Thursday, 2 February 2017

Current favourite YouTubers!

Hello! It's been a whole year nearly since I published a post which is so sad but I'm going to get into blogging again.
Today, I'm going to be talking about my two favourite YouTubers.
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Brogan is a 22 year old from Bournemouth who posts mainly weekly vlogs where you see her down to earth personality and genuine highs and lows of her life. She's a Disney fanatic with a heart of gold and I truly believe that she should have more subscribers as there aren't many YouTubers out there like her! Over the past 5 years, her YouTube has grown as more people have began to love her relatable videos. 

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The Youngs are a small family consisting of Daniel, Bethany and their little girl River who live in Aberdeen, Scotland, who post vlogs. They are such a gorgeous family who are also expecting a little boy soon. Their vlogs show their life unfolding and it's only going to get better! They film advice videos as well about marriage, children and money. 
A few months ago they received a shoutout from Zoe and Alfie which boosted their channels by thousands, but I strongly believe that they deserve so many more viewers.

Who are your favourite YouTubers? 
Lucy x x

Sunday, 7 February 2016

Time management

Hi everyone! I've been absent from blogging for I don't even know how long, and I really miss it!
I've had so much to do and so little time to myself, so any time that I have got to myself, I like to chill which is why I haven't written a blog post in forever.
I'm coming to the end of my studies (HALLELUJAH!!) so blogging should become a regular thing soon because I worked so hard on my blog before school and life took over and I feel as though I've wasted all that time and effort because I neglect it now :(
One thing I've learnt from having such a busy life, is how to manage time effectively. I go to Sixth Form monday-friday, all day. Then once I'm home, I either do more work or see my boyfriend. I then work all day Saturday and Sunday, which means I don't even get a lie in!! haha
Managing time effectively is so important, and my biggest tip for anybody with a busy schedule is to PRIORITISE. If you've got a deadline fast approaching, complete that work before watching the new episode of Making a Murderer (which by the way, is amazing!), you'll feel so much more relaxed once you've finished - trust me!
Another tip? Don't stress out. Take time during the day to de-stress, maybe take a long soak in the bath or read a book. Try to do at least one thing in a day that you really enjoy or relaxes you.
It's important to have a good balance!

What do you do to de-stress or relax?
Lucy x x

Friday, 12 June 2015


Hi everyone! Long time no speak, woops...
I really do enjoy blogging, I read every single blog post that appears on my blog lovin' feed but I just don't ever have the time to sit down and write a post that will actually make sense. It's sad, really, because this is my only hobby but I never have the time! :( 
Everything's been going on lately, things which I needed to focus more so on. I've finally finished my AS level exams, which means I've only got one more year left in education, woohoo! I won't be going to university after I finish my A levels because I simply haven't made up my mind yet (blog post on that soon... Maybe?) Now I've finished all of my exams, sixth form is now piling us up with work ready for next years exams, as if we hadn't done enough already! 
I really hope I can get back into blogging, I just need some motivation and time haha!

Have you had any exams lately?
Lucy x

Monday, 16 March 2015

Learning to drive

As I recently turned 17, I have started to learn to drive! I've had 3 lessons to far (3 hours of driving) and so far I looooove it. It's such a surreal experience. I just thought I'd write a post and keep you all updated on my progress. I'm thinking about writing a post after every 3 hours of driving? Let me know what you think!

I had my first lesson on the 23rd February, 3 days after my birthday. I didn't have a clue what to expect because I'd never drove a care before. My driving instructor picked me up from school, where she then drove me to a housing estate. During this lesson, I learnt how to get the biting point between the clutch and accelerator and I also drove around the estate a few times. I learnt how to pull away from a kerb and how to pull back in. After this, I then drove home. It was only about a 3 minute drive back to my house but it was so strange being on a main road with other care users!

I had my next lesson the week later, where she again picked me up from school and drove me to the same housing estate. From here, I drove around 2 or 3 times to get me used to driving again. We then pulled out onto the main road where I then drove about 5 miles to a quite village. I drove around the village through the small back roads then back home again. Throughout the whole lesson, I reckon that I drove 12 miles - crazy!

On my last lesson, I drove myself out of school and through the town in which I live in. I drove to a different housing estate where I pulled over and she spoke through what to do when I arrive at a junction. She went through all of the different types of junction (who knew there were so many?). I then drove around and done what she said when pulling out of junctions. Finally, I drove back home!

I'm really enjoying driving so far, I've even booked my theory test!

I'd love to hear about if any of you are learning to drive, Lucy! x x