Thursday, 24 January 2013
So this happened, I rolled snow for 1 hour and created this adorable snowman. I don't know how It happened to be so cute but It did and I LOVE him. I made a video to show my dedication above. Looking good In the snow is difficult when your make up Is running down your face and your hair is wet, so ignore my wet face but enjoy this adorable snowman named Mr Pebbles.
Tuesday, 22 January 2013
Hat - River Island
Jumper - Charity Shop
Skirt - Primark
Heels - Hellbounds
I have been having so much fun in the snow, I actually love it! I don't want it to go away. Today i didn't feel like wearing layers, I wanted to be girly. I wore this with a black fur coat. I made a video of the snowman i made which is so cute BTW (Mr Pebbles), i will post them soon.
Sunday, 20 January 2013
Jumper - H&M
Jeans - Topshop
Hat - German market
Boots - Dr Martens
It Is snowing finally!! Everybody seems to complain about the snow but I actually am so excited ha ha. I get to make a snowman, Throw balls at people and slide down things. What isn't there not to like?
Me and my neighbours decided to make a snowman but we failed, so tomorrow I will make a real snowman. I haven't made one in years so I am determined to make it the best! :)
I really would like to buy some new snow boots? Can anybody recommend any cute ones?
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
I thought of a really amazing idea to keep positive throughout the year. Get a jar or anything that you can keep notes in. Every time something good happens, anything funny or something that makes you smile. Write it down and put it in your Jar. Then on New years eve, read all of the good things that have happened that year. Instead of remembering the bad. The idea is to stop holding on to the negative things that bring you down and hold on to the good things. So this is my Jar and by the end of the year it should be full of beautiful memories, I'm already excited to read them all. Stay positive, stay happy!!
Jacket - Thrifted
Shorts - Topshop
Shoes - Vintage
Shirt - Thirfted
I have been planning my trip To Nepal. I will be volunteering in Kathmandu and Chitwan for 8 weeks. I am still making plans. I would like to teach English, work in the orphanage and also teach monks, and learn as much as I can about Buddhism. I am still trying to prepare my mind for the culture change and the environment change. I know that it will be a big change but I guess life starts when you are not in your comfort zone. I hope that I can make a difference in peoples lives even if it is only for a short amount of time.
After my volunteer experience is over I will be flying from Kathmandu to India. I am beyond excited for the whole adventure. I know that it is something I will keep with me forever. If anyone has any advice or help with what I should take with me, or even want to share there own adventures with me. I will appreciate it very much. I will be blogging my whole trip :)