Calling for Collabs!!

Hi everyone!! Today is a shoutout for anyone who is interested in doing guest posts or collabs with me on Tall Blonde Tales! I would love to work with you while I’m on my Easter holiday, plus I miss connecting with other bloggers and always love working with other bloggers so hopefully I’ll hear from a few of you soon!

Good and bad (but totally worth it) study snacks

there are good study snacks and bad study snacks. Good ones are those that are filled with health and nutrition, they don’t cause sugar crashes later on, and they not only give you energy, but they make you feel good too and blah blah blah. Now I’m not anti healthy snacks at all – in fact, I’m a massive fan of them, and most of my snacks are pretty healthy. But that doesn’t mean that every snack of yours has to be healthy – yes, the more sugary ones aren’t as great for you, but sometimes they are totally worth it and actually just what you need. I mean, when you’re working on an essay late into the night, the last thing you might want is carrot sticks and some hummus. You might crave a bagel, or chocolate chip cookies, or even better, just chocolate! And that’s totally okay! So today, just for fun, I thought I’d run through my top snacks whilst doing uni work/studying, both for the good and the bad.

Hedgehog Baking Weekend!!

For those of you who don’t know, one of the societies I’ve joined at university is called Hedgehog Friendly Campus, which is a volunteer group centred around supporting the UK’s favourite mammal – hedgehogs!! For the last two weeks, alongside the FairTrade Fortnight, there’s been a hedgehog themed bake off to try and raise awareness and money for the British Hedgehog Preservation Society. Of course, I had to take part in this – not just because I love hedgehogs, but also because who doesn’t love adorable animal themed baking? Plus I was dying for an excuse to escape my desk and mountains of work and it fit in just perfectly with my eco-friendly wildlife challenge so win-win (win?).

World Wildlife Wednesday – Eco-friendly March is marching for wildlife

I was doing some research to help me decide which eco-friendly goal I wanted to pursue next when I realised that the 3rd of March is World Wildlife Day, so what better topic for me to blog about today than to choose something wildlife-related as my goal for the month? Today I’m going through my wildlife goals for this month – I hope you’ll join me in the challenge

February Reflection and Favourites

This might be just me, but how crazy is it that February is already practically over?? Honestly, I don’t know how the time has gone by so fast… but with that being said, I thought it might be fun to do a little reflection post. I’ve always loved reading other blogger’s posts about their monthly reflections or favourites, plus I said I would do an update at the end of the month about my monthly eco-friendly/sustainability challenge soooo here it goes!

Tips for dealing with boredom

I have spent many hours suffering from boredom so am not really in any position to chastise any of you for the same thing. This little article is rather my way of saying that there is so much to do – so why sit vegetating in front of a wall? Whether you are bored at home, bored during your holiday or bored while driving in the car, this is a friendly guide to aiding you on your way to curing boredom so that you don’t feel ready to strangle yourself if you spend one more minute counting the dust particles. So next time you feel like you may be slipping into the lapse of this disease, remember my words and you may soon find that you are cured of boredom forever (or at least for now).