Tuesday, 31 December 2013

New Year's Resolutions

Hello my lovelies! 

It's New Year's Eve! Which means that it's time to get ready for the year ahead, moving on from our past. Now, I don't know about you, but I always find that my resolutions are broken within months, if not weeks or days! So I thought, why not share my resolutions with you guys so you can punish me if I break them? 

That's right, I'm going to blog about the progress of my New Year's resolutions and if you think that I have broken then I will take a forfeit that one of you guys has given me. Videoed and put on YouTube for your pleasure of course. Get creative and comment either below, on Facebook or Tumblr or tweet me with your forfeits and I shall put them together in a list ready for my breaking of promises.

1. Blog regularly. It's a simple one, but I would definitely like to get in to doing this regularly with at least 1 or 2 posts every week! It'd be great if I could get some topic suggestions for my series so that they can be updated more often and have some interesting topics that I know you want to hear about.

2. Start up my YouTube page and actually do some videos! I'd really like to do something more than writing blog posts so I'm thinking of blogging some bits and doing some other bits and pieces. We'll have to see how it goes.

3. Lose weight. And don't have takeout more than once a week (Uni people, you know what I'm talking about). Those of you who know me know that I'm not exactly a healthy size, and as much as it doesn't appear to affect me, I'm actually really self conscious and have body issues that are linked with  past eating disorders. For this reason, this year I'm aiming to lose at least 2 and a half stone so that I can feel more comfortable in my own skin. 

4. Parallel to losing weight, do more exercise. I will be joing a local ladies gym this year and I aim to go at least twice a week plus do some more swimming training. I've always loved exercise but over the past 2 years I have become lazy which hasn't helped with my weight, this year I propose a major change in attitude towards my exercise.

5. Put some extra effort in at Uni. In other words, do my laundry, cook my own meals, attend all lectures and do all the work I'm supposed to. Simple right? Not so much, I do struggle with being around people which can make going to my lectures difficult but I am determined not to miss any more.

6. Say yes more often. Taking inspiration from some of my favourite bloggers and some of you guys, I plan to say yes to doing more things and getting involved in more outrageous and exciting activities that I would never have dreamed of doing. The plus side? You'll all get to take the journey of saying yes with me!

So that's my 6 resolutions. It's not going to be easy, granted, but that's why I want you guys to help me out. For every week that passes where I break one of these resolutions, I must do one if the forfeits that you guys have put forward. 

Get posting your challenges for me!!

Love you all!

T xxx

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Anxious Issues: Exams

Hello my lovelies! 

Everyone gets stressed about exams, so it can be even harder if you don't handle stress well. Put some time aside chill out and have fun, but don't forget about the studying you have to do in order to pass. Use yoga, exercise, movies or your hobby in breaks from studying and if you feel under extreme pressure don't be scared to talk to someone. There are support methods in place at all schools, colleges and universities so don't be afraid to take advantage of them at any time of year. There are also many support sites online, the BBC and the NHS have tons of information available online and you can call Childline on 0800 1111 if you just want to talk things through, remember that you are never alone in dealing with stressful situations.

With Christmas and the New Year not only may you be looking forward to presents and the changes in your life, but many of you may be frantically panicking about January exams. For some, these are GCSE, or prehaps A Level or BTEC, for others it might be module exams for your University degree or a college course; either way, you're all in the same boat. This is a stressful time for everyone but it may just get a little too crazy for our liking. 

So many people use the excuse:"It's Christmas time, there are a lot of things going on, how on Earth am I meant to find time to study?" You make time. Some people feel like there's simply no time to study around these holidays but if you really want to get the grades, you'll find the time to earn them. Create a timetable of what's going on around Christmas and put in some hours of study. I'm not saying work on Christmas Day because that would be ridiculous, give yourself the main holiday off, but there's nothing to stop you putting in an hour's worth of studying on the other days surrounding this time.

When you do your studying, take regular breaks. Without breaks, your brain starts driving you crazy and you will get stressed out. Make sure you have something to drink (not energy drinks; as much as red bull keeps you alert, it's not good for you) and something to eat in order to keep you alert and don't study late at night when you are too tired to take things in properly. I can speak from experience saying that late nights studying just don't work, things don't sink in properly and you only end up even more stressed out than you were before you started. You may feel wide awake at 3am but you won't remember much when you wake up at lunch time.

