We all deserve a treat now and again, but I feel like we’re increasingly falling into the habit of relying on money to make us happy. Personally, I don’t have as much spare cash as I used to, so I’ve had to really re-consider the ways in which I treat myself after a long week. You can practice self-care without breaking the bank. Here are just a few things you can try:
For quite a while now, I have had a bit of a creativity slump. I’ve not wanted to create; it’s like I’ve become tired and bored with it almost. I feel like I’ve lost a limb because my creative side is huge part of who I am. So, I’ve been trying different things to re-inspire myself. If you’ve been feeling the same, these tips might help you too.
It’s that time of year again when nervous 17 and 18-year-olds across the country are handed that daunting envelope that basically holds the key to your future. I can’t believe that was a whole five years ago for me. In fact, I still surprise myself when I tell people that I’ve been graduated over a year now.
I knew that the University of Hull was the right choice for me as soon as I stepped foot on campus. The friendly vibe, the beautiful buildings and the cheap beer suited me down to a tee. If you’re considering going through Clearing to find a place that suits you, here’s why you should take a closer look at Hull.
A Sunday well spent brings a week of content. This is perhaps one of my favourite quotes, because it’s so true!
Although I love vegging out on a Sunday, it’s also good to get a few of those pesky chores done before the new working week starts. Here are some things I do on a Sunday to make my week run a little more smoothly.
It may seem a little odd describing what I do in the shower. But, I have done one of these before and really enjoyed it. Who doesn’t love being nosey and finding out what products people love?
Tucked away in the corner of the newly refurbished Trinity Indoor Market is the charming Tea Shop. Owned by the lovely Marion Ring, this loose leaf emporium is jam-packed full of glass jars, each storing a different aromatic blend.