Growing Up · Holiday Specials · Inspiration · Organisation · Personal Development · Spring · Spring/ Summer

A Financial Spring Clean

Hello! Today I want to talk to you about the most important part of the spring clean – or at least the most important part for me and my fellow students. Spring is the last part of the Educational calendar, which means that every year students leave education to face the world. Most commonly, riddled with… Continue reading A Financial Spring Clean


Dating Guide: Chef Edition

I’ll confess straight away that my interest in food is rather limited. My favourite food is a traditional steak and chips, and my favourite restaurants are pubs, and not the gastro kind. I don’t spend more than £20 on dinner, and unfamiliar ways of writing menus such as welsh rarebit to describe cheese on toast… Continue reading Dating Guide: Chef Edition

City Guides · Travel

The City of Dreams: NYC

I’ve travelled to New York for a quick few days break away from my home town – a birthday treat from my parents. When we landed we grabbed a shuttle bus to the hotel which took us through the streets of NYC. And oh wow. All it took was a quick trip through the glowing… Continue reading The City of Dreams: NYC

Office Etiquette · Organisation · Student/ Teacher

The Ultimate Guide To Event Management

It takes real planning to organise this kind of chaos. – Mel Odom Over the years I have worked in several different environments where effective event management is the most significant reason for success…. on in many cases, a lack of it has resulted in catastrophic failure. With this in mind, I have noticed how… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide To Event Management

Personal Development · The New Year

New Year’s Resolutions

Yes it’s that time of year again, when it’s time to make those all important resolutions. There is a lot of controversy around resolutions, and how the majority of people don’t stick to them. But I still stand by the fact that they are beneficial, so long as they’re achievable and you set them properly… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions

Personal Development · The New Year

A Year in Review: 2015

2015 is officially in the past. With a new year comes a new leaf. So much has happened this year, and I have truly learnt what I’m capable of – which is much more than I ever thought possible.The year 2015 was a turning point for me, and has given me an overwhelming excitement for… Continue reading A Year in Review: 2015

City Guides

City Guide: My Hometown Winter Wonderland 

Rich grey skies, brisk chilly air and the sweet sounds of Michael Buble’s Christmas album remixed with the sounds of carasole theme tunes, children laughing and the slick scrapes of skates on ice, with the occasional thud as a grown man slips as they sail past….facedown.