Most people find exam season so stressful because they just can't sit down and read and have everything go in, however things don't have to be that way. Everyone has their own individual learning styles, to minimise stress levels you need to find your own. There are many forms of studying that you could do; reading notes, re-writing notes, recording notes as spoken word and listening back, using sticky notes, mind maps etc. Find your style and things will become a whole lot easier, I only figured this out after the third attempt of my Unit 1 History GCSE exam when I decided to write everything on a timeline using sticky notes. This one trick made everything feel more organised and under control and my grade went from an E to a B in no time! 

Whatever you do though, don't let studying take up all of your time. You do need that time to relax, take a break and spend some time enjoying yourself. Too much work can cause more strain than too little.

One more thing....

I hope you've all had a perfectly wonderful time with friends and family and have received everything you could possibly hope for.

Over the next week I will be sharing some of the wonderful things I got for Christmas so feel free to share with everything what it is that's got you smiling this year!

Love you all!

T xxx

Monday, 23 December 2013


Hello my lovelies!

I'm afraid that things really aren't going my way at the moment and my blog posts may be slightly delayed. Reason why? My wonderful baby has had to go to hospital! And by baby I mean laptop... And by hospital I mean PC World... So I'm stuck without proper access to my blog which just sucks!

However, I do have a means of uploading a few shorter posts and you guys will be kept up to date with some rambling a. I have to keep you entertained after all. 

PLUS it's the Christmas break and I'm home from uni with plenty of stories to tell so do look forward to those ;)

So! Let me know what you'd like to hear about, be it a day in the life or a DIY, an outfit of the day or something completely out of the box.

Love you all!

T xxx

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

(Not-so-)Weekly Favourites!

Hello my lovelies! 

Yes, it's been a while since the first 'Weekly' Favourites went up, hence the title change. BUT I do have a small selection of glorious goodies that I'm totally loving right now so read on to find out more!

Before I actually show you my favourites, I just wanted you all to know that I'm looking for someone to design the template for my blog design so if you think you have an idea that I'll like, get in touch and send me a mock up! The lucky person I choose will get a blog post dedicated to them and I will promote them at the end of each blog post I do, they will also be allowed to feature a copyright tag on their design. There may be other benefits for them in the future too, so get involved and help me get this blog looking a little less... bleurgh and a little more BAM.

These darling boot slippers can be found in Primark for a rather lovely price and are super comfortable! I absolutely adore how Christmasy they are and there's a few different styles but all with the same soft fleece inside. Plus they're really in style this Christmas so grab them while you can!

So my parent's got me my advent calendar this year and boy did they choose well. This Continental selection advent calendar by Thornton's has got a delicious range of Chocolates ranging from praline to caramel and are the PERFECT treat each morning in the lead up to Christmas.

I find that my skin dries up really fast in the Winter so I've taken to drinking one of these 2 litre bottles a day in order to keep hydrated. I'm not saying you all ought to go spend money on bottled water because it is expensive (I'm just really picky about what I drink), but I do suggest that if you have dry skin in cold weather like myself that you drink plenty of water over the next few months. 

This tiny Tangle Teaser is an absolute God send. My hair gets tangled and knotty in no time in Winter, not helped by the constant damp air and wind, so having this brush has been a delight. Thanks Nana!

Of course who doesn't love seeing Christmas trees everywhere at Christmas time? This little one is sat on my desk in my University room and I have had it for years so it's lovely to be able to add the Christmas touch to my home away from home. 

Winter scarves, hats and gloves are a big favourite of mine at the moment. This scarf in particular is my all time favourite, not just because it's the Harry Potter Gryffindor scarf, but because it's super long and really cosy which makes it perfect for this lovely Wintery weather.

I must admit, these did not appeal to me at first, but after a few trips to Primark I decided to pick up one in each pattern (Blue Reindeer and Red Robin) and boy am I glad I did! These pyjama bottoms are the comfiest things I have ever worn to bed and are really handy for lounging about during the day too. They're perfect for this time of year as they have that gorgeous Christmas touch and they don't burn a hole in your wallet either!
That's all for now but I'm sure there'll be another load of wonderful things for me to share with you all again soon enough. If you'd like to know where to get any of these items from, get in touch and I'd be happy to let you know. 

Feel free to comment and let me know what you're loving this week. 

Love you all!

T xxx

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Freshers: Moving in day!

Hello my lovelies!

