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Friday, March 23, 2018

Finding your ideal phone/laptop case can be a mission and a half, especially if you're like me and always have a very particular design or pattern in mind. When it comes to accessorising my gadgets, I want something that really encapsulates my own unique style and taste. I think you can tell a lot about a person from the exterior of their device which is why the concept of customisation really appeals to me. Luckily for me, I discovered online store CaseApp, a company which also believes in the customisation of your phone/laptop to reflect yourself and personality. I want to say a big thank you to CaseApp for allowing my to try out their products. I picked out one of their pre-made laptop skins as well as an iPhone 7 case that I personalised. Here are what they look like! 

I'm really happy with how my custom iPhone case turned out! I decided to go with glossy over matte and really like the overall finish of this case. Initially, I was afraid the plastic might crack as I was attaching the case to my phone. This was because I wasn't used to such a rigid material. My previous cases have been made of a much more flimsier plastic. This was definitely a misconception on my part because it secured to my phone perfectly fine. It seems to be a very durable covering and I definitely feel reassured that my phone will be protected. 

For my laptop skin, I decided I wouldn't tamper with the design. I really liked the minimalistic pattern as it was. It was very easy to apply and I had no problems with positioning the sticker. I love the way it looks! It doesn't function as a case however if you want to add a little bit of interest to your laptop, laptop skins are the way to go. 

To conclude this review, I'd just like to mention how impressed I was with the efficient shipping. I'm not actually based in the UK therefore I wasn't expecting my products to arrive in the time that they did. My envelope came before the estimated shipping date which I thought was very good service! Overall, I've thoroughly enjoyed working with CaseApp. Not only are their products very good quality but the entire process from choosing your case to receiving it, is very fast and easy. 

If you'd like 20% off your order, use the code THEANNIE20 at the checkout (valid until 2/4/2018). 

CaseApp has kindly let me run a giveaway where you can win one free product from their site! Check out my Instagram if you'd like to get involved! 

Thanks so much for reading! 

* I received these items in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own. *
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Friday, March 16, 2018

Three weeks ago, I officially started Uni. I was planning on writing this post after my first week of classes but since I was feeling a little uncertain about things, thought I'd give myself a few more weeks to find my feet. For just a little bit of context, I'm staying at home for my first year, studying at a design school in the city and hoping to major in graphic design. I'm really enjoying my classes and the work involved however this is only a newfound feeling. When I first started out, I didn't feel the least bit optimistic about design school. In fact, I even doubted whether Uni was right for me. 

Looking back I think that had to do with the fact that I felt quite alone during that first week of classes. Going into Uni, I didn't really know anyone. All my high school friends had either moved away or taken a year off to work or study abroad. I'm really happy with the institute that I'm at but during that first week of classes, I felt so out of place. After spending five years at high school, I was so used to getting assignments where the teachers were very clear on what they wanted and how they wanted it. I was used to being surrounded by the same group of people six hours a day, five days a week. Uni is very different. I expected this much but that doesn't mean that it still didn't throw me off a little bit. There's so much freedom and artistic license at design school. You're encouraged to interpret the assessments in your own unique way. As well as this, getting fully accustomed with every person in your class is almost impossible. There are so many people and when you're only seeing them once or twice a week, that doesn't leave much time to properly get to know them. Everything was just so overwhelmingly unfamiliar and the fact that I didn't know anyone prior to starting Uni made me feel even more lost and confused. I now know that many of my fellow classmates were in a similar situation to me however during those first few days where I had little to no interaction with anyone, it felt like I was the only one feeling this way. 

Three weeks in, I'd say I'm in a much more positive headspace now. I know the hardest part of the transition from high school to uni is over and I've begun to look forward to the rest of year and what's to come. I almost feel silly for ever thinking I was alone in feeling alone. I've been able to connect with a couple of people from my classes and instead of focusing on getting to know everyone, I'm going to work on getting to know a few people really well instead. Did you feel a similar way during your first few weeks of Uni? How long did it take you to get settled? I know that's everybody's different so I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading!

