Disney Q&A with Maggie!

I had so much fun with Small Talks doing our Disney-themed collab this year and because Disney is just so fantastic and something so many people can connect through, I’ve been lucky enough to be able to do another Disney questionnaire with Maggie from Maggie’s Doodles. I’ve always been a huge admirer of Maggie’s blog, and enjoyed doing her massive Disney tag so much that I jumped when she suggested we also do one. So today, because I just can’t get enough Disney and I hope you aren’t tired of all my Disney chatter, here is another Disney themed collab with Maggie’s Doodles – I hope you enjoy! 

April Eco-friendly Challenge and Earth Day Collab with Project Eco

April is all about Earth Day, so all the points and tips about how we can be more friendly to our beautiful planet and do small things to contribute to helping it heal in some way or the other. So today, I am so happy to be setting my monthly challenge and chatting about how to be more eco-friendly in our daily lives with Project Eco. Being eco-friendly is something I am so passionate about so being able to do a collab like this is a huge moment for me. (Throwing a little party in my head!! Wooohoooo). I hope you enjoy today’s post!

March reflections, highlights and favourites

Can you believe that March is already over? I feel like I say this whenever I reflect on how quickly the months go by, but honestly, time feels like it goes pretty slowly, and then you suddenly look up, and so much time has passed you can’t quite believe it. Anyway, I loved doing this reflection/favourites post at the end of February so much that I thought it would be really fun to turn it into a regular thing, especially since I’m trying these different challenges each month. Sooo here it goes again for this post! 

Dealing with Disappointment

A recent experience got me thinking about the different ways that we can deal with disappointment. Sometimes it is an earth-shattering disappointment that makes you want to crawl up into a ball and disappear from the world for a few weeks. Other times it’s just enough disappointment to make you miserable and want to eat lots of sugar. Or it can be somewhere in the middle. No matter what sort of disappointment we may be feeling, the key thing is learning how to deal with it because as appealing as it sounds to transfigure into a blanket burrito, the world keeps turning, so we have to be able to pick ourselves up and keep going. So today, that’s what I’m going to be chatting about!

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).