July Reflections, Highlights and Favourites

I know I say this every month, but it always feels so crazy to look back and see how much of the year has gone by. I think spending most of the time stuck in my room and doing everything online might be adding to that just a little bit. Anywhoooo, July has been a very eventful month, even though nothing has happened. But enough of my chatting let me get into this post!

May Reflections, Highlights and Favourites

May has probably been the greatest mix of stress and relaxation I’ve had in a while, as I had my first set of uni exams/final exams for first-year to do online. Which is absolutely terrifying, by the way – am I the only one who feels that way? But, having all my exams and summative assignments out the way also means that I am free to do fun things and relax a little after a rather hectic, if not somewhat inactive and digital, first year of university. Today I am doing another monthly review post – I hope you enjoy it!

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! 

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.

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!

October and November Favourites

These last two months have been a complete whirlwind, but it could not have been more fun and exciting. And scary. There were definitely lots of nerves and astronomical spikes in stress. But hey I’m still alive and very much coping – my first term of uni is drawing to a close, and that made me think of doing a reflection post, going back over my favourite moments, and a few of the exciting things that have happened. I’ve always loved the idea of doing a post reflecting back on the previous month because you get to look back at everything you’ve learnt, all you’ve achieved and remember some really special memories. So today I’m going to be sharing some of my favourites of the last two months with this big, beautiful blogging community – YOU!!