Shelley Morecroft

A Petite Fashion Blog.

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5 Tips to overcome the bloggers/writing block - no more writer's block! 

That dreaded feeling when you sit down, get everything ready to write a new blog post but nothing happens- guess it had to happen one day, right? The last few weeks I felt a bit demotivated and couldn't quite put my finger on it. Where has that creative spark gone? The one that usually doesn't let me sleep at night because my brain won't stop coming up with new blog post ideas? I expected it to happen at some point, considering that for the last few months I published two blog posts a week. But once it did happen I felt so useless, a full-time blogger who couldn't blog? The pressure of regularly producing entertaining blog posts had gotten to me - I was getting worried which lead to me not focusing. Funny enough, it took me a week just to write this.

But to tackle this issue I have come up with 5 Tips that helped me to overcome the writer's/bloggers block issue; read them below.


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5 Tips and Tricks to overcome the bloggers/writing block. 


For me, the main issue was to recognise that I had put myself under a lot of pressure; the pressure of delivering high-quality content every week. Once the cause is clear you can work on a solution.


1. Step away and take a break
I was sitting on my laptop trying to write a post for good 3 hours. In that time I wrote one sentence, ONE SENTENCE only. There was clearly no point in continuing this disaster blog post, so I instead turned my mac off, got my camera and took some photos. Tackling my writer's block with another creative task was my way of overcoming it. I have always been a very creative person, it's my way of letting off steam. So when I felt a little bit overwhelmed with my regular blogging I decided to take a 7-day break and just took photos. I went out to just be creative without the pressure of having to deliver content. My problem was to remember why I started this again, which was for my personal reason and not just to deliver blog posts.

If you are feeling the same way as me, just take some time off. I know it's hard to do when blogging is your job, but at the end of the day don't you rather have high-quality content instead of some half decent stuff?


2. Eliminate distractions
I get so easily distracted, especially when I work by myself. I'm one of those people who work best when surrounded by people. However, that is not always going to be possible so I instead turn off my phone and use my iPad to stream Tv shows. I always need a sound playing in the background when I work alone to keep me going, whether it's Uni work or a blog post.

Whatever your distractions are, eliminate them and find something that helps you work. In my case it's TV. I actually always do the opposite language of what I'm writing, so when I'm writing in English I would watch German Tv and vice versa. 


3. Change your writing location
I usually sit on my bed to do my work, however, I sometimes like to switch things up and go to a coffee shop instead - so stereotypical right, aha? A change of scenery can do wonders to your creative spark; it does to me! 


4. Find a topic you are passionate about
You know that feeling when you are writing about a topic that needs to be covered but maybe doesn't spark your creativity as much? Take a break from that one and instead find a topic that gets you flowing. Once you start writing about a topic that really passionates everything else will just fall into place. 


5. Don't start writing and think 'this must be amazing'
Nothing that stops me more than sitting down and thinking to myself' 'this better be amazing'. Remind yourself that not every piece you will publish will be the best piece you've ever written; lift the pressure by removing the pressure.

I like to write for myself, it makes me feel good. Not every piece has to be Harry Potter Standards and once I realised that my block was gone and this is the result.

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Top: Pretty Lavish
Skirt: Missguided
Shoes: New Look
Bag: Zara
Sunglasses: Zara
Belt: H&M


A massive thank you to the talented Ollie Burton for taking these stunning photos xoxo 




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Getting Party ready in my new Boohoo Premium Dress

It's nearly the weekend which means cocktails, dancing and breakfast in bed on a Sunday (personally my favourite part). But before it comes to the dancing part you will have to first decide on the perfect outfit, find the correct lipstick that goes with the dress and assign who picks the best tunes for the 'pre-getting-ready-party'.

It's Humpday today which means you can still find the perfect dress (with next day delivery) before Friday/Saturday, so why not have a look at the new Boohoo Premium Section?! - The collection for when the every day won't do.

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 10 Tips for getting Party Ready


Getting ready can be so stressful, so bearing that in mind I have shared my favourite tips and trick below to help anyone get ready with ease: 


1. Shower and Shave in the morning. 
Before a night out I will always shower and shave in the morning so that I can save 45 minutes in the evening and use that time to actually get my hair done probably. 

