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Autumn is my favourite time of year.
Already I am lighting candles and fairy lights, getting giddy about candycanes and eagerly waiting for a time where it is appropriate to where a scarf. It is the perfect balance of warm and cold, acceptable to where a jumper one day and a summery top the next. Hot chocolate suddenly replaces tea and leaves slowly fill the sides of the curb. Similarly I love spring as it isn't an extreme like winter and summer but autumn will forever be my favourite.
Diaries are extremely important. Not just for looking into the past, but for reflecting on the future. I have been writing in a diary since 2013 and even know it is extremely interesting to see how your centre of focus changes and how you develop as a person. Quite honestly, it is terrifying to realise how fast time flies. However if you can grab a bit of time and write it down, it is with you forever.
So write a diary or journal, start a blog, video record it because before you know it, it will be gone.
I snack...a lot. Schools have been trying to encourage healthy eating, so I thought I would give you a few ideas to put in your lunch box instead of a packet of sweets and a can of coke.
*Pictures coming soon*
Shanghai Spice, is a creamsheen lipstick from Mac Cosmetics. I had never tried a lipstick from Mac before so I was very excited to try it out, in fact i've only even had one other item from Mac (a mascara) so my experience with the brand is limited.
1. Try something new. DOFE itself is a massive leap out of my comfort zone and over the past year I have had a lot of changes. Is it a sign? Maybe...
2. Get active- Safe to say i'm not the most sporty person out there. However hopefully getting more involved with activities will help me live a healthy lifestyle.
3. Do something i've always wanted to. E.g this blog
4. Meet new people, and spend time with friends- In school i'm not with my friends very much, so fingers crossed this will be a good chance to catch up with them.
5. Time management- Even before I have begun my volunteering I am already pressed for time, hopefully I will be able to make the most out of my time.
I am currently struggling to know whether all three of my sections are eligible. This blog...who will sign it? Zumba class...can we even go? Volunteering...where to go!
Hello, now that I'm back in school I can finally create a balance between school work and posts. Speaking of back to school, I have now gone into year 10 which is a hugely important school year. Even though each year you should put your full effort in, GCSE preparation begins in year 10, I have noticed I'm not with my friends in many of my lessons, which was to be expected but came as a shock. So if you're in the same boat as me, DON'T WORRY, I bet someone in your class feels the same.
I will write more soon
I had been a fan of Ahern's writing after I read Where Rainbows End (Love, Rosie) which was to me, one of my favourite books I have ever read.
So obviously I was excited when for my birthday, I received two more of her novels. One of which, included the one I am about to review. If you could see me now.
If You Could See Me Know, like most of Ahern's novels take place in Ireland. We meet Elizabeth Egan, an interior designer who is (trying) to look after her nephew Luke. Which on it's own sounds bearable enough to read, however we are introduced to Ivan, and imaginary friend who Elizabeth eventually sees and goes on to start a relationship with. Yes you read that right.
Hello! Quickly before I begin the review, I apologise for my absence. I was on holiday and the Weebly app doesn't work on my IPad therefore I couldn't post anything for two weeks.
Wantfeed is simply an app which stores everything you want. A simple yet genius idea.
The app was created by Stefan "Stef" Michalak, who I found through his wife's Hannah Magg's youtube channel, where the couple vlog their week. Now Wantfeed had been mentioned in the vlogs, and due to the vlogs I could see the hardwork Stef was under through making it. However I didn't get the app until recently, so I thought I would give my first impressions.
The most recent member of the live action Disney remakes is Cinderella. I finally got a chance to see this film, as I wasn't interested as Cinderella has never really been a favourite film of mine. However I came across the trailer and I REALLY wanted to watch the film in all of its glory.
This Cinderella adaptation wasn't like the Maleficent film, as there was no twist. Generally it followed the traditional tale of Cinderella but definitely added more depth to Ella, the Prince and Lady Tremaine in particular. So really I wouldn't call this a spoiler review because you go into this film knowing the outcome, however it was enjoyable all the same! So lets begin...