So I've already talked you through everything that happens the over the summer before you go to Uni, but what about what happens when you actually get here? Well, it's about time I let you all in on the fun and festivities of your fist day, freshers week and the rest of your first year.

It's the day you move in to your new home, there's still at least a week before your actual lectures start and you have several days of fun and frolicking ahead... but you're nervous. And why wouldn't you be? You're moving somewhere all alone where you may not know anybody or even the area! You're going to have to fend for yourself in the big wide world and that's scary. But don't you worry, it's not all as horrifying as it sounds if you do everything right. 

On your 'moving in' day, you will most likely have to go and register your arrival somewhere and pick up your keys/cards for your accommodation the moment you get there. I suggest that even though you may know where you're living, don't go there first. Go fetch the keys and pick up your week's schedule before you drive over to the halls or house. 

It's a good idea to have your family with you, not only for that lovely send off but also to help you lug about all your things and help you with the unpacking (which is actually a huge task though it doesn't seem it at the time!) so don't take the offer of your parents/siblings/other family members coming along for granted. 

Next stop is your new abode! It's scary to think that you'll be living with strangers but don't worry, if you're friendly and welcoming then they will be too. Once you get to your room the first thing to do is find a way to pin the door open. It's a good idea to bring a door stop to uni anyway, but it's super handy on this first day when you'll be coming in and out of the room with cases and boxes etc. Not only does it reduce the amount of effort carrying your stuff, but it means the other people moving in can say hello with little disturbance.

Let people help you unpack. Your parents and siblings will be able to arrange your wardrobe, shelves and cupboards in a lot less time than just yourself, plus then your family can take away any extra boxes and bags that you just don't need. 

I live in one of these at the University of Chester, they're so cute!
Once you've fully unpacked your room, you may want to go crazy and fully decorate it straight away. Don't. You have the whole of freshers week to make your room homely. Instead, go and make friends with your new housemates, pop your head in and just introduce yourself. You may have briefly chatted with some of them on facebook before your arrival, but now you can put a real face to the name.

You may have to go to some scheduled meetings on your first day, make sure that you definitely go to them. These sessions will help you understand everything that's going on during freshers week and much much more so don't skip out. These meetings often contain a short welcome, a brief introduction to your student executive team and lots of powerpoint slides (you'll see a whole lotta them at Uni!) but they are definitely worth attending because you'll also find out about the evening activities and when your freshers fair and society fair are.

Finish your hectic first day with a house take-out or meal. Once all of the families have gone, get everyone together in a communal space, be it kitchen, lounge or corridor and have a chat. Really get to know each other because these are the people you'll be living with for the entire year and some of them may become your best friends. It's always nice to get some food in as a group, eat together and learn a bit more about what everyone's doing. 

Some questions you may hear a lot during your first few weeks:
1. What's your name?
2. Where are you from?
3. What course are you doing?
Seriously... you'll be fed up of repeating yourself by week 4, but with those three questions you can't go wrong! Use them as a basic intro with your new housemates before you get in to any more detail.

That's pretty much it for 'Moving In' day, if you have any additions or comments to make then leave them below for everyone to see and I shall be bringing you news of 'Freshers week - Daytime events' in the next post.

Love you all!

T xxx

Monday, 9 December 2013


Hello my lovelies!

This is just a quick apology for there being no new posts this past week as I've had a lot going on in my personal life. You might as well know that I've officially come out of an 11 month relationship after several months of rocky on and off-ness (which is never fun) and it kinda messed me up for a few days plus I've had a crazy load of work for uni on the go at the same time, BUT I'm back on track now and will be uploading plenty of new content for you all over the next few weeks! Stick around for the latest updates and to find out all about some new content I've got coming up!

I will soon be putting up my Winter Hair picks but here's a quick preview for y'all! <3
I also have a Primark Winter Haul to post and A 'Christmas in Chester' so there's lots of new things coming your way as well as the usual series posts!
Love you all!

T xxx

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Anxious Issues: Handling stress

Hello my lovelies!

Sorry this is late but there have a been a few internet issues and I've had a busy schedule this past week but don't you worry, I'll have caught you all up very soon! 

I have found that stressful situations can bring on panic attacks in any person so stress for a person with anxiety can be disastrous. This will hopefully give those of you who suffer some help and those who don't, a little more understanding. Then again it may just confuse you all but I try my best to explain this stuff so please don't fret if you don't understand, I'm happy to take any questions or comments!

