Just in case you didn’t know, today is International Motivation and Inspiration Day; and seeing how I’ve just about recovered from a NYE hangover, I think it’s a perfect day to lay down my resolutions.
So, here we go:
We’re getting closer to the end of 2017 and I would like to review it – to savour the memories whilst they are still clear and write them down, so that I won’t forget.
What a year it has been! So much has happened, so many boxes have been ticked, so many great memories and realisations #adulting 🙂
So let’s start.
I’ve started the year dressed as a police officer, and 12 days later (don’t forget, my birthday is on 12th of January!), I was the karaoke princess celebrating hitting a quarter of a century at the Mad Hatter.
All in all, my month was fantastic, so 2017 had a really good start.
Just over two month ago the news broke that Harvey Weinstein is accused of sexually assaulting a number of women, leading to many celebrities and role models to speak out. The media and many influences started to praise the bravery of those who have come forward.
It didn’t stop with Harvey. Continue reading “Sexual Harassment – who’s got the power?!”
Finding a great pub within a walking distance from your home is rather exciting, especially if you have as much love for delicious food as Ben and I do. So once we heard about The Jolly Postboys, we decided to pay this pub a visit. Continue reading “Pub review: The Jolly Postboys – Temple Cowley, Oxford”
I was recently involved in a conversation about the upcoming General Elections and one lady said that she doesn’t believe in elections:
‘I don’t vote, I don’t see the point. One party promises to cut taxes, another to increase benefits, but all these things are small and unimportant. No matter who’s elected, they will still go and drop bombs on people and make huge nation- and life-changing decisions without public’s input.’
She was mostly opposed, with others in the discussion suggesting that she should show that she feels this way and still go to the polling station and just cross out the ballot as a sign of protest.
Estimated 64% of 18-24 year old didn’t bother voting in Brexit referendum, and look where it got us.
I don’t get to vote at the general election, but if I did, I would 100% go to the polling station and vote to make a point of my views.
You should too. Don’t forget to register to vote before 22nd of May.
Everyone who knows me is aware of what a huge TV series junkie I am. I watch them when I get ready, when I cook… Basically all the time. So without further adieu, here are my new finds:
What: Mystery drama. A girl commits suicide but leaves the tapes with her story behind.
Why I like it: Great acting and deep, captivating story. Absolute binge.
I’ve never posted anything too personal here, but I think it might be the right time to start. Continue reading “My recovery “
Everybody loves a good carrot cake! I’m in a bulking stage, but still try to stay healthy, so I’ve made a variation of a carrot cake, which turned out to be absolutely delicious!
We just got back from the best Ski trip ever at Les Acrs 1800, and I just can’t keep my emotions in! I literally was in tears on the last day – leaving the Alps broke my heart!
Secondly, I would like to thank my friends, who have been amazing this week and made the trip the best group trip I’ve ever been to.
Thirdly, I need to thank the weatherman, who granted us some fresh pow on the day we arrived.