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The Otley Run: Leeds – Ideas and How to Survive

The Otley Run: Leeds – Ideas and How to Survive

In a city famed for its rich history and heritage, well-loved sports teams and as one of the main UK cities; there is one thing everyone must tick off their bucket lists when in Leeds – The Otley Run. The Otley Run is a real […]

Life of a Commuter: Pros and Cons of commuting to uni

Life of a Commuter: Pros and Cons of commuting to uni

Deciding what university to go to, which city to make your second home and planning your life at (quite often) the age of 18 can be a very daunting task. Choosing whether to fly the nest and move somewhere new or stay in your hometown/close […]

An Easy Guide to Orlando | Theme Parks

An Easy Guide to Orlando | Theme Parks

Orlando, the classic holiday destination for many families and young adults in the UK. And around the world. It has everything from beaches to thrilling theme parks. Disney lovers can immerse themselves in a world where their favourite characters eat breakfast with them and animal […]

A Day in Amsterdam | February 2018

A Day in Amsterdam | February 2018

Amsterdam, a European city which is home to narrow houses, vast canals and a rich history, has been high up on my bucket list for quite some time now. With its close proximity to England, I thought it should be one of the first places […]

A Birthday in York – Celebrating a 20th

A Birthday in York – Celebrating a 20th

Back in December, I wrote a post about celebrating a friends birthday in Manchester. This time, we headed to York! Keen to try out new places (namely for nights out; clubbing, cool bars etc) my friend group and I decided we’d try and choose different […]

Veganuary 2018 Results

Veganuary 2018 Results

A month ago I created a post called ‘Veganuary 2018’ in which I pledged to be vegan for the first month of the year. Being a meat eater and dairy lover previously, I knew this would be a struggle but due to seeing ‘vegan’ posts […]

Veganuary 2018.

Veganuary 2018.

In a world obsessed with fad diets, from living off juices for days on end to surviving off chocolate, there seems to be one ‘diet’ that just isn’t vanishing – Veganism. After doing lots of research, I’ve realised that veganism definitely isn’t a diet and […]

A Birthday in Manchester – Celebrating a 20th

A Birthday in Manchester – Celebrating a 20th

Over the weekend, myself and five friends got onto the Hull to Manchester Piccadilly train (prosecco in hand) for a weekend of birthday celebrations. As she was the first among our group to turn 20 – leaving the teenage years behind – we knew we […]

1st Year at Uni, 2nd at Home – Commuting to Uni

1st Year at Uni, 2nd at Home – Commuting to Uni

Back in the summer of 2016, I was in full student shopping mode eager to get the essentials – Wilko’s finest knives and forks, a tonne of fairy lights and a lifetime supply of baked beans. Come September and our little Kia was packed to […]

Hornsea – Yorkshire Seaside ☔

Hornsea – Yorkshire Seaside ☔

October isn’t usually the date most people choose to visit the seaside – especially not in the north of England! England is notorious for rainy weather, especially in the autumn/winter months, but that didn’t stop us! Hornsea is a very small town in the East […]