21 Things You Can Do to Avoid Writing Your Essay



1. pick up extra shifts at your retail job
2. paint glitter onto feathers and cups and your face




3. spend a long time cleaning up the glittery mess
4. wander around the newly-opened H&M, buying one direction t-shirts and more hoodies you don't need



5. eat a whole packet of gummy worms on the 15 minute train ride home
6. actually go to class
7. convince your brother to bake a cake with you
8. dip salted crackers into the mocha batter and realise you've created a new superfood
9. play with glittery icing



10. wonder just why there's glitter all over your bedroom.
11. paint your toenails
12. decide it looks horrible and redo it
13. reread a 100k+ word fanfic
14. for the fifth time
15. buy some fabric dye and a white shirt and make a lovely mess
16. scan and post on facebook those instax photos you never got around to doing



17. rewatch snow white and the seven dwarves
18. hang solar fairy lights outside your bedroom window



19. answer the door for the postman in your pjs and yesterday's eyeliner
20. laze around in bed, whinging for your cat to come cuddle you
21. marvel over the fact that you're very nearly twenty one years old and still have no self control. incredible.

I'm not saying I have done all of these in the last week, but I'm also not saying I haven't. Chins up, children. Semester's nearly over. (For me, anyway.)

confetti sheets are a thing i need

Am I the only one ecstatic about Cotton On's new bedroom range?



Perhaps it's an odd hobby (my brother: "you know different brands of sheets?") but I love love love homemaking. You might be able to tell from my love affair with IKEA and constant pins on Pinterest. It's my fashion, I think. I should totally write a post about how to settle in your nest. Yep, no makeup tutorials from me. But sheets? I can do. Anyway...

What am I doing right now? Typing this, of course, but I'm also leaning my elbows on my study notes as I comb the Cotton On website to find the last ten cents to grant me free shipping. First world problem, am I right?



The Cotton On website and Facebook claim the kids range will be in select stores over the coming week, but I'm too impatient and desperate for these sprinkle sheets to wait any longer. I have to have them. (It's payday. I'm allowed.)

I'm sure I'll Instagram the hell out of these babies once they arrive. Can't wait? Me either.