An extremely large portion of my blogging revolves around my phone as I’m sure other bloggers will agree. It’s one of our main sources of technology that allows us to do what we do; whether it be to take pictures, edit, write posts, check emails or keep up to date with various social media platforms. Everyone has their go-to apps as I’ve seen a lot of bloggers’ posts recently so I wanted to share which apps I’ve found the most useful. Social Media I’ve found that social media is absolutely essential in terms of getting your blog out there in…

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A Week in Cornwall: Sun, Sand & Souvenir Shops

I am back! I’ve been very inactive over the past week as I’ve been on holiday with my boyfriend and his family. I thought I’d write a post about all the places we visited to give you some ideas of where to go if you’re thinking of visiting or just want to see what I got up to. If you’ve been to any of these places too, please share your stories in the comments! We drove down super early on a Saturday morning and by early I mean we set off by about 4am. Although this might sound painfully early,…

My Skincare Routine: Oily/Combination Skin

I’ve never really paid much attention to skincare in the past but I’d noticed my skin was getting particularly oily and my blackheads were rapidly increasing – I needed to do something about it. So, I thought I’d share my current skincare routine as I swear by it for anyone that suffers with an oily face. I’ve found that these are the perfect products for me, especially in the summer when I’m sweating more and want to feel fresh. In the morning, the first thing I do is wash my face with Neutrogena’s Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Gel Wash which is £4.79…

Petite Fashion: The Best Stores for Short Ladies

Being only 5ft 1 and always being the smallest person my age growing up, I’ve found that it can be a struggle to find clothes that fit properly. I’m always rolling jeans up or having to get things altered and I’m always falling in love with items of clothing just to find out they aren’t proportioned properly for my short self. However, more shops are starting to accommodate for vertically challenged people like myself and I’m seeing a lot more options. So, I thought I’d share my top 3 petite ranges with you to give any fellow short girls some…

Holy Grail Haircare: L’Oreal Paris Extraordinary Clay Re-Balancing

My hair had not been feeling the love lately, I don’t know if this is a thing for anyone else but my hair seems to ‘get used’ to hair products after a while and is left feeling a little sad. I’d been after a shampoo and conditioner to give my hair a special lift – this is when I came across L’Oreal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Clay Re-Balancing Shampoo & Conditioner. I wanted to share my review with you guys as I’ve totally fallen in love with these products. I’d seen a few bloggers talking about this shampoo & conditioner, I…

Primark: A Mini-Haul

At the end of July/start of August I’m going on caravan holiday to Cornwall with my boyfriend and his family so the original reason for my Primark visit was to pick up some bits that I needed for that. Instead, I typically ended up picking up everything else other than what I really needed so I thought I’d do a mini-haul post to show you all what I’ve been loving in Primark recently. I love to pop in every now and again as they often have some really lovely things in there and recently they’ve brought out some really gorgeous…

A Survival Guide to Student Accommodation

It’s around the time of year where people will soon be awaiting their results to see if they’ve gotten into their preferred university choice. I lived in halls in my third year of studies and I felt completely thrown in at the deep end. I came up with the idea of writing a post all about how I survived this experience to help anyone that might be moving into student accommodation. I studied a Drama degree for three years, graduating last year and wanted to share my experiences. It’s going to be a long one so grab a cup of…