Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Top 3 Travel Bucket List | Competition

I am suffering from severe wanderlust at the moment, and I won't be able to satisfy that until the end of August - gah. 

I love, love, love travelling, but I haven't had the opportunity to do much exploring yet. So I thought I would share with you my top 3 places I would like to visit and explore!

1. Tokyo, Japan
Everything about Tokyo entices me. I love Japanese culture, and I am a big fan of Anime. I've watched so many vlogs on YouTube where people visit Tokyo, and I am dying to go. I want to see the differences in cultures, experience some of the crazy attractions, taste the food, and visit the Ghibli museum. I will go there in the next few years.

2. South Africa
I've always wanted to visit anywhere in South Africa, but Ben Brown on YouTube is really fuelling this. I really want to visit Cape Town - it has amazing beaches, and loads of really good coffee shops by the looks of things. But I also want to see all the wildlife, and visit Kruger National Park. Going on safari is on my lifetime bucket list, so I really want to tick that off. I also would loooove to visit the Cango Caves, where you can do an adventure tour!

3. Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Siem Reap is home to the ruins of the Angkor temples, which literally scream exploration. It also is so close to the main parts of Cambodia which are the best places to go travelling. Typical backpacking destination, but it looks incredible!

Do you want to go travelling? Or maybe you have a bad case of wanderlust just like me.

Well I may have the answer for you....you can enter this competition by Transun to win a trip for you and one person to see the Northern Lights. 

All you have to do is write your top 3 places you want to visit and tweet them @Transun with #TransunLights to be in with a chance of winning this amazing trip!


Tuesday, April 07, 2015


Well, it has been a while. 

Where have I been?

Writing a freaking dissertation. 

There are not enough words in any dictionary to express how much writing my dissertation has stressed me out and make me hate words. Actual words. Especially "euthanasia", "death" and "treatment" - as you can tell, I am writing an extremely uplifting essay...

As I sit here tapping away on my keyboard, the sun is shining, birds are singing, and it's warm. 

Yet here I am. 

Tucked away in my room doing this freaking dissertation and munching away through an entire punnet of red grapes and listening to Disney World park music, pining for the next 132 days to go quickly. 

Thrilling, eh? As is final year life. 

Considering I have typed 11,000 words - and done some nerve damage to my elbow in the process - I am feeling more stressed than I did about 6 months ago when I first put pen to paper to plan this bloody thing. 

This dissertation (or dissy for short, said preferably with a slightly unimpressed tone of voice) is restricting my (totally non-existent) social life, critical EastEnders viewing time, and most importantly...food time, which now often occurs after midnight.

All I want is a few days to play Sims, where dissertations do not exist (yippee!) and eat cheeseburgers without getting fat. Is that too much to ask?

I actually just purchased a stress therapy colouring book and a set of colouring pencils. Don't judge me. I am in no way artistic, and I can barely draw a straight line with a ruler, but colouring is just so therapeutic for me. So I have that to look forward to. Yay, procrastination!

I keep thinking that I see the light at the end of the tunnel with a huge Domino's pizza, an even bigger Ed's chocolate milkshake, and a lot of Netflix

Then something bonks me on the back of the head, sending my hurtling head first back to reality and I realise it is in no way over.

May 21st cannot come soon enough; no more dissertation, no more placement, and no more law exams. 

As soon as I come out of that exam I am getting in to bed and only moving to pee. 

Maybe once everything is over I can post some things about how to succeed at university. Maybe I will actually get my mind together and work on the USG. If you don't know what that is then you'll just have to keep coming back until you find out. 

As much as I adore you all, I am completely procrastinating now and should be getting back to my dissertation. 

If you have any tips to help me unwind, or ideas of things to do when university is over post them in the comments below!