One of my favourite new habits that I have recently developed, is telling myself (on a daily basis) that I am a pretty fabulous individual – if I do say so myself. I have recently noticed that there has been a “#10YearChallenge” trending on both Twitter and Instagram. This challenge consists of finding a picture… Continue reading Believe in Your SLAY.
Over the years, exercising has become something that I don’t necessarily look forward to. The only reason I do it (or attempt to), is to stop myself from reaching my full potential as a professional couch potato. In 2017 one of my summer jobs involved me working with young people and as a mentor, I… Continue reading Rain, Rain, GO AWAY…?
Admittedly, I am probably the worst person to be around when I’m ill. To a lot of people’s dismay, I am the type of person to continuously give updates as to how my cold/flu/possible disease is progressing. To give a better understanding of what I mean – if I notice a slight change in the… Continue reading TAKE. YOUR. TIME.
I have recently come to the realisation that I can barely function without taking at least one nap each day – even if I technically haven’t done anything ‘productive’ during the day. Whilst this display of such grandma-like behaviour is an indication that I am in fact getting old (*sigh*), this ‘hobby’ of mine has… Continue reading Finding… Peace?
If I’ve learnt anything about myself over this summer break, it’s that I love being bored. After having endured many long years of full-time education, this summer break in particular has made me wholly appreciate the sheer beauty of being bored. To be a bit more specific, I love the freedom that boredom brings. Once I… Continue reading The Beauty of Boredom…
I don’t think there is a single word in the English dictionary that can accurately describe how much I hate rollercoasters. Every single aspect, I detest. Standing in a queue for far too long, being sat down and questioning the security of the ‘seat belt’, the S L O W climb to the top just before… Continue reading Enjoying the Ride?
GCSE Exam Season 2014 – the season where I demonstrated the true meaning of procrastination and displayed the behaviours of a very unserious candidate. During my time as a student, I can confirm that I did not care enough about my GCSE’s; I knew that I needed to get into college but because I had no long… Continue reading The Diary of an Unserious Candidate