Tips on Becoming an English Teacher

Last summer I made countless applications before I won, what I feel like was the best option available. Burgos was a big enough city, but small enough to not feel overwhelmed, it wasn't too touristy but I could get by on my basic knowledge of Spanish. Plus a bonus was that there were so many [...]

Budget Beauty Buys

Did ya like the alliteration? I haven't a degree in literature for nothing... Anyway my blog - which is an accurate representation of my mind: messy, all over the place, filled with mentions of tea - is not a blog for those interested in beauty blogging. Because truth be told, I'm kinda useless at that stuff. My [...]

Movie Quotes about Life

Sometimes you're watching a film, and a character says something that just sticks with you for a long time after the film has finished. I find this happens when films I love give a little wisdom about life - sometimes uplifting but other times humbling. So here are a few examples, the films are also [...]

Why Travelling is better for the soul than Tourism

  Travelling...tourism... each suggest two very different aspects of going on holiday, but can also be incredibly similar. What actually is the difference? Travellers make me think of backpackers with a checklist of countries in their mind, whereas tourists make me think of families on holiday. But the lines cross when you go on holiday with [...]

Two Countries, Two Lives

  Every country has its quirks, its benefits, and the little reasons that make living there quite peachy, even if you don't appreciate these qualities unless you're elsewhere. I won't say I'm missing England with incurable homesickness (no offence England but not at all), however there are some things I miss.   And of course, [...]