Thursday, 7 December 2017


Life is not going great. Life is becoming extremely difficult. Life has been really tough at the minute.

I’ve been extremely absent for the past two months.

There’s no excuse. Well, there is but it’s generic, or at least it feels generic. That typical online excuse of life is overwhelming. I’m not ashamed to say it because it’s the truth, life IS overwhelming, just my mind is telling me that I sound way too generic. However, I think having any sort of influence on the internet, no matter how small it is, that it’s important to break down that fourth wall between blogger and reader – so here I am, talking about how overwhelming life is.

I don’t want to be a Debby Downer though, especially in the month of all things wonderful. That’s right; the blog is back for December and I’m DETERMINED to keep it up. I thought that in order to give you a little more insight into where I’ve been for the past few months with a little life update. After this extremely long-winded blog post, we’re going to hit the festivities and get Christmassy up in here!

Sixth Form
The bane of all my struggles, worries and problems in life at this current moment in time. I know that everyone says that A Levels and Sixth Form are the worst two years of your lives; however, the amount of difficulty that I am currently facing is really taking its toll on me. I’ve got no energy to do anything anymore, even writing an essay or reading a small passage is exhausting – I’ve just nothing useful or interesting to say about anything. Is it just me who seems to be in this sort of funk? Is it the pre-Christmas wind down when all I need is some good old-fashioned sleep? If anyone would like to send me some pre-Christmas energy then it’d be greatly appreciated. 

I’M GOING TO UNIVERSITY! If you haven’t been following my social media accounts, more specifically Twitter, you won’t have seen that I got ALL FIVE of my university offers. There was a lot of mixed emotions whilst waiting for my offers; there was a lot of worry and panic over what I should’ve changed in my application whilst waiting, there was a lot of cheering when I got each of my offers, but there were tears of sheer joy when I received an offer from my top choice university. Knowing that there’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel after sixth form has made me determined to do really well and try my best. I’m definitely going to be writing so university and application process blog posts over the next couple of months with it being something that I love to read about and watch YouTube videos on.

Blogger’s Block
Now, this is something that I’ve never had to deal with during my time on the blogosphere, but I guess it was going to come around eventually. No matter how well I wrote a blog post or got all the photos ready or planned a schedule it was absolutely impossible to be proud of something that I’d written, and I definitely wasn’t going to upload something that I wasn’t happy with. However, I think taking a prolonged break from the Internet has been a good thing for me, I mean I feel rejuvenated in what I want to write about and I’m excited to see what the New Year brings for our little corner on the blogosphere. Let me know if there’s anything that you definitely want to see throughout the New Year and well into 2018!

In the month of all things merry I definitely want to end this blog post on a high note. December and Christmas are most definitely my favourite time of the year, and this year is definitely no different! The countdown to Christmas is most definitely on and the fact that I only have a few days left at sixth form until the holidays makes me so unbelievably happy. I have no idea what I’m getting for Christmas but I’m so excited about that because it leaves all the mystery to Christmas. I’ve cracked out the dark lipsticks, the red party dress and the tacky Christmas jumper, and I couldn’t be more excited! Do you know what you’re getting for Christmas? Are there any Christmas parties you’re going to? What are you excited about for Christmas? I want to know so leave a comment down below.

There it is my return to the blogosphere and a couple of things that I’ve been up to whilst I’ve been M.I.A. However, as we get back into the swing of things I want to start reading some new blogs and connecting with more bloggers, so leave me your links down below and I’ll give your blog a cheeky little look.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017


If you haven’t been keeping up with my Instagram throughout the month of September you might not have noticed that I have completely restarted my feed. I felt like a bit of a change considering I had well over two-hundred photos. I’m quite happy with the photos that I’ve uploaded throughout September so I thought I’d show you them in one big blog post. So sit back, relax and take a cheeky look at my attempt at being artistic.

