How I See Myself In 10 Years Time?

Good Morning World!

Predicting the future: as much as we’d all like to be able to do it, its always going to be a mystery. Its out of our control and no matter how hard we try and control the variables we will never be able to. I thought this would be a fun blog post to write, and a good thing to look back on in 10 years, and see if any part of my predictions come true.


10 years from now I will be 28 years old. I will have finished university and have a degree in Psychology, hopefully a first but a 2:1 or 2:2 is probably more realistic. I want to have a stable career as a teacher, either primary or secondary; or have some sort of psychology related job like maybe a therapist or clinical psychologist working in a hospital, and no matter how old I get I don’t want to dismiss my greatest career goal of helping people first hand. Whether that be helping them get an education and raising our future or helping people in a difficult situation in a more hospital or professional setting.

In 10 years from now, I want to own my own house. I know for my generation this may be a far off dream, and we may never be able to afford a mortgage but no matter what the government say this will never stop being what I want. Being a homeowner is one of my greatest goals in life, it means taking control of your own life and becoming financially independent.

Personally in 10 years time, I want to be in a committed and loving relationship with the person I’m going to marry. I want to either be engaged or about to be, I want to have achieved every other goal before starting a family or being married. I want to be in an secure economical situation which enables me to be able to afford to have my dream wedding before anything happens.

In 10 years time I want to have at least done a little bit of travelling. I know I am a very nervous person when it comes to going to new places, but I want to have seen and experienced this world and all it has to offer.

I guess you could say that what I want for myself in 10 years time is rather traditional, as I want to own a house, be in a relationship, have a good job and be financially independent. You could say I’m playing it safe, and I guess I am; but that is how I want my life to be when I’m 28. I want to have figured everything out, and I know this is a big this for a 28 year old but this is something I want to achieve.

how do you see yourself in 10 years?

Love Georgina xxx


Welcome Spring!

Good Morning World!


Yesterday, so I’ve been told was officially the first day of spring!

Here are a few of my favourite things about this beautiful season!

  • Daffodils
  • Easter
  • The smell of freshly cut grass.
  • Pastels
  • Skirts
  • Picnics
  • Colours
  • Flowers in general
  • Light mornings
  • Light evenings
  • Baby lambs and chicks
  • Sunglasses
  • Eating outside
  • Walks
  • Spring cleaning
  • The smell of fresh air
  • Reading in the garden
  • The time spent outside
  • Short sleeves
  • Photography
  • Fashion
  • Flower crowns

What are some of the things that you love about Spring?

Love Georgina xx

Sunday Chatter| Boys, Birthdays and Banter

Good Morning World!

I am currently snuggled up in bed with my pyjamas on and a hot chocolate. I thought this would be a nice chance for me to tell you all about my rather successful week. 😉


Firstly, I have a rather important set of birthdays coming up in the next two months, and when I say large I only mean two people but they are rather important people. The first one is my mums, and as she gave me life all those years ago I feel obliged to get her something with at least a little significance. The second is my boyfriends, and because he did something so special for me on my birthday I know I have to live up to the same standards, as taking me to my favourite west end show after only mentioning it to him once when we first started going out about me longing to see it again, the getting seats so close I could touch the actors. Plus going to 3 different Pandora stores to find me the right necklace. I feel I have some living up to do.

Monday, my best friend Charlotte and I went to Bicester Village on a shopping trip and I ended up spending more than I should on both birthdays. For my mother I bought a brand new kitchen set from Cath Kidston, including mugs, a plate set and some bowls etc, which I know that she’ll adore as we live in a Cottage and collects anything Cath Kidston. Then for my boyfriend I got the idea to buy him tickets to see his favourite Artist, Twenty One Pilots as they are touring in the UK, which was perfect. These ended up being massively more pricey than anticipated with the added £100 booking fee which wasn’t mentioned until my card details were added! But hey I’m over it! The only thing I am then worried about is that he bought me a gift on top of the ‘event’.

Secondly, I had my first double date experience on Wednesday, which dare I say was long over due. One of my best friends Chloe, my boyfriend and hers which are also very close friends went to our local ‘Arcade’ place which has a bowling ally, bar and a million arcade games. This was a whole other world for me as bowling isn’t my strong point. The first game, I ended up coming last with 85 points, then the second game I was bumped up to 3rd and beat my previous score and got 86 points (a massive improvement if you ask me). Although the night started off at a disappointing start for me, I ended up redeeming myself at air hockey and Mario Kart, and if you ask me those things are more important!

Thirdly, and here comes the most exciting news… (for me anyway)!! I have finally gotten the hang of my car. For those of you who don’t know, I passed my driving test and am a proud owner of a little car named Joey. But for the past 3 weeks Joey hasn’t been the kindest to me (I cant get use to the bite). But I have finally found a breakthrough!!

How was your week?

Georgina xx


Urban Painters Shirt

Good Morning World!

As we move into spring my wardrobe begins to adopt more floral and colourful pieces. So while I was on my “holiday” from work I took full advantage and went a little overboard with the shopping. Recently I have been loving Zara, and this isn’t a shop that I would usually touch but I have been wearing more shirts now that the weather is getting warmer and because of this Zara is a go-to shop.


I bought this shirt for £25.99. It is very different from my usual style but it was worth the purchase as its a easy shirt to pull off without having to put too much effort into a look. I was drawn to this shirt because of the subtle coloured detailing on the front which reminds me of a painters shirt, and the contrasting striped sleeves which made it different from anything else in my wardrobe.


I paired with a simple pair of blue jeans and some plain trainers. This created an effortless urban look, which is easy to recreate. The jeans pictures are Topshop’s Jamie Jeans which I believe were around the £30 mark. I always buy my jeans from Topshop because they have a certain fit that no other high street store can match, and they do it at such a great price. My trainers are from New Look for only £19.99, which to tell a secret, I wasn’t planning on wearing when we took these pictures but I had bought them that day and felt like they went with my outfit more than my other ones.

Please enjoy my cheeky extra picture for your own viewing pleasure!


Love Georgina xx

I Passed my Driving Test!

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So this post is rather long overdue as I passed my driving test over a month ago and this post has literally been sat in my drafts box since that time. But here it is…

So on the 6th December 2016 I passed my driving test first time with 4 minors! Which to me is a big achievement as I have always been a nervous and anxious driver.

The moment I drove back into the test centre I was overcome with relief as not only did the 40 minutes go super quickly (as I’m use to a hour and a half driving lesson) but I didn’t in my self feel like I did anything majorly wrong; which is usually the case as I do things wrong a lot. Haha!

Before taking my test I had a driving lesson before which resulted in me having a mental breakdown at the side of the road and my driving instructor wiping the tears off my face and encouraging me to actually take my test which I was refusing to do. I think its safe to say I don’t handle stress in the best light, but I am glad this happened and that I got all/most of the nerves out of the way before the big event.



Passing my driving test was a serious milestone for me. It gives me a sense of freedom and independence, and I am now able to travel wherever I want. It was never something that came naturally to me and was something I struggled with for over a year, but like all things with great determination you can do anything.

What is your test story?

Georgina xx