A Mini Barcelona Guide

Hello hello hello!

It’s been a fair few months since i’ve written a blogpost and to be honest it’s been a mixture of lack of motivation and life stuff simply just getting in the way. But alas i am back in the blogging world with a brand spanking new post, yay!

So as the Autumn months seem to have crept up on us pretty damn fast, i thought it would be a good time to take you momentarily back to the Summer sun. I was lucky enough to jet off on holiday twice this summer- once in June to Ibiza and then again in July to the beautiful Barcelona. Since the latter is relatively fresh on the brain i thought it would be apt to write a post talking all things Barcelona. I wanted to combine my most recent photographs and experiences with ones i’ve taken/ had over the years of visiting this fabulous city, on the off chance that anybody was planning a visit and/or just generally wants some highlights of things to see and do. Brace yourself as i have a feeling this is going to be a fairly hefty post.

This time around was my third time visiting Barcelona and i can honestly say it’s definitely one of my favourite cities to holiday in. It’s always interesting when i tell people this, as a lot of people think that it’s just an inland built up city much like Madrid – but it is in fact on the coast with a huge beach that stretches for miles, a beautiful harbour (in which you will spot THE most incredible luxury yachts you ever did see – think Wolf Of Wall Street) And this incredible place has everything you expect from a city – beautiful architecture, huge buildings, shopping, restaurants, coffee houses and bars. But for me having the beach side to it, also makes it the perfect combination holiday!

Before we jump in to the post, i just want to make it clear that by no means am i an expert on Barcelona nor have i experienced everything there is to see but these are my personal condensed highlights, so i hope you enjoy reading!


Things to see and do

When it comes to sight seeing there really is something for everyone on every corner of Barcelona if you simply just look up from your phone and live in the moment. Pretty double standards of me i know given the amount of pics i took, but i did make a conscious effort to experience the city more visually this time around and really embrace everything that was happening or was there to see around me. From landmarks and insane peices of architecture , to simply wandering the streets and taking in the culture, for me Barcelona caters so well for all different types of people looking for different experiences from their holiday. So let’s jump in with some of my personal favourite things to see and do.

La Sagrada Familia/Casa Batló

These incredible buildings are arguably two of the most ‘must see’ sights in Barcelona. The Sagrada Familia is an insanely beautiful Roman Catholic Church which began it’s formation in 1882, and is still being built to this very day! It was designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí (you should 100% look him up as his work is amazing) and it’s probably one of the most breath taking things you’ll ever see. It’s simply impossible to capture the shear size and detail of it in a photograph as it is a definite must-see-in-real-life kinda thang. Another of his works is the Casa Batló which is thought to be one of his ‘masterpieces’ and really is something else, i mean just look at it! These are just two of his great works and are permanantly swarmed with tourists hoping to get that perfect shot. If you do get the chance to look in to Gaudí a little further you’ll see the amazing scale of works he has created, mainly in Barcelona and how incredible they really are.

Explore Montjüic

Looking at Gaudí’s work isn’t the only sightseeing to be done, you can also jump on a cable car and make your way up to the top of Montjüic mountain and find yourself able to take in the whole of Barcelona from up there which is super dreamy (wear trainers of some sort there is a lot of walking to be done up there). There’s a castle, lots of history to learn about and perfect spots to have a picnic!

La Ramblas and El Gothic Quarter

La Ramblas is the main street in the centre of Barcelona which branches off in to lots of smaller area – one of which is the the Gothic Quarter. This is an area filled with bars, eateries, shops, bakeries, architecture, hostels, Irish bars (yay) coffee houses and so much more. You can enter this area down any street off La Ramblas and will find yourself in awe wandering around discovering cool spots to eat and drink and to take those all important photographs. It really is the heart of Barcelona and a general area where most tourists hang out during their visit. There are some really cool Vintage shops and independant clothes shops in this area too which are always great to explore.

Camp Nou

The place all football fans are in their element – Camp Nou is the Barcelona FC Stadium and it really is something. Despite not personally being a football enthusiast i have to say this place is definitely worth visiting, as even i had fun wondering around looking at all of the history of the team through the years.

Arc De Triomf in Parc De La Ciutadella

This park is another beautiful spot to wonder around, take a picnic, lay and catch some sun or eat at the little cafe within. The Arc De Triomf is another landmark and is within the park – another great spot for photo opportunities!



