Well hello there….


Welcome! I’m Alice Fairweather, 19 years old, from the North East of England and a Digital Marketing Executive.

After umming and ahhhhing for a while about whether to enter the blogging world, I’m finally here! My eyes were first opened to blogging almost two years ago now when I started my Digital Marketing career, it amazed me how hooked I was on following other bloggers posts especially Hannah Gale. I didn’t go to UNI, just didn’t fancy it! From being 16 my mind was set on a working life as soon as I left school, I had a Saturday time job as brand ambassador and absolutely loved being out there and earning my own money so decided when the time was right to get an apprenticeship. I sat my A Levels just as a back up in case my plan didn’t work out, but fortunately 2 weeks after leaving sixthform I was given an amazing opportunity to work in digital marketing. And that’s exactly where I am today, two years on happy as larry!

So a bit more about me, think of the word girly… That’s me. Make up, clothes, shopping, the gym, chocolate, gin and tonic, my mam, family and friends are all my favourite things in life.

I will be blogging about my mishaps, happy times and experiences in this big wide world so enjoy!





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  • Lyndsey April 7, 2016 at 7:56 am

    Good luck Alice with your blogging journey. Looking forward to reading your posts xx

    • Alice April 7, 2016 at 8:03 am

      Ah thank you so much 🙂 xx

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