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).
Well, as much as I have pondered and hoped, I don’t think there’s going to be away any time soon for us to magically increase the numbers of hours in the day. You may suggest giving up a few hours of sleep, but I’ve tried that … and let’s just say that the monster I become isn’t worth those extra hours of productivity because I need at least a day or two to recover, so the whole thing is essentially an exercise in futility. So how on earth can we get just a little extra time in our day? Is it too much to ask? Well, it can be difficult, but there are a few ways to get a little extra time in your day, and the answer is not magic. So … here we go!
it feels like there are already a million things to get done and staying organised has never been more critical, especially since the next wave of covid has sent so many countries into much stricter restrictions. I think the last thing we all need is the stress that comes from disorganised chaos and not feeling on top of things. So today, I’m going to be sharing a few tips for staying organised and keeping things vaguely together even when it feels like your life has descended into chaos.
Hello everyone!! Today I have another fantastic guest post for you all from The One who Always Talks and it is such a fun post that I’m not going to reveal anything else about it. You’ll just have to click and keep reading to check it out!
I was originally going to post about some skincare tips for winter, but then I realised … that wouldn’t be such a great idea because I’m not having Christmas in Winter, and many people spend the holiday season in shorts and shirts battling the heat instead of bundled up in blankets, snuggled up inside. Thus, I have changed gear a little with the direction for my skincare tip post. Instead of linking it to one specific climate or season, my skincare tips today are going to be all about Christmas!! Here are 5 tips from me for how you can look after your skin and have healthy skin this Christmas – I hope you enjoy!!
I’m back again with another blogging advice post!! This is the third in my blogging advice series, and today I’m talking about the best (well at least in my opinion) blogging apps and tools to use, because who doesn’t love a good app?
So it seems like people liked the first post in my blogging advice series – yayyyy!!! Hopefully, you all enjoyed it and found it somewhat useful, even though I maintain that I’m still not sure whether I am qualified enough to be giving you all advice … Today I’m continuing my promise to make it a series, and I’m doing advice post ##2 … my ultimate pre-publishing blog post checklist!
One of the blog topics that I saw a few people were interested in from the feedback form I sent out was about blogging advice or tips. I’ve always found it both fun and challenging to do blogging advice posts because I don’t think I’m anywhere close to being someone who can give advice to others about blogging (as I’m still very much an amateur blogger). However, it’s still a fun thing to do because I think you can always reflect back on your own experiences and learn something new. So today, I’m going to be kicking off my blogging advice series – 10 posts all centred around blog-related advice or tips, starting with tips for writing a last minute blog post
The prospect of university brings so much to get excited about, but no matter how enthusiastic you are about becoming an independent adult and heading off to uni, sometimes you can’t help but miss home just a little. Leaving home and moving away for university is a huge transition no matter where you’re coming from, some who might live around the corner and others who are an eleven-hour plane ride from everything they know. The key to remember though is if you’re suffering from homesickness, I can guarantee you’re not the only one. Today I’m going to go through my top tips that I learnt from last year and have gathered from my uni friends for getting over homesickness so that all you need to worry about is making the absolute most out of your uni years.
In the spirit of making the most out of your uni years, from someone who has experienced uni for a grand total of two weeks, I’m going to be going through a list of top tips for making a great start to your tertiary education years. Starting off on the right note can have such a positive impact on your experience, and set the ball rolling for even greater things to come, so that’s why I’ll be going through these tips with you today.