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| Casual Attire and Non-Casual Success | 20/01/17 |

Another week, another blog post from me to you. This week has been a busy one in terms of University, as I have been beginning new assignments and receiving feedback and grades from last term. So, to say the least I am very smugly sat here listening to Loyle Carner's new album, and reflecting on my grades from last term. By no means did I get A's all across the board, but I feel particularly content with the grades I was granted, because I feel as though I worked really hard on my assignments. I did feel stressed at times, and felt like the feeling of tension was never going to pass. However, I am definitely ready and motivated for a new term full of new assignments that I hope to work just as hard on. 

I am not the sharpest tool in the shed, but similarly I'm also not completely rubbish academically. I do work hard at everything I do, and unless I put in 110% effort, I feel as though I have not succeeded, regardless of the outcome. So as some advice to you all, I would highly recommend working hard towards your goals, no matter how small and inferior they may seem, because at the end of the day, I always feel assured that I have done my best and so consequently accept my successes and failures in my stride. 

I do not know who this cat belongs to, but it was adamant on getting in shot 90% of the time.

Today's outfit is a little bit casual, and is a pretty standard look for my every day attire. I have been loving reaching for jeans and a shirt a lot of the time recently, which can be portrayed in this post. As it has been ridiculously cold over the past few weeks, I have undoubtedly been layering up to keep warm, which I do love to do in the winter months.

| OUTFIT | Beanie: Monki | Checked Shirt: Noisy May | High Neck Knit Jumper: Soul Rebel | Oversized Tee: ASOS | Jeans: ASOS  | Trainers: Adidas Superstars | Socks: ASOS |

I can only hope that you have all had a great week, and have been pleased with your progress and achievements throughout the last seven days - and beginning of the new year. I will be seeing you all next week for another blog post, which should (fingers crossed) be with the images I have been collating on my new camera, so I am excited for you to let me know what you think. 

On a personal level, I have been having great fun with my Kodak disposable camera, capturing a few moments from my life, which I am incredibly excited to get developed, because I am fond of the unknowing picture quality and ambiguity of what you will be gifted with - most probably a selection of blurred images of random things I am confused as to why I deemed it picture-worthy.

Peace out x

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Shirt: ASOS
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Earrings: ASOS

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