5 Podcasts to listen to if you love Criminal

Podcasts are the best, I listen to then everyday when I wake up for work as my brain is too frazzled for music, they are also my favourite thing to have on a plane, train or bus when travelling and for some weird reason my little brain is obsessed with crime and murders. Not because I…

GLAMGLOW Supermud £5 dupe?

My all time favourite face mask is the GLAMGLOW Supermud Clearing Treatment Mask, obviously, because it’s fantastic, you can really feel it working on your skin and after using it just once my skin is always noticeably softer, smoother and much less oily. There is one teeny weeny issue, however. GLAMGLOW is crazy expensive. Even…

My 2017 Travel Plans

2017 is turning into the year of never getting a job so I thought I could make it into a positive and perhaps turn it into the year of further exploration and adventure. Here is a list of places that I’d like to go before the year is through! 1.Paris Ok so this is a…

What to buy the Unicorn lover in your life

Who doesn’t love unicorns? Who doesn’t love buying from small businesses? Here’s a list of the cutest unicorn theme gifts around! 1.This beautiful little unicorn cake pop is simply the sweetest treat around! Filled with a rich chocolate cake it would make the perfect birthday treat. You can buy it here. 2.This blushing beauty is…

How to start an Etsy shop for almost no money

Last month I wrote a post about How to strive for financial freedom in your 20’s and talked about needing a side hustle. As I’m still a struggling intern with barely any money to spare I set up my little shop on a shoestring with minimal effort and I wanted to share the process with you. Recently I’ve…

How to survive being a Millennial

I was born in “94 meaning that I belong squarely in Generation Y and am otherwise known as a ‘Millennial’. I belong to a generation know as cry-babies, spoilt brats and ‘snowflakes’. I find this extraordinarily unfair. I don’t pretend that certain aspects of my generation or stereotypes are total untruths but I’d like to…

10 Easy Travel Hacks I Use

Sounds a bit snobby but I’ve had quite a lot of travel experience in all sorts of places and wanted to share the simple things I always do that make travel just a little bit easier. 1)The mega travel plug- If you’re like me you always have plenty of things that need a charge, the…

The Worlds Best Dive Site- The SS. Yongala

The SS. Yongala sank off Cape Bowling Green, Queensland, Australia on 23 March 1911. En route from Melbourne to Cairns, she steamed directly into the path of a cyclone and sank south of Townsville. There were no survivors and nobody knew what happened for years until the wreck was discovered after WW2. Now the wreck…

Rio on a Budget- a Travellers Guide

Sorry readers for being absent for a little while but that’s because I’ve been in the BEAUTIFUL Rio de Janeiro with my boyfriend! I thought I would let you all in on my experiences and my top tips for staying in this beautiful city on a pretty strict budget! 1.Accommodation–  Rio is not a cheap…