The Line between Sponsored Posts and Plain Old Adverts

The more the Influencer world evolves, the better Influencers are becoming at creating content. After all, practice makes perfect and over time, Influencers will know what works for their audiences, what doesn’t and can take a lot of inspiration from other Influencers that are at the top of their game.…

#FridayFive: Five Reasons I Can’t Wait to Leave Liverpool

Well those are words I never thought I’d say. And I don’t really mean them. Click-bait? Maybe a little. I know it’s going to kill me leaving Liverpool in a few months and I’m trying to gear myself up for the big moment. I’ve written quite a few posts about…

I Don’t Know About You, But I’ve Just Turned 22

I wanted to avoid the cliché line in the title, but there’s just nothing more fitting for the occasion anymore, is there? I also wanted to avoid any law suits or copyright claims from miss Taylor Swift by not using the actual line, as we all know she’s not a fan of…

How to Find the Time to do Just About Everything

We have the same 24 hours in the day as Beyoncé. However, we do not have the same personal assistants, private chefs, housemaids, personal trainers and possé that Beyoncé has so don’t expect to get as much done as Beyoncé does. However, when it comes to blogging, university, assignments, part-time…

Do You Have to be an Extrovert to Work in PR?

Just this year, I’ve had a lot of people pair my social life with my degree choice. ‘Is it any wonder you work in PR, you’re always out partying!’ or ‘I can see why you study PR, you’re never housed!’ – but does a busy social life equate to a…

University of Greenwich Talk: My Tips for Student Bloggers

Just yesterday, I gave my first ever university talk at a different university to my own. I was invited down to the University of Greenwich to give a talk to PR students about my journey and my blog. I was pleasantly surprised and quite shocked to get the email as…

Four Days in Amsterdam with LJMU

This time last week I was strolling around Amsterdam without a care in the world. No thoughts about my looming dissertation, assignments, exam or the other million worries I have about final year. I was taking in the sights of Dam Square, Vondelpark and every canal bridge that we could…

#FridayFive: Five Things I’m Thankful For

Often, when life gets hectic, we become stressed, annoyed and complacent. Usually, something comes along to bring us back down to earth and remind us that there is a world outside of our own bubble. I’ve been quite stressed this week with work, university, blogging, preparing for going to Amsterdam…

#FridayFive: Five Life Struggles of a 21 Year Old

The transition from a teenager who lives with her parents in her hometown to someone in her twenties having to pay her own rent, bills and do just about everything by herself in a brand new city is quite a difficult one. It isn’t a snap change, and every day…

#FridayFive: Five Bad Habits I’m Quitting

If there’s one thing I take very seriously every year, it’s Lent. 40 days to go without something you love that you would probably be better off without in the first place. Also 40 days that allows you to change something about yourself for the better. 40 days out of…