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30 Before 30

Today I turned 26! I’m now officially closer to 30 than 20. On my 19th birthday, a relative told me they were turning 30 soon and I laughed at how old they were. I couldn’t even imagine being 30, it seemed so old. But I’ve come to realise that getting older isn’t a bad thing. […]

5 Things To Let Go of During The Holiday Season

Christmas is such a beautiful time of year. Christmas lights, time with family and friends, lovely wrapped gifts, Christmas movies and the perfect excuse to drink hot chocolate every day. The holidays can be so joyful, but they can also be a time of stress, anxiety and worry. That’s why to fully embrace Christmas, I’ve […]

40 Journal Prompts To Practise Gratitude

One of my favourite ways of expressing gratitude is by journaling. I try to write in my gratitude journal daily and it really helps me to feel like there’s some good in this world even though everything is more challenging these days. Practising gratitude has such a positive impact on your health and well-being as […]

Bookish Instagram Story Templates

Instagram is a great way of connecting with other readers and getting more book recommendations. Not that we need more recommendations with our ever-growing tbr lists. One of my favourite things about Instagram is posting bookish content on my stories. A great way to do that is by sharing templates. They work as a great […]

Book Review: By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrison

“Three tiny, ancient beings – Moss, Burnet and Cumulus, once revered as Guardians of the Wild World – wake from winter hibernation in their beloved ash tree home. When it is destroyed, they set off on an adventure to find more of their kind, a journey which takes them first into the deep countryside and […]

The Rory Gilmore Reading List

Any Gilmore Girls fan knows that Rory is the inspiration for living our bookish lives. She always had a book with her and inspired many watchers to start reading. Throughout the show, Rory references many different books and authors. In honour of it being Autumn now and we all know that Autumn is Gilmore Girls […]

Is Decluttering A Waste Of Money?

One of the comments that I often get on my decluttering posts is “throwing things away is a waste of money” or “how do I not feel like I’m wasting money?” and honestly, I get it. When I first started my decluttering journey, I wanted to keep hold of anything that cost a lot of […]

How To Simplify Your Calendar and Be Intentional With Your Time

Intentional living is all about making purposeful and deliberate choices that allow you to focus on what you want and work towards that. It means investing your resources into the things that matter to you the most. One of the most important resources we have in this life is time. So, here are a few […]

Raise The Stakes With These Minigames From Big Console Releases

Video games fall into two categories: those that are focused on a sole objective or mission and those with other things to see and do aside from the mission. For example, in the New Pokémon Snap game, players are tasked with taking photos of Pokémon to learn more about them, thereby having a sole objective. […]

6 Questions To Ask Yourself While Decluttering

Decluttering isn’t easy. If you don’t know where to start, it can feel like a huge challenge that no one really wants to start. The goal of decluttering is to only surround yourself with items that bring you happiness or provide a service to your life. If you find your life is full of chaos […]

Classic Book Recommendations And Where To Start With Classic Literature

Reading the classics is something that I’ve always wanted to do but I didn’t know where to start. I didn’t feel smart enough and I wasn’t really sure I’d even enjoy them. That was until I decided to bite the bullet and give the classics a try. Back in 2021, I decided to start reading […]

How to Do a Brain Dump to Declutter Your Mind

Decluttering has become quite the discussed topic here on my blog but something that I don’t talk about as much is decluttering your mind. In my opinion, decluttering your mind and your mental space is just as important as decluttering the physical items in your life. One of the best ways to declutter your mind […]

Book Review: The Warlow Experiment by Alix Nathan

“The year is 1793 and Herbert Powyss is set on making his name as a scientist. Determined to study the effects of prolonged solitude on another human being, he advertises for someone willing to live in his cellar for seven years in return for a generous financial reward. The only man to apply is John […]

How to Break The Clutter Cycle For Good

Have you ever noticed how putting down one item on a flat surface rapidly leads to a pile of items that you don’t know how they accumulated? That’s because clutter attracts clutter. I’ll give you an example that I noticed in my own life recently. Next to a chair in my bedroom is a little […]

A Cosy Autumnal Reading List

Autumn is by far my favourite season of the year. It’s a time to be filled with blankets, hot chocolates, and our favourite books. Reading is my all-time favourite Autumn activity. Nothing can beat reading under a blanket on a windy day. If you’re looking to add some books to your tbr piles for Autumn, […]

