Showing posts from April, 2017

5 Problems With Social Media

Hi everyone. I'm currently having a break from uploading YouTube videos while I wait for a creative wave of inspiration to hit me. I only like to put out content on my YouTube channel and blog which I feel good about posting. I've been thinking and reflecting about social media. I wanted to share 5 problems which I currently have with social media. Let's begin with.... 1. Life Isn't What It Appears To Be People might look like they are having a better life than you on their social media channels. But this is not true. We are all human and we all have problems which we struggle with. No matter how someone's life looks on social media behind the computer screen it could be a different story. Never judge a book by it's cover. I never want to be dishonest and tell you that my life is perfect. It's not true. I have good and bad days like everyone else. 2. Lack Of Patience Social media doesn't teach us patience because it shows us instant news and r

Girl Power Networking Pop-Up & T-Shirt Launch

Hi everyone:)  Thrift Generation  would like to invite you to their Girl Power Networking Pop-Up & T-Shirt Launch  on the 22nd April 3pm-6pm in Nottingham. This a FREE event and the point of this is to  support women and girls too, whether in business or in general. It's a great opportunity to network. I shall be attending the event and filming for my YouTube channel. Please come and say Hello! More information can be found on the events Facebook page below. M adi Wallner is the founder of the label Thrift Generation   is currently preparing a launch to promote the first line of T-shirts with a Girl Power theme.  I am excited as I am a plus size woman who thinks that it's important to celebrate all different shapes and sizes. Madi's collection is inspired by the world wide famous Playboy bunny icon . She is  reclaiming this icon and using it in a different way which is not to judge on image

When Life Doesn't Turn Out How You Expect

Hi, everyone. This afternoon I had a little browse around my local town and had a look inside some charity shops. I enjoy shopping at charity shops because who knows what bargains you might find and the money is going towards a great cause. A hanging wall plaque caught my eye on one of the shelves which said Life always doesn't turn out the way you expect. But perhaps it's because something better is on the way 💕 #quotes #quotestoliveby #plaque A post shared by Hayley (@bunnymoonstone) on Apr 6, 2017 at 6:55am PDT This sign made me deeply reflect on my life and where i am now at 29 years old and I wanted to share my thoughts with you. Me aged 16 at prom 2004 When I was 16 and leaving school I thought that I would have everything figured out by my late 20s. Well here i am and I don't have any figured out. Haha. I'm laughing because it feels amazing to admit it. Every goal is still achieveable which I have in my mind but I do get very frustrate

Spring Fair In Beeston

Hi everyone On Sunday 2nd April i visited Beeston Fields Golf Club in Nottingham. The free event was organised by Fabulous Spaces  and it was on from 10am until 4pm. The venue was The Walled Gardens i nside a huge beautiful white tent which usually hosts weddings and special occassions.  They were selling their hand craft produce such as jewellery, bags, food, clothing and photography packages for weddings. A selection of stall  holders include Bluebell Dairy  Ice Cream Spondon Bakery The Greenery Carolyn Clare Jewellery Winning Works Slate and Wood Sophisticakes Patisserie Florence & Bow Big Green Tree . Bowbeaus Lunar Moth Jewellery Sundial Style Brocklebys Pies All things pretty   Selena's Contemporary Flowers Azorieblue  Barista Coffee Yummy Little Cakes   Rubylou's Treat Co Paper Cotton The Walled Garden Beeston Fields Meltworks   Usborne Books Tattered Rose Strawberry Kitchen Bakery Silver Spoon By Gilly A