Hey everyone!! It has been a really long time since I posted on this blog. As a blogger you are always learning new things and coming up with new ideas. I wanted to make so many changes to this blog that I decided to start over with a new blog! I have made a new blog now called Sinachi. It has the same content as Trust Sinach but with a few changes. If you want to keep up with my blog post you can follow my new blog Sinachi.
I finally have a camera!!! Time to take pictures, pictures and more pictures! If you have not noticed I am really excited. I decided to get the Fujifillm Fine Pix S6800 bridge camera because it’s a good camera for photography beginners and it was on offer so I thought why not? Ahh, I feel like my blogging tools are officially complete and I can’t wait to experiment with this camera. It is going to follow me everywhere…well, almost everywhere. If you have any tips for photography beginners I would love for you to share them with me.
“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce” – Karl Lagerfeld.
Do you wish you had a bit of extra cash in your account? Are you stuck on ways to save money? Do you want to do something about it? Well then, look no further you have come to the right place! Oh wow that sounded like an ad for one of those we can help you help yourself adverts. As a uni student every penny counts so managing your money well is very important. I’m not going to lie, I’m really bad with managing money but I have learnt a few tips on how to make my money work for me. It can be hard to save, especially if you don’t have a large income coming in. As P.T Barnum once said “Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant”. I have come up with a couple of tips that will hopefully help you save and be practical with your spending.
My sister went on a school trip to France a couple weeks ago, guess what she got me!? A dream catcher!! I’ve always wanted one but I could never find one I liked. When I go back to Uni I’m going to hang it above my bed. I don’t know why this excites me so much; I think it’s because I have been looking for ages and now I have the perfect one! Anyway, you’ve probably noticed that I have an obsession with dream catchers. The handmade ones look original and old; that is what I love about them. Though I’m not sure the one my sister got me is handmade but it still looks awesome !!
If you’re reading this now then you’ve successfully kept your blog running. Congratulations!!! Think back to now and you’ll realise how much your life has changed. You’re getting closer and closer to achieving your goals. Soon your plans will start to come to life and you’ll be closer to getting everything you ever wanted. When I say soon I mean in 2 years…that’s kind of short right? If you think about how fast the years just fly by you’ll be done in no time! Continue reading →
Today, I thought I’d take a trip down memory lane. If someone asked me how do you make amazing memories? I would say do the things you’ve always wanted to do, don’t look back and have no regrets so that you’ll always have something fun to look back on. I remember when my brother, sister and I invented this game where we would place a duvet at the top of the stairs, sit on it, fold the bottom of the duvet over our legs and wiggle about until we were sliding down the stairs. We would do it over and over just to feel the rush again. Every time I think about when I was young I can’t help but laugh at the crazy games we made up. I don’t think anyone has done some of the crazy things I did as a child. For example, my siblings and I used to make an indoor swing using a skipping rope and a large teddy. We used to tie the skipping rope around the bear and then tie the other end to the bannister of the stairs. Surprisingly, it worked most of the time and 70% of the time no one was hurt. My mum used to say that if there was silence in the house then we were up to no good. As you can imagine, my parents tried to keep our fizzy drink intake low or they would suffer the consequences of our hyperactivity.
Today, I thought I’d tell you a bit about myself and how Trust Sinach came to be. If you don’t already know, my name is Ihe (pronounced e-hay). My Leicester friends call me Spinachi (imagine someone saying it in a Jamaican accent and you’ve got it!) and my London friends call me Sinach or Sports. I don’t know why, but no matter where I go people automatically think EA Sports (just like the advert); I’m guessing it will stick with me forever! Continue reading →