Posts in Tips and Tricks
WHAT TO DO FOR A WEEK IN TORQUAY

This blog post is so overdue, we went to Torquay in April and I’ve only just copied the photos over from my old computer to this one to upload onto the blog. But, at least we are there now right? Torquay was such a beautiful place, it was like we went abroad, the water was so blue and clear and we were so lucky with the weather. We also went over my brother and I birthdays so it was a perfect way to celebrate another year of our birth.

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PLAN WITH ME: LOOK THROUGH JANUARY 2019

I’m not gonna lie, I’ve had no motivation to pick up my bullet journal for a couple of months now but the new year has given me a new sense of motivation- to at least start the year right. There are many reasons why I haven’t been so into bullet journaling recently- I didn’t know how to get it to fit in with my blog- it always looked out of place in the lifestyle area of my blog.

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4 BEST CONTENT BLOCKS TO USE IN SQUARESPACE

I’m in my second year of blogging on Squarespace and I love learning about all the different tools so that I can design a website that I love. My blog has had many changes over the last few years and I definitely love my latest design! I definitely did so much research with which site would be the best one for me out of Squarespace and Wordpress and I have not looked back since.

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MUST-HAVE APPS & WEBSITES YOU NEED AS A BLOGGER

As a blogger there are a few apps that are essential to make your life a little easier when you need to get a post ready for publishing and for promotion purposes. There are some apps that bloggers definitely need to help them make this process easier, especially scheduler apps. Whoever invented them are a genius and on behalf of every blogger we thank you for it.

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6 PRESSURES OF BULLET JOURNALING

As with anything, there are pressures that you face when you start beginning to join any community. It is difficult not to swoon over other people’s bullet journals and look to see how amazing they look on Instagram and Pinterest. It can make you think that your bullet journal looks a mess and not worth spending any more time on.

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EXPLORING SURREY

I have been making more of an effort to explore places that are close to us because you don’t need to go abroad to find amazing places and different days out. There are so many places that could be explored right under your nose. I have been to a couple of places in Surrey and there are so many more places that I have not yet investigated but they will be on my to-do list.

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5 TOP TIPS FOR CREATING ABSTRACT ART

I love abstract art at the moment; I wouldn’t be doing all those Disney Zentangle pieces if I didn’t. But I never used to like them, at school we did a couple of different abstract styles and I just didn’t understand how it was art- a few random strokes on the paper- but then I found Faye Halliday and loved her abstract animals she drew with patterns and I decided that I wanted to do something similar to her.

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CHALLENGES EVERY BLOGGER FACES

As a blogger there will be times that are challenging and every blogger will face these at one point or another, I am still struggling (probably with all of them) now because it is a forever cycle that seems to just play on your mind. I have had my fair share of challenges when I first started out blogging and I still have some now. I think it is important not to sugar coat blogging too much because it takes a lot of hard work to make a blog successful and lots of people outside of blogging don’t always understand this.

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A-Z BULLET JOURNAL GUIDE

I loved the idea Vix did of A-Z How to start a blog, so I thought I would try and make a Bullet journal version. I wanted a guide with all the key words to help anyone who needs a reminder of what they mean. As most people know that I love using different journals for different things, and as I have done this for 2 years now I have picked up on a few tips here and there. So I will try and add these into it too.

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