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Friday, March 9, 2018

Online store Coconut Lane offers the trendiest products around. From tropical prints to celebrity illustrations, you're sure to find something that captures your attention. I sure did! Several somethings actually! I'm so happy I stumbled across their site. I love their shop and the message they're wanting to convey through their products. As I recently became a Coconut Queen (Brand Ambassador), I thought I'd base this month's quiz around Coconut Lane and the items they sell. Feel free to tell me what you got in the comment section below! I love hearing your thoughts on these monthly quizzes!

1. I can't live without my...
A) Bed.
B) Sweatpants.
C) Watch.
D) Phone.

2. My fashion style is very...
A) Casual and laid back.
B) Fun and quirky.
C) Smart and sophisticated.
D) Simple and sweet. 

3. When it comes to shopping, I'm drawn to anything that...
A) I think will suit the theme of my room. 
B) Has a cool quote or design. 
C) Sparkles and shines.
D) Is cute or knick-knacky. 

4. My favourite part of my room is my...
A) Window seat. 
B) Closet. 
C) Vanity table.
D) Desk. 

5. The song lyric I am most familiar with is...
A) "Mr Sandman, bring me a dream."
B) "We never go out of style." 
C) "Diamonds are a girl's best friend"
D) "So hello from the other side." 

6. A majority of my things are...
A) Rose gold.
B) Black and white.
C) Silver.
D) Pastel coloured.

7. The last thing I purchased was a...
A) Pretty notebook and matching pen.
B) Pack of novelty socks. 
C) Set of earrings. 
D) Pair of sunglasses.

8. I personally believe, that when it comes to relationships ___________ important.
A) Trust is
B) Cuddles are
C) Small acts of kindness are
D) Communication is

9. The most recent txt message I sent said something similar to...
A) "I'm so tired!"
B) "Meet you outside the mall!"
C) "It's so pretty!"
D) "Call me!"

10. When I'm reading a magazine, I'll flip straight to the...
A) Product reviews. 
B) Fashion section.
C) DIY page.
D) Celebrity gossip. 

You Should Buy...

(Mostly A's)
This Rose Gold Cushion...
Rose Gold Marble Cushion
...Or Something Else From Their Home, Gifts And Stationery Range

(Mostly B's)
This Blogger Sweatshirt...
Blogger Sweatshirt
...Or Something Else From Their Clothing Range

(Mostly C's)
This Arrow Ring...
Arrow Ring
...Or Something Else From Their Jewellery Range

(Mostly D's)
This Marble Nude Colour Block Phone Case...
Marble Nude Colour Block Phone Case
...Or Something Else From Their Accessories Range

Definitely check out their store if you like what you see! You can take my recommendation on board or you can look around at some of the other products they stock. As a Coconut Queen, I get to share a discount code with you all! To get 20% off your total price just type ANNIE20 at the checkout. Thanks for taking this quiz! 

* Coconut Lane provided me with this affiliate code. All opinions are 100% my own. *
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Friday, March 2, 2018

When it comes to blogging, platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest play such an important part in bringing readers to your site. Social media can really do wonders for your blog however maintaining several accounts at once is no easy feat. If you struggle with managing and being active on multiple platforms here are some tips to hopefully point you in the right direction!  

Keep on Top of Notifications
When notifications are left unattended, they can really begin to clog up your device. The trouble with this build up is that you're more likely to find yourself out of the loop. When you have an overwhelming amount of notifications to go through, it's understandable to want to skim through them quickly. However this means you're more likely to dismiss something you actually have a strong interest in. Make sure to keep an eye on the comments, messages and follows as you receive them. If they're easy to check off then don't hesitate to do so. When you constantly have notifications coming through, it definitely helps to get as many out of the way when you can. 

Have Daily Goals
At the start of each day, tell yourself what you hope to achieve on each platform. It could be joining a blogger chat on Twitter, starting a new board on Pinterest or commenting on five people's photos on Instagram. If you find you're putting certain platforms over others, give yourself reasons to tend to those accounts you're less loyal to. It's all about finding that balance and having a task for each social media site will really help motivate you to evenly spread your time across all accounts. 

Track When You Post
It's a good idea to make note of when you post online. Use a planner or diary to mark when you've shared on a certain platform. That way, you'll be able to see which sites you need to engage with more. It's easy to forget when you last posted on an account so it definitely pays to have some kind of record to refer to when this happens. A big part of engaging on social media is having a consistent posting schedule. Regular tweets, pins and shares are essential in order to connect and interact with your followers. Use your planner/diary to establish a good posting schedule. It'll really benefit you in the long run. 