2. Picking the right outfit
It's way easier if you do this the night or even days before; I always do this if I know I have something planned. The thing I hate the most is to not feel comfortable in what I'm wearing and it's such a time saver too! Decide before and you can avoid any last minute outfit disasters. 


3. Invite your friends over
For a fun night out I always meet up with my friends before so that we can listen to music, do our hair and makeup together whilst gossiping about boys - such a cliche. 

4. Don't pack your bag last minute
Pack your bag before you go out and not when the taxi is outside, leaving it so last minute will more likely cause you to forget something important.

5. Don't get distracted
Personally, this always happens to me; one minute I will do my eyeliner and the next I'll be sitting there watching cat videos and forgetting the time. Move your phone away and concentrate on getting ready on time to not annoy your friends for being late; again. 


6. Meal Prep
Eat before you go out; find the time or eat whilst doing your hair - basically what I always do. But going out without food is never a good idea. 


7. Do lips last
To guarantee that my lipstick will look amazing for as long as possible I only ever apply minutes before we leave the house or take selfies


8.  Curl your hair, fix it with hairspray and leave it in a bun until you leave

9.  Lasting Makeup
For a night of dancing you want to make sure that your makeup last as long as possible, you will, therefore, need to prepare your skin beforehand and use primers and fixation sprays. 


10. Check your bag
Before you go, check that you have everything from bank card to lipstick and change for the taxi.



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Restaurant and Spa Review: Spa Seekers at The Mayfair Hotel 

I'm the kind of person who stresses before the stress. It's a never ending circle that is not only extremely exhausting but can ruin any good day. It's a habit - A habit that needs changing. I believe that I have programmed my brain in a way to associate certain situations with stress. For example, certain assignments at Uni can be extremely stressful whereas others I find quite enjoyable. But my brain always connects assignments with stress, meaning I can't enjoy writing the ones that actually interest me. So just the thought of writing my dissertation is getting me stressed; I am therefore stressing about a situation I won't need to worry about for at least another 3/4 months.


I stress about stress before there's stress to stress about. 


One trick that helps me with my stressful habit is to disconnect myself. A good balance between work, uni and relaxation are important to maintain a more stress-free life. Luckily I didn't have to wait too long until I was able to get away from my busy everyday life and relax at the stunning Mayfair Hotel Spa, thanks to the amazing people from the SpaSeekers

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The Mayfair Hotel Restaurant

I love tapas style food. I'm the kind of a person who struggles to eat a full plate at a restaurant and instead of letting it go to waste finishes it all and later on complaints about tummy aches... Whereas with small plates, you can pick around, try different mains and most importantly share. Eating is fun, but enjoying a good meal surrounded by amazing people is much more satisfying.

The price point for these range between £10-20, however, they are worth every penny. The food quality is extremely high, the flavour exceptional; I could easily eat it every single night until the end of my days. We had a lovely champagne to compliment our stunning selection of tapas and were, later on, able to try some of their delicious cocktails too.

You can see a lovely selection of different foods in the photo; from a mushroom risotto to a spinach salad and chilly king prawns. 

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The Mayfair Hotel Spa

We all need a break sometimes; life is hectic and can really run us down at times. So why not take the day off and relax in a spa? I have never felt as relaxed before as I did on that day. Not only because of the spa treatment but also because of how lovely everyone had welcomed us. Each staff member took their time to get to know us and made sure we were all satisfied with the food and drink selection, whilst telling us more about what they do. It was a fun evening, full of laughter, joy and relaxation.

If you are planning a spa day; make sure to check out the Mayfair Hotel. Their amazing selection of massages followed by a nap in the relaxation room will diminish any stress & in case that won't do; they also have a beautiful selection of champagne.

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This post was written in collaboration with the SpaSeekers and the Mayfair Hotel. However, all my views are my own. 
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Blogging Buddies - The Importance of Blogger Friends.

I actually never really had any blogging buddies until recently and now I'm wondering how I ever survived without them? Having people in your life that are in the same industry as you makes everything easier. You both understand each other and get what you are going through. It can be tough talking to non-blogger friends about how annoying certain things are. They just don't have the same knowledge about it, which is perfectly okay of course.

Remember those days when your parents told you not to talk to strangers on the internet? Funny enough, because my closest friends are all people I've met through Instagram. That one app has not only given me a career but also directed some of the most amazing people to my page, which has resulted in some fantastic and very close friendships. 


