Paranormal Experiences I’ve Had – Blogtober Week Two


It’s Lau. And welcome to Week Two of Blogtober, this week I want to so something scary and talk about my paranormal experiences.

I hope you enjoy.


My Paranormal Experiences

I’ve had a few paranormal experiences, for most of my childhood I lived in a rather creepy house.

The normal things where you hear tapping and noises but I used to talk to people that used to exist. I have no memory of this since I was young but I was talking to my mother and she explained it all.

I find the paranormal interesting but not interesting enough to go on ghost huntings myself.

I’ve never done a ouiji board (is how you spell it?) but I do believe in ghosts and the paranormal but not a lot really. The television shows exaggerate things.

Tell me your paranormal experiences down below.

Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed.

I will see you soon.

Lau x


3 Out There Eye Looks


It’s Lau. And today I will be showing you three eye looks that I created when I was bored one afternoon.

I won’t ramble on but I used mostly the Soph X Revolution Palette.

And here are the looks.


These looks are really cool, the golden orange look is my favourite. Tell me in the comments what yours is.

I know this was a short post but I just wanted to put out three looks eithout rambling on with the step by steps.

Anyways, thank you so much for reading. I hope you enjoyed.

I will see you all soon.

Lau x

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Barry M Coconut Infusion Nail Paints


It’s Lau. And I know what you’re thinking.. Lau.. you never do nail posts, is this a new thing?

And the answer is no, I will not make this a thing, unless you want it to be. Anyways, around 2 weeks ago, I went shopping with my mum and we went into Superdrug and she picked up two of the polishes, I chose the third.

So, she recommended to me that I actually make a post on them. I was really happy she recommended it, and that’s what I’m going to do today.

I hope you enjoy!


Barry M Coconut Infusion Nail Paints

These polishes are actually super pretty. Two of them are the Coconut Infusions however the beautiful mermaid one called Ethereal Forest isn’t.

The bright orange is called Flip Flop, and the muted baby blue is called Scuba.

As I said in the beginning, we got them from Superdrug and I believe they were £4.99 each. And now onto the swatches.

Swatches –

Flip Flop

Flip Flop needed 3 coats to be opaque.

Scuba –

Scuba also needed 3 coats to be opaque.

Ethereal Forest –

And Ethereal Forest actually needed around 4-5 coats to be opaque but as this isn’t meant to be used as a stand alone polish.

All the polishes are really lovely, and I do recommend them. Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post.

I will see you all soon.

Lau x

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Life Of Blogging Doctumentary – Part Two

Last week, I put up part one of the documentary. Since then, I have talked to more people. This post includes those people.


Monday 9th July 2018..

I want to talk to an ex- blogger and get their story. I messaged H (hh_naii) on Twiiter and asked him a few questions. Here are his answers;

Me: So what made you decide to quit?

H: It was a combination of things that included I didn’t have time for it anymore, I didn’t know what to write about and most importantly I’d outgrown it because I started it as an outlet to express my innermost feelings and I’d realised that it looks a bit strange when you have a blog where you rant out all your inner feelings to the internet because it makes you seem like your life is absolutely terrible and that you’re ungrateful about a lot of things because I only ever spoke about first world problems on mine. Now despite having time, I don’t really know what I can write about so that’s why I haven’t started again but I’m definitely not ruling out starting another blog and building another brand from the ground up. I also forgot to mention there that I’d outgrown the community and what I mean by that is a lot of people in the blogging world are far too easily offended by so many small things that I’d be here forever telling you about but an example is the absence of a certain sexuality/ ethnic group in books and films when books and films take a lot of planning and thought and for me there’s no point in adding a certain type of person into your art if it doesn’t fit the story you’re trying to tell. That caused me to quit because it gets a little too much where everyone you’re trying to get on is offended by every small thing you say and so me being someone who has a lot more realistic view of the world doesn’t mesh well with a group of people who all seemingly are ready to hunt for things to be offended by.

Me: How many times did you write and delete a quit post?

H: I haven’t actually made a quit post if im honest. I just didn’t post anymore and eventually deleted it and hoped people forgot I’d ever been there. I didn’t really know what to write, where to start in it and that. I just had a few blank drafts that were supposed to be quit posts.I tried quitting before in an effort to be validated and see who cared that i quit because I was at peak annoyance with the community and I wanted to see what’d happen. I did I initially quit because I had some fat writers block and I didn’t enjoy it anymore but I partly made an extravagant post saying how I hated blogging and everyone doing it for attention purposes and not everyone will admit to doing things for attention but im secure enough within myself now to own up to what I did in the past and justify it with the actual reasons rather than making up a reason like someone who’d say they’re not looking for attention but the reality is that people blog so that people can read their posts and get attention. Nobody publishes a post and says I hope no one likes or comments on this or even reads this. I just wanted even more attention than normal.

