Thursday, 26 June 2014


Hi guys, I feel like I haven't posted for a while but I'm back now. Yesterday I finished my final pieces of coursework and handed them in. I'm now free from sixth form education.

You may or may not know that I am currently undecided as to what my next steps will be. I know that university isn't what I want to do this year and probably not even next year but I literally have no idea what I am going to do with myself. Today I helped my Mum out with her handmade and personalised gifts business (post about this coming soon) and also went to see my little sister's last every Primary School sports day.

A part of me is so excited and relieved at the thought that I no longer have to go to school but the other part of me is absolutely petrified. I feel like the people that are going to university now know what they'll be doing for the next three or four years, I don't even know what I'll be doing in three months. The people that I've become great friends with will be traveling to different parts of the country to continue their studies and I'm worried about the fact I won't be seeing them everyday like I did when I was at school. It'll be difficult to all meet up when everyone is so far away from each other.

I didn't realise how strange it would feel to not have to go to school ever again. I've been off for one day and I've forgotten what day of the week it is at least three times today! My friends will be around for another two and a half/three months so we intend to make the most of this time together all four of us in the same place. After that they'll be going their separate ways.

My aim for the next few months is to try and find something to work towards, I need to start learning how to drive so that I can visit my friends at weekends and also take them out when they come home to see their family and friends. I guess this is all part of growing up and growing up can be scary at times. These people have been my bestest friends for nearly two years now and I intend to maintain our friendships no matter how many miles are between us. Thank God for technology ay!

As you can see I'm in a bit of a rambly mood today and I've just got back from having a meal with two of said best friends so I'm feeling a bit weird about the thought of not being able to see them regularly. We hadn't seen each other for a week or so and had soo much to talk about, I can't imagine how much we'll have to talk about when they go off to Uni.

I'm so proud of them and wish them luck with their new crazy adventures. I've also just realised that my prom is in 8 days and I still don't have a dress! However I managed to purchase the Topshop shoes that I have wanted for a while, and they were half price too!

Thanks for reading, I hope that you liked this catch up type post. I will hopefully start posting regularly because I have a lot more free time on my hands now and I want to continue being productive even though I'm no longer at school. Bye. x

Thursday, 19 June 2014


Hi guys, I sat my final exam this morning and I'm really excited to get back into the swing of blogging because I've missed it a lot over the past few weeks. Anyway, let's get into the post

So, I wear watches A LOT of the time, pretty much everyday. I have three watches that cost me no more than about £10 each and then I have two slightly more expensive watches. One is a black rubber strap Sekonda watch that I got for Christmas a few years ago and the other I got last Christmas from my Grand-Parents.

This watch is the Casio LA670WELG with a black leather strap. It hasn't left my wrist since I received it on Christmas day and it is my favourite watch. I thought I'd just talk about a few of the reason why I adore this watch, enjoy!

Firstly here are a couple of pictures of the watch...

Reasons why I love this watch :
1. It's black and gold which means it goes with every single outfit I wear.
2. It's quite small but the size of the time on the screen is not sacrificed because of this.
3. I think that due to the style and colour it is a timeless watch and would suit everybody.
4. This watch is so light and is very flat on the wrist so doesn't catch on clothing.

I would highly recommend Casio because their watches are such great quality and at such a reasonable price. I don't think I'd ever spend a huge amount of money on a watch because I love being able to switch and change between different styles. This watch features in a previous outfit post here > CHECKED SHIRT AND SHADES.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the blog posts that are on their way very soon! Bye.

Thursday, 5 June 2014


So, the weekend before last I had my camera downstairs and Max and Ben (two of my three doggies) so I decided to add to the pictures that I already have on my blog HERE. Without further a do, here's some more Ben and Max pictures for your entertainment. It seems that Ben turns into a model when the camera's out, and Max didn't really want many pictures taken of him haha, enjoy!

Ben on the left, Max on the right.
Ben looking angelic.
Ben at the back, Max at the front.


I hope you liked these pictures of the boys, I will do a blog post very soon with pictures of Dottie (and Rosie) because I have a lot of old pictures on my laptop of them together and I really want to share them so watch out for that in the future! Thanks for reading, bye guys.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014


Hi guys, so I finished school last week and it was also half term so my sisters, Mum, cousin and I went to London. I've only been to London once before but I absolutely love it there and despite the horrendous weather we all had a really nice time.

It takes about an hour on the train to get to London and when we got there we did a little bit of shopping, some walking around and doing some touristy things. One of which was taking pictures of the landmarks. So here are two of my favourite pictures from my day in London.

This was only my second time in London EVER despite it only being a 1 hour train ride away! I want to go after exams with one of my bestest buds to go to Camden and see a few more of the many sights that London has to offer.

Thanks for reading and thanks to my Mummy for booking the train and buying my things and stuff :) Byeeeeeeee
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