Monday, September 30, 2019

Blogtober Blog Post Ideas

Hey lovelies, since y'all absolutely loved my 50 Engaging Blog Post Ideas I thought I'd share with you some of my Blogtober Blog Post Ideas, I'm not partaking this year because I just don't have the time but I hope you enjoy the ideas!


Sunday, September 29, 2019

Five Things I've Learnt Since I Started Blogging

Hey lovelies, have you ever considered how long you've been blogging and what you've achieved in that time? I've been thinking about it lately, and I thought I'd share some of the things that I've learnt sine I started blogging back in the day.


Saturday, September 28, 2019

How To Stay Motivated When You Work From Home

Hey lovelies, working from home can be really tough because of the exceptional amount of distractions around, personally I find it hard because it's never been my typical 'work' environment. For the last few years, especially during university my home would be the last place I ever did work because I'd always run to the library or do my university work at my actually job in between shifts. So here are tips to stay motivated when you work from home.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Ten Reasons I'm Excited For Autumn/ Winter

Hey lovelies, its offically Autumn meaning it's spooky season aka the best months of the year. I know you might be thinking well its only the middle of September but I'll have y'all know I've got my first halloween purposes of the year in August and bought three pumpkin spice candles from TKMaxx just yesterday! I thought today I'd share with you all the reason I'm excited for the better part of the year.

Monday, September 23, 2019

Saving Money From Blogging

Hey lovelies, if you reads my twitter complaints then you'll know that I'm currently fighting off paying the last of my debt off, and hopefully I'll be entering 2020 debt free. It's made me think about ways to make and save moneys as a blogger, I think I'm even going to add a finance section to my blog.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

When Blogging Becomes An Obsession

Hey lovelies, after writing my 50 Engaging Blog Post Ideas I was thinking about personal posts that I could write, things that have bothered me lately and I thought about a time where blogging really wasn't enjoyable for me. I'd say with all certainty that it became a borderline obsession and actually exceptionally time consuming and emotionally draining.

50 Engaging Blog Post Ideas

Hey lovelies, I've had a long weekend off blogging and it was great and I've done nothing but sleep and watch all the movies. On returning to my laptop I needed to find some ideas for writing, as I mentioned Juggling Blogging and a Full Time Job can be so hard so hopefully these ideas will help everyone including myself!

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Why You Should Go Fishing Soon

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If you’re looking for a new adventure to try this weekend, why don’t you give fishing a go? While 
fishing may be typically perceived as a boring activity, enthusiasts will tell you that isn’t so. The joy of fishing is not limited to the catch, but more of everything that happens while you fish.

Indeed, it is interesting to note that fishing has become a popular tourism activity in many places. So, if you’re still considering what you should be doing over the weekend, here are 5 reasons why you should go fishing:

1. Fishing helps relieves stress.

When looking for reasons to engage in new activities, doing something that is beneficial to your health is a definite plus point. Spending time outdoors, breathing in fresh air, being one with nature, and relaxing while patiently waiting for your catch can help relieve stress and recharge your energies for a new week ahead. You can check out fishing rods for sale that are easy to use and appropriate for your upcoming adventure to eliminate any unnecessary stresses brought about by using the wrong fishing tools or gear.

Fishing, in lieu of a weekend in front of the TV or playing video games, is a healthier and still enjoyable option that can even add years to your life.

2. Fishing lets you eat what you catch.

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Fishing is one of the rare activities that you can engage in that is healthy for the heart all throughout, from the heart-healthy relaxing day spent on the lake or sea up to going home with your prized catch and cooking it to your heart’s delight. No wonder aficionados tell us fishing leads to a healthier life.

Fish is a rich source of protein and an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Decreased blood pressure, lowered risk of stroke and heart failure, and improved brain function in children are just some of the benefits attributed to this food item. 

Yes, you can just buy fish at the grocery store when you want to. But, to be able to experience the joys of fishing with your loved ones will make sharing your day’s catch in a nutritious meal more meaningful and special.

3. Fishing makes you bond with your loved ones.

When you go fishing with your family and friends, it gives you a lot of chances to bond. You can share stories while you sail out or as you wait for fishes to bite your line. You can strengthen your relationships and catch up on each other’s lives while waiting for your catch.

4. Fishing is fun.

Many would describe the idea of going out to fish as a boring outdoor activity, but that’s far from true. For the adventurous souls who are always in need of action, the thrill of the catch should be an exciting pursuit. Whether you are sailing out to sea or casting a fishing line at the riverbanks, you will find yourself engaged in a fun leisure time and productive activity.  

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5. Fishing gives you a sense of fulfilment.

Indeed, when they tell you there's more to fishing than catching fish, you have to believe.

