I was good this payday and I didn’t spend any money the day I got paid. So I rewarded myself today with a huge shopping trip. And I did a bit of damage. And ultimately proved to myself that I should not be trusted to go shopping alone. But since I’m sat by the phone, waiting to find out if my best friend’s given birth to my nephew yet, I thought it was the perfect chance to do my first ever haul and share what bargains I got.. as well as a few ‘you paid how much for that?!’ products.
With spring break officially in full swing for most students, it’s that time of year when exam period is fast approaching and motivation is nowhere to be seen. And no matter how I try to avoid it, I always seem to fall victim to procrastination. I mean, this blog is just one of the results of locking myself away from society, for hours at a time, in an attempt to kick myself into action and knuckle down with studying for my exams. So for the last few days, I’ve been browsing the tinternet for the best tips to help aid my revision and get me to crack on with studying as well as reflecting on things that I’ve done in the past that have helped and I thought I’d share them with you guys in case you were in the same boat as me – a boat that was going absolutely nowhere and at high risk of sinking.
Winter has pretty much gone now – thankfully – meaning I can do my first ever favourites post and boy, oh, boy, am I excited to do that! So let’s begin.
Spring has sprung.. sorta, so I decided that it was the perfect time to get my Linda Barker on. (For all you non-90s babies, she was a famous interior designer who hosted ‘Changing Room’ – the late 1990s/early 2000s equivalent of ’60 Minute Make Over’). And the first room that fell victim to my decorating bug was the office/study/whatever you wanna call the room where the computer is on a desk and you spend hours procrastinating when you should be studying – or at least that’s what I use it for.