When things don’t go the way you want them to go.

Isn’t it annoying when things don’t go the way you wanted them to? When plans change, meetings cancelled, day’s gone tits up? Or you didn’t set an alarm, missed your bus, you spilled your coffee all over your desk? We all hate this, to say the least. But what can we do to accept thisContinue reading “When things don’t go the way you want them to go.”

Things to remember this Christmas ☃️🎁🎄

It’s Christmas Eve! Wow, this year has sped by. Finally it’s Christmas, and, as my family and I start to wind down, sitting around the fire opening our Christmas Eve boxes, I begin to think about some deeper thoughts around Christmas… Here’s a few things to remember this Christmas for when times are getting aContinue reading “Things to remember this Christmas ☃️🎁🎄”

If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you

From a young age, we create habits. We do things that we like and are comfortable doing. We get used to this and find it hard to stretch out of our comfort zone. Before we know it, we’re stuck in the vicious circle of monotony, as we stick to what we know and nothing more.Continue reading “If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you”

A Homage to Taylor Swift’s Unparalleled Ability to Write Heart-Shattering Songs

The poetic, story-teller genius the Taylor Swift is can be shown via the crafted, engineered ways she creates lyrics and allows each of her fans to connect with her on such a profound level. Taylor recently released Red (Taylor’s Version) after re-releasing her second album ‘Fearless’ in August, giving us even more songs to reliveContinue reading “A Homage to Taylor Swift’s Unparalleled Ability to Write Heart-Shattering Songs”

University Post #4

It’s been a rather busy few weeks! University assignments due, holidaying in the Algarve, reading week back home, nights out, meeting up with friends, spending time in Bath with my sister… It’s crazy how much I manage to fit into such a short amount of time! I am back at university now for the nextContinue reading “University Post #4”