Monday, 28 August 2017

The Best University Tips From A Graduate

4 years ago I had a sleepless night, impatiently waiting for my A Level results and whether university would offer me place. It feels like yesterday! I still remember the emotions I felt the morning of results day. Now I've been graduated a month and it's all over, I'm insanely jealous of Freshers heading to university in September, this will be the first of 18 years I won't be heading back to education *cue the violins*. Here's my tips for surviving uni and having the best experience ever.

Sunday, 13 August 2017

ASOS Finds: 20 under £20

ASOS Wishlist: 20 under £20 |
I did one of these posts around this time last year (I think?!) and it was pretty popular. Turns out there's quite a few of you who also like bargains or are on a budget, so I thought I'd do another one. I spend way too long on ASOS anyway, so why not put this endless browsing to good use.

Here's 20 of my favourite under £20 pieces on ASOS currently.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Why You Should Add Germany To Your Travel Bucketlist

If you've been a reader of my blog for a while, you may know that I lived in Germany for a year for my university course. It was an amazing year, I have so many memories I look back fondly on and though, I'm not going to lie, it WAS tough, it was the most rewarding experience ever. Anyway I've written a million posts documenting my year abroad so I won't go into that here.

I've been living back in the UK for just over a year now and I occasionally feel 'homesick' for Germany. It's weird saying that because I'm British, I grew up in the UK and have lived here all my life, bar those 11 months in Germany, but I do miss Deutschland. I also miss speaking German now I've finished my degree, so if there's any German readers, feel free to chat to me on social media in German!

I think Germany is often overlooked as a travel destination. When travelling in Europe many people want to go to Rome or Paris or the Greek and Spanish islands. Or maybe the increasingly popular Prague or Budapest. But not many people say they want to visit Germany. I travelled a LOT of Germany on my year abroad (my German flatmate said I'd seen more of Germany in my short time there than she had her whole life!) and I am adamant that everyone should visit at some point, here's 4 reasons why...