When do you become a grown up?


I was thinking the other day about being 24. In my mind being 24 is still young and I have plenty of time to do everything I want to do, and then every now and then I get the fear. Continue reading


Are you ever too old for Work experience?

18622335_10154465653936373_2328347357753723469_nI’m just coming to the end of a months internship, and I’ve been feeling really lazy in terms of blogging. I think it might be the thought of sitting down day after day searching for any possible hope of a paid job that really makes me not want to even look at my computer let alone touch it – so I haven’t.  Continue reading

Try a Tea Time Tasting

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I was thinking the other day about how often through our lives we stick with our safety zones.

We know what we like and what we don’t like, and we begin to set ourselves boundaries. I do it. I know that if I’m ever eating out I tend to order the same things – especially if it’s a curry or Chinese take-out, because I know I like them.

Why risk trying something new that I might not enjoy? Continue reading

Home Tours: Hampshire Cottage




I’ve just begun a month internship in Hampshire so I’m staying with family friends who have kindly agreed to grin and bare me for the duration – brave people, I know.

Now I’ve been here for a week I’ve started noticing the various bits and bobs that look amazing around the house and gives me all kinds of feels.

Is there anything better than accessories that work with a house?! Continue reading

The YES List



I was listening to a podcast recently during which it was said that finding three positives every day, even on the crap days, can really change your minds negativity.

So I decided to give it a go starting today. It was meant to be Monday (yesterday), but I decided to write that day off as a practice. Okay, I decided to sleep and eat bad food instead of blogging – don’t judge me. Continue reading

PADI Power


15107341_10153963386076373_3928062401790352197_nWhilst travelling the Thai islands I had heard a lot about the diving schools in Koh Tao. It’s known for being the easiest and cheapest place to qualify as a certified diver. Now I know that usually suggests that the quality of the diving school is poor, but I’m happy to say that was not the case.

I didn’t have a lot of time to shop around and decided to go with Crystal Dive; a friend’s recommendation who had been there a few months before. Continue reading