My new years resolutions

New years resolutions. Do you make them? The new year is a great opportunity to feel as though you’re starting totally fresh. I’ve always made pretty standard new years resolutions, lose weight, start running, get fit etc. But this year I found myself drawn to more specific resolutions. Ones I feel I can actually keep and will easily become a…

You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone

This phrase gets thrown about But time and time again it rings true We take for granted so many things Our health Our finances Our jobs Our mobility Our ability to love Our friends Our families Ourselves It’s not until one of those things is no longer there that we notice how much of a difference it made to our…

Dr Dunner – Boost your immunity the way nature intended

Diet has a big impact on our health. I’m the first to admit that my diet can at times slip and my fresh vegetables be replaced with processed foods and those that are quick to shove in the oven after a long day at work. I found that taking supplements every morning ensures that I get the vitamins and minerals…

ASOS Haul – Velvet and Sparkles

I was debating whether or not to write this post because I have to be honest and say I didn’t want to take the outfit pictures and I didn’t feel I had purchased enough to warrant posting about. However, seeing as I love all three pieces I felt I should share them with you! Without further ado, here are the…

Staying healthy whilst working a 9-5

Since starting a full-time job staying healthy has kind of taken a seat on the back burner. I completely took for granted the little gym in my student accommodation and didn’t realise how good I had it with 10 hours of lectures a week and a decent student budget. Now things have changed and I’ve noticed some of my healthy…

Time is money – the art of complaining

We live in a world fueled by transactions. Service transactions, financial transactions and personal transactions. Nearly everything we do is in exchange for goods, services or an emotional response. From tapping your Oyster Card at the tube station to handing over cash in your local store and calling your friend to invite them for a coffee. Our days are filled…

The little things

As a child, I kept hearing the phrase “It’s the little things” and I’ll confess for a long time I didn’t really know what they were. I can tell you now, realising the little things has opened up a whole new level of happiness. So what are the little things? Think small, no smaller. In fact, don’t think at all.…