Monday, 25 July 2016


Hello everyone! Today I'm coming at you with a post which was kindly written by Warehouse Storage Solutions. I write a lot on this blog about tips and tricks to improve your blog, which is effectively a business. I get a lot of emails, you wouldn't believe how many, from people asking me for actual business tips- which I don't have a clue about. However, Warehouse Storage Solutions does so let's leave it to them to explain their 'Tricks for a Successful Business.'

Some businesses always seem to thrive whilst others seem to always be on the verge of falling

apart. When growing your business into something that is more sustainable and successful in the

longer term, keep your eye focused on the customer at all times. All your decisions should be

addressing their needs.

Sunday, 24 July 2016


I am so excited for this unboxing, you have no idea. If you know me at all, you would know I have a slight obsession with stationary and books. My latest obsession branching off of stationary is Bullet Journalling and journaling in general. I've been following Busy Bee Stationery on Instagram for so long now and their feed really makes me drool with want so when I got the chance to review their 'Spark Your Creativity' July themed box, I jumped at it with both arms and feet.

Busy Bee is a monthly subscription stationary box, one that I believe is totally unique. Shipped straight from the US, the products are totally unique and I don't think you can access these brand here in the UK. 
The subscription service is $39.90 per month, which is around £30.
Now enough about that, lets get into what the box contains. The three main brands of this box are: 'Heidi Swapp,' 'Pink Paislee' and 'Amy Tangerine.' I've heard so much about these brands on Youtube and I never thought they'd be in the subscription box!


Friday, 22 July 2016


Hey guys, welcome to the second installment in my Bullet Journal series. In this edition I am going to be teaching you all How to Start a Bullet Journal. Keep in mind, I am no Boho Berry (although who wouldn't want to be the BuJo queen?) and I am still coming to grips with what I like and what suits me. I have had a bullet journal for more that three months now, so it's time to share with you guys 'How to Start a Bullet Journal.'
My last post explained all the essentials you will need to start a bullet journal. Click here to access that post. If you don't want to click the post, I recommend you do though, I'll briefly run down what you need.

NOTEBOOK - Leuchturm 1917 (amazon) / Moleskin (amazon)  (both dotted)
PENS - Staedtler Triplus Fine Liners (here or amazon)  / Papermate Inkjoy (amazon) / Staedtler Ballpoint Rainbow Pens (amazon)
CREATIVE SUPPLIES - Washi Tape (amazon) / Journal Stickers (amazon) / Watercolours (amazon) / Stencils (amazon and amazon)

Now, lets get into HOW to start your bullet journal.

If you have chosen a Leuctturm 1917, your notebook already comes with an index, where you put in everything. This makes it so much easier to find things when you start filling up your BuJo. If you have a Moleskin, you'd have to write your own index but it is pretty simple.

I, for one, forgot to put in a key but I don't really need one. You can check out the official bullet journal system key here. I don't need a key because i just use hollow bullet point circles.
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