After a short hiatus from blogging and social media recently, I realised in my break that a lot has changed since I first began my plight into the Blogging industry. Not only has my attitude towards certain aspects of this industry changed a lot but also I have noticed a change in my own self.
With the notion of Summer gracing the air, and potentially hurtling towards us faster than I was first expecting. I thought it was high time a little break down of my plans for the next coming months made it on the blog. I mean are you really a blogger if you don’t make a seasonal
After experiencing a long weekend of temperatures hitting record breaking highs for the Early May Bank Holiday (yes I did wear sunscreen and yes I did still get burnt) I’m slowly coming down off the high of a long weekend in the sun. That and perhaps a mild case of too much heat has made
HAPPY BLOODY FRIDAY Hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend. The weather has been absolutely gorgeous in the UK this week so here’s fingers crossed that is stays this warm over the weekend. I mean, after all, this really is the weather we deserve. With said beautiful heatwave in mind I thought it was
Postcards from Thailand Growing up I had always been a little wary of discussing my Asian heritage as I was teased a lot in my youth for my ethnicity. However my cultural family roots is something I have come to appreciate so much in life. Especially as it has given me an excuse to explore
Here’s a little confession. I like to use Sunglasses as a security blanket when it comes to my outfit posts. Admittedly, I am not the most confident in front of the camera at the best of times. However take away my sunglasses and I will shrink into the shadows like a skulking alley cat. Concealing
I love that feeling you get when you get an idea and your creative juices start flowing. There is something so motivating about feeling inspired. I think it’s something all us bloggers get the joy of experiencing. However the creative flow certainly isn’t like an ever lasting fountain, and isn’t always here to stay. In