If you’re not familiar with my blog or my Instagram account then I definitely recommend that you follow me, but I’m a bit biased. Anyway, if you take a look through this post and think that you’d like to go check me out then my Instagram account is @chloe_marie.x, just click on my account name and it’ll take you right to my Instagram feed so you can do some FBI level stalking. Let’s get into the blog post, shall we?

// just call me david attenborough🌿 //

// long train journeys were made for small talk and artsy photoshoots🚈 //

// april 23, 2017: walked through fields of lavender and ate too many sweets on this day🍬 //

// is it half term yet?📅 //

// it might not have been long or hot, but summer twenty-seventeen you were alright☀️ //

Are you still there? You are? Well, congratulations you’ve made it all the way through my attempt at artiness and over posing. Still not bored of me yet? Then you’ve got the link to my Instagram feed at the start of this blog post! Want to hear more from me? You can follow me on Bloglovin’, Twitter and Snapchat; all the links are to the right of this blog post. Hope you enjoyed the post; until Sunday, where there is a very exciting blog post coming your way!

Friday, 25 August 2017


The babes of the Internet are back. Just like last time I have been absolutely loving a group of bloggers, YouTubers and overall Internet bosses that you just have to know about. So I’m here today in order to spread the love and introduce you to some pretty amazing people. You definitely, definitely, definitely need to check these people out if you haven’t done so already. Go comment on their videos and blog posts and photos.

Carrie Hope Fletcher

I’m being pulled in Carrie’s direction, if you already watch Carrie then you’ll get my reference. However, if you’ve never watched Carrie Hope Fletcher then you have to do so immediately! As a musical lover and obsessor Carrie is someone who has been on my radar for years seeing as she played Eponine in Les Mis in the West End. She’s currently playing Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family Musical and I’m currently watching her ‘Watch Me, Wednesday!’ videos religiously. Carrie is possibly one of the happiest, most positive people that I have ever watched on YouTube. If you’re a musical fan or you know just a fan of really lovely people then Carrie is definitely someone you need to check out.

Liv Writes.
Liv is someone that I’d followed on Bloglovin’ for a while but for some reason she’d never really been on my radar, until I woke up to a whole host of Twitter notifications one day after Liv had nominated me for the Liebster award. I very quickly became obsessed with her blog, reading every blog post that I’ve seen in my feed. Liv writes in a way that makes it feel as if I’m sat across from her drinking a cup of tea whilst she tells me all about her adventures and opinions. It’s extremely easy to read Liv’s blog for that reason. She feels like an old friend that you haven’t seen in years but no matter how long you’ve spent apart it feels like you’ve seen each other every day.

Everything about Jemma’s blog screams blogger extraordinaire. Her photography skills, the way she writes and the whole layout of her blog is what I aspire to be in the blogging world. No matter the subject of the blog post I will always try to read Jemma’s blog post. I never find her blog posts boring, Jemma could literally write up a blog post about a plastic spoon and I’d find it interesting. In a similar way to Liv, Jemma feels like an old friend that I’m sat down with drinking a cup of tea or whatever Jemma’s preferred drink is. Her personality really shows through her blog post no matter what, I can always be assured of that. Please, please, please check out her blog – the links are below.

There it is, three badass women of the internet that you need to check out ASAP. If you’ve got any cool people that you think that I need to check out immediately then leave a comment down below. Leave your links as well so I can check out your blogs or YouTube channels.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017


Where has 2017 gone? We’re already in August, that’s actually crazy to think that we’re just over four months away from the countdown to a new year in which lots of exciting things will be happening. Anyway, instead of thinking about the future let’s instead think back to last month and all the things that I have absolutely adored throughout the month of July.

