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Happy Easter everyone! Hope you've all had a beautiful weekend in the sunshine and been eating ALL the chocolate. As I'm typing this I feel so full of chocolate too but I've also just got back from an evening trip to the beach. My sister snapped some shots of my outfit so I thought I'd upload them over here. The outfit deets will be below. 
I love a maxi skirt and t-shirt combo, perfect for this spring weather! I went casual with a pair of trainers as I was wearing a t-shirt but as you may have seen from last Summer, I wore a cami top and sandals with it. It is so versatile! 




Slogan tee- Topshop
Maxi skirt- H&M
Leather jacket- Topshop
Necklace- River Island
Bracelet- River Island
Sunglasses- H&M
Trainers- Adidas (white superstars)




Bethan xx

Beach Maxi Skirt Chic

21 April 2019



Happy Easter everyone! Hope you've all had a beautiful weekend in the sunshine and been eating ALL the chocolate. As I'm typing this I feel so full of chocolate too but I've also just got back from an evening trip to the beach. My sister snapped some shots of my outfit so I thought I'd upload them over here. The outfit deets will be below. 
I love a maxi skirt and t-shirt combo, perfect for this spring weather! I went casual with a pair of trainers as I was wearing a t-shirt but as you may have seen from last Summer, I wore a cami top and sandals with it. It is so versatile! 




Slogan tee- Topshop
Maxi skirt- H&M
Leather jacket- Topshop
Necklace- River Island
Bracelet- River Island
Sunglasses- H&M
Trainers- Adidas (white superstars)




Bethan xx
Last week I posted an insta story asking for questions for me and my sisters to answer, thank you to everyone that sent one in! We have had such fun answering them so I hope you all enjoy this one, it's certainly one of my favourites.

If you don't follow me on Instagram (or have been living under a rock haha) I have two sisters, Megan who is 21 and Bronwen is nearly 19. This is their first (and hopefully not the last) appearance on here and it has been in the works for a long time. 


What's your favourite thing about each other?
Megan: It's hard to pick one thing! One of my favourite things about Bethan is her ability to be herself and not care about what other people think. She knows who she is and what she wants. I think it's so cool to be able to have that sense of self already. One of my favourite things about Bronwen is her strong sense of morals. She sticks up for what she believes in and doesn't follow the crowd. 
Bronwen: I've always admired Bethan's dedication. She continually puts 100% into everything she does, from a photography photoshoot to a rendition of Whitney Houston's 'I will always love you' (Hit them high notes sistaaa). Megan has a high sense of adventure which I love about her because we can find excitement and joy in the smallest of things. She will also always inspire me to push myself and break out of my comfort zone. 
Bethan: As I'm the youngest, I have always looked up to Meg and Bron. They have shown me the way and always have the best advice whenever I need it. They both can make me laugh until my sides hurt and I can always count on them to be my dance and duet partners(lol), and yes I do love my Whitney Houston! Megan will always inspire me to give my all in anything I do. I am always in awe of how hard working Bronwen is, she is definitely an example of hard work pays off. I love that we can be our weird selves without caring! I'm so lucky to be able to call my sisters, my best friends too. 

Favourite memory together?
Megan: We are so lucky as we have made so many amazing ones! I think one of my favourites is dancing to ABBA on the beach in Portugal. I always look back at the videos from that night as it was so fun, we all look so happy.
Bronwen: Any snow day we've shared together. Last year was particularly fun as we would venture out in the cold together to get bread and soup! I want to also include our holiday to Lapland (pretty sure this is allowed) with our family as we have so many incredible memories from there.
Bethan: I was going to say the same as Megan, I do the same and look back at the videos too. It really felt like real life Mamma Mia! I love to be spontaneous and the little things we do together like days out will always be up there as a favourite e.g beach days or our day in Brighton back in 2017. We have honestly just had the best time thinking of these answers!

Future plans together? 
Megan: We are going back to Portugal in Summer so hopefully we'll have more dancing on the beach to ABBA, haha! It would be really cool to travel somewhere together, I reckon we will do that at some point. 
Bronwen: We would all love to go back to the Harry Potter studio tour as it has changed so much since we last went there! Gringotts looks insane. (Megan has just put on Harry Potter whilst I'm typing this...) Brighton is another place we have been before but really want to go again soon.
Bethan: Writing last is so difficult haha as I can't think of anything different. Going travelling together is something I would LOVE to do.

Best and hardest thing about uni?
Megan: I love performing and creating theatre, uni has allowed me to dedicate so much of my time to doing that. I love living with my friends and sharing experiences with them. Being away from home and my family has been the hardest thing. Also having to take care of myself! I hate deciding what to cook for dinner especially when you realise there's hardly any food in the fridge haha. 

