Hi lovelies, and welcome back to another bullet journal blog post. I can’t believe it’s October already! All my woolly jumper and thick tights dreams have come true – I can’t wait to dress for the (finally) cold weather.
I feel like I say this every month, but this month’s spread is simple yet again. I’m not really creative and so neither is my journal. I’d love to be the person who has amazing spreads every month, but I’m a basic bitch. So, let’s get into it! View Post
As you’ll already know if you read my How I Am Improving My Lifestyle post, I haven’t quite hacked the morning AND evening skincare routine yet. Right now, I cleanse and prep my face once a day. (Bad, I know!) Depending on when I shower, or when I have time, this could either be morning or evening. I was going to name this post my “night-time skincare routine” but considering that, I thought it wasn’t an accurate title. Instead, today, I’ll be taking you through my current skincare routine!
If there is one thing you guys don’t know about me yet, it is probably that I love true crime. I’ve watched many documentaries and TV shows on true crime cases, read up on cases and theories, and now I’m starting to get into podcasts. Whenever I’m studying, blogging or doing anything around the house, I love to listen to or watch YouTube videos. I just don’t like silence – even when I am going to bed, I have to put on something so I’m not trying to fall asleep in silence. There’s only so many videos in my subscription box, however, and I’ve heard about true crime podcasts before – so, I decided that I’d try out listening to them. Today, I’ll be sharing with you my top 3 true crime podcasts so far!
This post is sponsored by Panasonic and their Wireless Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker.* I have had speakers in the past, however I never realised I could get one that is waterproof! I think this is great as, like I said, I like to watch or listen to things every second of the day – especially in the bath. Popping on something I love to listen to when I’m trying to relax is essential, and this Panasonic Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker would be perfect to use without having to worry about water or moisture damaging your speaker. Maybe it doesn’t sound like your thing, but relaxing in a bath or hot tub listening to true crime podcasts sounds like heaven to me!
Speaking of the podcasts, let’s get into my current favourites! (Bear in mind I’m still new to true crime podcasts, and if you have any recommendations for me, I’d love for you to leave them in the comments!)
Hi everyone, I’m back with the Book Blogger A-Z survey today. I saw this on Evie Jayne’s blog, and decided that even though I am not a dedicated book blogger, that I’d love to do this tag. If you haven’t already, you should pop over to Evie’s blog and give her some love! (Also I loved the way she highlighted the first letter with a colour, so I also took inspiration from that – I hope you don’t mind, Evie!)
I used to read a lot when I was a kid/teenager (more Harry Potter fan fiction than I’d care to admit when I was a teen) and I’m trying to get myself back into reading, as it was a huge passion of mine. I still love it; I just don’t do it often enough!
Now, let’s get into it!
I’ve always loved reading or watching “What’s in My Bag” posts and videos – I’m a bit nosy and love seeing what other people carry around with them. I always knew that at some point I would write my own post since I started my blog. However, I had so many ideas that I never got around to it, until now! Since I’m heading back to University for my final year this month, I thought it would be perfect to show you what’s in my University bag.
You get to have a nosy around my day-to-day Uni bag, while also seeing what are the absolute essentials after 3 years of learning what I need and what I don’t need. Whenever you start a new journey, whether it’s traveling, or moving, or going to University, sometimes you feel tempted to over-pack. I certainly do! I always think that it is better to be over-prepared, than find yourself stuck for something. Over the years I have found that really, you don’t need to take as much to Uni as you may think.