London Haul | September 2017

As you may have seen in my previous post, I recently took a weekend trip to London with my best friends and although I thought only taking a small suitcase with me would restrict me from buying absolutely everything I laid my eyes on, clearly it didn’t. It appears I spent just a little too … Continue reading London Haul | September 2017

My London Adventure (take two)

You may remember that at the beginning of the summer, I took a trip to London for the weekend to continue my late birthday celebrations and explore the capital, so what better way to end the summer by returning to one of my new favourite places to do so again, before beginning Uni? This time … Continue reading My London Adventure (take two)

Two weeks in Tenerife

Besides my Birthday and Christmas (the two most exciting days of the year), the part of the year I always look forward to the most is my summer holidays, two weeks of relaxation after a year of non-stop stress and work. Despite not returning to my regular, almost second-home destination of Majorca, I couldn’t wait to … Continue reading Two weeks in Tenerife

My London Adventure

Last weekend, I travelled to London with my family to continue my 18th birthday celebrations, as well as celebrating the fact I’d finished my two years of sixth form. Having never been to the capital of my own country, I couldn’t have been more excited and the trip completely lived up to my expectations, if … Continue reading My London Adventure

24 hours with Olly Murs

Let’s face it, if there’s one person that 99.9% of the North East (including myself) always anticipate touring, it’s Olly Murs! This week, he made his long-awaited return to Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on his UK tour, for his new album – ’24 HRS'. After seeing Olly in concert numerous times in the past, there … Continue reading 24 hours with Olly Murs

The ultimate travel bucket list

I love the idea of travelling and exploring the world, including many famous landmarks and ‘places to visit before you die’ as well as less well known places that aren’t on everyone’s bucket list. However, as a 17-year-old and a student, I don’t really have the opportunity to adventure far and I travel mentally through … Continue reading The ultimate travel bucket list

Reflecting on 2016

Roughly this time last year I uploaded my ‘reflecting on 2015’ post and it went down a treat. I mentioned in that post that I could look back on it when I’m older and remember the events of that year, however just months later I found myself scrolling down to find it and flick through … Continue reading Reflecting on 2016

Joe and Caspar Hit Newcastle

If you've read previous posts of mine, you'll know that I'm all about #TeamInternet and love nothing more than witnessing people I am inspired by do amazing things and succeed. Last night I had such an incredible opportunity to witness this yet again at Newcastle City Hall, to see Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee promoting … Continue reading Joe and Caspar Hit Newcastle

Summer in Sa Coma | 2016

I've never been one to count down the days until going on holiday. Don't get me wrong, I'm always excited - but the anticipation I felt for this year’s get away was something else. You can only imagine when the all-important day finally arrived and we had packed up the car and began our journey … Continue reading Summer in Sa Coma | 2016

You Don’t Know Love… until you’ve met Olly Murs

Olly Murs is potentially one of the most likeable people that the UK has ever produced, both celebrity and general human wise, so who would ever turn down the likely opportunity to meet him for FREE, certainly not me that’s for sure! Even if it was just a quick selfie opportunity and “hi bye” type … Continue reading You Don’t Know Love… until you’ve met Olly Murs