Where do you want to be in five years time? 
Megan: I would love to be in a job that I really enjoy doing. I'd hope that I was still acting/performing and feeling creatively fulfilled. Just generally feeling happy and sharing experiences with good people. 
Bronwen: I'm really not sure where I'll be in 5 years time. Similarly to Megan, I hope I am in a place that is happy. 'On holiday' does sound really nice though...
Bethan: I would love to think I'll still be blogging and hopefully ventured into the world of fashion, maybe doing a degree even though I'm not keen on uni at the moment. I really hope that I have got good grades in my GCSE's and A-levels too! Basically living my best life surrounded by my favourite people.

Scariest experience together? 
Megan: When our dad drove us all up the Hardknott pass in the Lake District and we all thought we were going to die haha. The inclines were ridiculous and we were on the edge of falling! 
Bronwen: At first I couldn't think of anything apart from what Megan has already said which I definitely agree was VERY scary! Then I remembered how loudly I screamed when we went on a ride called Tropical Cyclone at Center Parcs, I guess we'll go with that one then.
Bethan: Omg I don't think I've ever sweat so much (ew), completely agree with Megan! However, I also hate rollercoasters so you can imagine how terrified I was when we went on Vampire at Chessington World of Adventures. Meg and Bron loved it though, little weirdos haha.



Love, 
Bethan, Megan and Bronwen xx

Sister Q&A | Find out more about us!

15 April 2019

Last week I posted an insta story asking for questions for me and my sisters to answer, thank you to everyone that sent one in! We have had such fun answering them so I hope you all enjoy this one, it's certainly one of my favourites.

If you don't follow me on Instagram (or have been living under a rock haha) I have two sisters, Megan who is 21 and Bronwen is nearly 19. This is their first (and hopefully not the last) appearance on here and it has been in the works for a long time. 


What's your favourite thing about each other?
Megan: It's hard to pick one thing! One of my favourite things about Bethan is her ability to be herself and not care about what other people think. She knows who she is and what she wants. I think it's so cool to be able to have that sense of self already. One of my favourite things about Bronwen is her strong sense of morals. She sticks up for what she believes in and doesn't follow the crowd. 
Bronwen: I've always admired Bethan's dedication. She continually puts 100% into everything she does, from a photography photoshoot to a rendition of Whitney Houston's 'I will always love you' (Hit them high notes sistaaa). Megan has a high sense of adventure which I love about her because we can find excitement and joy in the smallest of things. She will also always inspire me to push myself and break out of my comfort zone. 
Bethan: As I'm the youngest, I have always looked up to Meg and Bron. They have shown me the way and always have the best advice whenever I need it. They both can make me laugh until my sides hurt and I can always count on them to be my dance and duet partners(lol), and yes I do love my Whitney Houston! Megan will always inspire me to give my all in anything I do. I am always in awe of how hard working Bronwen is, she is definitely an example of hard work pays off. I love that we can be our weird selves without caring! I'm so lucky to be able to call my sisters, my best friends too. 

Favourite memory together?
Megan: We are so lucky as we have made so many amazing ones! I think one of my favourites is dancing to ABBA on the beach in Portugal. I always look back at the videos from that night as it was so fun, we all look so happy.
Bronwen: Any snow day we've shared together. Last year was particularly fun as we would venture out in the cold together to get bread and soup! I want to also include our holiday to Lapland (pretty sure this is allowed) with our family as we have so many incredible memories from there.
Bethan: I was going to say the same as Megan, I do the same and look back at the videos too. It really felt like real life Mamma Mia! I love to be spontaneous and the little things we do together like days out will always be up there as a favourite e.g beach days or our day in Brighton back in 2017. We have honestly just had the best time thinking of these answers!

Future plans together? 
Megan: We are going back to Portugal in Summer so hopefully we'll have more dancing on the beach to ABBA, haha! It would be really cool to travel somewhere together, I reckon we will do that at some point. 
Bronwen: We would all love to go back to the Harry Potter studio tour as it has changed so much since we last went there! Gringotts looks insane. (Megan has just put on Harry Potter whilst I'm typing this...) Brighton is another place we have been before but really want to go again soon.
Bethan: Writing last is so difficult haha as I can't think of anything different. Going travelling together is something I would LOVE to do.

