A few months ago I started my new little pocket of the internet, Ella Scribbles. All my old content is there and there’s lots of new posts to check out too. Head over and have a look, you’ll make my … Continue reading I’ve moved!
This week has tested my sentimental tendencies to their very limits. For someone who hates goodbyes I’ve had to say far too many as I prepared to leave Uni for the summer. Hugging my friends and exchanging some kind words was moving at times … Continue reading In Defence of Sentimentality
We are officially in June so pinch, punch and all that. It’s the start of a new month so I feel it’s a good time to set a few new goals. As much as it’s important to fill this month … Continue reading June goals
On Monday, M and I arrived in London at 5pm and at the same time on Tuesday we were sat back on an identical coach, headed home to Exeter. 4 and a half hours on a coach weren’t what I’d … Continue reading 48 hours in London
Your school years. Acne and arguments about the opposite gender, sharing around gum, teasing, laughing, passing notes under the table. The time to learn and grow whilst having fun. But what happens when ‘The Best years of your life’ aren’t … Continue reading When ‘The best years of your life’ aren’t the best
I had the exciting opportunity to write a guest post for Kingdom Spark (who you should seriously check out, their vision is pretty inspiring). I decided to share a few thoughts on competition and insecurity when it comes to the … Continue reading Is this blog post good enough?
Prepare for some real talk here. (alternative intro: This time it’s personal). I was smart. Not overly smart, not notably, not award-winningly but smart. Above average in most subjects (apart from Maths- we don’t talk about Maths). I was … Continue reading You are not your grades
This months post for The Rising! As an English student I spend a lot of time reading because I have to. Over the Easter Break I’ve had some time to read for pleasure and being able to enjoy one … Continue reading 10 books that have changed my life
When it’s raining outside but I don’t have anywhere to go and can stay inside with a cup of tea and a book. Going on walks with my lovely M in the sun. These normally consist of photography, conversations about … Continue reading 10 simple things that make me happy
I’m three weeks into my four week Easter break and the suns shining, M and I are sat side by side editing photos from the last few weeks whilst still making our way through left over chocolates. I naively believed … Continue reading Easter break: Evidence of productivity