#FridayFive: Five Highlights of 2018

We’re currently in that weird middle ground between Christmas and New Year’s where no one really knows what day it is, whether they should be in work or doing anything at…

Fear of the Unknown: What Happens After I Graduate?

You could say my whole life has been leading up to this moment. After 18 years in education, the day I don the cap and gown will be a momentous occasion.…

How to Party Like A Pro in Liverpool

I didn’t think there could ever be a more suited collaboration on my blog than with Diet Coke, but ladies and gents, I have been proven wrong. You know how most…

#FridayFive: Five Things I Miss About Living in London

I didn’t half time this post well as I’m currently sat in the very place itself! I wasn’t as excited when my alarm went off at 5am, I can assure you.…

The Best Brunch Spots in Liverpool

Following on from my list of best brunches in London, I thought I’d start sampling the breakfasts and brunches that Liverpool has to offer. As it is my favourite meal of…

Is Blogging Worth the Time Invested?

Last Tuesday, I took some videos of myself talking to my camera about the current situation I was in. I had seen fitness Influencer Sinead Hegarty look back at old videos…

#PlacementSeries: How to Ace the Interview

I started this #PlacementSeries last year, writing posts about cover letters, CVs, when and where to start looking etc. – but I’ve realised that I never actually finished the process. On…

#FridayFive: Five Ways to Combat Loneliness Living Away From Home

Now four years into living across the water from my family and friends, I can assure you that I’ve experienced many times of feeling lonely. Moving away to England for university…

Rate My Boohoo Student Meal Deal

Yes, you read right. A Boohoo Student Meal Deal. Hungry for fashion? Read on. If you haven’t heard of the ‘Rate My Meal Deal’ Facebook and Twitter pages, then where have…

Is University the Right Choice For You?

At school, I feel like your future is outlined for you. You complete your GCSEs, progress to A Levels and finally go to university. It’s seen as the ‘normal’ thing to…