Sunday, 4 March 2018

Top 5 Happy Places in the World

I decided I just wanted to appreciate ad recognise my favorite places in the world and why they are so memorable and special to me, I though it was something nice to share with you and a way to let you get to know me more.

5. Kent
So my home county how could this not be one of my happy places. I love Kent it has so much countryside and has so many places which mean so much to me. I have grown up here and lived my whole life here. I get to see its beauty everyday!

4. Liverpool
Now I am very biased being a Liverpool football fan but I love the atmosphere in Liverpool and it is the home to one of my favourite hotels in the world. The hotel itself isn't anything fancy but it has a gym, pool and the loveliest buffet and it makes me feel very homely and comfortable which is the nicest feeling away form home. 

3.Central London
Now this one is a bit more complicated than just central London I love oxford street, Hyde park, Mayfair and that part of London near and around the Victoria station area. This is closer to home but still further away that I don't get to visit too often. Oxford street is every shopaholics dream and I find Hyde park such a lovely place like a breath of fresh air against the mad city life. This picture does not capture any of London that I wanted to share but I lost my memory card with all my London photos on.

2. Hilton Hotel Resort and Spa Jamaica
This place holds so many memories which I live for! I have been here twice and the first time was amazing I just had to go back, the second time was even better. I have no negatives about this resort even the people you speak to a so nice and give you the best vibes. One of my happy places in life.

1. Chicago, Illinois, United states
This is probably my most favorite pace in the world and somewhere I could see myself living in the future. I've only been here once in my life but I loved every second of it. I visited Chicago in the last week of December 2016 and stayed for new years eve which was just magical in the big city! I am 100% sure I will be returning as I loved it so very much the magnificent mile was the best shopping destination I have even been to. Lincoln Park zoo was nothing like the zoos you get at home and the food oh the food! Not to mention a Starbucks at every ten paces!

Sunday, 28 January 2018

My goals for 2018

Goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018. Now as nearly everyone else on the planet right now we are all reflecting on the year and thinking forward to what we want to achieve in 2018, I have given this some deep thought and decided it would be good to share with you what I am aiming for and want to complete in 2018! Edited note: sorry this is going up so late.

1. My GCSEs 
So obviously this year I am sitting lots of GCSE exams as I'm in year 11. I want to do well and from now until them exams in the summer I aim to work super hard so I can achieve the best grades possible and do well so I get the grades I want and need.

2. Blog more
I know this one is going to be difficult to do around my GCSEs and my main focus should be my exams but I am going to attempt to get at least a post up every month and from July and on you should be seeing a lot more from me as that's my chance to chill out so watch this space!

3. Running
As you may know I am very into running anyway but I want to set myself a clear goal. I aim to be able to run a comfortable seven miles by next December this way I know I have to keep running and not get lazy even during my exams and anything else that might busy me in the coming year. Its so important to exercise its keeps me so healthy in my mind and body.

4. To learn how to drive
So I am turning 17 this year and I want to start learning how to drive in September I don't expect to pass this year as I want to be realistic but I want to start learning how to drive straight away and take my theory at the first opportunity.

Sunday, 26 November 2017

Broadditch Christmas Market

In the aim to feel festive and christmassy (is that even a word?) I decided on a lazy Sunday to go to a local christmas market. No you are not going mad, you might recognise the name Broadditch as that is the same place I went for the hauntfest this year, but they have quickly packed up some of the halloween things for the christmas market. They hold so many events throughout the year if you live in Kent or anywhere near then its defiantly worth checking them out

So for one weekend only they had their christmas market and they will close for for a few weeks and open again when they will only have their little shop selling decorations and christmas tress the market side is only there for a weekend and if I am right this is their second christmas market ever now.

I thought the layout was good having a food and drinks section selling festive themed beverages and food as well as one barn being full of people with stalls and the other barn having a few more stalls and their own massive shop full of every christmas decoration you could ever imagine.

Overall I don't think this particular Christmas market was amazing but it made me feel so christmassy and the live music was a lovely attraction enjoyed by many people there. I still think the idea of going to a christmas market with a few friends or family member is such a lovely idea and you can pick up the nicest stuff!