Monday, 4 August 2014


Recently, I started a new segment on my YouTube that goes by the ever so original name, #ADVICEWITHRHI. I'm so pleased with the positive response I have had with these videos so far and I cannot wait to film more. There are a silly amount of topics I want to cover within this series, it's fairly overwhelming, therefore I'm just filming random subjects as they spring to mind. This instalment is based around friendships - the good, the bad and the ugly.

Thursday, 31 July 2014


It's summer, the suns out (well, most of the time here in England), you're about to yet off to somewhere exotic or head down to the beach with your friends but then you realise that last years swimwear doesn't quite fit you as well anymore. Story of my life. Well, I have gathered a small collection of my top swimwear picks including swimsuits, high waisted bikinis and separates, for you to shop if you find yourself in the same boat.

 Topshop: Mirrored Floral, £36 (buy here) • River Island: Black and White, £30 (buy here) • Topshop: Box Pleat, £36 (buy here)

Monday, 28 July 2014


As if eating baby food and disgusting flavoured jelly beans with Marzia wasn't enough, Douglas and I decided to do the what's in my mouth challenge. Although I wasn't best impressed with the food Doug fed me, I'm quite fond of this video and most of you over on YouTube seem to find it hilarious so here I am, sharing it on my blog also. Oh, the things I do for the sake of entertainment.

Thursday, 24 July 2014


I thought I'd play around with my latest outfit of the day and make something a little different to what I usually do (and similar to the type of editing I used to do when I first started on YouTube). I want to try to do more outfit of the days like this as not only do they seem to go down well with you lovely lot, but they're short and sweet. Perfect for an extra video to pop up between others.

Sunday, 20 July 2014


This month started with mine and Douglas' two year anniversary where we went for breakfast at Bill's as I've been dying to do that for ages. Doug actually booked a table on his own regard which I thought was very sweet. Before I tucked into my scrumptious buttermilk blueberry pancakes and fresh iced peach tea, I was greeted at my door with a huge bouquet of flowers from my favourite flower stall in town and some goodies from L'Occitane. May I add (and sorry if this is too soppy) that these goodies were from their cherry blossom range which Doug explained he got because it's like the Paolo Nutini song Cherry Blossom which he always sings to me. I have to say, he did good, especially for someone who has never been particularly thoughtful when it comes to gift shopping but this year he has become a pro. I'm a very lucky girl.
love this top from asos so much I want it in black too (buy similar) • lovin' summer • #TBT to 1997 before my primary ballet exam

Saturday, 19 July 2014


Since becoming completely independent (by that I mean paying for rent, bills etc all by myself but I've had a job and paid for everything myself since the age of 15) I've had to tighten the purse strings which means it's been a long time since I went out to buy a load of things at once. I tend to collect things over a period of months now and here are some homeware bits I've gathered recently.

Friday, 18 July 2014


It doesn't take a rocket scientist to look at my Instagram and notice I love flowers, so when Appleyard London kindly asked if they could send me a bouquet of my choice, of course I couldn't turn an offer like that down. I have both successfully bought and received flowers online in the past which is why I wanted to do a little write up, not only to show you the beautiful flowers I now proudly have in my living room but to let you know that buying flowers online is convenient and easy (ok, this is starting to sound like a sponsored post but I promise I've not been paid to say any of this).