(If you love blogging in any way, please read... I promise it is worth your time) Hi blogging friends, On Saturday 23rd March 2022, my blog officially becomes 5 years old. It seems pointless to celebrate the ageing of this online community that has been curated, loved, enjoyed and lived in but then lost. For … Continue reading For the Love of Blogging
The Philosophy That Will Change Your Life | March For Mental Health
“Do your future self a favour and work hard today” I first heard this quote on Alfie Deyes’ YouTube channel a long time ago. It’s in the back of my mind somewhere and I try to put it into every day action. However, I don't completely agree with it. The most extreme instance of this … Continue reading The Philosophy That Will Change Your Life | March For Mental Health
7 Places & Countries I’d Love To Visit
Inspired by my good blogging friend Arabella (Sparks Of Ara) I’ve decided to share with 7 places I’d love to visit! As much as I love travelling, I’ve hardly been outside of Europe. Today's post is going to be a little insight into my life goals. I’m very fortunate to be able to dream about where … Continue reading 7 Places & Countries I’d Love To Visit
My Christmas Bucket-List | 5 Activity Ideas For Winter
Thank you so much Zoe for the idea for this post! Make sure to check out her blog, YouTube and Instagram if you haven't already. Between now and Christmas I'd like to complete a few festive things (big and small) and this post is going to be a place for all of those ideas! Also, … Continue reading My Christmas Bucket-List | 5 Activity Ideas For Winter
The Little Book Of Lykke | The Danish Search For The World’s Happiest People| Book Review
Reading this book was really fulfilling. It’s the first non-fiction book that I’ve read cover to cover this year! I really enjoyed the casual tone and I learned so much in a short 288 pages. I know that Hygge is now a popular lifestyle throughout the world though its origin is in Scandinavia. Similar to Hygge, Lykke is the idea of happiness and finding fulfilment in the little things. This book had a constant theme that material things do not bring fulfilment and I agree! I found it almost like my old self giving me a reminder and it felt like meditation whenever I was reading it. The book was split into categories and then the final categories was a round up and I found that really helpful. I finished it this morning and now I find myself off to a good start! I would really recommend this book and though you can find most of its content online, nothing beats the contentment of reading in bed. I feel like the message comes across more prominently when reading.
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