Best and hardest thing about uni?
Megan: I love performing and creating theatre, uni has allowed me to dedicate so much of my time to doing that. I love living with my friends and sharing experiences with them. Being away from home and my family has been the hardest thing. Also having to take care of myself! I hate deciding what to cook for dinner especially when you realise there's hardly any food in the fridge haha. 

Where do you want to be in five years time? 
Megan: I would love to be in a job that I really enjoy doing. I'd hope that I was still acting/performing and feeling creatively fulfilled. Just generally feeling happy and sharing experiences with good people. 
Bronwen: I'm really not sure where I'll be in 5 years time. Similarly to Megan, I hope I am in a place that is happy. 'On holiday' does sound really nice though...
Bethan: I would love to think I'll still be blogging and hopefully ventured into the world of fashion, maybe doing a degree even though I'm not keen on uni at the moment. I really hope that I have got good grades in my GCSE's and A-levels too! Basically living my best life surrounded by my favourite people.

Scariest experience together? 
Megan: When our dad drove us all up the Hardknott pass in the Lake District and we all thought we were going to die haha. The inclines were ridiculous and we were on the edge of falling! 
Bronwen: At first I couldn't think of anything apart from what Megan has already said which I definitely agree was VERY scary! Then I remembered how loudly I screamed when we went on a ride called Tropical Cyclone at Center Parcs, I guess we'll go with that one then.
Bethan: Omg I don't think I've ever sweat so much (ew), completely agree with Megan! However, I also hate rollercoasters so you can imagine how terrified I was when we went on Vampire at Chessington World of Adventures. Meg and Bron loved it though, little weirdos haha.



Love, 
Bethan, Megan and Bronwen xx
Hi! How are you? 

This is my second time blogging this month, crazy but also an accurate representation of how March has been for me and blogging has had to take a back seat (sadly!). So glad to be back at my desk writing away for you all.
I thought as I have been quite MIA recently, today's post would be a bit like a catch up on what I've been up to. 


I wasn't active on socials early march as I was ill with a cough and a cold which is not like me at all!

However on Wednesday 13th March (I wasn't that ill at this point, thank god!), me and my sister went to see Here Come The Girls starring strictly professionals Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden and former strictly professional, Chloe Hewitt. The whole experience was incredible, it really was a beautiful show. It felt so surreal to see them all dance in real life especially as we were so close to the stage. 
We were so inspired by their stories of how they have got to be where they are now. And of course me and Bronwen were up dancing to 'You can stop the beat' at the end, even now the song is still in my head haha. 


I was off school on the Friday and I planned to get all my school work done but I had zero energy so that meant that the next week was a little bit manic, trying to get all my photography work done for a deadline at the end of the week. Despite the stress it caused me, I'm actually so happy with how everything turned out and I'm planning the final piece for my mock at the moment. As it was highly requested, a blog post will be out soon with all my tips and thoughts on photography GCSE including photos of my sketchbook. 



Last Sunday was my other sister Megan's 21st birthday and we went to visit her up in Windsor as she couldn't come home due to uni work. We had the best time celebrating together, including a delicious lunch at Bills, and now I can't wait until she is back home for Easter tomorrow! Hi Megan, I know you'll be reading this! *insert wave*

I've got so many things coming up in the next couple of weeks some to do with school like mock interviews (need. to. prepare.) and the Easter holidays which I am so excited for! Also, blog wise, keep your eyes peeled. 

So I suppose that's it for my little catch up post, I hope I've remembered everything! I really just wanted to say that I'm back, feeling refreshed and yay for now not having so much school work. Now saying that more is probably going to hit me in the face next week, oops!

Have a lovely weekend!

Bethan xx

What I've Been Up To Recently

28 March 2019

Hi! How are you? 

This is my second time blogging this month, crazy but also an accurate representation of how March has been for me and blogging has had to take a back seat (sadly!). So glad to be back at my desk writing away for you all.
I thought as I have been quite MIA recently, today's post would be a bit like a catch up on what I've been up to. 


I wasn't active on socials early march as I was ill with a cough and a cold which is not like me at all!

However on Wednesday 13th March (I wasn't that ill at this point, thank god!), me and my sister went to see Here Come The Girls starring strictly professionals Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden and former strictly professional, Chloe Hewitt. The whole experience was incredible, it really was a beautiful show. It felt so surreal to see them all dance in real life especially as we were so close to the stage. 
We were so inspired by their stories of how they have got to be where they are now. And of course me and Bronwen were up dancing to 'You can stop the beat' at the end, even now the song is still in my head haha. 