Floral Jeans
Shawty had those floral ripped jeans, no boots with the fur. It’s alright, you don’t have to tell me that I’m cool because I definitely already know that. Anyway, in preparation to go away last month and this month I knew that I needed a new pair of jeans. However, as much as I do love wearing jeans I hadn’t bought a new of pair in about three or four years so when the time came to look for some I headed straight for New Look. Now this ripped jeans and embroidered look seems to be the latest fad at the moment so in true blogger style I hopped right on the bad waggon. Initially I thought I was going to hate wearing blue jeans seeing as I haven’t worn a pair since I was about seven, however, I have fallen absolutely head over heels in love with this pair. They’re really comfortable, considering that usually clothes that are quite stylish tend to be the most uncomfortable things to wear. Also, I really like the colour of denim they are. I think the light blue kind of makes them stand out less which helps me feel more confident in wearing them. If you’re looking for a new pair of jeans, New Look is definitely the place to go.

Reasons To Stay Alive by Matt Haig
This book. Where do I even start? Mental health is a topic that I’ve been thinking a lot about recently and Matt Haig is able to sum it up in a matter of 264 pages. Whether you’re a mental health sufferer, a worried friend or family member, or even someone who just wants to learn more about mental health there’s really something for everyone to take away from Matt Haig’s book. His personal experience with depression and anxiety and mental health, along with the way that Haig writes about his experience makes your heart ache for him when he has his down days and feel an overwhelming sense of pride when he conquers something that he thought he would find impossible. I finished the book fairly quickly and as soon as I put it down I was recommending it to family and friends. As mental health becomes a much bigger part of our society I think it’s really important to find and listen and read first hand experiences and battles with mental health in order for us to understand it better and help break down the stigma that seems to be surrounding the world of mental health.

Love Island
A true twist of fate is why this has made it onto my favourites list. After sitting in the living room on election night with my older sister and explaining what a hung parliament was to her, she began to explain to me what Love Island was about. I watched episode six and was hooked, so I binge watched the whole series until I was all caught up. Even though it's reality T.V. I’ve absolutely loved watching it and I have no idea why. Maybe it’s because it’s the sort of reality T.V. that I’ve never watched before. Anyway, I’ve absolutely loved watching it for the past seven weeks and for some reason I actually found myself getting really upset whenever my favourite contestants were, if you hadn’t realised from my Twitter it was Camilla. As with anything there were moments where I did think ‘what is the point in this’ but those moments were extremely sparing. Now that Series 3 is over, which I’m actually really upset about, I can start watching Series 1 and 2. If you’ve not checked it out then just watch the first couple of episodes of any of the series because I can assure you that you’ll be hooked. If you’ve watched the newest series, how did you feel about the outcome? I was actually quite happy.

I don’t think I’ve owned a pair of trainers since the end of Year 9, however, after finding myself at physiotherapy needing a pair I realised that it was probably time to get some. I’m not a massive shoe fan, if I didn’t have to wear them then I wouldn’t so I wasn’t look to spend a ridiculous amount of money on a pair. With a trip to the Sports Direct in Derby I managed to find the pair photographed below. These are from a brand called Fabric and for the price that they were, I think it was around £20, they’re so comfortable. I’ve actually taken to wearing them almost everywhere I go. In a way they kind of remind me of a mixture between Nike and Sketchers trainers, but for about half the price. They’re specifically tailored for running so they’ve got a bit of a bounce to them but surprisingly I really like that about them. If you’re looking for a pair of trainers that are reasonably priced and are going to last you a long time then I’d definitely think about picking up a pair of these.

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
After a recommendation from my younger sister I picked this book off of my overflowing bookshelf and eagerly began to read it. The way Nicola Yoon writes is absolutely outstanding. With short chapters I was at first apprehensive as to how she would get information and emotion out through the space of maybe two pages or so. I was majorly proved wrong. No matter how long her chapters were they evoked so much emotion that I felt myself laughing at Olly’s crazy parkour, grinning at Maddy’s discoveries about the world and crying at the heartbreak that the book brought with it. Even with one sentence chapters, I felt as if I learnt a bit more about Maddy, Olly and their world every time I finished a chapter. I think Nicola Yoon has found herself a new fan and I genuinely cannot wait to pick up some more of her books.

