Whether you’re at university (like I am), or travelling or working abroad for an extended period of time, feeling homesick can be really tough. Here are some tips to get you through it. If you can, schedule regular trips home. I understand not everyone can afford this, but if you can it can give you… Read More How To Cope With Homesickness
Planning on visiting Northern Ireland, or are you a local who wants to find more cool things to see? Here’s my local’s guide! One of the most beautiful spots on the North Coast is the Giant’s Causeway. There’s a shuttle bus from the car park down to the beauty spot itself, making it accessible for… Read More Northern Ireland: A Local’s Guide
So, my boyfriend and I are in Amsterdam! We arrived this morning, and there will be a blog post about all the best bits when I’m home. However I wanted to share the fact that there is an amazing ice skating rink in the Museumplein. The ice rink is a temporary feature for Winter, and… Read More Ice Skating in Amsterdam
Last year, I took my dog, Charlie, to see Santa. Yes, really. I have the photos to prove it! Charlie is a West Highland Terrier. He’s the first dog I’ve ever owned, and I adore him. He’s been a hyper, crazy dog ever since he was a puppy, and we really struggled to train him… Read More I took my dog to see Santa…yes, really!
Winter can be a really tough time for dogs, with the cold weather meaning they get less exercise and play time. For day 15 of Blogmas, here’s some tips on how to keep them for getting bored! 1. Get them outside every chance you get. I know it’s cold, but your dog will quickly get… Read More How to keep your dog entertained during Winter
During Halloween Break in 2016 I was lucky enough to spend two weeks in China thanks for a school trip. My school had recently opened a Mandarin classroom, and we were partnered with a university who sent teachers to Northern Ireland. The Hubei Normal University hosted us for the time we were in China, and… Read More My trip to China
Reflecting on my first semester at university as I head home for Christmas!… Read More Surviving my first semester of university