5 things to do on a rainy day

 

 

With my 2 best friends living across the company and the colder months rolling in, I’ve had a lot of time to spend in my house. Often most of my time is spent watching Netflix but below I have listed my top 5 things to do when you’re stuck in the house.

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Mythical creatures from around the world.

 

Every country on earth has a chosen National Animal, which is believed to signify the characteristics of the country and its people. Most countries choose animals that exude positive attributes, such as strength, grace, resilience, agility, and so on. Kenya, for example, have chosen the lion as their National animal, and we have no questions, here. After all, lions roam in their numbers in this part of the world, and they exude every attribute that one would think, a country would want to be represented by. While this makes sense, the choices made by plenty of other countries, don’t.

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Top Career choices to consider.

Making decisions is hard. What to wear? What to eat? What to do? When to do it? Making decisions is challenging for even the most decisive of people, in a world that is literally your oyster it can be difficult discerning what is right for you right now and what isn’t. This decision can cause anxiety and stress, however even more daunting than the perfect outfit to wear on date night or what to watch on your next ‘netflix and chill’ date is picking the perfect career path. Does one even exist? With hundreds of jobs to choose from, and the daunting fact that we might be choosing something to do for the rest of our lives make it seriously hard figuring pinpointing one.

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Three Breathtaking Holidays

 

If there’s one thing we all love to do, it’s travel. With it so easy to go to pretty much any destination now, so many people jet off day in day of in search of the perfect holiday. Whether it be backpackers off to Thailand, or a family to Disneyland Paris. Looking forward to a holiday is the one thing that gets most people through the slog of daily life, the escape of being on holiday is something that just can’t be beaten. This post is going to look at three different destinations, to give you some inspiration of where to go next.

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Making The Most Of A Weekend In London

There is too much to do in London. That’s not a bad thing if you’re lucky enough to live there, but if, like me, you only have a weekend to see everything the city has to offer, you need to narrow down your list a little. Money is always going to dictate what you can and can’t afford to do in London, but the city caters for the high class and penny-pinchers all at once. Budget doesn’t have to determine how much fun you have, so here are a few things I think would make your weekend in London unforgettable.

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The Bad Habits that are Making You Look Older

Unless you happen to stumble upon the fountain of youth or you have exceptionally good genes, there’s no way to avoid the passage of time and the inevitable changes it brings to your body, but there is plenty you can do to stop looking old before your time.

If you’re serious about looking as youthful as you possibly can for as long as you can, you might not want to hear this, but there are a number of bad habits you’re going to have to give up for that wrinkle-free, fresh-faced complexion…

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Can You Really Afford a Gap Year?

Mia and Maddi are my 2 best friends. I’ve known them since nursery and we’ve gone through all of school together. When I left sixth form to get my apprenticeship they both stayed in a school and finished their A-levels. When results day rolled round it was announced that they would both be leaving for University in September.

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What to expect from an apprenticeship

 

Me and school never really agreed with each other. Endless detentions because my skirt was too short or my nails were painted, teachers who have no idea what they’re talking about and being told how clever I was based on an unreasonable exam. Don’t get me wrong, I loved primary school and up until year 9 I was a model student (mostly). But when the hormones kicked in and I was more interested in spending times with my friends, school was  my last priority. I did, however, achieve 4 A’S, 2B’s and a C in my GCSES.

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The Ultimate festival check list.

 

 

T minus 3 sleeps until I’ll be entering the magical land that is Cream fields. I’m not even going to lie, I’m pretty anxious about going. 3 days of alcohol, sun and amazing music doesn’t sound bad? Well I’m thinking about the uncomfortable camping surrounded by thousands of intoxicated ravers and portable toilets.

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