For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to delve into the world of book blogging. I’ve always loved reading, writing and I sure have a lot of opinions, so it seems like the perfect option! Read book, write about thoughts on book, read more books and repeat, right? Easy peasy.
Although, since I started saying to myself that I’ll start book blogging in the next few months – I haven’t been able to finish a single book! This is not like me, I used to read at least 3 good size novels in 2 days at the very most, I’ve always been a bookworm. But since adding pressure to myself to reach deadlines and write reviews (I’ve never written a book review before) it suddenly hasn’t seemed so appealing.
I thought that since we’re almost halfway through the year it would be a good time to look back on my 2017 Resolutions and give myself, and you, a little update! As I spent ages trying to make some really achievable and positive goals for myself, I’m excited to go back and see how far I’ve come (if at all) and hopefully motivate myself with working towards the rest!
As its Mental Health Awareness Week (#MHAW17) I thought that the Mental Health Tag would be a really great post to share. I’ve already spoken about my mental health in several other posts, mainly my University Series, but I feel like this tag is a really great, informative way to discuss my own mental wellbeing.
Raising awareness for mental health is a huge passion of mine and I’m so glad to have seen this tag floating around this week. It seems that more and more people are talking about mental health now, which is just amazing!
Hi, lovelies! I hope you’ve all been enjoying the weather we’ve had recently since the sun finally decided to come out. Earlier today I decided to go into Superdrug and have a look at some of the highlighters and face masks. I feel like with the warmer weather, I really want to make sure my skin is looking it’s best. I ended up buying a few different products that I’m so excited to try!