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5 steps to help get your finances in order

At the end of 2020, when my work actually started to pick up again, I decided to stop all of my unneccessary, emotional spending, and instead focus on investing and saving money. I work two jobs, and one of my…


my top 5 favourite PlayStation games

Since the first lockdown in the UK started last year, I’ve been gaming a lot on my PS4. The gaming console that I bought a few months earlier so I could play Singstar (still my favourite game), suddenly got a…


books I read in January 2021

It’s a new year, and with a new year comes a new Goodreads Reading Challenge. I set my goal for this year to 50 – the same as last year, as I just haven’t been reading as much as I…


New beginnings

Welcome to 2021. Is it everything you expected it to be and more? Let’s face it: the answer to that question is probably ‘No.’ Around October 2020 we all decided that the pandemic would be over if we just made…


how to make life decisions

Making big life decisions can be daunting. It means choosing a direction and perhaps giving up something that has become comfortable but ultimately unsatisfying or unrewarding. Today I wanted to talk about some ways to help you make life decisions…


My 2020 Recap

I feel like I say this every year, but 2020 was (genuinely) the craziest year I’ve lived through so far. And even though I know 2021 is probably not going to be much different, I can’t wait for that fresh…


my current fitness routine

October 2019, I decided to renew my gym membership. And instead of running, I started to do strength training. I had no idea what I was doing but was starting to see some results. At the end of February this…


books I read in November 2020

It’s time for another book-update. Everyone commented on how many books I read in October. November wasn’t nearly as successful. A lot of shorter books that were easy to read. House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas 4…


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