Me: What was your favourite post that you did?

H: If I’m honest I cringe at all my posts i ever did now because of how hard I was trying to be cool and all that but in reality I felt like Shrek in the third film where he’s trying to talk like a teenager and he clearly is failing at being cool. If there’s any post I could say I’m even remotely happy with and would publish again was my post where I talked about an outfit I wore once because I love dressing myself up and all that.

Me: Do you feel happy with your decision?

H: Yes because I feel as if i don’t have to be guilty for not posting regularly and I’m now able to focus on stuff that Was more important such as exams and general looking after myself.

Me: And that’s all the questions, thank you for taking part.

H: No problems.

The next person is Elm. She is a blogger who has been blogging for around 3 years, her blog tells us about her life.. love, struggles and the occasional poetic post.

Here is her interview:

Me: Do you feel like you have a life outside of blogging?

Elm: I definitely do. Often, that life outside informs my blogging, such as what posts I write and how I feel about those posts. My life enhances my blogging but blogging also enriches my life. If I ever feel like blogging is starting to affect things to the point where I can do nothing else, I have to step back because my mental health is the most important thing.

Me: Have you had any hate comments?

Elm: Not really. I’ve had someone saying they were going to unfollow my blog but I don’t class that as a hate comment because it was for a valid reason. I’ve had some weird comments but none that are particularly unpleasant, thank goodness. However, I’m bracing myself for my first hate comment, just in case.

Me: What is the weirdest comment you’ve ever had?

Elm: I can’t remember a specific one but all my spam ones, such as constant SEO promotions and people leaving 100 links to their blog, can be strange especially when they’re posted out of the blue with no context. Sometimes I go through my comments and just get confused but I’m incredibly thankful to the 99.9% of people who leave genuinely thoughtful comments!

Me: I think that’s all the questions, thank you so much for taking part.

Elm: Any time!! Thank you for letting me be part of this!

Thank you to Elm for being apart of this. This post is already too long. Thank you very much for reading, I hope you enjoyed.

See you all soon.

Lau x


Blogging Chat – Connor Gurney


It’s Lau. And I have another blogging chat, with the talented blogger Connor Gurney. He has a very cool blog that is full of laughter and some really deep posts.

Anyway, here the chat:

Me: Lets just start off with a topic… Life. Tell me about it.

Con: It’s like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get!

Me: Very true, risk taking makes life a bit more adventurous.

Con: Spot on! Risks are great in proportion.

Me: Personally, I never take risks. I’m very cautious and try to make my life as drama free as possible

Con: Why? What scares you?

Me: Something could very much go wrong, I can’t take that risk.

Con: But something could very much go right too!

Me: True, at some point risks need to be made. Maybe soon. Anyways, let’s talk about you, tell the readers a bit about yourself.

Con: Right, that’s a tough one. I’m 18, I founded my own business and have been teaching myself to program for almost 9 years, I teach coding voluntarily at a private all girls school in York, I used to lead a team of journalists around the world and I ran the first site for survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire reaching 200,000 people in 2 weeks. Now, how about you?

Me: You’re very successful. Well, I’m 17, I started my blog in March and have been making frequent posts ever since. When I was younger I was into dance, I did quite a lot of dance actually. A few weeks ago, I won an award and that was cool. I don’t really have much else to say.

Con: As are you! 😄 Work hard, play harder. Well done on the award! So, what got you into dance?

Me: Thank you, it just something I really liked when I was younger. I’ve always been very creative. What got you into coding?

Con: You seem it from your blog! 😄 I accidentally opened the source code of a web page one day, and got curious… learnt to code before it was cool for 9-year-olds to. 😂

Me: That’s really cool, I’ve never understood coding. But for a 9 year old to develop a passion for it, that’s amazing.

Con: It was such a nice feeling when I built my first webpage… bit bright though! 😂

Me: What colour did you go for?

Con: It was bright pink text on a bright blue background, combined with Comic Sans for the font. Awful! 😂

Me: You went bold then, any child would do colours..as an adult you kind of tone it down.

Con: Indeed! My sense of design still isn’t that strong. How about yours?

Me: I try to, I do like it but just not that great at it. I’m always trying

Con: Keep at it! What’s your biggest strength?

Me: Probably kindness. I like to think of myself as kind. What about yours?

Con: You really are. I think mine has to be programming — I’m no expert, but I can sure as hell get by!

Me: Definitely, and you’re awesome at it. I’m going to end this post here. Thank you so much.

Con: Thanks for the chat!

Thank you to Connor for taking part of the chat, I definitely recommend checking out his blog. He’s awesome.

Here are his socials;

Blog: https://www.connorgurney.co.uk/

Twitter: https://t.co/WeeM8Ho4Gm

Instagram: https://t.co/fpOZn6PrtW

Thank you very much for reading, I hope you enjoyed.

I will see you all soon.

Lau x