Mini-Review and Updates

Mini-Review and Updates

February is nearly here and with it brings the official start of SPILL the beans, my new monthly blog content. Each month I’ll be posting at least 5 different topics which you can read more about in this entry. I’ve been preparing content for it, but in the mean time here’s a mini review of…

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48 colours of the rainbow

48 colours of the rainbow

I love nail varnish, and I love having different colours. However, to have every colour of the rainbow costs a bomb. After a bit of research I came across a selection of 48 individual shades for a very decent price (£12!) and some good reviews. They arrived the other day and ooh so many shiny…

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30 thoughts on 30

30 thoughts on 30

In less than 3 days now I turn the big 3-0, The last few months have been a crazy whirlwind of mysterious illness so I’m only just posting this now – 3 months after the fact. Turning 30 isn’t nearly as scary as people would make you believe. As my 20s have progressed I’ve grown…

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Invisible Awareness Week

It’s INVISIBLE ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK! As many of you know this is something very dear to me and very important to me, so any oppertunity to promote or educate people about invisible illnesses I will do so. So please take the time to read through it all and feel free to ask questions – however,…

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It’s a 2.2!

It's a 2.2!

Yesterday I got my degree classification for my English Literature MA (hons) and it was a 2.2! In my previous entry I wrote about how bad I expected the result to be and honestly, I was not expecting a 2nd at all. I stared at the screen for several minutes before the hyper hysterical reality…

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10 years ago I was preparing for my first degree

10 years ago I was preparing for my first degree

… and now I’m preparing to go into the final year of my second degree. Since my last entry I’ve completed my exams, gotten the results, been on two holidays (Tenerife and then Norfolk) and moved house! My exam were results could have been better and definitely reflected the amount of classes I missed, but…

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