Thanks for reading! What's your favourite platform for promoting your blog? Let me know in the comment section below!

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Friday, February 23, 2018

Hi everyone! Sometime last year, I did some brainstorming of blog post ideas and at the top of that list I'd written "My Room Tour", clear and bold. I've been wanting to do a room tour for quite some time now and since I'm pretty happy with my layout at the moment, I thought this week would be the perfect time to share one! I reorganise my room a lot and I'm always shuffling things around but the one thing I pride myself in constantly maintaining is the pastel colour scheme. You'll definitely recognise a theme in these photos. I'm so excited to be finally doing this post! I call my blog my happy place but my bedroom is, without a doubt, close second!

My Vanity, Dresser And Closet

My Bed And Bedside Table


My Desk Space


Thanks for reading this post! Does your room have a colour scheme? If so, what is it?

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Friday, February 16, 2018

What's your favourite holiday? That's what I'm trying pinpoint in today's quiz. Everybody has a time of year that they look forward to the most. I know mine! For me, nothing beats Christmas! This quiz is easy to complete, all you have to do is keep track of your most common letter. This will give you your answer at the end. Be sure to share what you got in the comment section below! 

1. When I was a kid, I had a lot of...
A) Children recipe books.
B) Dress ups.
C) Soft toys.
D) Glitter and coloured paper.

2. My favourite shape is a...
A) Star.
B) Circle.
C) Heart.
D) Diamond.

3. My favourite kind of movies are the ones with...
A) Lots of singing and dancing.
B) Gore and action.
C) A cute on-screen couple.
D) A deep and meaningful moral.

4. Whenever I'm feeling worried about something, I'll...
A) Try keep myself busy.
B) Indulge in some sweet food.
C) Talk it out with a trusted person.
D) Write about it in my journal.

5. My favourite fictional dog is...
A) Santa's Little Helper from "The Simpsons".
B) Scooby Doo from "Scooby Doo".
C) Snoopy from "Peanuts".
D) Toto from "The Wizard of Oz".

6. The personality trait that resonates with me the most is...
A) Selflessness.
B) Bravery.
C) Kindness.
D) Honesty.

7. Whenever a friend or family member is feeling ill, I'll...
A) Bake them their favourite kind of cake.
B) Dress up in my craziest outfit and try get them to laugh.
C) Buy them a huge bunch of flowers.
D) Make them a card with a get-well message inside.

8. The first thing I think of when I hear the word "camp" is...
A) Pine trees.
B) Spooky stories.
C) S'mores.
D) Hiking.

9. The face emoji that I use the most is...
A) ☺️
B) 😮
C) 😍
D) 😆

10. My favourite time of day is...
A) Morning.
B) Late afternoon.
C) Mid day.
D) Midnight.

Your favourite holiday is...

(Mostly A's)
You love everything to do with Christmas - the music, the food, the movies, the traditions. You're the one everyone can rely on to spread holiday cheer. For you, Christmas is a month long holiday starting from the moment December 1st rolls around. The festive season is all about bringing family and friends together and for you, there's no better holiday than that.  

(Mostly B's)
When it comes to celebrating Halloween, you're the person for the job. Your excitement for this holiday is contagious. As well as being a keen candy eater and costume maker, Halloween also appeals to you because it is the most unpredictable of the holidays. There's a sense of surprise everywhere you turn. 

(Mostly C's) 
Valentines Day
You love to celebrate love! You're a true romantic so it should come to no one's surprise that  Valentines Day is the holiday where you really excel. As well as spending the day with your significant other, you also like to dedicate some time practicing self love. February 14th is all about showing kindness, not only to the people around you but to yourself as well. 

(Mostly D's) 
New Years Day
When it comes to celebrating New Years, you're all for the party hats, streamers and colourful confetti. For you, there's nothing more magical than watching the changeover from 12:00 to 12:01. Resolutions are also a big part of your love for New Years. You can really aim high with your goals when you know you have a whole 12 months to see them through. 

Thanks for taking the quiz! 

