Some Recommendations: Read A New Book Month/Read A Book Day

‘A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.’ – George. R.R. Martin The month of September is read a new book month and today, the 6th, is read a new book day.  Similar to Mays Get Caught Reading Month, it’s a way to get more people to […]

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Maintaining Focus: Setting goals this September

After thoroughly combing through British Vogue during the month of August, it has motivated me to create goals and make some lifestyle changes as well as inspire my current and future wardrobe.  Here are the top 15 things I am going to be focusing on. Blog and write more frequently Whether it is in my […]

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A Moment For Reinvention: Why The September Issue Of Vogue Is Such A Big Deal

Not Just Vogue Vogue isn’t the only magazine that puts extreme focus on their September issue A.K.A The Big Fashion Issue.  There’s also Elle, Porter, GQ, Vanity Fair and many more that produce great content for fashion, lifestyle travel etc.  However, Vogue still and probably always will remain top of the pile.  Vogue has been parodied in […]

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Grand Pacific: It All Started With High Tea

Grand Pacific was always one of those places I heard great things about but never ended up going to but I finally decided to break that chain several months ago and now It’s made it on the list of go-to places to go.  The grade II listed building was founded as a gentlemen’s club in […]

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Monthly Subscriptions That (I think) Are Actually Worth It

There are so many monthly subscriptions out there that are dying to automatically take your money on a monthly basis.  Not all of them are worth it but that all depends on you.  Here are some that I think are worth the money and that I use regularly. Audible (£7.99/Month) I love reading and one thing […]

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My First Time Abroad: Why Culture Shocks Are Important

Honestly, I never liked being out of my comfort zone when I was younger and I still f*cking hate it as a young adult.  I’ve just learned to put a good front on when I have to. Today I was thinking a lot about my first holiday abroad when I was 12 and why I […]

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