I've been terrible with blogging recently and I now have 2 countries to update you on! I'm currently in our 5th county of the trip so this post is coming to you from Sydney, Australia. In my last post you'll have read that we were flying to Vietnam after Thailand. These two countries actually felt … Continue reading Vietnam and Singapore
This blog post comes to you from Vietnam as we have come to the end of our travels in Thailand! I last told you about Kanchanaburi and Elephants World - my most favourite place in Thailand. After the amazing few days there, we headed back to Bangkok to catch a sleeper train down to Phuket. … Continue reading Bye Thailand!
So far in Thailand we've taken tuk-tuk rides, slept on a sleeper train and paid about 50p for dinner, but the best part so far has to be our 48 hours at Elephants World. Across Thailand you'll find many elephant sanctuaries or companies which offer elephant experiences but the problem with many is that they … Continue reading Elephants World
This is officially my first travel post! I'm writing this from Thailand on the start of our 3 month world trip. We've only been away 5 days so far - in which time we have explored Bangkok and travelled north up to Kanchaniburi and visited an elephant sanctuary. I'm actually writing this post at lunch … Continue reading Travelling – Bangkok and Kanchaniburi, Thailand
It's less than a week untilI take off on my 3 month world wide trip! I'm nervous and excited and I can't believe it's come around so quickly! (How are we nearly 2 whole months into 2017 already?) When I first shared the idea of travelling with my CF team, they were so excited for me and really … Continue reading Travelling the world with Cystic Fibrosis – Tips!
I've been to a fair amount of concerts over the past few years. I've been to major ones like One Direction at Wembley Arena and I've been to smaller ones like Gabrielle Aplin on a local boat venue called Thekla. I've been to concerts I've loved and I've been to concerts that I've enjoyed at the … Continue reading Busted – Night Driver tour at Bristol O2 Academy
I haven't written a personal post in a while, so I thought I'd catch everyone up! As you all definitely know, I finished university last year (where I had the time of my life, but I digress...) and I have been working ever since! Woohoo, a graduate actually working? Yeah, but I should mention that … Continue reading Life Update
Earlier this week, Olivia Newton-John made news headlines for saying that she was grateful to have fought breast cancer. That statement, understandably, shocked many people. Cancer is a horrible, evil thing that effects every single person in some way - whether it's losing someone, supporting someone who has lost someone or battling it themselves. For someone … Continue reading Why I appreciate my illness
Everyone take a deep breath. January is nearly over. What feels like the longest, most dreaded month of the year, is very nearly over. No offence to anyone who loves January - but what are you thinking? The dreary weather, the post-Christmas come-down, the heavy colds and returning to work. The end of social events … Continue reading Beating the January Blues
I love magazines. In particular, I love women's magazines - I buy Glamour and Cosmopolitan religiously, every month. But magazines, and women's magazines in particular, often get a bad reputation for being shallow, full of rubbish and for pushing unrealistic beauty standards on women. I'm here to tell you that this isn't always true. I might be a journalism … Continue reading Women’s Magazines