The Road to Ibiza – Fitness and Health Holiday Preparation

So I’ve just booked my holiday to Ibiza and I’m super excited. It’s been on my list of go-to places for a while and I can’t wait for beach clubs, beautiful sunsets and sunbathing with a cocktail (or 3) in hand. I recently was asked to share my ‘daily routine’ by one of my followersContinue reading “The Road to Ibiza – Fitness and Health Holiday Preparation”

6 easy ways to start saving

There is no question, trying to save in your twenties is an absolute minefield and we’re British, no one talks openly about money, right?  If you’ve been to university it’s likely your first priority after graduating will be trying to keep out of your overdraft than actually putting money aside for your future. If you’reContinue reading “6 easy ways to start saving”

Netflix Round Up: What should you watch next? (with trailers)

My thoughts on what I’ve been watching on Netflix recently, I promise there are no spoilers, just trailers. Let me know in the comments below what I should watch next! Peaky Blinders: Seasons 1-4 Let’s start with an absolute classic. Why I only just started watching this in 2019 is completely beyond me, it’s brilliant!Continue reading “Netflix Round Up: What should you watch next? (with trailers)”

5 things I’ve learned from moving to a new city after graduating

I mentioned last week over on my instagram (@gs20s if you’re not already following me) that I was going to share my experience of moving to a brand new city after graduating from university. I come from a small rural town and going to university in Birmingham opened my eyes to the excitement of living nearContinue reading “5 things I’ve learned from moving to a new city after graduating”

How to stop comparing yourself (and other millennial problems)

It’s almost Valentines Day, which means our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat feeds will be flooded with outbursts of adoration, loved-up couples and enough celebrity promos to make you want to quit social media for good. It’s no surprise that people (both in a relationships and single) are comparing their lives to that of whatContinue reading “How to stop comparing yourself (and other millennial problems)”

Time to Talk: Anxiety

As today (Thursday 7th February) is Time to Talk Day 2019 I thought I would share with you my experiences of anxiety and post-graduate depression. This isn’t something I’ve spoken openly about on my blog before but I have always thought I should, just incase someone reading this is feeling this way too, it getsContinue reading “Time to Talk: Anxiety”

A ‘twenty-something’ guide to Edinburgh

We’ve tried it all out, so you can go and make the most of your trip. It inevitably had to be arctic temperatures and forecast of snow the weekend my boyfriend and I took a trip to Edinburgh. This article won’t bore you with an hour-by-hour account of our trip but what it will doContinue reading “A ‘twenty-something’ guide to Edinburgh”

5 ways to manage your wellbeing when you start a new job

I shared with you all last week that I recently started a new job that I am loving and was really excited about the prospects and opportunities that this new role would bring for me. I realised, however, that I probably spoke about getting a new job in a really positive light and feel theContinue reading “5 ways to manage your wellbeing when you start a new job”

Annual Leave Hack 2019: How to travel for 18 consecutive days using only 9 days of annual leave

It’s safe to say we’re all looking forward to the summer months where we won’t have to wake up in darkness and go home from work in darkness too. If you’re an avid traveller but holding down a job to pay the bills at home you may want to think strategically about how you useContinue reading “Annual Leave Hack 2019: How to travel for 18 consecutive days using only 9 days of annual leave”

Why I had a career change at 23

So this week I started what I can only describe as ‘the job I left teaching for’. I know it’s early days and 3 days is probably not enough to go on to describe it as my ‘dream job’ but, honestly, I’m loving it.  Where it began If you’re not familiar with my journey soContinue reading “Why I had a career change at 23”