This has been a pretty busy month, both in terms of fun events and boring uni work. I'm officially into the last stretch of uni now - I have things due most weeks right up until my last exam on the 17th of May. I'm obviously a huge ball of stress but I'm just trying to think about how good I'll feel when I walk out of my last ever exam!

Nobody's Child SS16 event Glasgow Blow Finnieston fashion blogger

I had two blogging events this month - the first was with Nobody's Child and I posted about it here. It was such a fun night and I met lots of bloggers for the first time, which was really lovely. I'm still dreaming of the fab Blow Finnieston where it was held, too, and think I might go there for my next hair colour.

Hunted Vintage SS16 launch party glasgow SWG3

I was also at the Hunted Vintage preview and launch party last night at SWG3. Their new SS16 collection is amazing and is one of the best (and most affordable) vintage collections I've seen. To find out more, keep an eye out for my post about it in the next few days.

Matty Healy The 1975 Live Glasgow O2 Academy
Photo Credit: Cameron Brisbane

I saw The 1975 live, which I did write a review for then ended up leaving it too late to post, because I suck. Anyway, they were amazing as always, if a little bit tired but that's understandable. The set list was incredible; really long and included plenty of older songs so I had a brilliant night.

25th birthday cake Champagne Chaophraya Glasgow

Adam's birthday was on the 25th so we had a lovely day out then went to Chaophraya for Thai food in a gorgeous setting. The staff were great and brought out Adam's cake whilst banging gongs and singing happy birthday so he was suitably embarrassed!

Kurt Cobain Montage of Heck

Last weekend I finally got around to watching Montage of Heck, the Kurt Cobain documentary that came out last year. It was so interesting and I loved seeing all the rare footage and even drawings that he had done, from a child right up until his last days. I couldn't hold back my tears when I saw him with his daughter Frances because it was just so beautiful. He clearly had so much love for her and the way he acted around her was so heartwarming, and that makes it even sadder that he never got to see her grow up. If you're a Nirvana fan, or even if you just enjoy music documentaries, this is definitely a must-see.

Chvrches Pvris

In terms of music, the first half of the month was still dominated by The 1975's new album, and the second half was all about Chvrches and Pvris because I'm seeing them both in the next few days. Chvrches are playing at The Hydro tomorrow night and I'm also heading to the after party so I'm really excited! Pvris are at the ABC on Monday for their first ever UK headline tour. I've been desperate to see them for so long and their album was one of my absolute favourite new releases when it came out. I might review the gigs if you'd be interested?

What did you get up to in March?


  1. You had a busy month indeed! Congrats on being so close to being done with uni! I have one year to go myself, and I can't wait! Adam's cake totally looks delish too. Hopefully every month can be this eventful! XOXO

    1. Thanks, it'll be so weird to actually leave uni! Good luck with the rest of your time there! Yeah the cake was chocolate fudge so it was lovely! xx