Travelling – Bangkok and Kanchaniburi, Thailand

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

Travelling the world with Cystic Fibrosis – Tips!

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!

Busted – Night Driver tour at Bristol O2 Academy

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

Why I appreciate my illness

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

Beating the January Blues

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

Women’s Magazines

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