A Place To Escape | The G Edit

The last few months of my live have been very hectic! With blogging, work, friends and family… Not to mention the bridges life just puts in your way when you least expect it. But only recently have I felt like things are really working out and falling into place. 

I’ve had some exciting emails, met some amazing people and done some really cool shit recently and I’m excited for the rest of my time away from University before I go back in October. When I was studying, my life was piling on top of me and I felt like I had no time to breath but this summer is the break I really needed. I also made a pact with myself that I need to cram as much in as I can on my days off, and make the most of my free time. I am by far the type of person who can just sit and do nothing on my own, so being out, up and about is essential.

Planning is something I really like but don’t like at the same time. I love spontaneous outings and letting things come as they go, but I also love planning and having things to look forward to. This summer I really want to go to theme parks, long walks, cities I’ve never been too and more more more. My aim to fill this summer with memories and fun is a must! 

In terms of The G Edit, there will be plenty more exciting product reviews, interior inspiration and hopefully some more fashion staples along the way. But is there something you want to see? Let me know!

I know this post has no real point, but it’s just an update of whats’s going on and what I’m hoping to look forward to. Before I end this, I thought I’d throw in a few Instagram snaps from what I’ve being doing lately…

Flowers at the Yarm florist.

I bought a giant copper pineapple. I am in love.

All of the Jo Malone fragrances at their amazing York event.

I had a fantastic trip to the Malmaison Hotel in Newcastle.

More flowers from another Yarm florist.

I had some gorgeous afternoon tea for my friends birthday at 12 Harland Place.

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