We're always so quick to share the most 'attractive' parts of our lives with people, our new haircut, the car we just bought, a successful night out with our friends, the amazing new bag we just bought etc. But, we don't ever share just maybe how many months of struggle it took to finally buy … Continue reading The Parts You Don’t See on My Instagram
I've now returned to my old lovey-dovey playlist I created last year on my phone, and have made some additions to the collection. I highly recommend listening to Daniel Caesar, his voice is so soothing and melodic. I reckon he could even make people with the coldest hearts feel something. I've just been in such … Continue reading You’re the coffee that I need in the morning
27/09/17 I'm on my lunch break right now and I just feel inspired to write. I've come here for training on the brand that I've recently started to work for, Céline. An elegant, understated Parisian brand. LVMH group pays to send all their new brand ambassadors to Paris, with all expenses paid for to train … Continue reading The Perfect Outfit When in Paris
I haven't posted in such a long time, but I'm so annoyed right now at the crappy service given by most places now in London that I just feel the need to write about it. Anywhere I work, whether it's Milkshake City or Diesel I've always given the best service to my customers. I'd give … Continue reading Worst Pet Peeve – Bad Customer Service
As a young 20-year-old woman I'm pretty much living in the thickest part of modernised hook-up culture. Dating has gone from men picking up their telephone and asking a woman to go out on a date with graceful dining and thoughtful gestures; to gradually being overtaken by mindless chatter over SMS/WhatsApp until the man, or woman decides to include … Continue reading Modern Dating?
Last year around October I came across these beautiful embroidered denim jeans by Gucci (as shown in the picture underneath) that inspired me to create my own embroidered denim. It took me quite a while to actually get started with the whole process, but now that I've started and finished my first pair it's become … Continue reading “DIY” FASHION WHEN BROKE! MISSION EMBROIDERY
it was a November night we were walking hand in hand, the air was crisp but we didn't mind, our love for each other kept us warm that was the night I realised something I couldn't let you go I wanted you in every possible way moody, cheerful, excited, hysterical And the day I see you … Continue reading A November Night
Unfortunately (but mainly fortunately) as I've matured over the years I've come to learn through my own and others experiences' that everything in life is temporary. However, just because I have learnt this doesn't mean I've learnt how to practise this in my everyday life - I'm still trying to acquire this 'live in the moment' mindset. Admittedly, I have … Continue reading Life Without Attachment?
I made it my mission this summer to apply for a second year transfer to a University in London, where I'll be close to home and honestly my heart will always be in London (for now anyway). I wrote a personal statement and completed my UCAS application in pretty much just one day. 29th of … Continue reading Kingston University?
Anticipation at its finest level Does anyone else experience this? You get a weird anxious sensation in your stomach when everything seems like it's going too well in life for you? Why can't I just absorb everything in normally and positively instead of feeling anxious? I love my job, although it's only part-time retail for … Continue reading I suffer from “too good to be true” syndrome