Why and How to celebrate graduating?











Graduating is such a huge deal it is a reflection of your strength and determination. Rocking that cap and gown is a massive success.


  1. If you’ve graduated believe it or not you are a strong independent person (even if at times you’ve felt like the weakest person on the planet). YOU define determination.
  2. You walked into a new place either not knowing anyone or only knowing a handful and that shows bravery.
  3. There was times you were a mark off the grade you wanted, but you didn’t give up.
  4. For those that moved away from home and had to settle in, you grew up and dealt with new situations despite being home sick and missing the smell of your mums washing.
  5. You learned a variety of new things and grew as a person taking new knowledge on board.

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The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome!


Everything is prepped and the raffle prizes are confirmed! Early next week I’ll do a post all about the prizes and whats happening on the night so keep your eyes peeled…

We are still £35.00 away from the charity wax target so please sponsor.


However, I want to give everybody a little insight on one of the reasons why I am raising money for autism (apart from it being close to my heart). Continue reading

Green Tea Capsules

A little bit about my journey and why I LOVE The Green Tea Capsules! Honestly I’ve never been one to take tablets and do shake diets because I never believed they worked until trying these amazing tablets. After seeing everyone rave about them I thought why not? And thank god I did!

Until 2014 I could practically eat what I wanted when I wanted and that I did. After a few months into university I had put on three stone. I hadn’t noticed but everybody else had. I was  diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome so part of my weight gain had come from that but also over indulging and of course not having my mumma’s home cooked food.

Cutting a long story short, I decided to try and loose weight and tried out a variety of diets, gradually the weight was coming off. However, it wasn’t quick enough for me and I still didn’t feel healthy.

The turning point. The Magic Capsules. The Relief.

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Autism Charity Event – Autism Fun & Funds


There are 700,000 people on the autism spectrum in the UK – if you include their families it affects 2.8 million people. It isn’t something that goes away it is incurable, but the right support at the right time can make a huge difference. Despite the large figure, it still remains a taboo subject. I have decided to do a charity night to raise money for the National Autistic Society, not only to help those on the spectrum but to help the family members. It is something that as a sibling, I have had to deal with on a day to day basis, and as much as it is rewarding it is often very challenging. Since my brother was diagnosed, I have researched and interviewed many other people in the same position as him or even me as a carer. I have found out that many of people have had all different situations even pensioners. The National Autistic Society is a charity I hold close to my heart, and I would love to be able to raise the money in order for them to support as many people as possible and make the world a better place for those with autism.


my objectives for the event

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May is going to be a stressful yet amazing month. This is the month where I finish my degree, the finishing line is so close now. I have two weeks to do my very best – determination, motivation and late nights is what is needed! But after that, it’s prosecco and celebrations…

1)Finish my degree

My most important goal is to put maximum effort in for the final weeks of university. There is no question that it is going to be a difficult few weeks, but I want to make sure I submit all my work knowing I have done my very best – trying your best is all you can do. Let the late library nights commence!!! Continue reading