My essays are in, it is the of 1st December and I can finally get into the Christmas spirit! But I’m going to take a step back into the dark world of essay writing I’ve just broken free from to impart my hard learnt tips and maybe even help someone, or just give me some reminders and hope next time I’m down the word-count rabbit hole.
Back again with another post! It’s been a fun-filled weekend, first the market and now a gig, plenty of blog material. So, into the good bit, I went to see You Me at Six play last night in Dingwalls with one of my oldest friends Ellie (she will feature below) and it was one of the best gigs we’d both been too in ages. A bit of background is necessary, Ellie and I have been huge YMAS fans for as long as I can remember, seeing them at least once a year since 2011 and nearly never disappointed with the show they put on. Safe to say we are fairly dedicated fans, we managed to catch them earlier this year during their secret set at Reading on the Pit stage and I also got tickets with my uni flatmate for the Leeds show, as she’d never seen them before. I’ve had a pretty You Me at Six packed year and last night’s show was the last one they’re playing in 2016, and I’m so pleased to reply they finished on an absolute high. Continue reading
Sorry for not posting in a while but second year has hit me hard, between essays and course rep commitments there hasn’t been a spare minute to breathe but now my contact hours have finally drawn to a close. So, what better way to kick off the festive celebrations than a post all about the Christmassy day my Auntie and I had when she visited. Continue reading
I saw Ella recently post about how much the makeup she wears has actually cost her, I was both intrigued and terrified by the idea. Despite wearing it most days I’ve never thought about adding it all up, and now I know why I didn’t, I miss the blissful ignorance. I’ll justify to myself by saying it’s a hobby, it counts as a hobby right??
Yesterday my sister, Eleanor, and I both came back from uni to spend a weekend at home and see twenty øne piløts play Alexandra Palace on November 11th, here’s a link to the setlist if you’re interested. We both managed to see them earlier on in the year playing the NME stage at Reading festival and they were hands down one of my favourite shows of the entire weekend. Coming up against some hot competition, including rock giants like Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Biffy Clyro, a band I had been waiting to see since my very early teens. So, as you can imagine, after that show our expectations were very high and I’m disappointed to report back that they did not fulfil said hopes. Continue reading
I figured a good way to get to know me is through the ever changing chameleon that is my hair. Full disclosure in advance, expect excessive pouting and selfies galore (you have been warned). Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to start writing blog post’s for a while now but there has been something holding me back, but I’m going to grasp this fleeting moment of motivation as it strikes and at least make a start!
I’m not quite sure what I am looking to achieve with Ferriswheel but I’m exciting to see how it takes shape, the beauty side of blogging is what drew me to the platform but I don’t want to restrict myself to just a ‘makeup’ blog. I want to include many of the things I love especially music, with reviews of both albums and recent gigs I’ve been to, I am also hoping taking a more active role will reignite my love of taking the time to find new music to my ever trusty iPod classic. As well as discussing my ever growing charity shop wardrobe, beauty related chat (to the dismay of my student loan), certainly cats and maybe even some sociology (it is my degree after all…).
So, that’s pretty much me as of now. I thinks it’s better to keep it short and sweet for an intro post, also it’s getting late and I’ve spent way too long neglecting my seminar reading for tomorrow in favour of persistently tweaking a header.
I will share again soon, thanks for reading!