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THE ACCIDENT THAT CHANGED MY LIFE AT 19 YEARS OLD

When I was 18 I left home to go to university in Swansea. It was a very exciting time, and Swansea was the other side of the country, a good five hour drive from my home in Kent. I was going to study Primary Education, and it was going to be a massive adventure, and the start of my independence. By the end of the first year I had decided that Primary Education wasn't for me, and I wanted to pursue a more creative field. I transferred onto a foundation course in Photojournalism, that would lead to a degree in Graphic Design later down the road. I was due to start the course in September of 2007, but in August 2007 something happened that turned my life upside down.


PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POST CONTAINS PHOTOS OF A CAR ACCIDENT

Spend A Little Less, Live A Little More

We all have our little quirks when it comes to money and our home expenditure. Whether you’re a super-scrimper on expenses and spend more on the things you love, or you never seem to know where your money goes, you can make a huge difference to your home by balancing out your money a little bit better.





HONEST BABY CARDS AND STAIN REMOVER BY ACE

As a parent I am constantly reminded and aware of the various milestones that Elise should be reaching. Some she reaches early, some right on time and other she is yet to reach. It's always so exciting when she reaches a milestone, such as getting her first tooth, saying mummy for the first time and her latest one of being able to stand. However, sometimes the milestones aren't all nice...we've all witnessed the first poo explosion, and the sleepless nights. That's why ACE have created these honest baby cards. They celebrate, and laugh at, those times that aren't so sweet, and sometimes are messy and just a little bit disgusting. With their stain remover for colours and whites, you don't have to worry about your little one getting as messy as they like.

BOUT OF BOOKS 19

Lately I have found myself aimlessly browsing the internet in the evenings instead of doing something a bit more productive with my time. I used to love reading, and it used to take up quite a bit of my free time, but somewhere along the way I have stopped reading as much as I would like. I blame it on not having time, when really I have time in the evenings to spend reading, but I just sit down in front of the television or my laptop and waste the evening doing nothing. That's why I've decided to take part in Bout of Books 19. I'm hoping it will reignite my love for reading, and I'll also make some new friends to share my passion for reading with.