27 April 2014

Currently I'm...#2

I'm not being (completely) serious when I say 'banter'. Honest...

Studying has been soaking up all of my time recently so I haven't been reading as much as I want to. Saying that, I've been working my way through Daily Rituals by Mason Currey over the past couple of weeks and absolutely loving it. I'm finding it to be really quite motivational and is helping me get into a strong routine for my study-leave. I've also got Everybody Sees the Ants by A.S. King on the go at the moment but I haven't made any progress for a couple of weeks, mainly because of exam-prep.

Until a month or so ago, I was watching Glee (season 5), My Mad Fat Diary (season 2), Hair, Are You the One? and Awkward, but then they all ended *head-desk*...so now I'm watching Gogglebox and the newest season of America's Next Top Model. As for YouTube, I've been watching all my usual stuff, but my recent favourites are Helen Melonlady and Claire Marshall.

Listening To:
Again, all the usual stuff but over the past few weeks, I've been mildly obsessed with New Politics, The 1975 and the (original) Fame soundtrack. Right now, I'm loving Bastille's cover of What Would You Do? by City High and Kiss Me Like You Mean It by East Of Eden (EofE).  I saw EofE supporting McBusted on the 18th of April and they were pretty great, so Kiss Me Like You Mean It has been on repeat for the past week or so.

I've been in love with Chai lattes for a couple of months now, especially Costa's but I'm not in Costa as often as I want to be so I've started to make my own at home instead, using a Chai latte mix my dad bought in Tesco's. I don't know the brand because we haven't got any right now, but they're delicious and almost as good as the Costa Chai latte. ^_^ As well as that, I've been drinking just as much tea, water and green tea with lemon as always.

The higher modern studies course, unfortunately.

Studying. Ha. I'm kidding. 
My first exam is in 2 days so I've been studying every day and haven't really had too much of a life outside of that... I guess I've been loving having really organised folders, listening to The 1975's album on repeat and watching interviews with New Politics until 2am. ♥

Concerts! In the past month, I've seen Fall Out Boy, New Politics, The Pretty Reckless (all one gig), East Of Eden, Young Brando and McBusted (again, all one gig) and they were all awesome. :D

Lots of love, Cat



  1. Ah, Gogglebox. I love that programme, especially the posh couple with the cats!
    Good luck with your exams, I'm sure you'll do well. I've got Science exams in a couple of weeks so I feel your pain.
    Holly xx

    1. I think Dom and Stephanie (the couple who are constantly drunk) are my favourites...but my all-time favourite person in Gogglebox (and probably on TV in general) is Louis Michael, which is pretty obvious from my Twitter. :'D
      Thanks you! Good luck with your science exams - I'm sure you'll do brilliantly! xx

  2. AAAAH, the New Politics are coming to my city, and I can hardly wait! I love them, too. I also causht the 1975 in concert a few weeks ago when they came as well! xo

    Yana from

    1. I'm so jealous! I would absolutely love to see The 1975 and I'd love to see New Politics again. ^_^ xx

  3. I feel your Modern Studies pain, my exam was today too :'( Bastille are just fabulous - I saw them live a few months ago! Also The 1975 <3 I just bought their album and wow! Good luck with your exams! :) x

    1. It wasn't particularly fun, was it? :'D Ohh you're so lucky! I'd love to see Bastille. :3
      Good luck for your exams too!! xx


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