Small Changes…

Although I said I wouldn’t be creating a list of new years resolutions, there is a couple of small things I’d like to try to do this year. I won’t class them as resolutions as they will just be on going improvements. Anyway here goes…

  1. Wear heels more – as a small girl I will always need more height, and what better way to solve this than with fancy shoes or boots! Also they of course add to the sex appeal…not.
  2. Not be on my phone as much – in today’s world we as a whole are anti social or ‘zombie-like’ if you will. So I think this is a good way to begin reconnecting with the world again.
  3. Go out more – I’ve never really been a drinker, but I’ve come to the realisation that I’m only young once. Also as the years go on my body won’t react as well with alcohol as it does when your younger…or so I’ve heard.
  4. Sing – I love to sing! Let it be known not very well, but what’s that to stop me. Confidence can pull off anything. Well almost everything.
  5. Save money! – Travelling isn’t cheap, and seen as it’s one of the things I want to do this year…I really need to save money.
  6. Try and find the perfect foundation – this is a constant battle. I hate spending money on something that never matches. They either dry my face out or turn me into a Oompa Loompa and that’s just not a good look!
  7. Use my camera more! – I love taking photos, I even took the time to set up a Facebook page for it…but I just don’t take enough photos. So from now on I’m going to just go on random walks every so often, plus it means I get to see the hidden areas of lovely Yorkshire!
  8. Listen to more music – I like a bit of everything when it comes to music, but it’s quite rare I just put my iPod on anymore. To add to this I’m also going to try to keep up to date with new music because I always seem to be a hundred years behind everyone else and never know new bands names.
  9. Let go – I try not to do this a lot but there just certain things I can’t seem to let go of, so its time. As Elsa says “let it go”
  10. Don’t over think! – This is just a constant battle as a girl. For some reason we all just seem to have a tendency to think way to far into everything so this year, I’m going to aim to just roll with everything and not think as much…we’ll see how that pans out.

LETS DO IT!

10 songs I love…right now

Ok so I’m not always up to date with the charts, which leaves me behind on knowing which artists/songs are ‘cool’ but here’s a list of 10 songs which I like to jam out to if I’m alone in the house or driving around in my car…

  1. Shut up and Dance – Walk the moon. I have no idea how I’ve only recently discovered walk the moon. They are amazing! I must play this song at least ten times a day.
  2. Heal – Tom Odell. I’ve had Tom Odell’s album downloaded for a while but it’s only since I watched the film ‘If I stay’ that I rediscovered it and fell completely in love with it.
  3. King – Years and Years. Ugh I don’t even know where to begin with this, I just love it! Maybe because I feel I can relate to being tied down when you just want to run free haha.
  4. Where are you now – Justin Bieber ft. Skrillex. This is just such a catchy song, in a kind of annoying way…but it helps if you have a secret temporary crush on Justin Bieber.
  5. Trouble – Iggy Azalea ft. Jennifer Hudson. I just love the sass that the song has…and the rapping haha. Can’t say I don’t attempt to join in.
  6. Sugar – Maroon 5. Do I need more of a reason to like this song other than Adam Levine?
  7. The Nights – Avicii. Avicii is just an amazing artist, but this song has so much meaning behind it. Live a life you will remember.
  8. Gives you Hell – All American Rejects. An oldie but a goody. I always find myself going back for more.
  9. Now I’m on the outside – Ellie Golding. Again this song is relatable, but Ellie Golding is such a remarkable and powerful woman. Good meaning.
  10. Break Free – Ariana Grande. I think a lot of my song choices are pro women right now…maybe even feminist. Right now I want to focus on myself and this song sums it up really.

So that’s my top 10. I think summer is just a good time for good songs, but these will be in my playlist for a few more months…probably until I get sick of them.