After emailing one of my darling readers, one question sparked an idea I always had at the back of my mind. I'm sharing snippets of my life here and there but what do you actually know about me, rather than just my name and age? Not much unless you're a super stalker so here's a little more about me...
Red or White Wine? White but I prefer Rose
City or Countryside? Countryside girl through and through
Cats or Dogs? Dogs!
Sweet or Savoury? Sweet
Dresses or Jeans? Dresses
Heels or Flats? Flats
Beyonce or Taylor Swift? Taylor Swift
Tea or Coffee? Fruit tea
Divergent or Hunger Games? Both (sorry)
Blogposts or YT Videos? Blogposts
Skincare or Make Up? Make Up
Night or Morning? Night Owl
Pizza or Burgers? Burgers
Books or Magazines? Books
Facebook or Twitter? Instagram ;)
Summer or Winter? Summer
Digital or Film Photos? Always film!
What is your favourite...?
Book? Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult
Movie? Too many to choose!
TV Show? Girls
Perfume? Tom Ford Violet Orchid
Nail Polish? Essie Sole Mate
Skincare Item? Clinique Cleansing Balm
Lipstick? MAC Syrup
Foundation? NARS Tinted Moisturiser
Food? Mac n Cheese
Dessert? Chocolate Brownie
Place to eat in London? Hawksmoor
Alcoholic Drink? Disaronno & Cranberry
Non Alcoholic Drink? Apple Juice
Actor/Actress? Jennifer Lawrence
Singer/Band? Justin Timberlake
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
Rather than one particular thing, I'm mostly proud of myself for a certain time in my life. Dropping out of university was a huge thing for me, especially as I was so determined to go there so doing that and accepting that it didn't mean that I failed. But also moving myself back to London, as I knew that's where I wanted to be and I had to figure that out on my own.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Up until the age of around 15, I wanted to be a veterinary nurse. I loved animals growing up and still do, but I remember thinking for years and years that's what I wanted to be. In the town I grew up in, there was a college which specialised in those subjects and it used to have open days every now and then, so I used to ask my mum to take me along on the weekend. The dream was shattered when I found out I had to be good at science and I knew I wasn't even going to pass GCSE science.
What are some things that scare you?
The dark. I am terrified of the dark and have been since I was tiny. I used to have to fall asleep with a light on and if I woke up in the night in the dark, I used to spend (what felt like) hours cowering in the corner making sure nothing was around me. I still get freaked out about being in the dark now.
What was your life like growing up and in high school?
My life was very normal growing up, which I am very thankful for as it just meant I had my parents and my sister. As for high school, I never liked it. For as long as I can remember, I never enjoyed school no matter what happened. I never felt 100% comfortable with the people I went to school with, as much as I had great friends there. It took me until I was around 17/18 till I started to feel like I could be 'me'.
Are you in an introvert or an extrovert?
Relating to high school, I was always an introvert and still am mostly. I am a lot more confident around people, as I used to very shy, however I always prefer my own company. I've always had a small group of close knit friends, but I can easily talk to people and make friends now. Being the centre of attention is quite possibly my worst nightmare though.
I hope you enjoyed these few questions, I didn't go to personal but I liked the ones I picked out from a selection. The photos above where taken just before I started to write this post, in one of my most comfortable outfits as I knew it would take me longer than expected. The jeans are from New Look and they are the Blue Boyfriend Jean*, a super relaxed light wash jean which looks great both dressed up and down. I always go to New Look for their demin range now, both brilliant for the low price and last a lot longer than other retailers do.