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Friday, February 9, 2018

At the beginning of this year I decided to take the plunge and start my first proper bullet journal. Last year, I had an unofficial bullet journal where I trialled different spreads and layouts. During this time I was able to get to grips with the system and wrap my head around this new form of planning. I don't have a lot of experience on my side but in the process of starting up, I did pick up on a couple things that I thought would still be good to share. Here are 4 things that helped me when starting my bullet journal. 

1. Research Before Purchasing Anything
When it comes to finding your ideal supplies, I recommend watching comparison videos on Youtube. You'll not only see the stationery being tested side by side but also get a better sense for the wide variety of notebooks and pens on market. Try not to get too caught up in what everyone else in using. Establish what you're hoping to get out of your bullet journal as this will help make sure you're investing in the right products for you. 

2. Play Around With Different Equipment
It's commonly said that all you need to bullet journal is a notebook and a pen but that doesn't go to say that you can't incorporate other creative supplies into your planner. Washi tape, stickers, stamps and stencils can also be used in bullet journalling. Be creative and don't be afraid to experiment with different methods and techniques. The more enjoyable you make your bullet journalling, the more likely you'll commit to it. 

3. Get Inspired Regularly 
Pinterest and Instagram are treasure troves of bullet journalling inspiration. Whenever you feel like you're starting to lose momentum with your planning, scroll through BuJo accounts on social media. If you're bored of your current set up, look for new collections to add or different layouts for your weekly spreads. Sometimes it helps to change things up a bit so don't feel like your journal has to have a consistent theme/aesthetic.

4. Have a Draft Book
Whenever you're planning it's always good to have some scrap paper close by so that you can make any rough sketches if need be. A draft book allows you to test different handwriting styles, headers, borders and other types of doodles. If you see something online but don't know if you'll be able to execute it correctly, you can just give it a go in your second notebook. That way, if it doesn't look the way you want it to, there's still no harm done to your actual journal.  

Thanks for reading! What are your thoughts on bullet journalling? Let me know in the comments below! 

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Friday, February 2, 2018

I love haul posts. More specifically, I love taking the photos for haul posts. My family and I recently got back from our trip to sunny Brisbane and while we tried to stay outdoors and make the most of the summer heat, we ended up spending most of our time in the air conditioned shopping malls. In today's post, I'm going to be showing you what I bought on holiday. As you can probably imagine, I purchased a lot of summery items while I was away. I hope you enjoy looking through these images as much as I enjoyed photographing them! 

Popsocket And Wallet


White Denim Shorts

Sunglasses And Hoop Earrings


Black And White Striped Dress


Thanks for reading! 

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Friday, January 26, 2018

Earlier this month I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by the lovely Catherine at Thank you Catherine! I'm so excited to be answering your questions! Definitely check out Catherine's link! Her content is so interesting and informative!
The Rules:
1. Thank blogger(s) who nominated you in the blog post and link back to their blog. 
2. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.
3. Nomiate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions. 
4. List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog. 

Catherine's Questions:

1. What are some songs you have on repeat?
I've been playing my Kpop playlist constantly! Rather than playing a couple of songs on repeat, I just go through the entire playlist from start to finish. 

2. What do you do when you feel down in the dumps?
Whenever I'm feeling a little under the weather, I like to treat myself to a relaxing evening. I'll take a nice warm bubble bath, get into my comfiest pjs then watch my favourite movie in bed. 

3. What can you not live without?
At the moment, it's probably my phone. I'm on holiday at the moment so it's helping me keep in touch with the people back home. 

4. Who is your hero?
My parents are my heroes. They've done so much for my brothers and I. I look up to them both so much. 

5. What is a book you would read over and over again? 
Any Agatha Christie book. Every time I re-read one of her mysteries, I always pick up on something I missed in a previous reading.  

6. What do you aspire to do in the future?
I really want to work in advertising. My dream is to see one of my designs on a bus stop or billboard. That would honestly be amazing! 

7. What do you do on your down time?
Read, blog and scroll through social media. 

8. How do you stay focused?
My bullet journal. I like to track my goals and daily productivity in this book. Recording my progress helps me keep motivated.

9. How do you stay organised? 
Writing lists. This has a similar concept to the above answer. When it comes to completing my tasks/chores, writing them out makes all the difference. 

10. What are you passionate about?
Anything to do with memory keeping. Taking photos, collecting keepsakes and journalling are all things I feel very passionate towards. 

