5 Books To Read This Summer

It’s either because I’m feeling more educated than I am or because soon I’m moving house and can’t afford to pass the time shopping, that I’ve gotten into reading (a tiny bit) more. When I get to the end of my current read I have five to consider for the role of my next…

How To Go With the (Ebb and) Flow

Ebb and flow is defined as the recurrent pattern of decline and regrowth. Saying it like that does make it seem like we’re all taking steps backwards far too often, but I’ve come to understand that ebb and flow (much like the sunrise and sunset) is a natural part of life. We’ve…

The Colourful Trend of the Summer

If you ask me, colourful interiors absolutely rule the spring and summer months. This year more than ever am I seeing so many pops of colour cropping up. Embracing a range of hues and incorporating them into your home is trending like no other. Today I’m bringing you a post…

An Update Full of Scary (Grown-Up) Things

I’ve always resisted writing life update posts because they seem so in descript. Most people click through to my blog because I’ve written about something interesting, helpful or maybe a little controversial, and I’ll be honest my life so far isn’t close to any of those three things. *laugh/cry* However, here we are with…

The 21 Year Old and the Empty Brain

Today I’m taking a step away from the ye olde first-day-of-the-month positivity dance that most of us bloggers do (which is great unless you’re 1. not feeling very positive or 2. don’t feel like putting a face on and pretending). Instead of sharing how my April went in my usual format (if you…

5 Things That I’ve Learnt at 20

Birthday weeks are definitely weeks of reflection here on BKY. Whilst next week I’ll be looking forward and powering ahead toward my goals, this week I am dialling it back and really dissecting the last year (or the last 21 years) and reaffirming what I’ve learnt. I keep hearing that these years are…

Are You Living Up To Your Online Personality?

Can anyone admit that they’re not exactly the same person online and offline without being called a fraud or feeling as if they’ve misled others? There’s currently such a stigma about having an online personality that isn’t one hundred percent true to the version of you that sits on the sofa on a Sunday…