Paige

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20 reasons why I love Christmas.

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Decorating the tree while listening to a Christmas playlist, arguing over where that glittery bauble should go, while sipping a G&T will never get old. Opening that first advent calendar door on December 1st is almost as…

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5 things to do this bank holiday weekend.

I can’t quite explain how happy I am that it’s the weekend. And, long weekends are just such a treat aren’t they? Another reason I’ve been looking forward to the long weekend is so I can be boring and get…

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How I keep my work life balance.

Having been in my current role for almost three years now, I feel like I know a thing or two about keeping a work life balance. As much as I appreciate my career and the opportunities it has brought from…

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Recent highlights.

Life is seriously flashing before my eyes and I can’t believe we’re over half way through the year, it’s mad! It’s been a whirlwind couple of months and as such, I thought I would round up my recent highlights. We…

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Animal print picks.

Animal print is everywhere for AW18 and I am not mad about it. It adds so much to a simple outfit, or if you’re really feeling daring, mix up the prints and colour ways to your heart’s desire! There is…

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My Glossier picks.

Another post raving about Glossier?!?! Yes, it is because, hey, I like a good bandwagon and I can assure you that this is definitely a good’n. While in New York in November I made a trip to the Glossier showroom…

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Five podcasts I’m loving.

I’ve finally jumped on the bandwagon that is podcasts. I resisted for so long and I really don’t know why. They’re super easy to put on and listen to in the background when you’re tidying, when you’re scrolling through Pinterest,…

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An ode to autumn.

Oh hey, October! Why feel sad that summer is now officially over? For me, it’s all about the colder weather! Because of this, I have rounded up all of the reasons to be excited for Autumn (and Winter – in…

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Why it’s okay to like your own company.

I like my own company, and why that’s okay. For about 80% of the time, I prefer my own company. I’ve always liked to be alone, for slightly selfish reasons but also because I’ve never been (and never will be)…

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Staying productive when working from home.

As my job relies only on having an internet and phone connection, I am fortunate enough to work from home one day per week; my commute is a little soul destroying and I needed a way to break things up…

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Learning to be happy, now.

So many of us, including myself are guilty of living in the ‘I’ll be happy, when…’ mindset, in which you’re always looking forward for the next thing that will bring you happiness, when the real solution is to alter your…

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