Stress can come from many different things, for some people it's dealing with large crowds and for other's it's work, but it's always one of the most anxiety spurring things. As a university student, I find that stressful situations often involve personal relationships, workload or social situations and these three things should always be handled in different ways.

How a person deals with stress really depends on just how badly affected they feel, for some a stress ball can be the best aid but others may need a long hot soak in the tub or a massage. As well as the physical relief methods there are the emotional and mental workouts of writing, reading and just chilling out listening to some music maybe even taking a nap if it helps. You might be the kind of person who enjoys a spot of yoga to relax or a good bike ride, if it works then you do it.

When having a panic attack due to stress, immediately stop whatever task you're doing and move away. It may be an essay you're writing that's stressing you out in which case go outside or take a bath, just by attempting to go and do something completely opposite you will feel an immediate calming effect. Always try to get away from the situation at hand, even if you can't manage to go far, having that space will help your heartbeat and breathing steady. 

If you have space in your room/flat/house, create a 'stress free zone' and make it a place you can go and relax doing the things you love. It might be the bathroom if you're one to find bathing relaxing, or it could be your bed. I suggest you create a corner, fill it with cushions, bits of material, posters, whatever takes your fancy and make it in to a place you can go and be comfortable, a place that's completely yours and yours alone. Draw up some rules, maybe like these:
1. When I am in the 'chill zone' no-one is allowed to disturb me
2. No-one but me is allowed to change the 'chill zone' 
3. No work of any kind is to be brought in to the 'chill zone'
By setting out these rules and enforcing them in your household, you will have gained your own little personal bubble of space to do the things you enjoy.

That's all for now, it's sort and sweet, but handling stress is something that has to be dealt with individually. If you have any stress relieving techniques you'd like to share please feel free to pop them in the comments or get in touch with me and I'll be happy to write them up!

Love you all!

T xxx

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Freshers: Heading to University - Part 2

Hello my lovelies!

So we've got up to you having your lists sorted with what you think you need to get. Take a good long look and just think, 'Do I really need everything on this?', I sure didn't. Sometimes it can be better to wait and see what's already there. The kitchen may already have that toaster, kettle and microwave you're so desperate to take up room packing. Think logically. If you're in self-catered there will be provisions, there won't be those extra things though like blenders, toastie makers etc. Also, if you plan on taking such things it would be best to check that your university or landlord allows them in the accommodation, you don't want to be getting in trouble!

The best piece of advice I was given? Don't take your entire wardrobe. You won't really know what kind of storage space there is and you don't want to be living out of your suitcase all year. Take enough for 3 weeks max, you're going to need to learn to use a washing machine if you don't already and you could always take a trip home to get more clothes if need be. That's another thing, make sure you don't forget something to put your laundry in.. Can't have those flings walking in to your room and seeing dirty underwear everywhere! Make life easier for yourself and see if you can find one that has a double holding space so you can separate darks and lights as you go along.

Don't go crazy buying stationary either and certainly don't go buying every single book on your reading list right away. Most courses only really focus on one or two books on your list and they can cost up to £30, sometimes more. If you're lucky your Uni might offer a scheme such as Aspire (which runs in most John Smith book stores) where each student is given £50 on their student card to spend in the on-campus book store (comes in real handy at Chester!) or there may be a second-hand book sale during freshers week where you can pick them up for half the price. 

It's also a good idea to pick up a large holdable box or bag for your wash kit and other bathroom essentials. I was given a Soap & Glory box set which came in a vanity case (pictured below) for Christmas in 2011 so I tend to use that as it's large and waterproof so any spillages are contained. And don't forget about a laundry bag if you have to use a communal laundrette - you should be able to pick up something at local garden centres most of the year round. 

Once you've got everything sorted it's time to pack it in a way that's going to be travel friendly. I recommend using one or two suitcases/roller bags/holdalls then putting everything else into boxes or crates. You'll be able to pick up plenty of plastic boxes for a friendly price from pretty much anywhere around August/September time as all the shops will have their stock suited for students. I was able to pick up some cute pink boxes (which also came in white or blue) from Tesco for around £5 each depending on what size you want. It's a good idea to have boxes because you can use them for extra storage once you arrive and what you don't want can be stacked in to a smaller pile to go back in the car. 
Something I would recommend doing as soon as you know your accommodation is get on to Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites and find your house mates/room mates/flat mates or people in the same building/block/street as you. It's always good if you can get to know the people you're going to be living with for the next year before you even get there. Check for any groups that may have been made (I had University of Chester: Church College Close 2013-2014 but yours may be less complicated and lengthy) and make sure that you're on them and active. Post a message saying hey and start arranging your first night out on Fresher's week! 

