20-something wine-downing, cat-snuggling, over-sharing, reluctant "grown-up".
Come along for the ride!
Summer in the City is the UK's biggest Youtube gathering and I was lucky enough to go to the first day, which is the Creator Day. I also beat Steven dressed as a sumo.
Today's post is a guest post from Katherine-Alice about how to go green during your period.
The lovely people over at Bearfaced Groceries sent me some food to try and challenged me to put together a few recipes - so here they are!
Subscriptions are the ultimate present to yourself and I am a huge fan. Over the past few years I’ve subscribed to several, from the well known beauty boxes, to super cute indie stationary, however, never have I been as impressed as with ‘My Purrfect Gift Box’.
The first thing you need to know, is that I love my cat. In my opinion, he is the best furry being that has every existed, and even when he’s sat on my keyboard, knocking over plants, or attacking my hand, I still think he’s perfect.
So of course I was going to have a party to celebrate his first birthday.
If you know me at all, you’ll know that I am hella competitive. Whether it’s Laser Tag, Monopoly or just a good old fashioned argument, I like to win. So when Steven and myself got FitBits, the game was on. And with two friends joining the ranks, and the addition of a weekly step challenge, my life has become a whole lot walk-ier. (Is that a word? Who even knows. Or cares).
I'm one of those people that loves to do little personality quizzes in order to find out about myself. Whether they're the silly Buzzfeed ' How Compatible with Jim from The Office are you?' (91% thank you very much) or the renowned Meyers Briggs type test (I was an INFJ but recently scored as an ENFP - who even knows?!), I just like to know.
The one that has actually been useful to my life, is the Five Love Languages. A short and simple 'Would you rather' type test which tells you your 'love languages' at the end - basically, how you like to be shown love.
Okay, so maybe I'm being a little generous calling this an IKEA "hack" seeing as it doesn't require any sawing, or really any extra tools at all, but bare with me because I felt like a damn genius when I did this.
The friendly beans over at HomeSense sent me a voucher a few weeks ago to spend in their store on wedding items. That's like all of my favourite things!
As a big fan of magician Dynamo, I was more than a little excited when we were given tickets for Christmas to see the man in action on stage in Liverpool. That said, it was a little difficult to imagine how an 'up-close' magician's act was going to translate to a huge arena crowd - especially for those of us who are pretty short sighted!