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A Year Bullet Journaling

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A Year of Bullet Journaling

This January marks a year since I started my first successful Bullet Journal. Over the years, I’ve tried to use the system to keep myself organised, however, this year it just clicked.

During this time I have learnt a lot, firstly I can’t draw! Before I started I spent time researching on Instagram and Pinterest and watching many of Amanda Rach Lee’s videos on YouTube. Even though they were all extremely inspiring there was no point me try to copy their ideas too closely.

Quote for the Year Ahead

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A New Chance: My Quote for 2020

Can you believe that we are now in 2020! It’s a new year, a new century. It’s the start of something new. A new chance for everything. Just before Christmas, I graduated from a make-up course so it is the beginning of everything new. A new challenge for me, and a new career. I was setting up my bullet journal for 2020 and I found a quote for my opening page,

What’s in my bag? Zero Waste Edition

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What’s in my bag? Zero Waste Edition

Gosh, writing that title took me back to early 2000 when I’d spend my free time watching YouTubers such as Zoella and Tanya Burr filming What’s in my bag videos. How times have changed! Today I’m giving it my own, zero waste spin.

But I digress, as I said in my New Beginnings post, Conor and I have started trying to reduce the amount of single-use plastic that we use in our everyday life.

My Favourite Things About Autumn

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October is the month where everything changes. It’s my birthday month which is the start of another year for me. Alongside this the weather starts changing, the leave change colour and I like the atmosphere that comes with Autumn. Today I shall be sharing some of my favourite things about Autumn.

The Colours Change

I love all the colours that are typical in autumn. The warmth of oranges, reds and yellows.

27 Things I’ve Learnt in 27 Years

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This week I turn 27. As a reflection on the past years, here are 27 things I’ve learnt in 27 years. I’ve seen other people post these style posts before and enjoyed them. So here’s my list.

-Be yourself

-Get rid of toxic people in your life

-Do what you love

-Don’t be ashamed of your flaws

-Chase your dreams, no one’s going to hand them to you

-Broccoli is evil

Top 5 Books from my Childhood

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Reading has always been a huge part of my life. When I was a child reading was my escape. Its what I did before I went to bed, on the train, during downtime while were on holiday; you get the picture. It was during this time I began re-reading different books, some of which I still read today. Obviously, I have found a few favourites as I went along. So today I’m sharing my top 5 Childhood favourite books.

The Alchemist: Cardiff Bloggers Social

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Last Wednesday I attended my first Cardiff Bloggers Social at The Alchemist, Cardiff. I was fairly nervous going because I’m not comfortable in new places and with new people. However, it was extremely friendly. Kacie from The Rare Welsh Bit; who organised the event, was so welcoming and immediately made me feel at ease.

It was a wonderful chance to meet other bloggers from around Cardiff. During this event, I was able to meet many different people.

The Red Queen by Christina Henry

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If you’ve already read my review about Christina Henry’s Alice you know how much I loved that book! When I discovered that she’d written a sequel, The Red Queen this went straight to the top of my TBR pile. 

Unfortunately, I wasn’t as taken by this book as the first one. It’s not that it was bad, or that I didn’t enjoy. Compared to Alice, which is such a different take on the original tale and that was so dark and creepy that this one didn’t live up to my expectations.

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