I was off school on the Friday and I planned to get all my school work done but I had zero energy so that meant that the next week was a little bit manic, trying to get all my photography work done for a deadline at the end of the week. Despite the stress it caused me, I'm actually so happy with how everything turned out and I'm planning the final piece for my mock at the moment. As it was highly requested, a blog post will be out soon with all my tips and thoughts on photography GCSE including photos of my sketchbook. 



Last Sunday was my other sister Megan's 21st birthday and we went to visit her up in Windsor as she couldn't come home due to uni work. We had the best time celebrating together, including a delicious lunch at Bills, and now I can't wait until she is back home for Easter tomorrow! Hi Megan, I know you'll be reading this! *insert wave*

I've got so many things coming up in the next couple of weeks some to do with school like mock interviews (need. to. prepare.) and the Easter holidays which I am so excited for! Also, blog wise, keep your eyes peeled. 

So I suppose that's it for my little catch up post, I hope I've remembered everything! I really just wanted to say that I'm back, feeling refreshed and yay for now not having so much school work. Now saying that more is probably going to hit me in the face next week, oops!

Have a lovely weekend!

Bethan xx
There has been so many amazing song releases recently that I have become obsessed with and I thought I would collate them all into a post. You might know some of them already and I have thrown in some old/ones that aren't new too but have been listening to a lot.




1. Someone you loved- Lewis Capaldi (I put so much emotion into this one haha)
2. Feels like this- Maisie Peters
3. Gold- Byron Langley
4. Shallow- Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper (A star is born)
5. Sucker punch- Sigrid
6. Fallin' all in you- Shawn Mendes
7. Empty space- James Arthur
8. Fire- The Faim 
9. Nothing breaks like a heart (feat. Miley Cyrus)- Mark Ronson
10. Swan song- Dua Lipa (sorry if this gets in your head)

11. The Chain- Fleetwood Mac
12. Dancing with our hands tied- Taylor Swift
13. 7 rings- Ariana Grande
14. Barcelona- Ed Sheeran 
15. Walk me home- P!nk

Alexa, repeat.


Bethan xx

My March Music Playlist

10 March 2019

There has been so many amazing song releases recently that I have become obsessed with and I thought I would collate them all into a post. You might know some of them already and I have thrown in some old/ones that aren't new too but have been listening to a lot.




1. Someone you loved- Lewis Capaldi (I put so much emotion into this one haha)
2. Feels like this- Maisie Peters
3. Gold- Byron Langley
4. Shallow- Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper (A star is born)
5. Sucker punch- Sigrid
6. Fallin' all in you- Shawn Mendes
7. Empty space- James Arthur
8. Fire- The Faim 
9. Nothing breaks like a heart (feat. Miley Cyrus)- Mark Ronson
10. Swan song- Dua Lipa (sorry if this gets in your head)

11. The Chain- Fleetwood Mac
12. Dancing with our hands tied- Taylor Swift
13. 7 rings- Ariana Grande
14. Barcelona- Ed Sheeran 
15. Walk me home- P!nk

Alexa, repeat.


Bethan xx



Last week, me and family took a trip to London mostly to visit the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery. The weather was so amazing and the photo opportunities were just too good to not make a blog post out of it!
Every time I visit London, I always come away feeling so inspired, especially after seeing the incredible art/photography work in the galleries. I've included some of my favourites and I personally found it so useful for my photography GCSE and ideas for my final piece. 
I absolutely love all these photos, they certainly did not need much editing at all.




The inside of the National Gallery. How crazy?

Trafalgar Square: Our lunch spot.







One of the greats, David Bowie. Such a cool piece of art work. Painted by Stephen Finer.



It felt so surreal to see this in real life!

This was by far my favourite exhibition, it is called Illuminating Women by Mayotte Magnus. So inspiring and it was really interesting to find out that this was the first photographic exhibition featured in the National Portrait Gallery.


Bethan xx

London Love

3 March 2019




Last week, me and family took a trip to London mostly to visit the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery. The weather was so amazing and the photo opportunities were just too good to not make a blog post out of it!
Every time I visit London, I always come away feeling so inspired, especially after seeing the incredible art/photography work in the galleries. I've included some of my favourites and I personally found it so useful for my photography GCSE and ideas for my final piece. 
I absolutely love all these photos, they certainly did not need much editing at all.




The inside of the National Gallery. How crazy?

Trafalgar Square: Our lunch spot.







One of the greats, David Bowie. Such a cool piece of art work. Painted by Stephen Finer.



It felt so surreal to see this in real life!

This was by far my favourite exhibition, it is called Illuminating Women by Mayotte Magnus. So inspiring and it was really interesting to find out that this was the first photographic exhibition featured in the National Portrait Gallery.


Bethan xx

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