I get called a pessimist all the time. Hurts to hear it but I know it’s probably true. It’s not that I don’t want to see the best in things and people, it’s that the worst just always seems to shine brighter. I’ve learnt to not get my hopes up nowadays because they always get knocked down – sounds bad but it’s just the way it is.
Following Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to hold a snap election, there is to be a General Election on 8 June 2017. Do you know who needs to be there? You. (as long as you’re over 18 that is!) And that means you need to register to vote.
As part of my Summer Bucket List I chose to take part in a Colour Run this Bank Holiday Monday. As you would expect this involved an awful lot of colour in a festival like manner before a 5k run around our uni campus.
Following on from my previous post about my hopes and aspirations for summer, all of which are tied up in my Summer Bucketlist – I chose to incorporate ’10. Eat healthily’ as my Lent for the run up to Easter 2017. I’ve never been particularly good at giving things up – I like food in […]
Having spent years adventuring with my family and school, it was finally time for my first solo adventure – accompanied by my best friend of course!
Seeking a relaxing break and lots of sun, after finishing our A Levels, we headed to the Greek Island of Kos. Having spent weeks researching, planning and choosing our holiday we eventually handed over £385 each in exchange for ten days of sunshine and happiness – which seemed like a pretty good deal!