I should technically be revising like crazy right now – I’m half an hour off leaving to go to my final ever university exam, but I just can’t bring myself to try and stuff anything more into my head. I think I’ve reached the end now and just need to relax before I leave for the exam. I’m confused because once it’s over, in less than 5 hours time, I will have finished my degree. Wow. So maybe I should be using this last half an hour to revise?! I just don’t want to stress myself out too much, don’t want to wear myself out.
I don’t really have much to say today, for once, I think I’m already worn down by the last 6 weeks, which have been pretty much the most stressful of my life – I’ll list it once last time for you: 5 essays, dissertation, 2 days of job interviews, day of observing lessons, funeral, wedding, after-wedding celebrations, 5 exams (15 hours in total). And everything somehow managed to clump itself together – for example, one weekend was pretty much half of my deadlines, wedding/preparation for wedding/after wedding party at my grandparents followed by 2 days of exams.
Tomorrow I’m attending a blog event in Newcastle for Newcastle Fashion Week hosted by Chamilia, so that’s very exciting. Then this weekend I’m moving out of my flat, back home again for summer.
Hair Clip: c/o Stone Bridge
Dress: c/o Vero Moda
This is a dress I’ve had for a little while now but not really worn because we didn’t have the right weather! Well, when it warmed up, it got too hot to wear it! I wore this a couple of days ago when it started to cool down slightly (now it’s cool again!). It’s a little big because it was a sample size medium and that was all they had, but I really love the print and when belted you can’t really tell it’s too big (apart from it falling down at the back but sshh haha!!).
I received this hair clip (along with some others) from Stone Bridge
to do some product demonstrations – as yet I haven’t had time to do them, but I decided to test this one out here – hold this space and you’ll see the rest soon!
Better get going to the exam then, next time I talk to you all, I’ll have finished my degree and my university career.