Monthly Archives: May 2011

My life has always been so mapped out. When I was at school A Levels and university weren’t things to consider – they were clear cut roads to follow. No other options were offered, no need. Everyone I know went to … Continue reading

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It is half term in two days! I am so excited; the thought of sleeping in, catching up with my blog reading, shopping and just RELAXING sounds so appealing right now. Exams are nearly over, year 11 have gone on … Continue reading

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Here is a confession; I don’t watch The Only Way Is Essex – Everyone I know seems to love it and watch it religiously but it makes me cringe so much that I can’t bear more than five minutes at a … Continue reading

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Here are my loves and loathes from last nights Billboard Awards. My inner 13 year old is happy that Justin Bieber won 6 awards and I loved Beyonce’s performance. Not loving Rihanna and Britney – them snogging on stage is … Continue reading

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‘My shoulders are so bony I look ill. But I’d still rather be dead than fat’ is the headline in an article in The Mail today. In the piece, recovering (or not so) anorexic Liz Jones talks about how women … Continue reading

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I am officially stressed out. I could sleep for days and still be tired and I can barely remember what my friends look like. The pressures of my final year dissertation, my PGCE struggles, the pain of an NQT year, … Continue reading

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The Met Ball is a pretty big deal in the fashion world. You wouldn’t think it given some of the monstrosities wheeled out this year but there were enough amazing, make you go oooohh dresses to keep it up there … Continue reading

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I love the Royal family – it is almost uncool to admit that nowadays but I really do. People bleat on about how expensive they are and how unnecessary without really researching how much money they bring into the country through tourism … Continue reading

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