Get Yourself Back On Track For Good This Time

Hello Friends!

I know I’ve been away for well over half a year at this stage and at some point in the near future I intend to write a post on the reasons behind that but today is not that day. Instead, I’m going to address a topic that I know a lot of people (myself included) are struggling with right now, namely,  ~Getting back into it~.

It’ being the sort of lifestyle where I don’t view an entire tub of Ben & Jerries as a light snack and consider walking home instead of getting a lift a warrant to have an extra-large fries from Supermacs instead of a regular (Non-Ireland based readers – Supermacs is like McDonalds except for the part where it’s decent, you don’t know what you’re missing).

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10 Things You Can Do In Just 1 Day To Start Getting Your Life Together

Hi Everyone!

Today’s very lengthy post is going to be all about starting to get your life to resemble that of a person who has some modicum of their sh*t together. What this post is not is a list of things that involve:

  • Buying loads of expensive things
  • Putting in too much effort
  • Wearing anything other than pyjamas

That is right friends, you can do these 10 things in just one day with time to spare to brag about how productive you’ve been on any social media platform of your choosing and you don’t even have to wear pants. God bless internet shopping, what a good and gracious world we live in. Continue reading

Life Goals & Cinnamon Rolls – Two Things We Should All Aspire To Have.

Well here it is. The hardest blog post I’ll likely ever write because who really wants to write about themselves. However, after much deliberation with friends, the general consensus was that I really should have an introductory, ‘This is Me and I Have a Blog‘ post, rather than jumping straight into the helping people out stuff. So here it is. I mean most of this can be found on my About page but to get the ball rolling, I’m Ally and I’m here to use my experiences of being a bit incapable at times to help other people be not quite so incapable.  Continue reading