Borrow It Before You Buy It

I want to start this post by saying there’s nothing wrong with buying things. If you want something and you feel it will improve your life, then go and buy it. However, these days, we seem to have forgotten that the thing we want might be easier and cheaper to obtain by borrowing. There are […]

Book Review: Snow & Rose by Emily Winfield Martin

“Snow and Rose didn’t know they were in a fairy tale. People never do…. Once, they lived in a big house with spectacular gardens and an army of servants. Once, they had a father and mother who loved them more than the sun and moon. But that was before their father disappeared into the woods […]

12 Things To Do While Watching TV (Instead Of Scrolling On Your Phone)

In a world with Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime and everything else, it’s easy to find yourself binge-watching another show. I remember when you’d only watch a handful of shows and you’d have to wait for them to come on tv at a certain time. Now it’s all available to us whenever we want it. Oh […]

7 Ways To Live A More Intentional Life

In today’s busy world, it’s not surprising that more and more people are turning to slow and intentional living. No one wants to be living a chaotic and stressful life. What is intentional living? Essentially, intentional living is a lifestyle that allows you to focus on what you want and work towards that. Through intentional […]

Book Review: The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry

“Christopher and Hannah are a happily married surgeon and nurse with picture-perfect lives. All that’s missing is a child. When Janie, an abandoned six-year-old, turns up at their hospital, Christopher forms an instant connection with her, and he convinces Hannah they should take her home as their own. But Janie is no ordinary child, and […]

Too much yarn? Let’s Bust That Yarn Stash

I want to start this post by saying that there really is no such thing as too much yarn. I might have boxes full of it to the point that I’m running out of storage space, but it still isn’t enough and no one can convince me otherwise. But sometimes you’ve had yarn sitting around […]

Book Review: I Am Ill With Hope by Gommie

In 2019, poet-artist Gommie created a project where he walked around the coast of England and Wales in 365 days with nothing but a tent, some basic supplies and some pens. He wrote poems and sketched them in his Moleskine diary to share the stories and experiences based on conversations with locals. Gommie did all […]

Book Review: The Surface Breaks by Louise O’Neill

“Deep beneath the sea, off the cold Irish coast, Gaia is a young mermaid who dreams of freedom from her controlling father. On her first swim to the surface, she is drawn towards a human boy. She longs to join his carefree world, but how much will she have to sacrifice? What will it take […]

6 Things I’ve Learned From Reading Anne of Green Gables

I completely fell in love with Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. You’ve probably read the books, watched a film adaptation or watched the Netflix series, Anne with an E before. If not, you will probably have heard of Anne of Green Gables before. It’s a classic! The whole series teaches us some inspiring […]

28 Cottagecore Aesthetic Movies

Searching for Cottagecore movies to watch? Here are some of my favourite cosy and whimsical recommendations. Howl’s Moving Castle (2004) ‘When Sophie, a shy young woman, is cursed with an old body by a spiteful witch, her only chance of breaking the spell lies with a self-indulgent yet insecure young wizard and his companions in […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Making The Most Of Your Local Library

Whenever I think about how most people don’t make use of their local library it makes me so sad. A place full of free books, why wouldn’t you love that?! Since libraries are such an important part of life, I figured I’d share 5 reasons why you should be making the most of your local […]

Places To Store Your Books Around Your Home (Other Than Your Bookshelves)

As a reader, I’m constantly adding new books to my collection. My shelves are getting full but that’s not going to stop me from visiting a local bookshop and grabbing some new books. At this point, books are becoming more than just a fun hobby. Yes, I still buy my books to read them. But […]

Gratitude Lists: The Benefits and How To Get Started

Writing gratitude lists can be a great habit to start. It’s a wonderful self care exercise that can help improve your wellbeing and mental health. Noticing what we’re grateful for each day allows the feeling of gratitude to lead us in a more positive direction. By making just a short gratitude list, we are able […]

7 Beginner Crochet Mistakes To Avoid

It’s easy to forget that everyone was a beginner once. No one is born knowing how to crochet. Wouldn’t that have been great if we were though? If you’re reading this post then it’s likely that you wish to learn how to crochet. That’s great if so! But before you get learning, it might be […]

Book Review: Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo

‘Camino Rios lives for the summers when her father visits her in the Dominican Republic. But this time, on the day when his plane is supposed to land, Camino arrives at the airport to see crowds of crying people… In New York City, Yahaira Rios is called to the principal’s office, where her mother is […]