London Theatre Trip
This is possibly one of my favourite things to happen this year. I had the opportunity to go to London with school to watch Matilda in the West End and spend the day exploring the Natural History Museum. The theatre and history are possibly two of my favourite things on earth so all in all this trip was perfectly tailored to me. Even though we were a bit late for Matilda, which just means I’m going to have to go watch it again, it was absolutely breathtaking. From the sets, to the songs, to the actors everything was just perfect. I cried way too much. The theatre holds a special place in my heart and always will. Without school I probably would never have been able to go see Matilda. Also, the Natural History Museum was amazing. I haven’t been in quite a few years so it was really exciting to see all the new exhibits and such that they’d put in there. Some of the photos that I got were also pretty cool so keep your eyes peeled for those.

There it is. Everything that I have absolutely loved and adored throughout the month of July. Is there anything in this post that you maybe loved last month or do you have any recommendations for something you think I would absolutely love? Let me know, I’m always on the lookout for new things to test and try.

Monday, 7 August 2017


Do you want an Instagram Diary? Well, guess what, I most definitely have an Instagram Diary for you today. Instagram is something that I’m finding very difficult to upload on, maybe it’s the algorithm or something but I just find myself enjoying photos less and less. I think it’s because I kind of want to change up my Instagram feed but I don’t know how let me know if you have any ideas for me.

As always because I love a good promo of any of my social media accounts, if you’re feeling nice why don’t you go give my Instagram account? I’ll link it for you here and if you’ve got any advice on how to change up my account then leave a comment on one of my photos, leave a comment on this blog post or even send me a DM.

| to think last week i was partying it up with these to gorgeous girls drinking cups of tea😝 |

// to the cast and crew of @matildathemusical, thank you for fulfilling every expectation i had for last night //

There you go, the whole two photos I uploaded to Instagram throughout the month of July. Have you done a round-up of all the photos you uploaded to Instagram last month? If not maybe give it a go, leave a link below so I can give it a cheeky read and then I can stalk all your blogs.

Wednesday, 26 July 2017


Even with the dark days, the tears and the lack of belief in myself I’ve made it out the other side of my first year of sixth form and although it might sound big headed, I couldn’t be prouder of myself for being able to state that fact for you. I know many say that sixth form is possibly the hardest thing that they’ve ever done education wise but I can safely say that this year of sixth form has been possibly the hardest thing that I’ve ever done and will ever do. However, don’t let this put you off. Although it felt like this past school year has been absolutely awful there were some good times that came with it. I thought that I’d talk you through my year at sixth form and my overall experience of it. Let’s all head off on this adventure together.

When October 2015 came around I knew that it was time for me to start looking at sixth forms as well as applying to them. After being at my high school for five years, I knew it was time for a change, I felt that I’d gotten everything out of my high school that I could so I needed to go somewhere new in order to find what I needed. That’s when I attended an Open Evening for the sixth form that I’m currently attending. I felt like I fitted in there, the teachers who were going to be teaching my A Levels (English Literature, English Language and History) all seemed wonderful and the way that the sixth form was run made me feel really comfortable. In the end, it was the only sixth form that I applied for because it was where I knew I wanted to go and settling wasn’t an option for me. Results day came around and luckily, I got the grades that I needed.

For the first couple of weeks, I really struggled, moving schools was actually a lot more difficult for me than I’d originally thought. I’d left all my friends who I’d been to school with since the age of four, the step up from GCSE’s to A Level’s really is as big as they say and I was thrown into a situation in which everyone had been friends with each other for years. I felt like the tiniest fish in the biggest ocean imaginable. However, slowly I started to settle.  I made friends with quite a few people, my teachers seemed to like me and the idea of getting on the public bus every morning was not nearly as terrifying as I thought it would be.

