What to buy the Ocean Lover in your life

Ok so I know I just posted something similar but I found the cutest T-shirt ever that I’m already obsessed with so wanted to make this quickly while everything is still in stock! 1. YES YES YES obsessed with Pull & Bear, I brought this shark T-shirt and its so cute! 2. ‘You are Jawsome’…

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…

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 Strive for Financial Freedom in Your 20’s

Ok so I totally get it, you’re probably thinking ‘what the f**k is this chick on about?’ and I know  it seems ridiculous to be considering Financial Freedom in my early 20’s but its definitely something that future me will thank 22 year old me for and I figure it’s good to get a head start. Full…

Tutorial- How to Organise Your Cosmetics for under £70

I’ve already posted on how to organise your vanity and your wardrobe, so I decided to write about how to organise your make-up and other cosmetics in the easiest and cheapest way. First things first, you’re going to need one of these bad boys: It’s an Ikea RÅSKOG Trolley that costs around £50. I got mine…

How To Pack For A City Break -19 outfits 1 carry on 

On the weekend I visited two of my wonderful best friends to celebrate their birthday in London (they’re twins). Sometimes it can be hard to decide what/ and how to pack especially if you’re not 100% sure what your plans are and my faith in the Great British weather is tenuous at best so being prepared…

How to make a great LinkedIn-Free Printable checklist

I am currently a struggling- grad looking for work and believe me having a LinkedIn is a necessity. Even if you don’t get recruited through it, it shows people that you’re serious about getting a job and you can apply to some jobs via the site. The main thing I have found is that you don’t…

Tutorial- How to make the most of interning

I wrote a post a few day ago on Things I wish people had told me about graduating from University (but didn’t) and since I wrote so much about interning I wanted to follow it up with a post solely about internships, what to expect from them, and how to make the most from them. Its…

Tutorial- How to save money

Seems strange but I’ve found I have an affinity for saving my pennies, I have a large family and it probably became a necessity to buy everyone presents at Christmas. I decided to share my little tricks with you guys in the hopes it helps. Not only has saving allowed be to travel extensively in…

How to Survive Solo Travel

I first began traveling alone two months after my 18th birthday and I hated it. I was always lonely and didn’t know what to do with myself. HOWEVER, it was an important lesson in growing-up and I learned a lot from the experience that I want to share with you (and I wish someone had…

How to make Juice- Recipe

Juice is everywhere these days but there is definitely a right way and a wrong way of doing it. Juice is inherently not  as good for you as eating whole fruits and vegetables, it lacks any basic fibre which you need to stay fit and healthy. However, I like most people struggle to get all…