11. If you could meet one person, living or dead, who would it be?
Zaha Hadid. Her buildings are incredible! I've been really into architecture recently and her work is, by far, my favourite!  

My Questions:

1. What's your favourite item of clothing in your closet at the moment?

2. Do you like watching tv shows or movies?

3. How do you usually plan your blog posts?

4. What's something you're hoping to learn/accomplish this year?

5. When do you like to write your blog posts?

6. Would you rather swim with sharks or skydive?

7. Do you prefer sweet or savoury food?

8. What's your favourite thing to do with friends?

9. How do you like to spend lazy days at home? 

10. What advice would you give to your younger self?

11. If you were to make a movie of your life, what famous person would you get to play you? 

My Nominees:

Bexa at

Rachel at

Rebecca at

Lena at

Molly at

Tracy at

Jasmine at

Amy at

Cece at

Lisa at

Carly at

If you give my questions a go, please let me know as I'd love to read your answers! Thank you once again to Catherine for tagging me! 

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Friday, January 19, 2018

Happy January everyone! Since I'm turning 18 soon, I thought it'd be a good idea to base this month's quiz around birthday celebrations. Everyone has their preferences when it comes to spending their special day and I'm going to see whether or not I can guess yours. All you have to do is grab a piece of paper and for each question, write down the statement that you think fits you the most. Was this quiz accurate or inaccurate? Let me know in the comments below!

1. My favourite type of birthday cake is _________ cake. 
A) Chocolate
B) Carrot
C) Vanilla
D) Red Velvet 

2. When people ask me what I want for my birthday, I'm most likely to say...
A) "You don't have to get me anything." 
B) "I don't mind."
C) "Sorry, I can't think of anything off the top of my head."
D) "I like surprises."

3. The number of people that know the exact date of my birthday is around...
A) 6-8.
B) 9-14.
C) 2-5.
D) 15+.

4. I want my next birthday to be _________ one. 
A) An eventful
B) A memorable
C) A quiet
D) An exciting

5. In my opinion, the best part about birthdays is...
A) The sweet birthday messages I receive. 
B) Making a wish on the birthday candles. 
C) Being able to choose how I want to spend it. 
D) Dressing up for the birthday party. 

6. I usually think about my birthday...
A) A couple of days beforehand.
B) A week in advance.
C) On my birthday eve. 
D) An exact month before the actual date. 

7. The one thing my birthday must always have is...
A) Balloons.
B) Cake.
C) Me-time.
D) Dancing. 

8. The last time I had a proper birthday party was...
A) A couple of years ago.
B) When I was 10.
C) So long ago I can't really remember. 
D) For my most recent birthday.

9. I like _________ knowing about your birthday.
A) Just my closest friends
B) My relatives
C) Very few people
D) Everyone I know

10. When people sing "Happy Birthday" to me, I...
A) Start turning red.
B) Can't help but laugh.
C) Turn and run.
D) Sing along. 

You like to have...

(Mostly A's)
A Day Out With Friends
You like to spend your birthday doing something with a small group of friends, whether that be a movie at the cinema, a trip to the local shopping mall or a picnic in the park. It doesn't have to be anything too out of the ordinary, just as long as you have your besties by your side, in your mind it's a birthday well spent.  

(Mostly B's)
Dinner at a Nice Restaurant
When it comes to celebrating your birthday, family gets top priority. Which is why your favourite way to mark your special day is with a family dinner at your favourite restaurant. Sitting in front of a nice meal, surrounded by your loved ones. You wouldn't have it any other way. 

(Mostly C's)
A Normal Day
You're not a huge fan of birthdays so you prefer to treat your own like it's any other day. The less attention around your birthday the happier you are as birthday celebrations aren't really your thing. You don't mind a slice of cake and a present or two but streamers and party poppers are 100% forbidden. 

(Mostly D's)
An Extravagant Party
You like to go above and beyond for your special day, hosting a big birthday bash for all to enjoy. You're willing to share your birthday with anyone and everyone so the guest list is always huge. Birthdays are your favourite kind of special occasion and each year strive to make your parties bigger and better. 

Thanks for taking the quiz! 

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Friday, January 12, 2018

I love photography but am by no means a photography expert. The reason I decided to write this post is because I feel like my confidence behind the camera has grown so much from when I first started blogging to now. In today's post, I'm sharing my four personal tips for blog photography. Here are the things I've learnt through taking my blog photos. 

