My Living Room Decor


I have been meaning to do this blog post for almost a year now. I think it's high time I showed you around Flat 53. Well, not all of it. Just the living room as that's the only bit I have had a chance to do up so far. I'll get round to the rest of it eventually including #dressingtablegoals (sigh).
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How to Get Through the Holiday Season without a Bust-up with the Family


So, the holiday season is here and whether you are a big Christmas celebrator or a low key kinda gal, X-mas means family time. 
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7 Steps to Becoming Really Good at Small Talk


Small talk can be awkward for a lot of us. I don’t know anyone who has told me they enjoy it or even don’t mind it so, at least we are all in the same boat.

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3 Kitchen Tricks to Speed up Cooking


Most nights, once I get back from work, I'm making dinner. I'm no Jamie Oliver but I can't possibly live off takeaways and I don’t think it would do my health any favours (it’s just you and me muffin top. Us against the world).

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Blemish Buster Face Mask


I've come out with a few spots recently. Generally, I'm pretty lucky and I hardly ever get any spots but when I do, my face never has the decency to be subtle about it. It will always be right in the middle of my forehead.

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How to Never Wake up Tired


Is it just me or does it seem to be that no matter how much you sleep, when it comes to waking up during the week, you are always tired!

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Confident body language: How to Fake it Until You Make it


Some people look really confident, I’m not saying they necessarily are deep down, but they sell it well, while others look nervous and unsure when that isn’t actually the case.
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How to Stop Buying Clothes But Having Nothing To Wear


This has to be the ultimate first world problem. ASOS is tired of you and you have no space in your cupboard.  You seem to shop all the time but never have anything to wear! It's a real problem because it wastes your time and money.   
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DIY Tool Kit - Everything You Need to Write Your CV



I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while. I’ve been asked this question a few times and I’ve spent a lot of time myself pouring over my CV, changing it from when I first tried to get a summer job, to a graduate job to an experienced professional role. I’ve used almost every format while applying to jobs and I’ve spoken to a lot of people about it over time too.
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My Up-Cycling Fantasy (That was a Bit of a Nightmare)


I visited my family this weekend back in Scotland. I hadn’t been back in a while and mum was on another “I’m going to declutter everything!” rampage. In fact, she was on such a declutter frenzy that she even decluttered me right out the house. I was to pack my bags with all the extra things I had left there and get them out of the place.
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How to Finally Make that Career Change


Careers are something that we start thinking about from the start of secondary school but oddly enough seem to be the thing that “happens” to us rather than it being something of our choice.
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