My confidence was on an up; I didn’t feel nervous to put my hand up during lessons, I didn’t feel awkward asserting myself in a conversation and even though it might seem insignificant but for the first time in about three years I felt comfortable going to school without an ounce of makeup on my face. Genuinely, I felt like I belonged at my sixth form and that I’d made the decision that I had. Then rock bottom came. I think I hit rock bottom harder than anyone has before, I might have possibly broken rock bottom at the pace that I hit it. There we a lot of things that led to this, both personal and sixth form based but it really knocked my confidence. I couldn’t get out of bed for two weeks straight and then a further week, I just hated going and really felt like giving on sixth form altogether.

Friends started to disappear, grades started slipping and attendance was shocking, however, my teachers didn’t give up on me. They really have helped me through the remainder of this year and do fairly okay in my exams which I for sure thought I was going to fail. I’m not going to lie, it’s hard truth time, I don’t particularly enjoy going to sixth form – I find it really difficult, not so much education wise but instead people wise. I have friends but I just never particularly feel comfortable anymore. I’m hoping that these six weeks give me time to refresh and I face September with a different attitude.

Sixth form isn’t easy, there’s no hiding that fact. It’s one of the toughest periods of time during anyone’s education but if you can find the right people who will be there to support you then it does make it that tiny bit easy. Without the help of the teachers and friends that I’ve had this past year I genuinely don’t think I’d still be at sixth form.

Although I’ve found sixth form difficult there have been some amazing opportunities that I’ve been given this past school year that I would never have gotten if I hadn’t moved schools. Some of my highlights include being a mentor to some of the younger years which will help on my personal statement, meeting possibly one of the best humans ever who has now become an extremely close friend of mine and finally I got to go see Matilda in the West End. There is another blog post to come all about my trip to London but without the sixth form I’m at it would’ve been unlikely that I’d ever be able to go and see Matilda, let alone in the West End. It was possibly one of the best trips that I’ve ever been on and was an amazing way to end the school year.

I don’t know what the future holds in regards to sixth form but right now I’m just glad that I’ve finished my first year and am glad that I have these six weeks to refresh and gather my thoughts.

If you've just finished your first year at sixth form, how do you think that you did?

Friday, 21 July 2017


I finally, finally completed my first year of sixth form! Cue the congratulatory music and all that jazz. In order to celebrate the upcoming summer holidays, I thought that I'd share with you all of the books that I'm planning on reading. Some of these are for English Literature coursework, however, most of them are for pleasure or leisure, maybe both. Instead of telling you what the books are about in my own words I thought that I would tell you all about the books through the power of Goodreads. If you're a book addict then I highly recommend that you get a Goodreads account. After setting up an account you can save the books you've read, the books you want to read and the books that you're currently reading. It's literally like an online library.

The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins
Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning and night. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the same couple breakfasting on their deck. She’s even started to feel like she knows them. Jess and Jason, she calls them. Their life—as she sees it—is perfect. Not unlike the life she recently lost.
And then she sees something shocking. It’s only a minute until the train moves on, but it’s enough. Now everything’s changed. Unable to keep it to herself, Rachel goes to the police. But is she really as unreliable as they say? Soon she is deeply entangled not only in the investigation but in the lives of everyone involved. Has she done more harm than good?

The Stone Gods by Jeanette Winterson
On the airwaves, all the talk is of the new blue planet - pristine and habitable, like our own 65 million years ago, before we took it to the edge of destruction. And off the air, Billie and Spike are falling in love. What will happen when their story combines with the world's story.

