What To Wear For An Interview

What To Wear For An Interview

One of the many joys of becoming an adult and getting your first job is interviews. And for most girls this means ‘what the eff shall I wear?’ I generally opt for a simple dress from Zara (which all come at a really good length), my black blazer with leather…

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Becoming an Adult: Commuting to London

Becoming an Adult: Commuting to London

As I am writing this, I am currently sat on the world’s busiest train. There is literally a man’s elbow going into the back of my head but I’ll take the pain because I’m lucky enough to have got a seat. Thank the Lord.   I want to talk about…

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Getting Organised For Exam Revision And My Top Tips

Getting Organised For Exam Revision And My …

FEATURED: CREATE YOURSELF DESIGN STATIONERY* Exams for me are for the moment long gone, but it doesn’t stop me from starting to stress around this time of the year on behalf of the millions of people taking GCSE’s and A-levels. I have unfortunately learnt the hard way by not revising…

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10 Things I Learnt From the First Month of College

10 Things I Learnt From the First Month …

So I’ve been living up in Oxford on my own for a month now so I thought it was about time that I updated you with what I’ve learnt in the past four weeks. 1. Budgeting is key. As much as we all like to hit up Topshop after a…

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Getting Organised for Uni

Getting Organised for Uni

I’m not 100% sure if I’ve made it a well known fact that at the end of September I begin my course at a college in Oxford. This means no more lie ins, no more ‘I’ll do it tomorrow’ and unfortunately no more binging on Netflix. It’s time to get…

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Five Tips for Interning

Five Tips for Interning

Write notes on everything It’s so handy to have a little notebook to jot notes down here and there. I normally write out to do lists everyday so I can make sure I meet my deadlines, the tasks I’ve been doing so I can offload it onto my CV and…

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