How to think like a property investor *

Property investment is one of the most lucrative careers out there and when you make a success out of it, the rewards can be astounding. To make the best investments, you need to learn how to think like a property investor and cultivate your approach. There are certain traits, characteristics and ways of thinking that […]

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Guest Post: 10 Books Every Young Woman Should Read

Now to see us out on my guest post week, I have an absolutely wonderful post from Kirsty Brown about the 10 books that ever young woman should read. Shamefully, I haven’t actually read any of these but they are most definitely on my radar now and a few trips to the library is definitely […]

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Guest Post: Depression and Why I’ll Never Be a “Happy” Person

I’m loving my week of guest posts so far because I love the range of topics we’re covering! We’ve done Disney and what it’s like being a Disney cast member and how to take care of your dogs in the summer heat and today we’re going to be talking about something a little more serious: depression. I […]

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Guest Post: Keeping Your Dog Cool in the Summer

Hi all! Continuing with my week of guest posts whilst I’m away on my holidays, today I have a post from Ashley at Blonde Fashion Happy with some tips and tricks on keeping your doggies cool when summer arrives! It’s super important to keep your dogs healthy when it’s super hot out and some of […]

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Guest Post: How I Cleared My Skin

How you liking my guest post week so far? Yes? Good! Me too! I have another post for you today from Zara all about how she cleared up her skin after breaking out with the worst acne she’d ever had. Feeling like you can relate? Yep, me too. My skin is awful right now due […]

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Guest Post: Behind the Magic as a Disney Cast Member

Good morning everyone! This week on my blog, I will be bringing you a different guest post every day from Monday until Friday from a different blogger as I am away on my holidays this week! I’ll be chug, chug, chugging along on a boat along the Norfolk Broads, without a laptop or much WiFi […]

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Guest Post: Coping With Anxiety in High School

As I’m walking through the crowd, I can feel my body starting to react; my heart is in my throat, my skin is crawling, my mouth is dry, my head is spinning and all I can think about is running, running, running away.  But I can’t. I’m frozen to my place, terrified that one wrong move […]

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Guest Post: Why It’s Important to Talk About Mental Health in YA

Young Adult novels aren’t just popular with teenagers, but with adults and pre-teens alike. For many younger readers, books are one way they learn about life – about relationships, sex, family issues, sexuality and gender… And with YA novels covering such a broad range of topics (including a wide variety of genres, protagonists, and diverse […]

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Guest Post: My New-born Introduced Me to Therapy

I have never been a huge fan of therapy. Please do not be offended but I never really understood how I could benefit from telling a complete stranger about my problems while lying on his couch, that is what friends are for right? 

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Guest Post: Debunking the Depression Myths

Depression touches 350 million of the world population but somehow is still a taboo. Like any other mental illness, there are a lot of stigma attached to it. Now it’s time to debunk them.

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Guest Post: Me, Anxiety and Talking About It

Starting of I am not here to tell you this, this and this. I just want to share with you my experience on opening up to people especially when it comes to your mental health. Over the years I have dealt with anxiety but I never dealt with the way I should have. If there […]

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Guest Post: Because Children Get Broken Too

OCD and anxiety disorders run strong in our family, like the non-magical un-sexy version of The Force. Not all of us have been afflicted in the same way, or with the same severity. To our (completely un-trained, un-expert) eyes, a lot seems to depend on circumstance. Physical illness or overwhelming stress can push the continuous […]

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Guest Post: The Forgotten Queens of 1066

Capturing the Female Side of History Women are something of a rarity in history – supposedly shy, domestic creatures who peep out between the cracks of their husband’s ‘greater’ deeds. However, anyone who has ever lived with a mother/sister/auntie/girlfriend/wife/daughter will know that very few women really stand quietly in the background of life and I […]

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Guest Post: Anxiety & Me – From a Teenagers Perspective

Hello, everyone! I don’t have guest posts very often on here but today I have an amazing post from the ever so lovely Daizy. You all know I suffer with anxiety and have wrote a fair few posts about it. There will never, ever be enough awareness for mental health disorders because even now, in […]

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Guest Post: Five Favourite Underrated Disney Movies!

I was talking to my friend recently about Disney princesses and other females in Disney films, when I mentioned that Pocahontas, Mulan and Esmeralda were my favourites when I was little. ‘What?!’ she exclaimed, ‘Those are the worst ones!’ This got me thinking about Disney films which I love but don’t seem to have won […]

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