In my 17 years, I feel like I’ve learnt a reasonable amount about life. Although I’m still young, with so much ahead of me- careers, uni, relationships etc- I also feel that in the time I have had, I’ve learnt a great deal. This week I turned 17 and, although I find it unfathomable that it has been a whole year since my last birthday, it has left me with this sense of reflection. So today, I’m writing about 17 things I’d teach my younger self.
Friday, 23 September 2016
Sunday, 18 September 2016
A weekend in St Ives, Cornwall. Scattered with sunshine and the beautiful Cornish landscapes, last weekend was one of the most enjoyable mini-breaks I’ve ever been on. My whole family went for the break in a small seaside villiage called Carbis Bay- a short way from St Ives- for my aunts wedding. It was honestly such a lovely time, both the days spent together and the wedding. So here is a montage of my favourite photos from the weekend and a little summary too.
Friday, 9 September 2016
No added sugar, no butter healthy banana bread with the optional addition of some chocolate chips (to kill that chocolate craving feeling). A quick and easy recipe I up with recently by mixing a few recipes I found online with simply what I had in the cupboard.
Friday, 2 September 2016
So here I am- ten weeks later and indulging in my last smidge of summer holiday days off. It’s crazy how the time has whirled away from under my feet, how results day has been and gone and suddenly it’s time to be thrown back into the mix of things. I’m dreading it, if I’m honest, but I’m also pretty sure I’m ready too. The one perk- no crappy uniform- so today I’ve written a post about the things I’ve bought over the last few months in preparation for sixth form.