Solidity is lost, change is inevitable, and for me this seems to be one of the only constants. It’s exhausting, but wonderful at the same time. As a Millennial – a generation of renters, techies and low-budget travel-goers – I know I’m not alone in this scenario.
Amongst the chaos, I’ve managed to squeeze a much-needed week off. Life has been a rush for as long as I can remember, so it has felt a little strange applying the breaks, but it has been refreshing to just walk, eat, drink and gather my thoughts.
SimplyLet is a lettings agency in Guildford that many students use to get a place to live whilst studying in or around the town. I’ve personally been renting a house from them with 3 other friends and I’m shocked at the service we’ve received. Here’s why…
2015 was the year that I pushed negativity aside to make room for wonderful moments. It worked. I’ve reached new heights this year that I’ve never seen before.
In the latter half of 2015, I began a degree in Digital Media Arts at the University of Surrey. This was not only the beginning of another academic course for me but also the onset of a new journey which involved living in a new area, being surrounded by new people and having new opportunities.
Merry Christmas, readers! I thought it would be nice to write a little Christmas blog to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and to reflect on a few things I’m grateful for over the Christmas break.
Last month my friend, Evie, and I spent 3 weeks traveling Southeast Asia. I’d of loved to keep a daily blog of my experiences, but I was simply too busy taking it all in – and trust me, there’s a lot to take when travelling Asia – so I thought I’d share my absolute favourite experiences from my travels now, as a collection of tweets, BuzzFeed style.
If you follow me on social media I’m sure you’re very much aware that I’m travelling, but I’m going to a lot of places, experiencing a lot of new things and doing so with a few different people. So, I thought I’d lay down the plans here, if you’re interested.