Hire Bikes

I would say if you’re wanting to get the most out of your days when sightseeing a top tip is to definitely hire bikes! You for sure will see way more way quicker and your day is definitely more fun on two wheels! You can even hire segways or mopeds if you’re really wanting to be adventurous.

Relax On the Beach

An obvious to do on a beach on holiday, i know. But in Barcelona if you head to the supermarket by the beach you can pick up cans of beer for around 40 cents each!! And alos all the snacks you could possibly need for a day at the beach as well as water of course… gotta stay hydrated! Do not buy the ‘cocktails’ that people offer you on the beach i’ve read horror stories on where they get their ingredients, where they store it all and have witnessed some of them get arrested on the beach for selling these drinks along with massages and that kind of thang. Stay safe people!


Food And Drink

If sightseeing is not your thang or you’ve simply spent hours walking/cycling around then you may have food and drink on the brain (or if you’re like me then these two things are always on the brain) well i can certainly give you a few pointers of places i’ve dined at during my visits to Barcelona. On the day we arrived this time around it was late in the evening and after a super stressful day leading up to the arrival to the airport, the flight then being delayed and getting to the hotel later than planned, we were so bladdy hungry and so on the hunt for somewhere to eat pronto. We ditched our bags and wondered over to La Rambla and came across a bar/restaurant named ‘Schilling’ and oh my! If i can say anything about this place it’s that it made me feel as though i was in Sebastians jazz bar in the movie La La Land! The ambience was fantastic, there was live jazz band playing and the food and drink was superb. Exactly the kind of thing we needed after a stressful day. In true blogger failure style i forgot to get a photo but if you look it up you’ll hopefully get the feel of it. There were a couple of places we made bad decisions on so we wont talk about them, instead i’ll just highlight the goodies for you! The Bars and restaurants we visited in the evenings which were massive stand outs for me were Mikkeller, Two Scmucks, Betty Ford and The Aperol Spritz bar (yes you heard right!)


This craft beer place as well as being fantastic in booze also serve the most delicous food comprising of a combination of American and Spanish which i absoloutly loved. Mikkeller have spots all around the world and their menu has everything from Texas Ribs (which can i add were bloody ginormous) to fish tacos to veggie burgers to Sombrassada and brie sandwiches to chicken wings and the list goes on! Something else i also loved was that they have a snack menu which i thought was a great idea for those who just wanted to nibble at something while they drink there. One thing i can say about this bar is nothing is too much trouble and if you wanted to know information about any of the craft beers the staff were super keen and very informative.


Betty Ford

This is a cute little bar on a corner that we found by mistake, wandered in and was pleasantly suprised. It’s relaxed layout and chilled feel was a great setting to wind down in an evening and it’s offering of cheap fruit beer (which is my jam) also made it a stand out place for me! They also apparantly serve incredible burgers which i did not have the chance to sample this time around but it is definitely on my to do list for next time.

Two Schmucks

With Betty Ford literally next door the pair go pretty well hand in hand. There’s almost a communal feel with these two bars even though they stand as two seperate businesses.  Two Schmucks make the most insane cocktails and have walls covered in the most weird and wonderful things including the headshot of young Jim Carrey (love) One of the owners has described it as ‘A Five Star Dive Bar’ and i totally get where his head is at with this statement as it has that grunge sort of feel but is also relaxed and professional too. When i was researching more in to the bar i found the story of how it came about particularly heart warming. You can read up on it here if you fancy gaining some knowledge on the local scene. Unfortunately it was pretty dark and with only my iphone in hand the below picture is all i managed to capture (face palm)



Black Remedy

In terms of morning goodness for coffee and breakfast i’d highly recommed checking out Black Remedy. We found this place by chance as we were wandering around the Gothic Quarter and it was definitely a blummin happy find. I had their Eggs Benedict and it was (bold statement alert) the best i think i’ve ever tasted! They serve speciality coffee, breakfast/brunch/lunch food as well as cakes and sweet treats. The interior was delightful and the external walls were almost completely made up of windows which meant it was so bright and inviting.



Nomad Coffee

Another fab coffee house to check out would be Nomad Coffee if you love fabulous interior and delicious speciality coffee. Nomad is spread across three locatons within Barcelona – one spot is their roastery, one their ‘coffee lab and shop’ and the other their every day pick up a coffee spot. We headed to the latter and it was a relitively small spot but worked so perfectly. It can be found in ‘Ciutat Vella’ and the design of the shop combined with the delicious coffee worked so perfectly. I went for Iced Latte because dang it was hot out there and with almost black hair i be feeling the heat!