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
This is a world divided by blood – red or silver.
The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from the poverty-stricken Stilts, it seems like nothing will ever change.
That is, until she finds herself working in the Silver Palace. Here, surrounded by the people she hates the most, Mare discovers that, despite her red blood, she possesses a deadly power of her own. One that threatens to destroy the balance of power.
Fearful of Mare’s potential, the Silvers hide her in plain view, declaring her a long-lost Silver princess, now engaged to a Silver prince. Despite knowing that one misstep would mean her death, Mare works silently to help the Red Guard, a militant resistance group, and bring down the Silver regime.
But this is a world of betrayal and lies, and Mare has entered a dangerous dance – Reds against Silvers, prince against prince, and Mare against her own heart.

Assassin's Apprentice by Robin Hobb
Young Fitz is the bastard son of the noble Prince Chivalry, raised in the shadow of the royal court by his father’s gruff stableman. He is treated as an outcast by all the royalty except the devious King Shrewd, who has him secretly tutored in the arts of the assassin. For in Fitz’s blood runs the magic Skill—and the darker knowledge of a child raised with the stable hounds and rejected by his family.
As barbarous raiders ravage the coasts, Fitz is growing to manhood. Soon he will face his first dangerous, soul-shattering mission. And though some regard him as a threat to the throne, he may just be the key to the survival of the kingdom.

Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb
Fitz has survived his first hazardous mission as king’s assassin, but is left little more than a cripple. Battered and bitter, he vows to abandon his oath to King Shrewd, remaining in the distant mountains. But love and events of terrible urgency draw him back to the court at Buckkeep, and into the deadly intrigues of the royal family.
Renewing their vicious attacks on the coast, the Red-Ship Raiders leave burned-out villages and demented victims in their wake. The kingdom is also under assault from within, as treachery threatens the throne of the ailing king. In this time of great danger, the fate of the kingdom may rest in Fitz’s hands—and his role in its salvation may require the ultimate sacrifice.

Girl Online Going Solo by Zoe Sugg
As Penny starts the school year she's ready to face the world - alone. Noah has gone off the radar after ending his world tour early and no one, including Penny, knows where he is. So when she accepts Megan's invitation to visit her performing arts school it seems like an opportunity to make some new friends.
Helping everyone else seems to be the right remedy - Elliot needs her friendship more than ever, and she meets Posey, who she can really help with her stage fright. But is charming Scottish boy Callum the right kind of distraction? And can Penny truly move on when Noah's shadow seems to haunt her round every corner?

The Road by Cormac McCarthy
A searing, post apocalyptic novel destined to become Cormac McCarthy’s masterpiece.
A father and his son walk alone through burned America. Nothing moves in the ravaged landscape save the ash on the wind. It is cold enough to crack stones, and when the snow falls it is gray. The sky is dark. Their destination is the coast, although they don’t know what, if anything, awaits them there. They have nothing; just a pistol to defend themselves against the lawless bands that stalk the road, the clothes they are wearing, a cart of scavenged food—and each other.

It's Not Me, It's You by Mhairi McFarlane
Delia Moss isn’t quite sure where she went wrong.
When she proposed and discovered her boyfriend was sleeping with someone else – she thought it was her fault.
When she realised life would never be the same again – she thought it was her fault.
And when he wanted her back life nothing had changed – Delia started to wonder if perhaps she was not to blame…
From Newcastle to London and back again, with dodgy jobs, eccentric bosses and annoyingly handsome journalists thrown in, Delia must find out where her old self went – and if she can ever get her back.

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai
I come from a country that was created at midnight. When I almost died it was just after midday.
When the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley in Pakistan, one girl spoke out. Malala Yousafzai refused to be silenced and fought for her right to an education.
On Tuesday, October 9, 2012, when she was fifteen, she almost paid the ultimate price. She was shot in the head at point-blank range while riding the bus home from school, and few expected her to survive. 
Instead, Malala's miraculous recovery has taken her on an extraordinary journey from a remote valley in northern Pakistan to the halls of the United Nations in New York. At sixteen, she has become a global symbol of peaceful protest and the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
I Am Malala is the remarkable tale of a family uprooted by global terrorism, of the fight for girls' education, of a father who, himself a school owner, championed and encouraged his daughter to write and attend school, and of brave parents who have a fierce love for their daughter in a society that prizes sons.

