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Study Techniques 2018:

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Exam season is upon us and one of my most requested posts is surrounding the topic of revision and studying for exams. I just want to make a quick disclaimer and say that these techniques may not work for you and I'm not saying that these are the only ways that you can revise. Also if you do know of any other techniques that I haven't mentioned then please leave them in the comments.

1) Past Papers: This is personally my favourite way to revise because it takes into consideration the application of knowledge rather than just reading over your notes. However, these past papers can be quite difficult to get hold of with the new GCSE's and the linear A-Levels, but I'm sure if you ask your teacher they can provide you with some sample questions. When using this method, you also have to keep in mind that you can then use the mark scheme and previous student responses to the exam questions.

2) Flashcards: There are two main ways that you can do this, firstly…
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The Sunshine Blogger Award:

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This is a different kind of post form what you're used to seeing. However, I have recently been nominated for The Sunshine Blogger Award by the lovely Niamh over at Love, Niamh so be sure to go and check out her post.
The rules are: Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you.Answer the 11 questions that the blogger asked you.Nominate the 11 blogs that you wish to receive this award and write them 11 questions to answer.List the rules and display the sunshine blogger award logo in your blog post.
Now onto the questions!
What is your favourite thing about blogging? - I love being able to read other people's amazing content knowing that they have spent so much time and effort creating that for the pleasure of other people. Not to mention the brand opportunities are an added bonus.  Favourite book to recommend to friends? - Hm... this is a difficult one for me. I love so many types of books, I would say I am really into poetry books at the moment so anything by Rupi Kaur.…

Balenciaga Ready-to-Wear 2018 Dupes:

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Balenciaga has received a huge amount of press on its new collection and likewise to what I have done with LFW I am here to find the high street alternatives at a fraction of the price.

Balenciaga: £1875                                                   Prettylittething: £40 (sale price)

Balenciaga: £675                                                     New Look: £12 (sale price)

Balenciaga: £2335                                                  Boohoo: £18.75 (sale price)

Balenciaga: £575                                                    ASOS: £25

Balenciaga: £1275                                                  H&M: £5.99 (sale price)

Here are just a few dupes you can buy to get the same style as the Balenciaga ready to wear campaign - if you try to recreate any of these looks please let me know as I would love to see them. If you want to see more dupe posts in the future comment down below and subscribe to email notifications so you know every time I upload…

University plans:

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I'm at that stage in my educational journey where university is looming and I have to begin seriously thinking about whether I want to get myself into thousands of pounds worth of debt or enter the workplace. My career prospects have varied, to say the least... when I was younger I wanted to be a beautician, then I wanted to be a vet so I took all sciency academic subjects at GCSE - later realising that I hated anything to do with science, developed a fear of needles and almost pass out at the sight of blood (so definitely not the career for me.) After that, for a while, I had my heart set on becoming a barrister which I still love the sound of however after going to a taster A-Level lesson in Law I found it incredibly dull. Inevitably leaving me with my backup career... journalism specialising in either politics or fashion - both of which were realistic considering my passion for the subject areas.

Now over 6 months into my A-Levels (which I have a whole post on)…

Coachella/Festival Essentials

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Festival season is fast approaching and fashion outlets have started to stock up on the chunky sequin dresses. In today's post, I will be going through what I believe to be festival essentials!

If you've been reading this blog for a while then you would know that last year I went to SITC and I went full out there with the glitter, I have a tutorial up on how to recreate my glitter roots if you're interested. There are so many ways you can incorporate glitter into your festival look + you can pick chunky glitter up super cheap on places like eBay! I would recommend that if you have a slightly higher budget perhaps looking at Gypsy Shrine because they are the go-to store for all things glittery!

If you are going to a festival, expect to do a lot of walking or standing, therefore I would recommend investing in a pair of shoes that you will be comfortable in. Obviously the type of shoes you choose will depend on the sty…

Daytime - Evening Fashion Transformation:

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The transition between daytime to evening styles can be complex especially if you're always on the move; however, I've found that you can easily dress up a pair of jeans to suit the majority of occasions...
Like always I will try to link everything I'm wearing so that if you're interested you can take a look.

Firstly the daytime outfit consisting of a fairly casual look with the ripped mom jeans and a slogan tee. I layered this with a leather jacket - a top tip when it comes to switching up outfits with perhaps a capsule wardrobe (which by no means do I have 😂) is investing in good jackets. I like to call these transitional jackets - you can wear a standard outfit, for example, a pair of jeans and a white tee then make it exciting and unique with a nice jacket. If you would like to see a jacket collection post then let me know! Then, in terms of accessories, I wore my black patent backpack so that I could have my hands free then had my black old skool…

The best wearable accessories: The round up

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Most of us feel like we couldn’t be without our portable devices – relying on them for a variety of everyday needs. Wearable accessories help to enhance just how much enjoyment and productivity we can get from our technology. Join TORRO Cases, a supplier of iPhone cases in high-quality leather finishes, as they spotlight the top wearable accessories available today and why they may appeal to you… bPay accessories In 2017, contactless payments rocketed as people recognised they could make payments of up to £30 with the tap of their bank cards, key fobs, smart cards and even smartphones over compatible payment machines. Thanks to Topshop and bPay, these contactless payments have become even more stylish. This is because you can choose from colourful stickers, keychains and wristbands and then link them to your debit or credit cards to make them sources for contactless payments. Each accessory can even be integrated with the bPay mobile app to achieve connectivity in an i…