My Top 7 Reads of 2022 So Far

Since we are halfway through 2022 now, I thought it would be a lovely idea to tell you about some of my favourite reads of the year. They Both Die in the End by Adam Silvera I caved and read this book because everyone was talking about it. All the bookish people on Twitter and […]

Some of My Digital Journal Pages

While I’ve been away from my blog for a little bit, one of the things I spent more time doing was journaling. More specifically, digitally journaling. Journaling has been such a relaxing way for me to create without putting too much pressure on myself. I’ve found it almost therapeutic to sit with my iPad and […]

Top 8 Inspiring Fictional Characters

Sometimes we come across a character whether that’s in a book, film or any other form, and that character inspires us to be a better version of ourselves. Finding a character who makes you feel like you can be the best version of yourself is a great feeling. So here are some of my most […]

Do you need to be a minimalist to declutter?

I’ve been decluttering a lot recently. My home was rapidly becoming a place of clutter which was negatively impacting my mental health. My home no longer felt like my safe space and began to add to the stress of daily life. Instead of walking through the front door and feeling ready to relax, I felt […]

How To Romanticise Your Home

Your home is your safe space. It’s a place where you can relax, refresh and rest. It’s also a place where you can socialise, prepare and plan. Honestly, your home is sort of your base, and it should be a place that you enjoy spending time in. One of the best things you can do […]

6 Things In Your Day-To-Day Life To Romanticise This Winter

Winter can be a pretty difficult time of year for many people. The days are shorter and the weather is colder. But that doesn’t mean there are not beautiful parts of Winter too. It can be harder to see the beauty in life during the shorter days, but that’s just even more of a reason […]

My 2022 Word Of The Year and How To Choose Yours

Setting yourself a word of the year can be a great alternative or addition to your new year’s resolutions. It can be your guide when you’re setting goals and help you to determine what is really important to you. I have quite a few goals that I want to work on through 2022, but I […]

6 Reasons To Read Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables is such a whimsical, feel-good story that you’d be completely missing out if you didn’t read it. It’s one of those books that I wish I had read sooner so I would have more time in life to read it over and over again. Since I don’t have a time machine […]

A Cosy Winter Reading List

Reading is one of the best cosy activities. You can curl up under a blanket, light a candle, sip a hot drink and spend hours in a fantasy world. What’s not to love about it? Since the winter months are on their way and it’s about to be chilly, I thought it would be nice […]

25 Things To Be Grateful For On My 25th Birthday

It’s my 25th birthday today! And what better way to celebrate a birthday than by talking about the things we are grateful for? Practising gratitude is a great way to help you feel happier in life. I often forget to look on the more positive side and I’m sure many others do too. Life can […]

20 Gift Ideas That Aren’t Things

With Christmas being just around the corner, we will all see plenty of wishlists that are filled with items we want. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. But what about a gift for someone who wants to have a clutter-free Christmas? Or a gift for someone who already has everything? This is where a non-material […]

Gift Ideas For Book Lovers That Aren’t Books

Buying a book-lover a gift can be a challenge. Do you buy them a book that you think they’d like? Do you buy them some bookish merch? Or do you buy them something they would enjoy while reading? There are so many options. Gift-giving is one of the best things about Christmas time. Seeing someone’s […]

Top Four Books To Read This Halloween

Halloween is nearly here which can only mean one thing… it’s time to read some spooky books! Obviously, Halloween means other exciting things too like scary movies, lots of sweets and trick or treating, but the best part of it all is books, so let’s focus on that. I’m an absolute wuss. This doesn’t change […]

6 Creative Uses For Label Makers

Since buying a Dymo Label Maker, I’ve been feeling the need to label absolutely everything. At first I was just enjoying labelling everything with what they are but then I started to wonder if the Dymo label maker (or any label maker really) had more uses. I love to get creative so when I started […]

Getting Ahead For Christmas and Planning In September

I know what you’re thinking… it’s only September, why am I already chatting about Christmas..? Well, my friends, Christmas is only 3 months away and whether you like it or not, it’ll be here before you know it. Suddenly it’ll be December and you’ll be rushing around the shops trying to get those last-minute gifts […]

Mini Book Reviews #2

My current love of reading is still going strong. I’m still cautious not to push myself so I don’t end up in a reading slump again, but I’m feeling happy that I’m still going with my reading. Since I started reading again after my year long reading slump, my reading has definitely slowed down a […]

