So 1/6 of the year has gone. How crazy is that?! Continue reading
Firstly I’d just like to apologize for the inconsistency in posts but due to it being quite a bust time academically, so we will still be attempting to post as often as we can, there just won’t be much of a schedule to it. So this is more of a reflective post, encouraging you to think about how the previous month has gone and how you wanted it to be. Of course it’s probably more something you should be trying to do everyday.
Ah Sunday. Sunday snooze, Sunday chill, Sunday vibes. Who doesn’t love it?
I think it is so important to make sure we relax at least one day during the week ( that is of course, as long as you used the remaining 6 days constructively) Especially if you’re constantly revising for exams because it might be an important academic year for you.It’s so important to make sure you combat the stress and anxiety by keeping your mind occupied with a few other activities. Continue reading
So what have you been telling yourself this 2o17. Diet, exercise, organisation.. Well here are my top tips for staying put together this year.
Christmas Day is only 4 more sleeps away and as it nears and for most the Christmas shopping has come to an end (for most of us!) we find ourselves with more free time to enjoy with our family and friends. So we thought we’d also share with you some of our favourite places to go…
Yes I have been incognito for a very long while and I am ashamed. To be honest, what with a new school, new curriculum and Highers just begun I haven’t had much of a chance to even breathe. Staring a new chapter is an incredibly difficult thing.For anyone. And I don’t think we ever really prepare ourselves for a huge move even days before it’s planned. Because,talking about and discussing this move seems as though you’ve thought it out properly and you’ll be able to handle and everything’s peachy keen but the actual fact is that actually going through with the change and a couple of months into it is when it really begins to kick in. Starting a new chapter is more like writing a new book, different characters, a whole different path being paved and nobody will know you.
So unless you’ve been hibernating all summer you would have seen that the 25th of August and the 18th of August were extremely important days for many of the British population. Tears of happiness and tears of sadness shed and some results that will last forever. GCSE and A level results were released to the hopeful youths of tomorrow. I was one of those youths. Continue reading