Oh it’s felt like a loooong month. At the beginning of the month, I was getting back to normal life again after being stuck at home with an illness, and I’ve ended the month being stuck back at home thanks to the coronavirus (I don’t have it, I’m just listening to the government and staying … Continue reading March 2020 Favourites | Books, Style, Skin-Care, and more!
I’m sure I’m not the only person on this planet we call home who is feeling lost right now. We are living in unprecedented times, and that comes with a lot of anxiety and life-adjustments. My biggest adjustment so far has been having to self-isolate. However, I think I'm pretty skilled on the self-isolation front. … Continue reading Tips to Get You Through Self-Isolation | Working From Home
When I was a student completing my A-Levels, I came home one day to find a gift from a friend of mine on my desk. It was a little blue box with a post-it on top saying ‘Stress Kit’. A little puzzled, I opened it up to it full of goodies; a chocolate bar, a … Continue reading Making a Self-Care Box | Wellbeing
As I’m writing this, I have just finished up my morning skin care routine and feel like an absolute goddess. For years, I didn’t really care about my skin, and would haphazardly throw on some moisturiser as a make-up base, or try a face mask that would end up drying out my skin. But now, … Continue reading ‘The Body Shop’ Skin-Care Routine | rosie abigail
In my world, Hygge Season is officially here! And it turns out, I was all about hygge before I even knew what it was... To give you some background, hygge (pronounced hyoo-guh) is a Danish word that can’t simply be translated into English. But then, it is more than just a word. It’s a concept … Continue reading Hygge Season | rosie abigail
"Imposter Syndrome". I’ve been seeing this phrase pop up all over my social media the past few weeks - “anyone got tips to help deal with imposter syndrome? xo”, “it’s an imposter syndrome kind of day”, “reaaaally feeling out of place at this conference #impostersyndrome”. Every time I see a Tweet or post like that, … Continue reading Dealing with Imposter Syndrome | rosie abigail
In the land of undergraduate (and postgraduate study), a cold chill has fallen across the kingdom. Assignment titles have been released, all are behind on the reading lists, and even the strongest of students have succumbed to the flu. Stress levels are peaking, and people are forgetting what normal sleeping hours are. Two years on … Continue reading Real Self-Care for Students | rosie abigail