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Sunday, 24 September 2017

The Start Of Uni

The Start Of Uni
Sunday, 24 September 2017
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Recently I started uni, which was a big step for me, I had no idea if it was the right decision. Often people say they had the same problem but eventually settled in. My degree is fashion photography which originally I did at college and dedicated my life to, since doing more work on my blog I fell out of love with it. 

It's crazy how much pressure people put on you to go to uni. People made me feel like without uni I wouldn't be successful and it's the only choice I had if I wanted a future. Which in theory is not fair for people to say but it scared me into going. I sometimes I feel it wasn't my own decision to go but mainly feeling "forced to go". Surprisingly my parents pressured me the least out of anyone into uni, often it's the other way round for people. I still to this day question if uni is for me but i'm giving it a try and seeing if I do enjoy it.  Don't get me wrong I love the whole experience and the idea of being more independent and diving into the adult world for myself. I often get the anxiety that i'm a failure if I drop out! Can I still have an amazing career I dream of without uni? 

I just want people who are thinking of uni to know, DON'T FEEL PRESSURED INTO GOING like me. Seriously, don't let people make you feel it's the end of the world if you don't go! Do whatever you want with your life and know you can still be a fabulous boss ass bish! 


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Sunday, 10 September 2017

My First Time Abroad | OOTD |

My First Time Abroad | OOTD |
Sunday, 10 September 2017
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Well I finally did it, I went away for the first time ever in my life. Everything felt so unreal boarding a plane, being in another country, everything. Before last week I had no idea what I needed to do when going through an airport, everything was so new and confusing to me. What you can and can't take what am I doing? Getting a plane was very scary for me, as we were about to board I kept having massive panic attacks, I managed to do it. Being on a plane is actually an amazing experience seeing all the places from up there is something incredible, but still very nerve racking. 

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For my first time abroad we went to Split Croatia, no ragrets there. It was so so so beautiful there. The water was so clear, especially at Omis beach, if you ever go to Split definitely travel to Omis, the beach there is incredible and while you're there have a go at the ziplining! I think another thing that made it mad was being somewhere that there wasn't heaps loads of English spoken, thats an obvious thing that you're gonna expect, but for someone who has never left England it can be quite daunting. Handling money can especially be the most daunting, because you're like ahhh am I doing this right or ahh where does this bus go! Getting the buses was definitely scary, we were staying just outside of split and the bus stops had no information at all. Not even a timetable the name of the bus or anything, so that was very confusing and scary for us. Are we gonna get home, is this going to where we want to!? We managed to wing everyday when getting the bus, but hey atleast we got to places.

Hands down going abroad was an amazing experience and I would LOVE to explore more places, where's the best places you have been, or where would you like to go? I think the next place I would love to go to is Capri or Santorini would be a dream!

I think I may do a proper blogpost with instagram style pictures and go more into detail about going to Croatia, if people are interested in seeing?





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Sunday, 20 August 2017

Is Univeristy For Everyone?

Is Univeristy For Everyone?
Sunday, 20 August 2017
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I'm in that point in my life where everything's all about university and it always seems to feel like a hard decision. I constantly question myself on if I actually want to go, do I still want to do fashion photography? I kinda feel like i've lost my passion in it. Society makes you feel like it's the end of the world if you don't go, it feels like you're missing out on a lot. I get scared that if I don't go to uni that i'll end up in a dead end job. My dream in life is to be a blogger and have my own online magazine, I always feel the best when i'm blogging. I want to do it all the time, it's my passion. Another reason why I don't want to go to uni is I wont be able to try very hard with my blog anymore and living in Falmouth, it's so far away from everything. The time is getting more tight on whether I want to go. I change my mind every minute, I have my heart set on going then next thing I know I change my mind and say to myself I don't want to go and just concentrate on making myself as a blogger. I often put myself down and think will it ever be possible to make blogging my career? I always feel like it's not going anywhere. I should really start being more positive and have more of a try harder personality, because if you don't work hard at what you want you don't get! Maybe it's a good decision to have another year out? I did that before to help me decide and I still never did. It's hard to say as I may end up loving it if I go. When I initially did my photography foundation degree, I was in the same position, I thought I should drop out and not do it. In the end I gave it a try and I loved it, I don't regret it one bit, I also met some of my best friends there, which I feel so lucky to have. So because of this decision it makes it very hard.

If you went or are at uni, did you have doubts like this? If you didn't go to uni, do you regret it ? I'm so intrigued for other peoples opinions! 

P.S: I recently made a playlist called ' Girl Power' , which is a much needed playlist if you're feeling bad ass.






