Brighton

Re-Vamping The Spring Wardrobe

Well, wasn’t last months little mini heatwave something to shout about? I was just having a lovely sit down in the garden, casually checking the weather app on my phone to see it was 24 degrees! Waking up in the morning, I found myself rummaging through my wardrobe for vests and playsuits and kept looking at my stupidly big collection of jumpers in despair.

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Brighton

Customised By Disney

There’s something so lovely about receiving an item with your name on. A personalised gift. Something unique to you, one of a kind. And I don’t know about you, but when I was younger trawling the gift shops after fun days out, I could never find my name amount the personalised headbands, bracelets, room plagues and more.

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Brighton

Getting Caught Up in Social Media

I’m a blogger. I use social media. It’s practically a requirement. A blogger without social media? People would scoff at the thought. After studying a media degree, I can really see the importance of it. To spread a message instantly, to see parts of the world we were blind to before, to communicate without a limit, to feel connected. My blog wouldn’t be where it is without social media and I wouldn’t know some of the people I do without it.

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Brighton

The Winter Essential: Frills

I couldn’t help it, the second I saw this jumper hanging up in Berksha, I just had to have it. It was the last one in a small, so naturally, it was fate, right? It ticks all the boxes, oversized, cosy, soft, there was no way this wasn’t coming home with me.

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Brighton Seafront

Self-Caring This Winter

It’s not breaking or headline news that January is a hard month… well, Winter is a just a hard few months in general. It’s cold and it’s dark. You arrive and leave the office in that never-ending patch of darkness and you wonder if the sun even made an appearance that day.

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Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, Brighton

Why Blogging is Good For Me

as we enter 2017, one of my ‘goals’ is to be more thankful for the platform I’m on, to be more confident and to realise “hey Abbi, your blog is pretty cool and what you do is pretty cool, and who gives a monkey’s what anyone else thinks?”. And the very first step towards that is quite simply, sitting down with my cuppa and exploring why blogging is good for me (and millions of other people).

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