Nomad 2

Satans Coffee Corner

Finally if you fancy checking out another coffee spot then Satans Coffee Corner is definitely worth a trip to. This Aptly named spot, given the place it resides in being not so far from the Cathedral, is a cool and very on trend place to enjoy a relaxing coffee and spot of breakfast. I particularly like how they offer their menu to you and a check list, collect it then return it as your receipt. They also have two spots – once in Eixample and one in El Barri Gòtic. I personally have only visited the one in Barri Gotic as it is just off La Ramblas and has been the most convienient for us when visiting and have always enojoyed my experience there.


So there we have it a mini guide to Barcelona. What i love so much is that after three visits there is still so much left to see and do and i can’t wait for my next visit to this amazing city. I hope for anybody planning a trip here that you found this informative and if not then thanks for reading anyways!

Jade x

Come inside my dressing room

Hello hello hello!

Thanks a bunch for coming back or if you’re new over here then a bladdy warm welcome to you indeed! This morning i’ve been a busy bee and as i currently have a gardener at my house sorting out my super out of control and weed infested garden, i thought since i’m tied to the house for a little while, that i’d make a start on a new post to give you a little peep inside my brand new and almost finished dressing room!

For me a dressing room is something i’ve always wanted – a space for yourself where you can pamper your skin and get ready for whatever the day or night has in store for you. Now we’ve all see those celebs with their full on walk in wardrobes (i mean have you seen the Kardashians’ closets?!) and for most of us it’s not too realistic to have a fully fledged walk in wardrobe in our homes, and so a little dressing room space is a-okay with me!

I’m super lucky to have a tiny box room at the front of my house with the most amazing natural light, which makes for the perfect dressing room as all of us girls know that natural light is the best way to ensure even coverage and minimal makeup mishaps – amirite?! So with this in mind i thought about having all the walls white to emphasise the light even more, but i knew i would change my mind days or weeks down the line and regret not injecting that little splash of colour. And so in the end i went for this beautiful blush pink just on one wall and i mean how beautiful?! The colour is ‘Truffle Berry Cream by the paint brand ‘Valspar’ and i bought it from good old B&Q.

I also knew when designing this little space in my mind that i definitely wanted white furniture and some plants thrown in the mix! I’d searched far and wide for a dressing table and finally i found the one for me, surprisingly on Amazon, and it’s by the brand Songmics. I’m in love with it. I love the unusual shape of it and the fact that the mirror is round a-pose to oval or square as i’d seen on the million and one tables i looked at. Plants wise i picked these ones up at the garden centre – for no other reason than i just liked them!

When it came to storage I went with the trusty Ikea option – this chest of drawers is from the ‘Malm’ collection and i got it in matte white. For me it has the perfect amount of room for my electricals, makeup, hair and face products.

Sticking with the Ikea theme – of course no dressing room is complete without a clothes rail and for £14 this one is exactly what i needed. It’s actually super sturdy and much stronger than i thought so it’s a 5/5 from me for this one Ikea!

So there we have it – a peep inside my brand new dressing room and all i’m waiting on is some Artwork for the wall and a new chair as the dressing table came with a stool, and voilà a simple but perfect (in my opinion) take on how to turn a box room in to a perfect ‘get ready’ space.

Thanks as always for reading,

Jade x

Spring Self Doubting

Hey hey! Thanks for heading back / welcome if you’re brand new to my blog 🙂 After a couple of months of no blogposts and truthfully feeling a little bit lost, uncreative and seriously lacking in motivation, i’ve decided to finally put pen to paper or rather fingertips to keys, and write again.

Sometimes i think we get so bogged down with self doubt and having that overwhelming feeling of being unsure of what the heck we’re actually doing with our lives, that it really makes it hard to stay focused on anything, and even harder to find comfort in anything. And lately i’ve found that i’m constantly questioning if i’m where i should be at 26 years of age, and the comparisons that i and i’m sure most people make to those more ‘successful’ people, particularly those visible on social media, really do play a part in the way we end up feeling. Of course common sense tells us that every person is different, with a different set of circumstances, different lifestyles, a different path carved out, a different time frame for events in their lives and with ultimately a different end goal, but still somehow find ourselves questioning and doubting aspects of our lives and over thinking things that we shouldn’t.