How and Why I Track My Reading

One of my favourite things is collecting and organising information. When it comes to my books, this is no different. There’s so many options out there for reading tracking and believe me, I’ve tried a lot of them. Over the years I’ve managed to find a few that I prefer and I found some apps […]

18 Quotes That Make Me Feel Excited To Be Alive

Life can be hard sometimes but I’m a firm believer that if you appreciate the smaller moments then you’ll find a lot more beauty in life. Even though some days can be a challenge, it’s always worth trying to make yourself feel happy and excited to face the day. One way that you can do […]

14 Simple Life-Changing Habits To Apply To Your Life

Whether we realise it or not, some of our daily habits can hold us back in life. I’m not trying to say that everything you do needs to help you better yourself. Sometimes we do things just because we want to and that’s okay. However, it’s always good to incorporate some new daily habits into […]

I Tried Reading Audiobooks ♡ Here’s How It Went..

I want to start this off by saying that I have never been a fan of audiobooks. In the past, I would even have gone as far as to say that listening to an audiobook isn’t reading. But oh how wrong I was. At the start of June, I challenged myself to read more books. […]

Mini Book Reviews #1

I’ve become obsessed with books again. I want to read all of the time and all I think about is books. Obviously, that will be reflected here on my blog. This post is the first of a series that you may see popping up every couple of months on this blog. I can’t know how […]

Slow Living 101: A Beginner’s Guide To Living Slowly

These days, everyone is moving fast. We live in a fast-paced world and it’s easy to get swept up in the rush of it all. This is where slow living can help. Here’s the thing: in the long run, faster is not always better. Living too fast can lead to burnout and leave you feeling […]

How To Do A Personal Mid-Year Review

As we near the second half of 2021, it’s a great time to evaluate your habits and do a personal mid-year review. Are you on track to reach your goals? Are you being the best version of yourself? Is there anything you can do better? You might be in a position with work or education […]

The 20 Questions Book Tag

I love reading book tag posts. It so fun to find out more about how people read and hear people’s reading opinions. So of course, when my lovely friend Emma from The Bookworm Girl tagged me to answer the 20 questions book tag, I was super excited! So, let’s get answering the questions!

Some Everyday Things That We Should Start Romanticising

Life can be tough so it’s important to enjoy the little moments that bring us happiness. I’ve seen a lot of talk online about romanticising your life and honestly, I’m here for it. I love the idea of taking the most basic and usually boring parts of your day and embracing them. “It’s been my […]

Books I’d Like To Read This Summer ♡ Summer TBR

Summer is nearly here and I’m actually dreading it. I really don’t do well in the heat. One of the things that I am looking forward to though, is sitting in the shade with a book in my hand. Reading outside just feels so much nicer than reading indoors. I plan on reading a lot […]

Trying The Modern Milkman Service ♡ Is It Worth It?

I came home from town one day to see that The Modern Milkman had posted a flyer through the door about their service. I usually ignore that kind of stuff but I was intrigued so I looked up their website. They seemed to have all the daily essentials that anyone can need. And it was […]

How I Got Out Of The Worst Reading Slump

My reading journey has been a little bit of a rollercoaster. Up until I was about 14 years old, I refused to read for fun. I read when school made me but that was it. I had a friend who loved reading. She would read what I referred to as ‘adult books’. And no, I […]

5 Youtubers I’ve Been Loving Lately

I accidentally developed a Youtube obsession. It all started when I decided to waste a bit of time during these never ending lockdowns. What started as a time waster, has turned into a favourite part of my day. It sounds silly but I just love getting into bed in the evening and watching some of […]

New Pokémon Snap ♡ Gaming Review

New Pokemon Snap is a relaxing and fun game for any Pokemon fan. In the game, players are tasked with helping Professor Mirror explore the islands of the Lental region. With your research camera at the ready, you become a Pokemon researcher who explores islands and takes photos of Pokemon in order to learn more […]

Lovely Things To Include More Of In Your Life

There’s often a lot of joy to be found in the smallest and simples parts of everyday. Sometimes it can be hard to see the happy parts of daily living because we are all so busy just trying to get through the day. Life can feel repetitive and rubbish, but if you really think about […]

22 Things To Tweet When You’re Out Of Ideas

Twitter is probably my all-time favourite social media. Instagram is great, don’t get me wrong. But on Twitter, I can tweet random rubbish and there’s no pressure to make it perfect like I sometimes feel with Instagram. One of my favourite things about Twitter is how quickly it moves. I love that one second I […]

