Sunday, 22 October 2017

man's not hot












I'm currently snowed under with history revision, trying to make notes on the whole of the AS british period study course within a week. I already know that this half-term holiday is going to be everything but a holiday with biology exams, HAT practice and Spanish speaking prep all looming at the back of my mind. So I thought I'd throw it back to the beginning of September, a much simpler time where the stress of university applications and exams was only just starting to build up. My cousins were here from Morocco and I decided to take them around the area that I know best. There was a mini rave at the scoop so of course we hung out there before stumbling home a few hours later. I tried to make the most of the last "warm" days in the UK by braving bare legs, despite the fact I was wearing a turtle neck and north face jacket...you need to know the balance (shoutout if you got that reference)

Even though this week off is going to be filled with school work catchup (and inevitable failure in productivity) I've already started it off with a high note, meeting my nearest and dearest friends on Friday, making more plans for the week, going to the 'soul of a nation' exhibition at the Tate and scoring the ultimate bargain of 8 M&S sweet potato falafels for £1.20. I'm FINALLY going to get my disposable camera photos developed and scanned which I'm so excited about because I've been waiting for months to see the results of my frenzied summer snaps and documentations of the lethargic summer to autumn transition.

Anyway, I'm about to go out to explore the Bank area right now!

6 comments:

  1. omg love this post! And enjoy the week off!! <3

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    1. ah gosh thank you, hopefully it'll be filled with falafels and productivity

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  2. I messed up getting my disposables printed- had to get them printed onto a CD which I'm then going to have to get printed somewhere else! My laziness costs me way too much money. Also I don't know the reference but I'm loving your outfit
    constantlylibby.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I paid £9 to get mine printed and I can scan things for free in my local library so I'll be doing that to save myself the extra £5. I found this photo processing lab AFTER I took and paid for my photos to be developed which sucks because they literally do it for £5 (here's the link if you care https://balcfilmlab.com/pricing/) but yaaaa- I can't wait to see your photos if you do upload them to you blog!

      and thank youuu <3

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  3. beaut photos, i love seeing London even if its only through photos!! wishing you loads of luck with your exams, I know you can smash it

    Tasha x
    lovefromtasha.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you Tasha <3 you must come and visit again this Christmas, London during that time is soo nice

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