1. Use Less Props
Personally, I find less props a lot more manageable to shoot. Especially in terms of composition. Before I even get my camera out I tend to shuffle the props around quite a bit so having less items in the picture means I can be more flexible with my arrangement. If you're like me and are very particular about the layout of a photo, I think it's a good idea to limit yourself to five or six props per frame so you're not wasting time moving a dozen or so items every time you change your mind about a composition. 

2. Take Multiple Shots From Different Angles
Once I've created a prop layout that I'm happy with, I'll photograph it multiple times, adjusting my camera positioning after each shot. Experiment with different angles by constantly moving around your set up. That way, you're not limiting your photos to one reoccurring perspective  Flat lays are known for being a blogger's go-to photograph but that doesn't mean you can't play around with other kind of camera shots as well.  

3. Photograph Near a Window
Windows are your best friend when it comes to photographing indoors. There's a spot in the house living room that I find myself constantly going back. It gets just the right amount of natural sunlight. When it's hot summer's day, I like to photograph in the late afternoon so the light isn't so intense however if it's cooler outside then I'm more likely to photograph mid day. When it comes to natural lighting, you have to be adaptable. It may not be as predictable as other kind of lighting however it will provide you the best results in the end. 

4. Find Your Ideal Editing Program
When it comes to editing my photos, I like to use Adobe Lightroom to brighten my images and then to crop them to size. There are an abundance of photo editing apps and websites out there, it shouldn't be too hard finding one that accustoms to your photography needs. If you're not happy with your current editing process, don't be afraid to change it up a bit. You want to find an editing program that is compatible with you and your photography style so if something isn't quite working for you, it may be a good idea to try something new.

Thanks so much for reading! If you have any blog photography tips you'd like to share, feel free to leave them below! 

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Friday, January 5, 2018

Happy New Year! I know it's nearly a week in but I really wanted my first post of 2018 to start the year off right. So I decided on a resolution post! I love the idea of goal setting, especially at the start of a fresh set of 12 months. There's always so much hype around the New Year and I feel like that's what makes these kind of resolutions so special. Amongst the fireworks and the much anticipated countdown, resolutions are just another tradition that make the New Year the celebration that it is. Here are my resolutions for 2018! Let me know if you have any similar! 

1. Drink More Water Throughout The Day
I'm terrible at this. I think the recommended amount is eight glasses a day. I struggle to get through two. I'm trying to keep more hydrated by making sure I have my water bottle with me for every meal but it's definitely something I have to try really hard to remember to do. Water is so important and I know that if I start drinking more daily, I'd really benefit from it.  

2. Get my Restricted Licence
Last year, I went for my restricted twice and didn't pass both. I was so disheartened the second time, I put off driving for weeks after. When I finally got back on the road, I felt like I was just starting out again. I suddenly had that same fear I felt when first learning to drive. Since I've managed to overcome that, I'm intent on getting my restricted sometime this year. I'm also hoping to get a couple of lessons so I can really refine my driving ability. 

3. Commit to my Bullet Journal
At the end of 2017, I bought a Leuchtturm1917 journal and since the first of this month, I've been using it constantly. This is my first proper bullet journal and while I'm very invested in it at this moment in time, I'm worried I'll lose some of that consistency later on. My aim for the end of this year is to have a full and thorough journal to look back on 2018 with. 

4. Learn How to Cook
I'm ashamed to say it, but I've never cooked a proper meal before. Which also means that I don't know how to cook. I've helped my Mum in the kitchen but I've never actually conjured something up myself. Most people my age have already mastered this skill therefore I'm determined to perfect a couple of recipes by the end of this year. 

5. Time Manage my Blog Posts Better
I've never used the schedule tool on Blogger because I've never written a post in advance. I always write my posts the day of or the day before publishing. The same goes with taking my photos. I really want to be more organised with my posts so I'm not so pressed for time at the end of every week. 

6. Be More Active on Social Media
Since starting my blog I've chatted to so many different bloggers. And it's all thanks to social media. In saying this though, I still don't think I take complete advantage of this online connectivity and I go through periods of completely neglecting these social accounts. I really want to be more consistent with my shares and posts and make more of an effort to be present online. 

Thanks for reading! 

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