Author: Kaitlin Britto

Start lifting those weights, girl

Whenever you think of an addicting feeling, I’m guessing the gym doesn’t come to mind. I hope to change that. I’ve been weight training (on and off) for about six years. More recently, when I have started to train consistently, I’ve noticed that I am now addicted. Addicted to the four physical and mental benefits […]

Summer skincare favourites

Before the arrival of summer, I needed to compile a favourites list (for both you and I) of skincare for the warmer months. I have oily, acne-prone skin, so I usually always use products that are on the lighter side. But, I do change it up depending on the season. For summer, I focus on […]

4 herbal teas for clearer skin

Even before I moved to England, I loved tea. It’s probably because my family loves tea, so I grew up with it. Just like the allure of bookstores, I find myself always being pulled toward the tea aisle at a grocery store. All of the pretty packaging and the different herbal concoctions. In the past, […]

The in-between time

Whenever it comes time to write my personal development posts, I get so excited. I usually always have an idea in mind. But this week, I’ve felt like there are too many things to say while there being nothing to say at all. I’ve been writing and re-writing. I don’t know where to start or […]

Lip products you need to try

I’m not someone who is hugely into make-up, but one thing I do love are lip products. My lips are not naturally pink, so I appreciate a little tinted number. I’ve also always loved the glossy look, but despise that sticky feeling that most lip glosses give you. I’ve collected quite a lot of lip […]

Stress & your menstrual cycle

Getting pregnant isn’t the only thing that can stop your period. For the last few years, I have been conscious about monitoring my menstrual cycle. I came off the pill in 2020 and have been period tracking ever since. In that time, I’ve noticed that whenever I’ve moved around (moving to Melbourne and now travelling […]

Travel journal: part 1

When you live a normal life, there’s usually a tendency to romanticise travel. Your mind sees it as an escape from reality and a chance to reset. When it comes to romanticising travel, Pinterest is both my best friend and worst nightmare. Like most other social media platforms, it throws you into an illusion – […]