? They have my name written all over them, so when I was invited to Cosmo Authentic World Kitchen I couldn't say no and instead … Continue reading Cosmo: Food Heaven?
Do you ever get those days when you don't feel like going to the gym, or maybe you physically can't as you're out of the city and the hotel you're staying at doesn't have the facilities such as a gym? Well don't fret, these next products that are featured in today's posts means that you … Continue reading Beast Gear Review
I OFFICIALLY HAVE A DEGREE....I REPEAT, I OFFICIALLY HAVE A DEGREE. So today I'm going about my normal business in my room getting ready to head into town for some last minute London shopping and everything changed. I noticed I had received a text, and I knew it wasn't from my boyfriend as he was … Continue reading I OFFICIALLY HAVE A DEGREE!
Loss is something that happens to us all in life, whether losing a close friend when a friendship breaks down or through the death of a loved one. It's inevitable but that doesn't make it any easier to come to terms with. If you read my Supermarket Flowers post you'll know that I lost my … Continue reading Dealing with Loss
Travelling...it's something everyone is doing these days. With more and more people going inter-railing, taking a gap year to explore the world, or just wanting a temporary escape from the 9-5 working life, it's one thing that unites us all. One noticeable feature when you listen to stories or read about people's travelling experiences is … Continue reading Tournac: Travel, Meet, Share