Hello good people of the internet.
A lot has happened since we last spoke, to name a few things: I graduated from my previous college, finally convinced the family to get cats, then moved out of my family home, said goodbye to said cats…sad times, moved to the other side of the country, I now have a kitchen, with a designated tea cupboard (does this qualify me as a full fledge adult yet??) Started Drama School, started a new job, left an old one, found a new flat, not yet moved, took up piano, procrastinated…procrastinated, procrastinated (A Lot) had a birthday, I wrote some stuff, then got rid of same said stuff, didn’t write a single word for what felt like a lifetime, binged watched all of Grey’s Anatomy from start to finish (oh my gosh you get so attached to the characters when you watch it all in one go!) and am 3 weeks away from completing the first year of my degree.
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Hello welcome! If you’re new to my blog, come on in, make…
To the daydreamer whose never caught with their eyes closed, because you know that’s not the way to catch a dream – no.
I’ve tried before and failed. But not this year – I simply refuse! I need to become a more organised person and I feel like this could be a step in the right direction… I feel like my problem with it in the past was that I have a tendency to let my creativity run away with me a little and I always tried to make every page really pretty and I the perfectionist in me just didn’t allow for that sheer quantity of up-keep! So, for now at least i’m going to keep things simple!
If you have never heard of bullet journaling before and have no clue what I’m rambling about I’ll give a brief explanation below and also link the bullet journaling website here if you would like more in-depth details.
A bullet journal can essentially be whatever you need it to be: a check list, diary, journal, notebook or sketchbook. Personally, mine is predominately a check list.
All you need to start is a notebook and a pen…
Hello all and happy New Years Eve! I have really enjoyed writing about my favourite books – I’ve no idea why I haven’t thought to do it sooner! So, without further ado, here are my top 10 favourite books I’ve read over the last 365 days and why! (Excluding plays.) Not all these books were published in 2017 but it was at least my first time reading them through this year
Seasons Greetings & welcome to my third and final week of Blogmas!
The week leading up to Christmas was truly crazy: I had full scale performance assessments in Stanislavski, Brecht, British & Classical Theatre along with various other assessments at college throughout the week. Although it was busy – it was by no means an excuse not to be Christmassy!
I thought this might be fun to try as Instagram is one of my favourite social media platforms; I love photography. So, as 2017 comes to a close – here is a look at my best 9 of 2017 and the captions that they had. I’m going to apologise now as some of my captions are rather long as they used to be my only space to write at the beginning of the year, before I started a blog! So it’s either an essay or a sentence and not much in between…
I’m a little late with this as everything was about assessments in the lead up to Christmas!
The second week of blogmas was however very exciting as it snowed! The first time I can remember in snowing in December in my lifetime. If it ever snows its usually in February!
Gingerbread is one my favourite things to make but for some reason I feel like I’m cheating on Christmas if I make them any other time of the year. So, I always try to make sure I try to make some come December. I made them for my brother as he loves gingerbread but then I forgot to actually give them to him!
And I even used a recipe this time!
“Art is not a mirror to reflect reality, but a hammer with…
This was supposed to be day 14. This quote helps me not to panic when I feel that progression towards goals are moving sluggishly and that I just have to remember that it all builds up eventually!