The bky. Newsletter *Giveaway CLOSED*

Well, well well, isn’t this exciting? If you’ve read the title of this blog post then you’ll know that this is where I announce that I’m starting up a lil’ newsletter (and hosting a sweet giveaway to celebrate). Before you start rolling your eyes and click off this blog post because ‘everyone…

Why I Stopped Recording My Life

This week my brother and I have been on a few walks. I don’t really love walking in the cold and drizzle, but to spend some extra time with my big bro and to get some fresh air isn’t a bad activity (I guess). Usually, when on a walk, I crack out my…

5 Steps Towards Your Best Year of Blogging

At the start of every new month, us bloggers get that thrill of having a fresh start and blank page to blog all over. A new year basically quadruples this feeling – so many possibilities, a passport for change since it’s the new year and everyone is changing something up, a very…

bky. in 2018

First of all, I’d like to get something out of the way. At no point in this blog post am I going to be saying “2018 is going to be my year”… well, apart from just saying it then. The reason why I’m not screaming this from the rooftops is for…

18 Low-Pressure Things to Do on New Year’s Day

When waking up on the first day of a new year, the pressure to start all of those new habits you were banging on about at last night’s NYE party feels painfully real. Talking about doing the thing is no longer good enough, it’s officially time to go and do the thing. That’s what we’re told…

7 Practical Things To-Do On A Long + Boring Train Journey

I’d like to start off by saying that those people who get shit done on train journeys are the absolute bane of my life. It’s bumpy, there are tonne of distractions and absolutely not enough room to crack out the laptop or unroll my A3 content calendar (well unless you’re…

On Embracing A Fresh Start *Before* The New Year Hits

December is great and all, but sometimes it’s hard not to feel the weight of the year on our shoulders. Traditionally the festive season is the big party blow-out to celebrate a year of hard work – at least that’s what it feels like… but what if we want that clean slate…