Some of you might have seen my post a few days ago about the disposable camera I carted around with me in the summer of 2016.
Well, guess what? I did it this summer, too. And I actually think they might be BETTER than last year. Continue reading
I have a love-hate relationship with both IKEA and my apartment. I love IKEA because it’s basically a huge warehouse of home-porn, and I hate it because it takes so bloody long to walk around and I just want to buy everything (even the stuff in the children’s section – SO CUTE). Continue reading
I don’t like taking photographs with my phone. I actually don’t like taking photos full-stop, because of the 21st century premise that I must take, check, retake, check and filter to take a good picture. Continue reading
Every so often I get this little niggle in my head. It’s usually after a few weeks of working and socialising (AKA normal life), when I get this creative itch that I just have to scratch. I think we are programmed to follow a ‘work hard, play hard’ lifestyle; believing that if we are pulling our weight during the 9-5 and fitting in as many friends as possible at the weekend then we are living well. But what about ‘work hard, play hard, chill hard’?
I live in a one-bedroom apartment in Manchester city centre with no balcony. My windows open about two inches and look out over three other apartment blocks (see above). But I will be DAMNED if I let that stop me from gardening. Continue reading