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9 Ways to Maximize Space in a Tiny Bedroom

If you live in a city, or share a house with roommates, chances are you have a super small bedroom. And that can be a challenge if you don’t live by the “less is more” mindset. I’m currently going through the lengthly process of trying to buy my first home, and every flat I’ve viewed so far has a minuscule bedroom. At first it was quite disheartening, but after doing some extensive research on Pinterest I’ve realised it’s not the end of the world… read more >

5 Podcasts to Subscribe to This Year

It’s hard for me to pinpoint exactly when this happened, but at some point last year I became completely addicted to podcasts. I listen to them whilst travelling, working, cooking, and even when I’m taking a bath. If a window of time opens up and I’m able to listen to a podcast I always do, because it’s such a fun way to learn new things and expend your way of thinking… read more >

Why You Should Start Writing an Inspiration Quote Journal

I, like many others, experienced a sense of journal overwhelm in 2016. Inspired by the likes of The Happiness Project’s Gretchen Rubin and kikki.K’s Kristina Karlsson, I set out to diarise the year – from writing a gratitude journal to keeping a sentence-a-day log. To begin with it was a lot of fun, but at times I struggled with the commitment and it started to feel more like a chore… read more >

3 Proactive Steps We Can All Take to Make 2017 More Female-Friendly

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: 2016 has been a challenging year. And coming off the back of the US election the mood amongst my girlfriends is at an all-time low. I’d call it a collective exhaustion. Because it doesn’t matter how you feel personally about Hillary Clinton, it’s still depressing to watch an insanely-accomplished woman lose to a less-qualified man… read more >