It’s so easy to look at other people’s lives and compare yours to theirs and in turn we forget just how lucky we truly are. To even be alive and in good health is something to shout about in itself, right?! Everyday we wake up is another day we are lucky to be given and i truly believe in making the most of it. So i vow to myself that from the day this post goes live that i will turn each negative feeling in to a postive one and not dwell on the unknown. As Newt Scamander said ‘My philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice’ so with that in mind let’s be more thankful for what we have and spend less time worrying about what the future holds!



So with all of that said let’s turn this post on to something a little more positive shall we?! Like for instance how Spring has finally sprung and isn’t it just bloody glorious?! Okay so we’re not 100% there with the weather yet but we’re certainly well on the way. And with this change in season happening comes all of the beautiful Spring/Summer clothing too, yaaaas! I’ve been love love loving all of the beautiful new collections and pieces out there on the high street and online at the moment, and they are just screaming out for the sun to shine. I’ve got a bit of a thing for jumpsuits in the warmer months particularly and this little pinstriped, culotte style beauty was a steal from Primark! Yep Primark! It’s super lightweight and easy to chuck on with a pair of sandals or, as i opted for, a pair of white trainers for the clean crisp look.

Team it with a pair of fancy nancy retro shaped sunnies and you’re good to go!

So there we have it – a short but sweet 1st post back after what seems like forever. Thank you for sticking around till the end if you’re still reading and i’ll see you in my next post!

Jade x

A Personal Favourite Series To Watch Guide

’I hate binge watching series’ – said NOBODY EVER

Seriously hands up how many of you are guilty of accidentally (on purpose) finishing a whole series in a matter of weeks or sometimes even days (yep that’s me, oops!) So with this in mind –  i thought what better topic to write about than some of my favourite series to date, and hopefully i will be able to give anybody who may be endlessly searching Netflix or Sky a little bit of a helping hand.

I can honestly say when i fully immerse myself in to a great series there’s simply no stopping me! And even more so since we’ve been indoors a lot lately because of this horrible cold winter weather which clearly isn’t bladdy letting up! So whether it be a gripping, moving, emotional, thought provoking or just simply undeniably addictive journey you’re looking for, these series’ really know how to get the nation hook a ducked! So brace yourself for a lengthy post, grab a brew or a coffee and relax your little self whilst i waffle on about my love affairs with my favey things to watch!


So going back to my early teenage years i can remember the first epic journey i went on with a series and it was that of LOST. I bloody loved it. Back when Lost began airing it was a case of the family gathering on the sofa with snacks and a cuppa and watching it together which was just the best. It was the first time i experienced that utter need to watch the next episode, which of course was annoying because you had to wait a week inbetween for them to blummin air!

In short the plot is that of an aircraft which crashes on a deserted island and the survivors are faced with what appears at first glance to be a beautiful uninhabited place, but as we later find out, it is in fact filled with dark, weird and wonderful secrets. Each of the suvivors of course have their own stories to tell and reasons for why they were on the flight in the first place. As these stories unravel and tie together, and the plot deepens, you become seriously level 10 invested! LOST is one of those series that has a million twists, turns, utterly confusing moments and truly wonderful revelations. I would highly recommend giving it a try if you haven’t before, because as well as the truly loveable characters, it’s honestly created in a way that’s just as much frustrating as it is brilliant.


Another of my oldest and dearest love affairs with a series has to be with the one and only Prison Break. If you’ve never watched it before then i can only offer my sincere condolences as you really have been missing out! I’m a complete sucker for anything crime related and the journey you travel on with the characters in this series are second to none. You loathe some, you love some, you cringe, you cry and you definitely don’t know what mastermind plan Michael Schofield (the main man) has up his sleeve next! The plot in short without ruining it too much, is that of two brothers, one of which is incarcerated for a crime he may or may not have committed. The other brother commits a crime to simply enable him access in to the prison his brother is held in, in order to break him out. It truly is a rollercoaster of hightened emotion and stomach churning scenes. It originally finished airing in 2009 and then last year they hit us right in the face with series 5, which was an absoloute dream for me! I LOVE IT.


I must admit that i heard a lot of people moaning about how long both Prison Break and LOST went on for, and i think people just gave up and got frustrated with the length of the story lines, but for me they were truly brilliant and so worthwhile investing my time in!