Blogging connects people - It's a community that sticks together and supports. 


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4 Reasons why you need Blogging Friends

When you first start out you might find it difficult connecting with other bloggers or even scary. However, they are so friendly and will welcome you with open arms. Whenever I get a message from people asking me something I will always try to reply and help them - I would like to know that someone would have done the same for me. You give and get back, it's the mutual respect and understanding of how hard it is to grow a following. Having someone by your side going through the exact same thing just makes it more worthwhile and you can sit there together, take photos of your brunch and eat it once it's cold - who else would happily do that other than a fellow blogger, haha!

1. The support
OMG, the support. It's insane how much love there is in this community. I see my friend do amazing and everyone will congratulate, obviously there will always be the odd one throwing shade but haters gonna hate, right?? You upload a banging pic of yourself and you'll have all your babes commenting on it to support you.


2. Healthy competition
Some people may not agree, but at the end of the day, we are all each others competition. However, in this case, I think it's actually very healthy. Personally, whenever I see my friends create amazing content it leads to me improving myself. It's like a chain of all of us inspiring each other to do better, but very subconsciously.


3. Blogging Politics
It's not always fun and games. Blogging is a serious business too. It's tough because there are so many of us out there, but it's worth it. However, there will always be times when you are unsure how to respond to an email, or someone is being an arse to you on social media or anything else. But that is when your true blogging friends come into the picture. They will guide you and help you make an informed decision on how to proceed.


4. A different perspective
My Instagram feed is like a puzzle for me, everything has to fit. But sometimes you get so carried away and just end up hating it - I do anyway. It's then nice to turn to your friends and ask for criticism or support because you feel a bit lost. Same with my blog. They have a different perspective and can, therefore, give me better advice. Having a new pair of eyes look at something can do wonders to your view on it as well. Don't hesitate to ask your blogging babes for some help on which pictures to pick, or if it fits your theme and so on.



Thank you, Victoria (philorose) for being the best Instagram Buddy.

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Oversharing is not caring - the negatives of oversharing 


As a blogger, you always feel the need to be relatable. You want people to read your post and feel the same, yet at the same time, you want to maintain some sort of a privacy. I personally am not someone who you would consider an 'open book'. Most of my friends know the superficial problems; Instagram follow/unfollow thing or people not saying thank you for my help. However, whenever it comes to my blog I feel like writing down every single problem I have, I want to share what I'm going through and find like-minded people to talk to.

It's all different these days, I know what my old neighbour had for breakfast despite not having talked to them for years and just saw my old BFF get in her fifth relationship since January. Social Media has changed the world. 

The main issue with oversharing on social media is that other people get dragged into your dirty laundry. As much as I want to put everything I'm going through on my blog I won't be able to do so without hurting others along the way. Writing about what I feel is like my therapy; shopping makes me feel good for some hours, but with writing about I feel a sense of relieve. 

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We need to think to ourselves: "At what point am I invading someone else's privacy?". Yes, sharing your problems has become much more socially acceptable. But if the problems are related to a relationship you are not only publicising your issues, but also the ones from the other person. Whether it's a sister, friend or love relationship. We can't treat our social media like a diary, certain things should be left unsaid. Just because I don't air all my shit online doesn't mean that my life is just rainbows and unicorns. We all have our shit behind our filtered feeds and cute tweets; we might all be more messed up than we show on social media.


Social Media is a permanent record of what we have done - the internet doesn't forget. 


I want to tell my story, I want to show my personality and be that 'relatable blogger', but it's not always my story to tell. I can't hurt people for my own satisfaction or lose relationships over this. Before you share anything on social media think of the consequences, could this potentially come back and bite you in the bum? We can still be relatable and authentic bloggers without putting all our issues on social media. But remember that just because we make our lives look so glamorous, it doesn't mean everything is as amazing as it seems. Don't compare your life to the one of a filtered blogger's Instagram feed. 

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How much is too much I wonder? There is no real answer, only a personal preference. But always remember that it's not always your dirty laundry you are airing on social media.



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Shirt Dress: Missy Empire
Belt: Asos
Bag: Zara
Watch: Daniel Wellington 



A massive thank you to the talented Yusuk for taking these stunning photos xoxo 

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