Those who seek a challenge will find themselves a good one when they try fishing. Experience a unique high when you are victorious in chasing and catching fish, although not everyone will catch fish. Still, all the lessons you learned as you pursued the fish and the pleasant experience of bonding with your loved ones and relaxing in nature will be rewarding enough to get you planning your next fishing adventure as soon as you get home.

If you enjoyed this post check out My Experience with Imposter Syndrome, Tips For Being Sustainable With Your Fashion Choices or Realistic Ways To Improve Your Blog Views 


Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Why I Don't Want Children

If you're one of my female readers, and you're of an age where you can have children then you've probably been asked the dreaded question of "So when are you going to have kids?". For some people I'm sure this question insights joy for the future, for me I honestly couldn't think of anything worse. Especially when your reply is "I don't want children" and you're met with the reply of "well there's still time, you'll change your mind" or something similar. I can say with every once of my being I honestly don't want children, and I honestly won't change my mind.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Blogs I've Been Loving Lately

Hey lovelies, today I thought I'd share with you all the blogs that I've been enjoying lately. The last month has been the first real month of my return to blogging after almost a year out and I wasn't even sure where to start reading blogs again. Luckily some of my trusted favourite blogs were still about and I fell in love with some new ones too! 


Sunday, September 08, 2019

Realistic Goals For The Next Ten Years

Hey lovelies, the past few weeks I've been genuinely thinking about my future and what I want to be doing and if the choices I'm making now are going to get me there and how I can realistically get myself there, so I've set a few goals to help myself get there.

Friday, September 06, 2019

My Experience With Imposter Syndrome

Hey lovelies, today I thought I'd talk about my experience with Imposter Syndrome as in the past year this has been something that I've felt so strongly. As someone who has throughout my life had some great achievements I've always had a self doubt that it could be luck or in most cases that I singularly don't deserve these achievements because there are people out there far more talented or creative than myself.


How To Choose The Right Car For A Road Trip

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If you’re planning a road trip, it’s important that you have the right car for the journey. You need to be sure you can rely on the car you’ve chosen, so you can enjoy the trip without worrying about the car breaking down or other problems. Follow this guide to find the right car for a road trip.

Gas Mileage
Driving may be cheaper than flying if you’re off on a trip, but it’s still not actually cheap. For long distance driving, consider how often you’ll need to fill up with gas. The less you have to fill up the tank, the more money you’ll save. Look for a car that gets good miles per gallon, so you don’t run out of gas halfway down a long, empty road. 

Comfortable Seats
A road trip means spending a lot of time sitting in the car, of course. Long trips sat in the car require comfortable seats that offer proper support for your back. Whether you’re visiting Mercedes Dealers, or second hand cars from the newspaper, give the driving seat a test. 

Spend some time adjusting your seat so you’re in a comfortable driving position. Look for fabrics that feel nice to sit on. If you’re going to be driving somewhere cold, treat yourself to a car with seat warmers to keep you cosy on the trip. 

Quality Sound System
Half the fun of a road trip is singing along to some road trip classic songs. Test out the sound system and make sure it sounds good. How do you like to listen to music? If you’re a CD girl, check if the CD changer is easy to use. If you’re going to connect your phone to use Spotify or Apple Music, check the AUX inputs and the Bluetooth capabilities. Make sure you can use it easily while driving, so you’re not distracted from the road trying to change the song.  

Climate Control
If you’re going to be driving through hot or cold weather, decent climate control will make your trip a lot more comfortable. You want to be able to adjust the temperature in the air to keep it a nice temperature for driving, whether you need to keep warm or stay cool. 

Cruise Control
Cruise control isn’t something many of us use, but for long trips it can go a long way to make your trip more comfortable. On a long stretch of open road, pop the cruise control on and give your foot a rest from the pedals. If you can, look a car with adaptive cruise control, which will automatically slow the car if you’re getting close to another car. 

If you’re going to be in the car for a long trip, safety should be a top priority. Choose a car that will beep at you if your seatbelt isn’t fastened, so you can’t very far while not properly secured. Look for automatic lights so you don’t need to worry about turning them on for night time driving. 


Thursday, September 05, 2019

Tips For Being Sustainable With Your Fashion Choices

Hey lovelies, I thought I'd write about something today that has been bothering me a bit lately. I've always been someone who buys ALOT of clothes online, in no way am I sustainable with my fast fashion choices. This is something I've been trying to change. Sometimes I don't even wear bits that end up in my wardrobe or I previously haven't recycled old clothes when I should. So here are some tips I've been using to try and make my fashion choices more sustainable. 


Tuesday, September 03, 2019

September Wishlist

Hey lovelies, how quickly has this month come around? How is it almost the end of the year?? Honestly I'm baffled by how quickly time has been going, but anyway here is my monthly wish list.