One Month Of Learning To Crochet

How have I already been learning to crochet for one month?! I feel like only a few days ago I decided to head out to buy some yarn and crochet hooks. But anyway, it’s been a month and it’s definitely been an interesting and fun month. I’ve learned quite a bit during my month of […]

I’m Learning To Crochet

For most of my life, I’ve know people who can crochet. Whether it was a family member, a friend or someone who I chatted to online, I feel like I knew a lot of talented people. I found myself owning quite a few crocheted pieces that I was gifted from people and I loved all […]

I Binge Watched Every Marvel Movie And These Are My Thoughts

I’ve been a Marvel fan since 2014 when I watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier in the cinema. Before then, I had watched a few of the films but never really fully invested. After watching The Winter Soldier, I decided I wanted to learn more about the Marvel Universe. I did a little research and […]

10 Ideas To Fill Your Notebooks

If you’re anything like me, then you buy notebooks a lot quicker than you use them. And I don’t blame you! There’s some absolutely lovely notebooks out there so how can anyone resist buying them?! Since you’ve probably got at least one spare notebook if you’e reading this, then I figured that I would share […]

Book Review: Roots by Tara O’Connor

‘Wrapped in real family history and set amongst the natural beauty of the Irish countryside, Roots is a classic romantic-comedy adventure and a page-turning account of a young woman finding herself. On a journey to the old world ― she discovered a whole new world. After a messy year of heartbreak and setbacks, Tara sets […]

A Few Snaps of My Animal Crossing Home Interior

Animal Crossing has become a huge part of my life again. I found myself getting bored of the game at the end of last year but I found myself loving it again in January. Since I’ve started playing ACNH more again, I thought that it might be fun to show you all some screenshots of […]

Dating Advice I Wish Someone Gave Me

As a single woman who has been through quite a few failed relationships, I feel like there are quite a lot of things I’ve learned now that I wish someone would have told me when I first started dating. Back in June, I shared a post with you all where I explained that I was […]

My Relationship With Food And Why Diet Culture Sucks

All I can think about is food. I will go to the local corner shop and buy as much ‘bad’ foods as I can, then I’ll go home and eat until I physically can’t swallow anymore. I’m spending so much money on food yet I never feel fully satisfied. My relationship with food is confusing. […]

Books I Want To Read In 2021

I really do have a love-hate relationship with reading. I spent most of 2019 and 2020 in a huge reading slump that made me think I would never enjoy reading again. Luckily, one day at the start of December 2020, I felt in the mood to read a little bit before going to sleep one […]

100 Things To Be Grateful For

I know that 2020 really hasn’t been a great year for most people, but that doesn’t mean that it’s all doom and gloom. Sometimes you might have to search pretty hard for something to be grateful for but there will always be something. Even when you feel like your day is going terribly, there’s still […]

A-Z Of My Favourite Characters

People online keep talking about comfort characters and I honestly love it. Finding a character who brings you happiness in that way is just so lovely. I was trying to work out who my comfort character was but I couldn’t just choose one. So, I decided to try making an A-Z list of all my […]

Animal Crossing Island Build Ideas

The online Animal Crossing communities can be so much fun. I absolutely love seeing what people have been working on for their island and seeing people having so much fun playing the game. I know that sometimes the Animal Crossing Twitter community can be a little harsh but overall, it’s such a wonderful place. I […]

My Autumn Bucket List 2020

Summer has been a pretty odd experience this year so I’m glad that it’s finally coming to an end. Although, I would say that about summer any year because I just really don’t like the heat too much. I’ve always been a bigger fan of the colder weather so naturally I prefer Autumn and Winter […]

6 Mindful Social Media Practises To Make You Happier Online

Social media is becoming very overwhelming these days. There’s topics that are becoming more actively spoken about and those topics can be rather triggering. Some people might need to take a social media break and some people feel completely fine to carry on using their accounts as normal. All reactions are valid and you’ve got […]

Mini Goals That I’m Setting For August

August is here. I have mixed feelings about the new month but it’s here and there’s nothing that can be done to change it. Last month, I shared my July goals with you all so I figured that it might be good for me to try that agin this month. So, here are my goals […]

Make Your Sundays More Productive

We’ve all heard of the Monday Blues, but I feel like there needs to be a phrase for Sundays too. Knowing that Monday is quickly approaching and you have to get back to work, school, college, or whatever else you have to do in the week can fill you with a ‘meh’ feeling. It’s pretty […]

