So we all know what’s going on in the world, and I’m sure everyone is pretty damn tired of hearing the words “coronavirus” or “covid-19” but during these uncertain times, it’s important to see the positives in order to keep us motivated and sane.
Going abroad can be so expensive lately, and especially with...dare I say it...BREXIT looming and flights being cancelled and delayed on a regular basis, more and more people are choosing to spend their holidays in their homeland.
So about 7 months ago I decided to make probably one of the worst hair choices I’ve ever made – I got a pixie cut. That sounds so dramatic, I know, but 7 months on and I wish I had read more blogs about things to consider before getting a pixie cut. So today I’m going to throw in my contribution to the pixie game. Please, please, read these ‘things’ before heading off to the hairdressers – for your sake, not my page views sake!
There are so many things you should consider before you even start scrawling the internet to find that perfect job. But I’m going to share with you some questions that you should be asking yourself before you even start looking for a new job.
I’ve been on antidepressant medication for almost a year now. And it’s only when you start talking to people about depression, anxiety, and antidepressants, that you truly realise how many people it affects.
Hello everyone! Today’s post is dedicated to the people who have inspired me over the years, and since it’s Mother’s Day today and International Women’s Day this Tuesday (March 8th), I thought I would devote this to the top 3 women who have inspired me!
I’m writing this a day late but yesterday was such a long BUT AMAZING day so I’ve left it until now to share with you. So as you may be able to tell from the title of the post, I’ve graduated! Woohoo!! I’m officially a Swansea University School of Management Graduate. And it honestly wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for the two people who I got to spend the day with, Mother Rees & Daddio – my parents! I’m so grateful for everything they’ve done for me over the last four years, even though I didn’t get to see them very often!
Amsterdam. A place that is on many bucket lists. A place that is known for its culture and heritage. A place I’ll never go back to.
I've only been working in an office for little over a year, but when I first started and they said it was "Smart Casual" dresscode but then "Casual Fridays", I was looking forward to not having to wear uniform all the time. That was until it came to my first casual Friday! I was completely stumped on what to wear. I didn't want to go too casual because I figured they would think I was turning up to not do any work. Casual Fridays is about balance. Casual enough to feel comfortable and not too dressy for it to feel like a normal working day, but its certainly not about rocking up to work in joggers!
From the title, you would think that I went off on an adventure to become part of the fictional Weasley clan, but actually it’s my attempt to get my hair to a Weasley worthy colour! For those of you who don’t have the foggiest about what I’m going on about (have you been living under a rock?!), I’m talking about a beautiful family from J.K. Rowling’s world of Harry Potter…who all sport a strikingly orange do.