Loving the National Trust as a Young Adult

As lockdown eases, I am enjoying getting back into the countryside and seeing some of the beautiful sites in the UK. The National Trust has been a big part of this. As a member, the opportunity to visit sites and support the organisation during tough times means a lot. The National Trust has been a part of life since I was a baby, so I wanted to reflect on my time as a member and show that no matter your age, the National Trust can benefit you no matter who you are. Read more


Slow Fashion Season: What Is It and How to Take Part

Are you are beginning to be more conscious about your fashion consumption and wanting to lead a more sustainable lifestyle? If so, you may have seen people talking about Slow Fashion Season, which runs from 21st June to 21st September annually. In case it is new to you, it is perfect timing to introduce the movement and how you can take part. Read more


Is it time to change our meaning of productivity?

Something that has struck me during lockdown is the amount of productivity advice appearing across the media. It is understandable too. When you spend lots of time at home, the temptation to stay in your pyjamas and binge-watch TV shows all day is real. It comes as no surprise therefore that blog post titles seem to be things like 10 Ways to Keep Motivated During Lockdown and How to Lead the Ultimate Productive WFH Lifestyle. You know the ones I mean. Recently though, I have been wondering if it is time to change our meaning of productivity? Read more


1 Year Living with Crohn's Disease: Lessons Learnt

As mentioned in a previous post about IBD myths, Spring 2020 marks a year of chronic illness life. At least, a year since my body decided to let it be known to me that I have Crohn’s. Sometimes it still feels like yesterday and it’s hard to get used to the idea of it being that long. Other times, it feels like I have always been living with Crohn’s disease, and it has become the new normal. Read more


Friends Themed Bullet Journal Setup

We are all thinking the same. March 2020 has gone on for an eternity. It’s hard to remember a month that wasn’t March. If we cast our minds back to the beginning of the month though, you may recall me wanting to do a bullet journal layout based on a certain favourite TV show of mine. Yes, that’s right. April 2020 is the month of the Friends themed bullet journal setup. Read more


Common Misconceptions about IBD

March 2020 marks a year since I have been living with Crohn’s disease. Well, I probably had it for longer, but it decided to make its presence known a year ago. It has definitely been a learning curve since my diagnosis and I am still learning now. There have been many ups and downs, and the battle with Crohn’s is far from over. Something I do know though, is that there are lots of myths and confusion surrounding IBD. Here’s my take on some of the common misconceptions about IBD and hopefully provide some clarity from my perspective. Read more


The Little Things Count

Hello there! It’s been a while since I last wrote a blog post, which was not my intention.

Then again, I think we can all agree that 2020 has not gone to plan for any of us.

I felt like before I could publish any other ‘normal’ posts, I wanted to write about my feelings. Read more


March 2020 Bullet Journal Setup

Happy March everyone! Various negative events have filled the headlines recently, not to mention the weekend storms February brought us. I’m sure we all need some springtime positivity. In keeping with my previous 2020 spreads, my March 2020 bullet journal setup is focused on blogging and any extra wellbeing things that come to mind. Read more


Eco Guilt and How to Overcome It

Let’s talk about eco guilt. A term that crops up more and more these days. What is it? More importantly, how do we stop it?

I have experienced my own share of eco guilt, but I am starting to overcome it. Read more