So that's about it. Everything you really need to do before you leave home. The only thing left? Packing that car, saying goodbye and getting yourself to your new home. Next week I'll be posting all about your arrival and getting over those last minute nerves.

Got any questions? Leave a comment or get in touch - all of my contact details are on this page

Love you all!

T xxx

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Favourite things of the week!

Hello my lovelies! 

So this week I've been loving a whole lotta stuff and it's about time I shared them with you!

This lovely red fluffy me-to-you dressing gown jacket was given to me for Christmas a couple of years ago, I just love the time of year when I can get it back out for those cosy nights watching Supernatural and Glee!

This super sexy lip gloss from Soap & Glory has to be one of my all time favourite products. AI always wear it and it has nice subtle shades that are suitable all year round, you can grab your very own from any Boots store.

Who doesn't love super soft slippers? Especially in the Winter. Grab yourself a pair of fluffy boot slippers nice and cheap from Primark to keep your tootsies warm right through the Christmas season!
I just love love LOVE jackets and blazers this season, everyone's obsessed with their jumpers and cosy cardigans but I can't stop gawping at the jackets. Currently I'm obsessing over tweed blazers like the one above in Joules, but you can get them much cheaper and in many different styles from any high street chain at the moment. Plus they make a lovely Christmas gift for a stylish gal. 
Finally it's the Tommy Girl Perfume. I've unfortunately just finished my last bottle of the stuff because I wear it almost every day and can't seem to find it anywhere at the moment! It has the most delicious smell that's subtle yet flirtatious and is a big must have for Winter and Spring.
If you have any favourite things you'd like me to feature then feel free to get in touch.

Come back next week for more of my favourite things and some brand new Christmas gift ideas! 

Love you all! 

T xxx

Friday, 22 November 2013

Anxious Issues: Getting out and about

Hello my lovelies!

This is the first of my 'Anxious Issues' series which I will hopefully be posting once a week like the 'Freshers' series. In this first blog I want to tackle an issue that I have struggled with and I know many other sufferers do too. 
It's a vicious cycle but you don't have to deal with it alone.

Leaving the house can be hard when you have anxiety, there's a paranoia that nags in the back of your mind. For some it's simply a self-conscious thing, for others it can be a whole lot scarier, and for some it's completely unknown (like me). It can be difficult to go out clubbing, to lectures and even just to get the local newspaper so many sufferers like to hole themselves up in their rooms and sink in to a very low mood which can trigger both depression and anxiety in their extremes. I refuse to be one of those and if you can relate to such a situation then so should you. 

It can be better to head out and about with a friend, at least then you have somebody to help you if you find yourself having a severe anxiety attack. I always say start off small and work your way up, just go for a short walk round the block and gradually build it up to a longer walk, maybe in to the town center where you can treat yourself with some retail therapy. Eventually you'll realise that there is very little to worry about. 

If you are out and about and can feel yourself getting to the point of an attack then find somewhere clear of people and sit down. Take a deep breath and close your eyes. Think about the things that make you happy and comfortable and try your very best to ignore everything going on around you. If you're with someone then have them pre-prepared with the best way to deal with you. Some people are more comfortable being left totally alone so you may ask them to make sure no-one comes near you, others may prefer if their friend is there to hold their hand or give them a hug. Only you know the best way to deal with your anxiety attacks and if you do feel uncomfortable do not be scared to tell whoever you're with.

'But what about if I'm self-conscious?'

Everybody has body issues. You have to learn to accept yourself and if you really feel self conscious then find a style to suit you that you feel comfortable in. I like to wear baggy clothes so that I blend in, some girls prefer tight skimpy clothes but will wear a lot of make up because they don't want the real them on show, some guys wear sports gear all the time because they don't want to have to think about what outfits will look best. Yes, people judge, it's only natural and it will probably always be that way so you just have to find the style that you feel comfortable in both mentally and physically. 

