Hi lovelies, and welcome back! Today I’ll be talking to you about how to plan for travelling. Specifically, how I like to plan for a holiday or journey. Hopefully my tips can help you, too!
At the end of July, I was in Reykjavik. I’ve never been to Iceland before, and I was really excited to visit. My boyfriend was travelling back from a competition in LA, and it was cheaper from him to fly into Iceland and then back to Edinburgh, so we thought, why don’t we turn it into a holiday? I met him there and we spent 5 days in Reykjavik, before coming back to Edinburgh together. Stay tuned for that blog post!
Hi guys, and welcome back to my blog! The lovely people at Printkick sent me over some wonderful stationery to review* for you guys, today. I’m really excited by this opportunity, and I just want to thank Printkick for collaborating with me. They are a stationery brand that provides stationary to businesses in bulk, or to singular customers just looking for themselves or a friend! If you are a business, you can even get your logo printed onto some items which is a lovely, personalised touch for your colleagues/employees.
I picked a few items that I was interested in, and thought you guys would like to see, too. Most of these are notebooks as I have a REAL notebook problem. You can never have enough, though, right? But we’ll get round to reviewing those later!
Welcome to my August bullet journal spread! We’re back again with another monthly bullet journal post, and this time it’s very simple as I know I’m going to be very busy. I’m going to be working a lot during August as it is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this month, and I work in a cocktail bar in the Old Town. We’re also a Fringe venue so it’ll be very busy, long hours and lots of work!
This month I took a little bit of inspiration from Pinterest, but mostly came up with my main calendar spread myself. I’m quite proud of that, so let me show you what I’ve done!