The English Everygirl

Beauty, Minimalism

PROJECT PAN 2019: EMPTIES #1

PROJECT PAN 2019: EMPTIES #1   2019 is the year of minimalism for me. I have collated so much stuff over the past 18 months and it’s about time I started using them. I had a huge sort out after Christmas as my friend’s workplace were collecting beauty products for a women’s charity and I donated a huuuuuge bag full of stuff. However, I still have so many drawers stuffed with products. The rule was to not buy any beauty products unless I’d ran out of something. I  ...

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Travel

72 HOURS IN LONDON

72 HOURS IN LONDON   London, I love you. If it didn’t cost so much to see you, I’d visit you more. There’s just something just magical about the capital, especially when you don’t get to go very often. Although I was there in December, I was only there for the day. In fact, I’ve not been on a proper visit since September 2015 before I started my journalism qualifications. That’s too bloody long! My plan was to go once a year but I never had any  ...

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Travel

UK TRAVEL: WHY I LOVE IT

WHY I LOVE UK TRAVEL   I’ve not been abroad since I was 13, 13 years ago in fact. My parents don’t even have passports and mine is very out of date. No, I’m not scared of flying but I don’t particularly have a desire to travel and see the world right now. It’s just not something I see myself doing for the time being but it doesn’t mean I don’t like to travel. I just prefer travelling in the UK. Taking a break somewhere doesn’t have to be  ...

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Lifestyle

GOODBYE FEBRUARY, HELLO MARCH

GOODBYE FEBRUARY, HELLO MARCH Last month, I decided it was a good idea to reflect on the previous month and it was really fun to pull everything together all in one post. If January was the longest month ever, February was definitely the shortest. I mean I know it is anyway, but it literally flew by! It seems I spent even more time watching boxsets but I also had a productive month. I’ve applied for a bunch of freelance roles, I’ve got my blog content planned for the next few  ...

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Minimalism

MINIMALISM IN 2019

MINIMALISM IN 2019 I’ve been decluttering items left, right and centre for the past few months and have been on the Marie Kondo train for a couple of years now. It all started when I grabbed her book and I really gravitated towards her philosophy of only owning what you love. I know this doesn’t work in all aspects (nobody loves a kitchen utensil or tool but they have a use) but by only keeping what you love, you’ll use it more. Minimalism isn’t always about decluttering but for me,  ...

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