Now it wouldn’t be a blogpost about a multitude of epic series’ if i wasn’t to say those two famous words now would it?! I’m talking about Breaking Bad of course! I think by now most people have taken the plunge and watched it, and more recently the spin off show called Better Call Saul (which i was very undewhelmed by tbh!)

So for anybody who’s been seriously living under a rock, Breaking bad is show based around the relationship of two characters who come together for their own needs, but end up having a real bond. Walter White is a chemistry teacher and Jesse Pinkman is the most loveable junkie you ever did meet. Together they turn an RV in to a meth lab and begin cooking and selling meth to make fast cash, inititally because Walter is in desperate need of money due to recent personal revelations. It truly is an addictive series and one you will never tire of watching and quoting. The characters are just fantastic, the detail and factual side are on point, and basically you will just fall in love with Jesse! I wish so much that i could wipe it from my brain and watch it all over again for the first time!

I have to say credit where credit is due because Netflix has seriously been blessing us lately with their original series section, and my recommendations from their collection would have to be:

  • Stranger things (of course!)
  • Manhunt – Unabomber
  • The OA
  • Making A Murderer
  • 1922
  • 13 Reasons Why
  • Black Mirror
  • Sense 8

When i look at the above list i realise that i do love a good weird and wonderful series. Netflix Originals have definitely pulled it out of the bag recently and those are the ones that i’ve watched that have really stood out for me in their own brilliant way. All of these series have concepts within that are super intriguing, and made me want to watch more, which i reckon is what you need in a good series, amiright?!

Other series i absoloutely bloody love are:

  • Suits
  • Power
  • Peaky Blinders
  • Pretty Little Liars
  • Gossip Girls
  • Vampire Diaries
  • The Originals
  • Fargo
  • Sherlock Holmes

This bunch are quite a bit different from each other, but they all give me exactly what i crave in a series, which is strong characters, plot twists, revelations and super intense scenes! To describe a couple;

Suits pulls you in because it’s written and performed in such a funny, witty and charming way, and characters are created just wonderfully.                                               Power just oozes high energy mayhem – the characters are caught up with drugs, gangs, money, guns and basically all of the highly illegal stuff. 50 cent produced it so you can only imagine!                                                                                                                               Pretty Little Liars is the ultimate mystery-teen-suspence-who done it kinda series. It has the most revelations i’ve ever known in a series. It’s truly addictive.

I just want to quickly mention the TV dramas that have stood out to me from over the past two years. Between the BBC and ITV these are some of my ultimate faves have been:

  • Thirteen
  • Marcella
  • Broadchurch
  • Little Boy Blue
  • The Moorside

I could go on forever and ever listing anything and everthing i’ve ever watched but everything i’ve mentioned i’ve been invested in fully and would 100% recommend watching. Of course, chosing a series to invest your time in is fully about your own taste and opinion and is completely subjective. I can only hope i’ve helped you along with those evenings where you waste endless amounts of time scrolling and choosing, when you could have been half way through an episode in that time!

If you do watch anything i’ve recommended i’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments, and of course i’m always up for being recommended something great to watch too!

Until next time,

Jade x

Suit up

Why hello there lovelies! If you’re a returning reader then welcome back and if you’re a new reader up in here then hiiii and thanks a bunch for heading over! (Wavey hand emoji)

So let’s get straight down to business and talk about something that came in to my life around a week ago now in the form of a DREAMY two piece grey crushed velvet suit. I simply had to feature it on here as it is utterly blog post worthy! I can honestly say i am a big fan of tailoring, co-ords and two pieces of different varieties. I find that there is something very sophisticated and empowering about a Woman wearing a two piece and i guess it’s because conventionally it’s a style originally only rocked by Men. Well i’m sorry but move over Gents because Women are upping their game right now and we are totally embracing everything which makes us feel utterly fabulous, which this suit certainly does for me!


Velvet Cigarette Trousers – boohoo // Velvet Blazer Boohoo // Black Block Heeled Boots Boohoo


Told you! Isn’t it just laaaavely! I must say i do have a couple of two pieces sitting in my wardrobe already but nothing that quite has that wow factor like this one gives! I think it’s such an interesting take on your usual ‘suit’ and it really gives off a total girl boss vibe! When it came to styling both of these pieces my creative juices were seriously flowing and i could honestly have gone on forever putting it together with most items out of my wardrobe! I decided to settle on the three simple ways to style it to show off the utter versatility of having any two piece in your collection. This is of course wearing the suit as a whole and then mixing and matching the items with other items you already have. When it came to wearing both items together i really wanted the suit to do the talking and so i simply teamed it with a basic black t-shirt and black boots, so as to be sure not to draw any attention away from the star of the show!


