No-spend Weekend

Need to save money but don't want to sit at home, bored? Simple! Have a no-spend weekend. The concept of a no-spend weekend is simple; spend no money on take away food or activities during a weekend and instead do free activities to fill up your time. It's a great way to save money, and... Continue Reading →

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Volunteering in Thailand – Part 2

After my group had finished our volunteering in the Hill Tribe village - which you can read all about here-, we headed back to the city of Chiang Mai, where we had a couple of free days to rest and explore. I ended up stumbling across a cat cafe called Cat Brothers on my way... Continue Reading →

Volunteering in Thailand

As some of my readers may know from my twitter, I fundraised to do three weeks volunteering in Thailand. With a bit of help from my savings, I was able to hit my fundraising target and head to Thailand to volunteer with Challenges Abroad, a scheme run by the charity the FutureSense Foundation. Fundraising Our... Continue Reading →

48 Hours in London

Anyone who follows me on Twitter or Instagram will probably know I've been back and forth to London several times in the last month for university interviews. Thanks to the awkwardness of flight times from Belfast, I stayed at least one night each time, and as a result I had plenty of free time! It... Continue Reading →

Weekend Break In Scotland

Last weekend I headed to Glasgow for a solo weekend trip and a much-needed break from my hometown of Belfast. The flight was only around 35 minutes long, so Glasgow seemed like a great choice for a short city break since I can't take any time off work at the moment. I left my house... Continue Reading →

*That* Cosmopolitan Cover

For anyone who's been lucky enough to avoid the internet drama that spawned from Tess Holliday's cover shoot for Cosmopolitan magazine, thank your lucky stars. The photo of the American plus-size model, who is a UK dress size 26, sparked backlash with many claiming that her being cover star promoted obesity. However, the backlash over... Continue Reading →

My Results Day Experience

Right now, I'm a university undergraduate student. But this time last year I was wondering if I'd ever get that far. I was stressed, getting ill frequently, and just desperately wanting the academic to be over. So what happened when the academic year did finish and results day (finally) came? Firstly, at AS-Level the subjects... Continue Reading →

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