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35 Things To Do In Isolation

35 Things To Do In Isolation

Self-isolating is not the one is it? Whether you’re working from home or just stuck staring at the four walls of your bedroom, it’s boring. A lack of human contact and fresh air can seriously do some damage with cabin fever and it’s all too easy to end up going…

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10 Tips For Working From Home

10 Tips For Working From Home

It’s happening. There’s a pandemic and everyone’s freaking out. Some of us are still heading to work everyday and some of us are stuck in our houses facing isolation. At first, I thought ‘yesssss no need to wake up at silly o’clock, no need to wear makeup and definitely no…

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Four Things I Want To Make More Time For

Four Things I Want To Make More Time For

Myself and many other bloggers have spoken before about people’s obsession with busy. You know, having a to do list three miles long and forever needing to be in five places at the same time. But sometimes the craziness needs to stop, or at least calm down a little. I’ve…

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The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Skincare

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Skincare

I’m such a productive and motivated gal 99% of the time but bloody hell, I am one lazy fucker when it comes to skincare. I’d love to be one of those people who dedicate a whole 30 minutes everyday to worshipping their skin but it’s just never going to happen.…

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Four Reasons Why People Won’t Accept Your LinkedIn Request

Four Reasons Why People Won’t Accept Your LinkedIn Request

I bloody love LinkedIn. Honestly, I don’t know why more young adult don’t use it because it’s such an incredible platform full of opportunities and networking. I’ve written a couple of blog posts on it before (how to set up your LinkedIn profile and how to use LinkedIn as a…

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Five School Lessons Which Would’ve Helped With Blogging

Five School Lessons Which Would’ve Helped With Blogging

Blogging might seem like a walk in the park to most people – it’s just tapping on a keyboard right? If only it was that easy! There are a fair few skills I’ve had to learn over the last seven years and unfortunately, I’ve had to learn the hard way…

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Nine Tips For Studying That Will Actually Help

Nine Tips For Studying That Will Actually Help

After finishing school over five years ago then completing a diploma in Oxford in 2016, I vowed I’d never go anywhere near education again. I was done with studying, books, revision, exams, coursework, reports and those stupid little flashcards that you have to write really small on. But since then,…

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What Are The 2020 Overdraft Changes?

What Are The 2020 Overdraft Changes?

News alert: Overdrafts aren’t free money *shock* Yep, you read that right. Even though thousands of people probably like to act like it’s just an extension of their bank account, it really isn’t. Fortunately, I’ve never had to use an overdraft and thank God for that because the daily and…

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30 Questions To Ask When Viewing Houses

30 Questions To Ask When Viewing Houses

Last week we celebrated (and by celebrated, I mean ordered kebabs and watched Harry Potter) one year in our first home. I genuinely cannot believe 365 days have passed since we started fending for ourselves in our own home we’d worked so hard to save for. It’s a good feeling…

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Am I Putting Too Much Pressure On Myself?

Am I Putting Too Much Pressure On Myself?

I’m one of those people who take on 101 things when they’ve already got enough on their plate and sometimes it all gets a bit too much. It’s my own fault really but I’ve just always been obsessed with doing as much as possible to the best standard I can…

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