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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Why modern dating is toxic

Why modern dating is toxic
Sunday, 6 August 2017
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The modern dating world, let's face it, it's crap. Too many people I have met in my life say very similar things, we always use the same quote " guys are the worst". I wish talking to a guy was more simple. You can't just have a nice conversation and discuss when you will meet again etc. It's always full of such silly games. You can't text back too quick, otherwise you will come off too eager, you have to carefully think out each message. The amount of times i've had to message my friends asking if a certain message sounds okay, we would be here for days. Then you're playing the waiting game, you're left completely over thinking anything you say! On that subject, what happened to phone calls ? Why is a simple phone call so deadly? Phone calls are more personal and you can be yourself! 

But the hardest part is when it comes to meeting up, they act all eager when they first meet you and say " We should meet up sometime" , then NEVER make an effort to make it happen, you're always trying to plan it and you hate yourself because you hate constantly asking the question. You want them to try to ask you. Then you get the " maybe, i'll let you know" . It's soul destroying waiting to know if you will meet and DO I SHAVE MY LEGS? like I can't know an hour before !? 

I'm not a casual dating kinda girl, I hate the idea of dates, unless it's someone I really like and i've been talking to for while, then I would go on a date. I'm a very sensitive person and when I really like someone I get mesmerised by them and that most of the time does not work in my favour. I've never been in a relationship, so i've had my heartbroken more times than not.

Even though I hate these games, I do sometimes like the chase ( to a degree) but that's just the excitement of what they're gonna reply. Are we gonna meet up? what's he gonna say next? and when you get a great message the feeling of all the butterflies and the massive smile you get on your face is the best, but that part is usually rare.

Social media is so deadly, stalking someone is so easy. We're all ashamed when we stalk, but we all do it. 9 times out of 10 we usually end up getting our feelings hurt. It's terrible how instagram can tell you what people have been liking. Then you see they have been liking loads of girls pictures and it kinda hurts, its stupid how it does, but it really does. 

The late night "hey" message, now we all know what that means, it's very obvious, just don't do it to yourself, be strong. You know at this point they're just using you for sex and they think they can get you whenever they want. Ergh, it annoys me so much, where is the respect. It's even worse when you keep trying to meet up with them for weeks then one day they hit you with the late night text. 

Its so difficult to get over someone when you're head over heels for them, it's even worse when you know they don't give two shits about you. You just need to keep telling yourself you're better than that. It never really helps when people say, you're just too good for him, because it obviously doesn't feel that way when they don't care about you one bit. It sucks that men don't really have much emotion when it comes to dating, they're a lot less sensitive than girls. We become so vulnerable and the guy knows that and has a handful of different girls. We keep telling ourselves maybe one day we can be the one girl and change him, but let's face it you can't change a fuck boy. Then once you try and get over them they suddenly come back into your life like " hey I bet you thought you saw the last of me". It's like they can detect you're nearly getting over them, but they can't be having that, oh no, they still need that attention.



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You're constantly painting this picture in your mind hoping things will go a certain way, but it's always a dream that will never be reality. What you need to do is get rid of these toxic men in your life , be the boss ass bitch you are. Tell that guy to you kiss your fine peachy ass, because he's missing out on a queen!  Listen to Dua Lipa's New Rules to remind you! I highly recommend it, trust me. If you're ever thinking of texting that guy, listen to it, just listen it all the time okay!


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Trading Post Coffee Roasters Brighton

Trading Post Coffee Roasters Brighton
Wednesday, 26 July 2017
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Recently I went for brunch with these fabulous girlies from my work. We went to Trading Post Coffee in Brighton, which is literally my regular place to go, after most blog shoots and after work you will find me there! It's a shame I didn't get any pictures of the interior as it's so pretty and INSTAGRAMABLE, they have pretty lights. See I'm pretty basic sometimes, i'm a classic blogger, a cafe can win me over easily if it's instagramable. Anyway, back to my point the food at Trading Post is delicious and it also serves little snacks like croques, brownies and croissants etc as well as actual meals. I often go for Eggs Benedict because it is very tasty but they have a wide variety of delicious food. The price is pretty standard for somewhere in Brighton, so not exactly cheap but not insanely expensive. If i'm just going there for a quick snack I will usually grab a salted caramel brownie and pink lemonade ( and no I do not just get the lemonade as it's pink - although it is a plus side ;)  ) .

After Trading Post we found ourselves at Gelato Gusto, which myself have never been to before, but it's very nice, has some great choices of flavours and it's a cute little place to go with friends on a nice sunny day, which we did so YAY! Damn I miss the sun! It feels like we haven't really had a summer? After ice cream we ended the day at Beyond Retro, so many lovely vintage finds in there, so if you're ever in Brighton deffo get yourself down there. They have a cute photo booth too, who could say no to a photo booth?



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