Based on my blog last year, I decided to do a recap and see if I actually completed any of them. In 2018 I wanted to… Get back into blogging: HUGE fail! I am still yet to get into a proper routine with blogging, this is a work in progress. Take control of my health: Yes and no. I’ll forever have MS and it’s a journey. I’m working on my health everyday. Read more: Do other blogs count? I barelyRead more... →
In this section is personal bits and pieces about me.
Happy new year! It’s that time again where we self-reflect and promise to drink less alcohol. There are plenty of things I’d like to change about myself but Rome wasn’t built in a day. Often people fail at their resolutions because of trying to do it all at once. We have an entire year to accomplish things. I love setting goals for myself, whether big or small, I like having something to strive towards. January is a great start, freshRead more... →
Living Life: My story, my diagnosis. I’ve decided that being open about my story gives me positives that far outweigh the negatives. I’m not sharing this for attention or pity. This is for my own personal healing and to also tell those I love, thank you. I’m not usually one to open up about my feelings or anything really personal. In fact my friends often get at me for keeping things in or not telling them everything. TruthRead more... →
Sabrina – As a Designer I graduated with a BA (hons) in Design Futures. It’s the process practice and theory of design, we explored design issues and challenged or solved them in our own personal way, which for me was mainly graphics and online media. This allowed me to emphasise on practical projects, giving me time to fully explore my ideas and passions, with encouragement from mentors. I have always been ambitious in my design thinking and this is reflectedRead more... →
Sabrina – as a Beauty Therapist Beauty Therapy or Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment. Over the years I’ve had many people ask why I transitioned from beauty to design and also wonder why I no longer work full time in beauty. I did work experience in salons since I was 15 years old and my first course in beauty therapy at 16. I then worked my way up to salon management level by the time IRead more... →