Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The Luxurious Mother's Day Guide 2018

Hey guys!

It's almost time for Mother's day in the UK and this year I have decided to bring you a new kind of guide. If you want to go all out this year and treat your mum a little bit more than usual this mother's day then this might be the perfect guide for you. All women love to live the luxurious lifestyle and who would deserve it any more than your mum?!

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Don't worry this product will not empty your pockets! If you want to treat your mum the extra special way, then you should definitely try this unique traveler set  by Clive Christian. Clive Christian is a British luxury fragrance. It is as luxurious as you can get and this travelers set has 5 different fragrances in one set which guarantees that your mum will definitely find one she really likes. The fragrances are made with rare and raw ingredients which makes every penny worth it.
If the travel perfume set sounds like something your mum would enjoy you should get this Luxury Perfume Gift set.
Surprise her! 
 Luxurious doesn't always mean pricey! You could make a cute surprise for her. How about an elegant personalised bath robe for your mum. She deserves time for herself and just to take a day off. I found one on amazon here.
But here's the extra special twist! When she open it she will find a spa weekend ticket within the robe and to make it cuter add a little note telling her how much she deserves this weekend for herself.

Allow her to explore!

Mum's are always working on a schedule to provide for us but they really do deserve a few days off. A few days without having to worry about doing chores an paying bills. Usually, I am the one that is travelling the world and exploring this beautiful earth. This year I took a step back and realised I wouldn't be the person I am now, with all this wanderlust if it wasn't for my mum. She has brought me this far and that is why she deserves this way more than I do. Which is why I bought her an all inclusive flight ticket to Canada this year! She's also turning 50 this year so I scraped together all the cash I had to make this possible but it is totally worth it.
https://www.expedia.co.uk/ - Expedia is a great website to compare prices and find a package suitable for your mum!

I hope this guide helps you guys, until next time.


Wednesday, February 14, 2018

21st Birthday Outfit Details!

You wouldn't believe me if I said that I turned 21 last month and I'm only blogging about it now! I underestimated how difficult second year of my course is guys. Pushing to try get a first in my degree as well as striving to update my blogs and vlogs regularly whilst being the president of Kent Tamil Society are major goals that I really underestimated.

Oh Happy Valentines Day guys! Well guess what, I am so single that the first time after months I find time to open up my blog is on valentines. As any other place is currently occupied by couples and I am really avoiding everyone right now so the best place is my room.

The last time I was really feeling myself was on my 21st Birthday...oh god the more times I say it the more it is hitting me that I am that old. If someone asks me how old I am I somehow still say 18. Stuck in time.

I posted a few pictures of my 21st Birthday party on Instagram and you guys wanted to know where I got my outfit from so here's the details and a few pictures.

I would be lying if I said that Ariana Grande did not inspire my 21st Birthday Outfit! So thanks to Ariana's stylists for this inspo.

Bralet: Missguided
Skirt: Pretty Little Thing
Knee high heels: H&M - January sales are just beautiful!
Hair Extensions: Hair Rehab London - Human Hair - review coming up soon!

Mathu's beautiful and hot angels ♥

I'll be back soon with exciting news that I have to share!!

Till then....                                                                                                 Yours truly,


Thursday, January 4, 2018

How to set New Year's Resolutions that can be achieved! | 3 Simple Tips

Hey guys,

first of all I wish you a Happy New Year and I hope you have all been enjoying the festive days in the best way possible. If you have eaten too much and feel like it's time to change things in the new year, 
you have done Christmas just right. That's the point everyone gets to by the 31st December. Then the whole sensation of New Year's Resolutions begins. Some believe resolutions should not be set as it is setting thing you won't stick to anyways and way too unrealistic, others set them on a yearly basis but forget about them by the time it gets to summer.

There's one more type of people, people that set New Year's resolutions and actually achieve them. They are no different to you or me. They just know how to set them so that those New Year's Resolutions are attainable. Up until the age of 18 - I was never entirely successful at New Year's resolutions. Afterwards, I quickly learnt the trick and ever since - well the last 2 years - (I'm not that old yet!), I have been quite successful. 

This is the thought process that goes in for me personally and I see these habits within other individuals who set these goals as well.

Resolutions are AIMS for you overall GOALS or VISION.

First of all yes, there is a difference between aims and goals. Set yourself an overall goal or you may have a vision for the future in your head. Now aims are the stepping stones toward the goal or vision. New Year's Resolutions should be aims rather than goals. Time does not reset on NYE, you don't begin a new life just because the year you're in changed. It is not a time machine.

One of my goals is to TRAVEL the world as much as I can till the day I leave this earth.
See - I spoke in the present tense. It is a goal. It won't be completed just within a year.

Year 2017 - my new year's resolution was to travel within Europe
Completed - I traveled to 8 countries.

This was a smaller attainable, affordable, realistic aim that leads to my overall goal.
Now that I have completed this, my excitement will not stop me to go further.

This takes me to my new year's resolution for 2018.

Year 2018 - To save up and travel to destinations on another continent (preferably South East Asia)

It's not always good to be precise and specific. If they're too specific it makes it harder to successfully complete them. Don't set yourself up for disappointment. One thing about resolutions is that you want them to keep you going into the next year and encourage you to complete even more resolutions. 


"Year 2018 - To save up and travel to destinations on another continent (preferably South East Asia)"

I could've been more specific and said that my resolution is to travel to e.g. Sri Lanka, Thailand and Cambodia. However, being so specific would make me think on the more negative side of things. If I ended up going to Columbia instead of Cambodia I may have not quite exactly met my resolution.

Aims - Stepping stones remember? Only set aims that can be realistically achieved in the year. Especially if they're dependent on finances such as travel. BUT that does NOT mean give up on your goals. If the finances aren't there, find a way for them to be there! You're chasing your vision, goal and dream after all! That's the whole point of setting new year's resolutions.


I mentioned ...
 Year 2017 - my new year's resolution was to travel within Europe

But guess what my resolution was for 2016?
Year 2016 - To find jobs that will not only cover my living costs but allow me to travel on top

Initially, when I set this resolution I was looking for multiple jobs. I thought there was no way one job could cover my travel expenses.
I browsed every single job in London but nothing fitted around my busy university schedule. I didn't give up though, when I was back in Germany I thought - well Germany is within the EU and I can work here too. I grew up in Germany and my German was just as fluent. I took my chances and asked around for jobs in Germany and I was successful. I found a waitressing job and the higher German minimum vague as well as the tips really covers a lot of my travel expenses. Oh and by the way my first day did not go well at all! My first day at work - experience.
I stuck around and it's 2018 and I still work in the same place.

I am sorry this post turned out to be super long but if made it till the end then you are determined enough  and I am sure you will take my advice on board and will be successful this year. I wish you a happy and successful year.



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