As a child of the 90’s, scrunchies are my thing. The return of the scrunchie surfaced sometime last year, and thankfully it seems like they’re sticking around for good. Not only are scrunchies cute, but they’re better for your hair than using a typical elasticated hairband that pulls on your hair and gets tangled easily. Whether your hair is long, short, curly, straight, or wavy, scrunchies are for you.
What’s up fellow introverts? At the start of this year, and the start of a new decade, who would’ve thought that we’d be ordered to stay at home because of a deadly pandemic? Definitely not me. As a self-confessed introvert, staying at home isn’t hard for me if I’m honest, and the way were living right now isn’t too different from my pre-pandemic day-to-day life. So it left me thinking, how best could I help those who are finding it difficult to cope right now? Read on for some staying at home tips from me, a self-confessed introvert.Read More
I don’t know about you but amidst this current lockdown, my healthy eating habits have gone out the window. And by that I mean disappeared altogether. Having 24/7 access to my snack cupboard is not a good idea, and whilst some may say just don’t buy unhealthy foods to begin with – its not always that easy (especially when you live with other people). In times of uncertainty and chaos, comforting foods can be a light relief. Here’s a delicious recipe to satisfy everyone out there who has a sweet tooth like me!
Dr. Martens were always a style of shoe that I thought would never suit me, you’d never catch me wearing a pair in my lifetime. Or so I thought. I don’t know what happened over the years, but slowly my feelings towards these iconic lace-up boots began to change. As hard as it is to admit, I bit my tongue as I thought, “do I secretly want a pair of Dr. Martens?” I toyed with the idea for a while before I actually plucked up the courage to buy a pair. Lo and behold at the start of 2020, I held my breath as I bought my first ever pair of Dr. Martens (in my mid 20’s may I add). Do I regret my decision? Not one bit.