Hello, I’m Steph.
I’ve always been a blogger at heart but it all started when I was at Uni, on my humble Blogger site where I documented the highs and the lows of being a student and trying to work out what the hell I was going to do with my life.
Fast forward almost ten years (eek) and here I am, still blogging albeit on a new and, hopefully, much improved site with WordPress.
So who am I?
I’m in my mid-to-late twenties, work as a media relations manager (PR) and live on the south coast with my boyfriend in a Victorian house (which we’re currently renovating and blogging about on a separate site over here. Yes that means I write two blogs. Told you I was a blogger at heart…)
For quite a while, this site was a place for me to dive head first into the world of surfing, which I fell in love with a few years ago. Gradually, I started using it to rant about plastic pollution (long before Blue Planet 2 got involved) and shine a light on conservation and environmental issues that were close to my heart. Every time I went on holiday I then added a post about travelling, and so the site grew…
Last year, I finally took the plunge and quit my job in publishing. It was a tough decision but it meant ditching a four hour commute that had been grinding me down heart and soul – and so the ‘wellbeing’ category evolved. I suddenly had space to breathe, relax and reflect. But I missed being surrounded by books, so that category got added too.
Then we moved, leaving behind our seaside flat and embarking on a totally new adventure in our first house. And so, the home category was added (although posts will be focused on interior design only now that we’ve got a spangle new site to send you to instead.)
So that’s a brief summary of me, and a history of the blog in the nutshell.
I don’t claim to be an expert on any of the topics I write about – but I am honest. I’m just your average millenial trying to navigate through life. A woman who loves spending time by the sea, losing herself in a book, exploring new places, and speaking up for the natural world.
Oh and dogs. Can’t believe I didn’t mention dogs.
Or cats for that matter. I don’t buy the ‘you’re a cat OR dog person’ rubbish. I’ll happily have lots of either….
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Happy reading! x