Things On My July To Do List

Starting a new month has always been a pretty exciting time for me. I love the idea that a new start is here and I get to reevaluate my life and my goals. Am I making progress on my goals? Are the goals I’ve set still relevant? If the answer is no, then I get […]

I’m Going Through A Break Up

For those of you who have been following my life through this blog, then I have quite an update for you… I’m going through a break up. My 5 year relationship is over. So, Simon and I decided to end our relationship. It was quite a weird decision to make after five years but it […]

Self Care Ideas For A Bad Mental Health Day

Self care is important all the time can it can be difficult to practise self care when you’re going through a tough time. On bad mental health days, it can feel like nothing is possible and we completely forget to take care of ourselves. We might even end up wrapping ourselves in a blanket and […]

12 Instagram Story Ideas For When You Have No Idea What To Post

Instagram is such a huge online platform so it only makes sense to make the most of it when you’re trying to grow your online life. Instagram stories just keep on getting better so there’s no time to wait when it comes to using them. Whether you use Instagram for fun, or you use it […]

Confessions Of A Disney Addict

Disney is a huge part of my life. I love nothing more than visiting a Disney park, watching a Disney film or cuddling a Disney plush. I recently realise that I don’t really talk about Disney a lot on this blog, even though it’s so important to me. It’s probably because there’s so many other […]

Animal Crossing Island Updates ♡ My Island Life So Far

I’m pretty sure that you all know that I love Animal Crossing by now. It’s taking over my life and I’m not sorry at all. I’ve played for over 280 hours so far and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon. I finally got a 5 star island just the other day so I’m […]

A Playlist For Mental Health Recovery

My mental health sucks right now. Lockdown is draining me and I feel like I’m stuck. Right now, my main way of making myself feel less glum is listening to some motivating, spirt lifting, happy, positive songs. Music has a weird way of making you completely change your mood and it can even give you […]

Things On My May To Do List

In my endeavour to be organised each day, week, month and year, I have been writing up plans for each month. I had drafted Aprils’s plans and goals but I didn’t share them because I was apprehensive of whether or not I would actually complete them. I am the queen of making plans and giving […]

The Estellosaurus Animal Crossing Island Getaway Tag

Animal Crossing is taking over my life. Everything I do revolves around the game these days. Even when I see a bug in real life, my brain instantly tries to work out how many bells that bug is worth. If only I carried a net with me in real life too. I have now nearly […]

My Animal Crossing: New Horizons Daily Checklist

The best thing about Animal Crossing: New Horizons is that there’s something new to do every day. As well as those new tasks, you can complete some daily checklist tasks. These tasks will help you make the most of my time on your island. Many of these tasks can be completed everyday so it’s pretty […]

Can You Be Productive All The Time?

I think we all have an inbuilt desire to be productive. We have goals and we hope to reach them as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, if you’re not born into a super rich family or you don’t have all the luck in the world, then you’ll probably have to work for your goals. If you’re […]

Things To Appreciate In Your Teens

The teenage years are hard. If I think back to my teenage years, I wince a little at the thought of it all. There’s the difficulty of learning who you are, making friends and dealing with school. Plus, it’s the time in life when your hormones are going crazy, but I won’t even get started […]

February 2020 Round-Up

February has come to an end. The second month of the century has been completed. I’m very thankful that it didn’t last as long as January did. I thought that January was never going to end. February is a funny little month. I always feel like February is the month of change. I’m not sure […]

5 Minute Tasks To Boost Your Productivity

There are plenty of moments in your life where you are doing nothing. I like to call these ‘in-between’ moments. These are the moments when you are ‘in-between’ other things. We can waste a lot of time with our in-between moments without even realising. A little way that you can notice how many in-between moments […]

5 Tips To Be More Organised And Productive

Productivity is not about doing more, it’s about effectiveness. We have a limited amount of hours in a day. One they are gone, you can not get them back. The way that you spend your hours can be very important. That doesn’t mean that you need to stress out now though. It means that you […]

Things To Tweet When You Need New Ideas

I spend way too much time on Twitter. I could tweet constantly and if my followers wouldn’t get annoyed then I would definitely do it. I recently heard on my timeline that a few people don’t really know what to say on Twitter anymore. Honestly, I can’t relate. I love tweeting and talking to people […]