How to Stay Organised and Productive as a University Student

I am about to go in to my final year of studying BA English Language at the University of Birmingham. I’ve found that certain habits and choices certainly make me much more motivated to get my work done and help me to do it in less time. Here are my top tips for being productiveContinue reading “How to Stay Organised and Productive as a University Student”

Top 10 Tips on How to Plan a Mini Break on a Budget: Edinburgh Edition

I have just returned from the most fabulous three day break in Edinburgh, Scotland’s magnificent capital city. This was a mini break with two of my friends, with all of us travelling on a student budget. We managed to compromise very well on costs without compromising at all on the quality of our city break.Continue reading “Top 10 Tips on How to Plan a Mini Break on a Budget: Edinburgh Edition”

The Best Desserts and an Autumnal Escape: The Eis Cafe

October is in full swing folks! The leaves are already turning to warmer tones, and everyone just wants to be cosy with a hot beverage and a cosy blanket. Also, is it just me who has more cravings for indulging in some more seasonal treats? This cafe was a real gem of a find, havingContinue reading “The Best Desserts and an Autumnal Escape: The Eis Cafe”

How to Make a Rented Space Feel Like Your Own Home

Going in to my second year of university, I am now living in a furnished, rented house for the upcoming year in the city of Birmingham. It can be tricky to make a rented property feel homely and personal to you, when you are unable to make changes that you may make if you ownedContinue reading “How to Make a Rented Space Feel Like Your Own Home”

Books I Love: Fabulous Fiction, Elegant Classics, and Powerful Poetry

Happy weekend everyone! Today I am sharing some of the books I have been loving recently, a mixture of fiction, a couple of classics, and even a couple of poetry books! So grab a coffee, you may well find your next favourite book… The Keeper of Lost Things- Ruth Hogan “the wonderful thing about booksContinue reading “Books I Love: Fabulous Fiction, Elegant Classics, and Powerful Poetry”

Exploring the Jurassic Coast

“The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul” – Wyland Travelling to new countries is one of the most exciting and fulfilling experiences you can have, however, exploring the country you are already in, is also an experience to make the most of. The Jurassic Coast is somewhere IContinue reading “Exploring the Jurassic Coast”

The Best of Bergerac: The French Market Towns You Will Fall in Love With

Welcome back to my Best of Bergerac series, the final instalment is here gang! So far we’ve covered the fabulous food, and some of the more rural scenery, today I am sharing with you the two market towns which made our trip; Duras and Eymet. So if you love a bit of travel photography andContinue reading “The Best of Bergerac: The French Market Towns You Will Fall in Love With”

The Ultimate University Guide: Advice on Moving into Student Accommodation

All those of you who are starting university this year will be moving into your student accommodation in a few weeks’ time so I thought this would be the perfect time to start my university series here on my blog, as I was in the same position a year ago! I am now going inContinue reading “The Ultimate University Guide: Advice on Moving into Student Accommodation”