Hi guys, and welcome back! As it’s the first blog post of the month, we’ll be going through my September bullet journal spread. I’m still trying to improve my creativity, but this month’s spread is pretty basic again. I start back at University in a week’s time, so we do have more organisational pages this time round.
Let’s get into it!
Hi guys, and welcome back to my blog! Today I’ll be talking about something a little more delicate, and adult – sex toys. It’s not often that I see many blogs or vlogs around sex, and that is fine. People should only make content that they enjoy making and are comfortable with, and most people I follow may not feel like making this sort of content.
However, I’m a strong believer in openly talking and educating myself on all aspects of sex. That may be sex with another person, different kinks and dynamics of sex, or pleasing yourself. The more we educate ourselves, the less intimidating it all will be, and there is a better chance of having a better time. Also, the more we openly talk about sex in a safe environment, the less judged we will feel about our likes and dislikes, and, again, we would have a better experience overall.
The lovely people at Lovehoney have send me a sex toy of theirs to review – the Remote Control Love Egg Vibrator. Today I’ll be talking you through this sex toy, whilst talking about the benefits of sex toys in general.
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!
Hi everybody! My name is Cailin and I’m so excited to guest post on Beka’s blog! Beka and I switched for a post, so if you’re curious to read some awesome tips on how to increase traffic to your blog, head on over to my blog here. And you can find my links at the bottom of this page. Now to the good stuff!
It’s a tale as old as social media itself. You’re sitting and looking at your phone, thrilled to see your follower count on Insta just topped 500. Alright! But then, just seconds later, you see that you’ve suddenly dropped to 499. And you’re left thinking, who the heck followed me, just to unfollow me? What is the point here?
Well, there is, in typical human fashion, a point sometimes, but not all the time. Here, I’m going to cover exactly what the follow/unfollow game is and why people do it, why it creates a toxic social environment, and lastly, what you can do to beat it. (Which is obviously the part you came for so no worries, I won’t be bummed if you skip to that part. But if you like analysing why people do dumb things, please continue.)
Hi lovelies; if you’re looking for a blog about experience with arm-knitting a chunky blanket, you’re in the right place!
A while ago I bought a huge 4kg ball of wool with the aim to arm-knit myself one of those chunky blankets I’ve seen all over the internet for a few years now, and because of exams it sat in the corner for weeks. But now that Uni is over for the semester, I finally got around to knitting it the other night!
The wool was a bit pricey at £60 for 4kg, but still one of the cheaper, good quality options I could find in the UK. Plus, it was an amount I was willing to spend to have the experience of making my own blanket. I bought mine from Woolly Mahoosive and opted for their acrylic “Mammoth” yarn in Amber, as the acrylic yarn was the cheaper option – however, it still feels lovely and soft. The company also included recommended instructions for making a blanket out of the wool, which was very helpful as I wasn’t quite sure where to start.