Recently in one of my *FAVOURITE* magazine ever, Ideal Home, there has been a huge amount of chat around this upcoming design called ‘Scandinavian Style’ Interiors. This is such a gorgeous way of updating what could be quite a dilapidated and boringly textured home. So I thought, since I read this magazine religiously, my top tips… Continue reading Scandi Style
One of my favourite magazines, which I buy nearly every month is Ideal Homes, which is a magazine specialising in homes, interior design, and the latest fashions and styles in home decor. I enjoy watching fashion, but fashion within a home and styles people use to dress their own, is my favourite. So I thought within… Continue reading Kitchens.
One thing many people do not know about me, is that I have a great love for interior designs, and the amount one can do when they are given a blank canvas within a home. So I decided I would do a series on my take on interior designs, where and when certain things are… Continue reading Advice for Landlords…
In this blog post…I want to address one of my biggest pet peeves. It is something I find offensive, and horrifically annoying on a day to day basis. It is the fact that, when online shopping, or shopping in the city centre of York or Oxford, more often than not you see a ‘curvy’ section to… Continue reading Curvy = Fat?
I thought, following my previous post about what I love to eat when dieting, a few key rules about eating healthy…and a few myths. Fats are your friend Fat! Don’t be scared of it… You actually need it in your diet. Fat doesn’t directly make you “fat” – excess calories make you “fat”. It’s about getting the… Continue reading Greens are Gods.
Today, I have been inspired to write about career goals/dreams. With the worry of sounding like a school teacher, writing to inspire young students…I am myself one of those students. So no need to fear ‘the lecture’ I’m sure we were all subject to, during our schooling days. I am currently in my second year… Continue reading Reach for the stars…(and climb every mountain…)
Three years ago, I’d say I was fairly healthy, but I was definitely not a health freak. I was conscious of what was good and bad for me, but not much else beyond that. Since I was 17, movements inspired by people such as Ella Mills and Madeleine Shaw, and fitness gurus like Emily Sky… Continue reading You are not what you eat…