With second year though, brings a whole new chance to actually experience uni like they show in the movies, or talk about in books (or post about on social media … just so I don’t sound like a complete grandma). Now that the world seems to be creating a new normal, where we can somewhat do normal things just with a few covid-safety rules, I can actually be a real uni student … it’s just super sad that I’m saying that after already being at uni for a year! Honestly, in many ways I still feel like a first year student…
Today I’m bringing you the next instalment of my hotel quarantine series. I can’t promise reams and reams of nail-biting adventure (because I’m stuck in a square and literally cannot go anywhere), but I may have some adventure stories in the making for the end of this month so stay tuned for that series. Right, here are my latest stories from hotel quarantine!
I’m loading up on some extra posts this week so we can get through all the Summer competition showcase pieces, but also because I really wanted to share some of my hotel quarantine experiences with you, so today I bring you the first installment in my hotel quarantine diaries!
all of this pondering about how on earth to celebrate Valentine’s day gave me the perfect inspiration for this post! Valentine’s day doesn’t have to be cancelled this year – all it takes is thinking a little creatively and swallowing the annoyance of yet another holiday possibly transforming into a virtual event…
Hi everyone! Day three of blogmas 2020 is a guest post from arielaonthego!! I hope you all enjoy it!
I’ve never been big on celebrating Halloween, but this year (of all years … yes I’m aware of the irony) I’ve decided to put a bit more effort in it and let me say, just because all the typical ways to enjoy this spooky night of ghouls and goodies aren’t available, that certainly doesn’t mean you can’t still have a fun night. So, today I’m going to be sharing a few ideas for last-minute Halloween celebrations – read on if you dare mwahahahaha!
I’m officially at university now and have just finished my Freshers/Induction week! WOOOHOOO!! My tertiary education is officially on its way, and soon I will embark on what I’ve been told will be the busiest 3-4 years of my entire life. I’m still not sure whether that should make me anxious or excited. Perhaps both? Today I’m going to be chatting about my freshers’ experience, what it’s been like doing it during this pandemic and a few tips for still making the most of your start of university despite the restrictions that are in place.
Hey everyone! Today I’m continuing with my awards/tags catch up with the Lockdown Tag (which Anjali from Chasing the Maximum Life so kindly tagged me in).
Ever since lockdown, I’m definitely learning to appreciate the small things in life. Even things that used to annoy me, I now miss. There are just so many things I’m missing during lockdown … probably #3 and #12 the most though. What about you? What are you missing the most from normal life during lockdown?
I know that the world is still in lockdown/quarantine mode, and you might be wondering why I’m giving you tips for planning an event that isn’t exactly possible. Well, I wrote a blog post a while back to honour the girl’s night in my best friend, and I would have had if lockdown hadn’t started (if you haven’t read it, be sure to check it out here), and that got me thinking … As much fun as a girl’s night in can be, it does require a small bit of planning and sometimes planning, and organising can be stressful. So, I thought it would be a fun idea to share some tips for planning your ultimate girl’s night (complete with ways to prepare a quarantine/social-distancing friendly version) so that the entire experience can be fun, easy and stress-free from start to finish. Also, it’s a fun way to get excited for a great night with your girls once the pandemic has calmed down and you can even start planning ahead of time … now without further ado, here are some tips for planning your ultimate girl’s night.