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3o Before 30

Attempting to Keep Up A Blog | 30 Before 30

The irony of this post’s title is not lost on me. I’m barely keeping up with writing a blog, as you’ll soon read. Life is hectic. I feel like that’s such a piss-take to some - I don’t have any kids, I’m currently working from home, and I generally have no more than one social… Continue reading Attempting to Keep Up A Blog | 30 Before 30

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Music & Podcasts

The Soundtrack to Adulting | Sounds of Me Part 4

I’ve loved writing my Sounds of Me series, and today marks the final instalment. Of course, as you’ll know, I can’t take credit for it. If you’ve read this series from the start, you’ll know that I drew my inspiration from my lovely friend, Dom, who is the voice behind the Instagram account @lyricallifebydg. Dom… Continue reading The Soundtrack to Adulting | Sounds of Me Part 4

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Music & Podcasts

The STILL Awkward AF Later Teenage Years | Sounds of Me Part 3

It feels like it’s been a while since I wrote another instalment of my Sounds of Me series. Since my last post, I’m excited to tell you that I’ve actually recorded a podcast episode of Lyrical Life Disorganised Waffle with my lovely fellow writer pal, Dom G, who inspired me to create this series. I… Continue reading The STILL Awkward AF Later Teenage Years | Sounds of Me Part 3

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Music & Podcasts

The Awkward AF Early Teenage Years | Sounds of Me Part 2

It’s time for another instalment of my Sounds of Me series! Today, we’re entering into the painfully awkward years of early secondary school and believe me, it’s cringe AF. From hiding my love of Kylie Minogue and my trauma over Steps breaking up to discovering the world of emo music, it all happens. Awkward AF… Continue reading The Awkward AF Early Teenage Years | Sounds of Me Part 2

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Music & Podcasts

Childhood Bangers | Sounds of Me Part 1

It’s time for a brand new series of posts, and they’re all about music and nostalgia (don’t worry, they won’t be completely centred around Taylor Swift, either). I’ve been inspired by a fellow writer within the creative community to create this post, and that’s the fantastic Dom G. Dom is a published poet who writes… Continue reading Childhood Bangers | Sounds of Me Part 1

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Lessons From the Classroom

Lessons From the Classroom – Child Development

Okay, so I’m assuming that by already reading this title you’re pissing yourself laughing. “Ames, you’ve stated many times you hate kids!” Yes, yes I have. I hated them even more when I was fifteen. Yet, I still picked Child Development as a GCSE. Why? Your guess is as good as mine. Perhaps I unconsciously… Continue reading Lessons From the Classroom – Child Development

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Lessons From the Classroom

Lessons From the Classroom – Art

Strap in because it’s time for another round of Lessons From the Classroom! Today, I’m taking a look back over what used to be my favourite subject - art. Don’t worry, you’ll find out why it’s no longer my favourite subject soon enough. Back when I wrote about my ideas for wedding craft ideas, I… Continue reading Lessons From the Classroom – Art

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Movies

Films From My Childhood: Chicken Run

When I was a kid, I had regular obsessions with different movies. Yes, I’m aware, I was a weird little thing even back then. Anyway, it got me thinking about a new series, where I look at some of the films that filled my childhood. There were certainly lots of Disney films in there, don’t… Continue reading Films From My Childhood: Chicken Run

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Lessons From the Classroom

Lessons From the Classroom – Science

Hey friends, I’m back with another batch of Lessons From the Classroom! Today, we’re taking a look back at Science - the subject where, in theory, it all went wrong. Oh yeah, we’re going to get deep in this one. This entire blog is essentially a way for me to deal with all of my… Continue reading Lessons From the Classroom – Science