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I'm Back... and Officially a Bachelor of Arts!

Sorry for my lack of posts over the last few months, its been very busy what with my holiday, graduating, family visits and moving house, not to mention my very temperamental internet that only decides to work properly once in a blue moon! But I'm back! My internet is more stable too yay!

Anyway! I did promise you holiday snaps, however you'll have to wait a little while longer for them as my other half is still scanning them in and editing the others, but I promise I will have them soon!

For now though, you can see my graduation, I'm now officially a Bachelor of Arts, my full degree title is BA Hons in Fashion and Textile Design with Enterprise, its all very exciting and its finally sunk in that I'm no longer a student, which I'm actually excited about where as before I was just scared! Here are some photographs from my special day...

My Boyfriend

The Parents

My most attractive face! I wasn't impressed

"If I smile for the photo will you hurry up and stop?"

Definitely felt a bit like something out of Harry Potter!


I also have some very exciting family news, which I will be sharing in the next few days :). Also stay tuned as I'm writing up a tutorial on how to do your creative CV, I've been revamping mine for various jobs so I thought I'd share my knowledge with you on the dos and don'ts, I may also include an example cover letter as well, we'll see!

Anyway that's all for now, but I can assure you I will be posting regularly again!



  1. Excellent, well done! You look so beautiful!

  2. Congratulations! Everyone looks so happy in those photos too, its lovely : )

    1. Thank you Kristen, it was a really lovely day :) xxx

  3. Hey lovely just to let ya know, I nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check it out! xxx

    1. Thank you so much Daria, thats really lovely of you I'll check it out :) xxx

  4. well done :) I'm in my 2nd year at ports studying fashion aswell :) do you have any tips on how to get through it all? haha xx

    1. Hey Zoe, thanks :), haha how did you find me? I've just posted something I've been meaning to post for a while, hopefully you find it helpful :) xx


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