Earlier this year I found Zoella's blog and Youtube channel where I watched her video all about dealing with anxiety and how she has decided to say yes to more things and I completely commend her approach. Do say yes to going shopping with your friends, do say yes to leaving the house even if it's just for a short walk. It will get better the more you go out. I find that my anxiety is worse when I'm alone and I will often have panic attacks when walking by myself so I tried to always have someone with me and gradually, over time, I now find that simple daily tasks such as walking around campus and the local town are no issue for me any more. Sure, I still get paranoid and every now and then I will have a small panic attack, but they're only small and they are easy to deal with. I just want you to follow her advice, say yes to more things, take more risks and break out of your shell. 

You don't have to live on the internet, you just have to believe that there is so much more out there and that you have the strength to handle it.

Love you all

T xxx

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Freshers: Heading to University - Part 1

Hello my lovelies!

I know I know, another post so soon? That's right, I had to do something a little less personal.. although it'll probably end up still rather personal anyway. But yeah. Anywho, I thought I'd kick things off by letting you all know about my life as a University student. I'm planning on doing one of these a week so get used to it!

So before I even got to Uni things were stressful, there was the whole application process, exams, boyfriend drama.. blah blah blah.. Don't be fooled! That stuff is NOTHING compared to the summer before hand and then actually arriving here is a whoooole other story.

The summer was long.. and I mean looooooong.. It always is for those of us finishing A Levels or other higher education courses before going off to uni because we finish school early and start uni late. At least that means we have loads of time to prepare, right? Right? Wrong. You have the time to relax and do your thing right up until results day, that's when it all starts getting very chaotic. 

Results day arives and you get panicky, you want to know your results right away but then get too scared to actually look at them. Best thing to do? Just get it over with, there's no point stressing yourself out even more than you need to already, plus if you're with friends it can be a great boost. Boom! You know if you're in or not! Next thing? Check UCAS, see if your university of choice has accepted you, if it's unclear then don't be scared to ring them. If you want to go to uni then you have to do everything you can to get in. 

Right, so all the drama is over, you know you're in to a university. What now? You got it, more drama! Where are you going to live? What do you need to take? Oh no.. You need a whole new wardrobe! Just take a moment to calm down. Make a list, organise yourself, don't freak out like I did. First things first, see what you're going to do about your accommodation, you're going to need to know where to live if you're going to figure out what it is you need to take. I promise you, doing things methodically will make your life (and the amount of money being withdrawn from the family bank) a whole lot lovelier. 

All good, uni sorted, accommodation sorted. Now you can think about yourself. Look online for some lists if you can't figure out what you need to take. Try Studential.com or this awesome list if you're struggling. It's time to start packing up and getting ready to leave...

To be continued later this week in Freshers: Heading to University - Part 2

Love you all! 
T xxx

Greetings, let me tell you a little bit about me

Hello my lovelies! 

So, it's come to this, I've started a blog guys! That's right, not only am I on the Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook train, it's time to get in with the big guys. 

You may wonder why I've decided to start this up, or why I sound so odd.. Well, at the moment it's because I need that little something extra to help me through my days and I've still got to get used to writing for an audience as such. I thought it'd be nice to share my inner ramblings with the world

So, as the title says, this is your chance to find out just who I am and what I'm all about. So here goes... I'll keep it short and sweet

(*coughs* yeahh... I like to pull faces...)

1. What is my name? Tamsin Rebecca
2. How old am I? I'm the lovely age of 18
3. Where am I from? Leicester, UK 
4. Where do I study? The University of Chester
5. How tall am I? 5'2".. at a push.. My nickname's Hobbit cause all my friends are taller
6. What colour eyes do I have? Blue.. Green.. Grey.. Depends on the light
7. And my hair? It's a kind of brown/blonde/ginger thing.. Hard to explain really
8. Why have I decided to blog? Because I have so much to say about so many things plus I have anxiety and I want to share how easy it can be to live your life while struggling with the pressures. I was influenced by the likes of Youtubers such as Zoella and Sprinkleofglitter (otherwise known as Louise) as well as many other bloggers and vloggers and I realised that this was something I really wanted to do. For myself, and for you guys.
9. When's my Birthday? January 6th!
10. Finally, why should you stick around and read my blog? Because I have so much to give and share with the world, I just want to make a difference and make others smile. I'm also rather amusing at times and I don't mind you criticising me too much so please do comment. 
Love you all! 
T xxx