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Pull & Bear Haul: Lisbon Edit

Pull & Bear Haul

Pull and Bear Lisbon Haul Kaleidoscope Peonies

When I was in Lisbon last weekend I got weirdly excited about one thing: a massive Pull & Bear shop. Sad times, I know. I first discovered Pull & Bear when I moved to Liverpool for University, and it's become one of my favourite brands. I manically ran round the shop (as bf was in tow) and picked up some great basics. I love basics. 

What I've Read | August Edition

What I Read During August 

What I Read In August Kaleidoscope Peonies

 August was an exciting month for reading. This was mainly due to the NEW HARRY POTTER BOOK OMG. I'm also going to include what I listened to in August as I'm constantly listening to Audible, as well as reading physical books. I'm also including a book I didn't completely finish, cause that's allowed right? Kinda? Anyway without further ado, here's what I read and listened to in the sunny month of August. P.s a note on August: I did enjoy August but it was soooo busy. I didn't have as much free time as I would have liked as I was so busy at work so don't really feel like I've had a summer, sad times. But these books helped me escape that grim reality. First up...

Stationary Subscription | Papergang


Papergang Stationary Subscription Ohh Deer Kaleidoscope Peonies

 Papergang is a monthly stationary subscription box from Ohh Deer- a gorgeous and quirky stationary brand. I first found out about it when the lovely Sophie from SophiesNoteBook blogged about it. Her box was so pretty and the stationary was right up my street, so I decided to give it a go. Here's what I thought of the August box.

Liverpool & Life Decisions | Applying For A Masters

Applying For A Masters 

Applying For A Masters University Of Liverpool Kaleidoscope Peonies

When I first went to university in 2012 I didn't ever have plans to come back and do a masters. Even when I graduated in 2015, I still didn't have any plans to return to uni. When my degree was over I had only one solid plan: to travel. I worked all through the summer up until Christmas and then set off on my travels in January 2016. It was during those few months that I made the decision to apply for a masters.

This decision felt different to any other. Up until this point in my life all the major decisions were (in my mind) very clearly mapped out for me. But I had hit a cross roads where I couldn't just coast along with what everyone else was doing. Travelling gave me the confidence and also the thinking space to make the the right decision for me. So I decided I wanted to go back to university to do a masters. Which left a few things to consider.