So there it is the list of books that I'm hopefully *fingers crossed* going to read throughout the upcoming weeks. I might finish them all, I might not, who knows? I've at least got to finish two of these books for coursework purposes but there are a few of these that I desperately want to read. Here's hoping.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017


This morning I woke up to an extremely full notifications section on Twitter. This was because the lovely Liv from Liv Slack had nominated me for the Liebster Award. I was nominated for the Liebster Award back when I first started my blog so I had a vague idea of what it entailed. After a quick refresh, I’m ready to jump back into the Liebster Award blog post.

Here are the rules:
1) Answer the question you were asked
2) Tag 11 bloggers who have under 200 followers
3) Create 11 new questions for them

1) What do you love most about blogging?
This answer has changed throughout the years but I definitely think that no matter what I write about it’ll always help just one person, that’s a pretty great thing.

2) Instagram or Twitter?

3) Have you ever met somebody famous?
No I haven’t, but if I could I’d want to meet Leonardo DiCaprio or Sir David Attenborough; they’re my personal favourite famous people.

4) Where are you from?
Originally Cardiff, Wales.

5) What’s your favourite film?
Gosh, how can anyone answer this question? I’m a film junkie, there are just too many good ones!

6) Where do you love to shop the most?
New Look or Boohoo.

7) If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?
Definitely not anywhere exotic but I’d love to live in London.

8) Summer or Winter?

9) Do you plan on going to University?
Yes, I’ve gone to a couple of open days already and I have a University residential during the Summer holidays.

10) What’s your least favourite thing about blogging?
Feeling pressured to keep up a schedule, being in sixth form means my schedule is all over the place but I’m always worried that if I don’t upload a blog post at least once a week people are going to get angry.

11) How/why did you choose your blog name?
My original blog name and current URL is ‘My Crazy Beauty Journey’, I chose that because I was really starting to get into beauty when I started blogging. Now it’s ‘Chloe Marie’ because that’s my name.

I Nominate:
1) Olivia
(I couldn’t find 11)

My Questions For You:
1) Why did you start blogging?
2) Lipstick or Lipgloss?
3) Who inspires you?
4) What’s your go to outfit?
5) What’s your favourite place that you’ve visited?
6) If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life what would it be?
7) Netflix or YouTube?
8) What’s your dream job?
9) What’s your favourite T.V. show?
10) Where do you see yourself in five years?
11) What’s your favourite thing about blogging?

Tuesday, 11 July 2017


Welcome, welcome let’s all settle in as I bring a new blog post to you today. With the sort of beginning of every month I like to bring you a round-up of all the photos that I uploaded onto my Instagram feed. This month is no different as I bring you my Instagram Diary from the month of June. Grab a cup of tea, a slice of cake and put your feet up as you take a few minutes staring at my face.

As always, I think that you should most definitely follow all of my social media but especially my Instagram – that way you can see all my photos when I upload them. If you’re not already following my Instagram, then click the link here to go straight to my feed. A cheeky little like and maybe even a comment always go a long way.

| grigio girl forever |

| these posts never get any easier to write....London my heart is breaking for you, there aren't enough words to sum up the cruel events that you endured last night. my heart, thoughts and prayers go out to you London. stay strong #PrayForLondon |

| we may sit in our library and yet be in all quarters of the earth, john lubbock |

| wishing for long train journeys to take me to unexplored cities |

| if the whole world was watching i'd still dance with you |

{ a year ago today i sat down in an english literature class and met this gal. my life hasn't been the same since, love you katie❤❤ }

[ we pretend to do a levels when we're really just taking naps💤 ]

So there it is, a collection of photos of my face from the past month. What are your Instagram handles? Leave them in a comment or tweet me with them, that way I can follow all of your beautiful faces.