This is one of the hairstyles that I do most often. It’s a nice variation from just a regular dutch braid, and I prefer having part of my hair down as it helps keep the length to my hairstyle. I’m usually either doing a regular […]
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‘Don’t Call it a Dream, Call it a Plan.’ It’s important to have aspirations to work towards. Instead of viewing these aspirations solely as ‘dreams’, you should instead view them as a ‘plan’, with the intention of making these come true. A ‘plan’ portrays […]
I’ve got a massive treat for you all!! ‘Maddie’s Market’ is an online shop that sells all-natural skincare products, and I’ve been lucky enough to offer you all the chance to get 15% off your order!! So, head over to https://maddiesmarket.net/, and use the promo code ARTYALLSORTS15, whilst you still have the chance. Some of my personal favourites have got to be the eucalyptus hair mask, green tea face scrub, all new mermaid face mask, and the turmeric spot treatment.
Happy shopping everyone!!
‘Just Because Your Path Is Different Doesn’t Mean You’re Lost’ Everyone’s paths are different, but that’s only because we all want different things from life. So just because you’re life takes different turns definitely doesn’t mean that you’re taking the wrong turn. Often we […]
‘Sometimes The Smallest Step In The Right Direction Ends Up Being The Biggest Step Of Your Life’
It’s not always about how big of a step you take, but more importantly it’s about whether you take that step to begin. It’s better to at least be walking forwards, rather than backwards. As long as you are gaining, you are winning.
Happy Saint David’s Day! – Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant Hapus!
Even though I am not currently living in Wales full time, I will always be Welsh through and through, and for that reason I wish you all a wonderful St David’s Day. Today is the day to wrap up warm with a bowl of cawl (which is perfect with all of this cold, snowy weather), and munch on a pile of Welsh cakes. St David’s Day is definitely not as busy now that I’m no longer in school, and I can’t help but say how much I loved the school Eisteddfod – although that may have been because we didn’t have to go to lessons. The overwhelming memory of performing either Calon Lan or the National Anthem at the end of the performances will always stick with me. Although, I can say for certain that I will never, ever miss those itchy outfits that we had to wear.
I hope you all have a brilliant day this St David’s Day!