Star Print Embroided Mesh Buton Up Shirt Boohoo


Mixing and matching is key when owning a two piece and it also means you get ultimate wear out of both items (winner!) If you’re thinking of wearing statement pants such as these velvet ones in an evening,  i would say go all out and sass this more simple look up with a shirt like this beautiful star embroided one and some heels of your preference (with socks too if you wanna rock that look!) This is the perfect way to stay casual yet effortlessly put together and still oh so very bold!


Satin Cropped Button Up Shirt PrettyLittleThing



Sati Cropped Straight Legged Trousers Boohoo // Star Print Boots Primark (instore)


As with any simple outfit a statement boot or shoe like these star print beauties can really give it that extra bit of somethin’ somethin’, but with these two things combined you get double the wow as both pieces are ultimate statement goals!

Other ways to style the blazer for me would be with a pair of blue or black straight leg jeans with a basic tee, or with that ultimate statment skirt you have hiding away urging you to take it out of the wardrobe for the day! As for the trousers i would go for a shirt and leather jacket and baker boy hat or a basic tee and your most lavish of fur coats!

So there we have it, the dreamiest of dreamy suits in all it’s glory! If you do take the plunge with it do let me know in the comments i’d love to know how you have chosen to style it!

Tatty- bye for now!

Jade x

A Pop Of Colour


Hands up, i can definitely be a guilty party when it comes to accidentally (maybe on purpose) rocking those Wednesday Addams vibes with the blacks, whites and greys of the wardrobe, and whilst there is nothing at all wrong with that, i think we can all agree that a pop of colour never hurt anybody – am i right?

I also think colour is particularly welcomed at the moment with the January blues in full swing and the weather being nothing short of abysmal! 


Becoming more adventurous with colour, prints and textures is something which is creeping it’s way in to my life and i’m a-okay with that! I’ve been attempting to buy pieces that i love visually but would usually avoid taking the plunge with because i was worried above most things that people would give me that ‘what the actual hell is that’ look… you know the one! Or even just that i’d be worried about figuring out how to style it and what it would ‘go with’. I’ve since come to the conclusion that i don’t actually care anymore and to tie in my previous post – i’m confident enough to rock these peices safe in the knowledge that i like them and feel great in them and that’s all that really matters!


So I say let your colour juices flow when you’re next in purchase mode and buy that bright pink coat that’s screaming for your attention or that statement pair of boots just sitting on the shelf waiting for you to parade around in them. Be confident enough to not hide behind monochrome and the classic ‘black jeans and a jumper’ and challenge yourself to sass up your outfit choices with a few colours thrown in the mix!  

Until next time,

Jade x



Confidence Is Key

Confidence (dum dum dummm)

Something i know that all of us at some point experience various issues with on some end of the spectrum, and it’s definitely something that can affect us (if we let it) in so many areas of our lives.

It’s a funny ole thing really isn’t it? It can either get us down because we feel that we lack in it and thus prevent us from achieving our goals/ambitions or it can be mistaken for cockiness, ‘full of yourself’ and so taken as just plain annoyance. 


I’m learning to live life with a ‘just do it’ (no i’m not a walking nike advert)  attitude and act on something i want to do before i have time to talk myself out of it. This applies to all aspect in my life whether it be making a decision that could be risky/scary or buying/styling those items of clothing/ shoes that some people likely think are gross or ‘weird’ but i absolutely love (this happens a lot). It’s so important to have confidence in your decision making and if for any reason that decision doesn’t pay off – who even cares? You were confident enough to go through with it and that’s a good enough feeling!

So with all of that said –  i think it’s much more productive to take confidence in its rightful state, tackle it head on, and be safe in the knowledge that you can be confident in your decision making! Buy those gross but fabulous shoes and wear them with confidence, start up a new hobby you’ve been wanting to do for ages, tell someone how you feel and say what’s on your mind, be confident in your skin and your body nobody is perfect! And do all of these things with nothing but absolute 100% i’m ready for it confidence!

Until next time

Jade x