Melbourne haul


Hi Lovelies,

So as seen in my last post, I jetted of to Melbourne for 5 days with my friends at the end of November. To commemorate the end of school, I didn't go to crazy spending money but decided to show the few things I  did purchase there.

Mink Pink dress
Price: $99.95 Sale: $35
I got this dress from Landes Warehouse ( ) I couldn't get a full picture of the dress but it has a beautiful floral print all over and is a wrap style dress which is perfect for the summer time.

Ishka - embroidered cushion $49.95 Sale:50% off $25
I Absolutely fell in love with these vibrant colours on this cushion  as soon as I saw it. The bright fun colours look amazing on my white sheets.

Colette holographic clutch
Price: $16.99 Sale: 30% off $11.89
I am obsessed with holographic and have never actually owned a clutch so this was the perfect time to get one. As you move it it reflects different colours and it's just so perfect.

Cotton on hand creams
Cool citrus & toasted coconut
Price: $9.95 each
These hand creams smell so divine, I love the scents of both citrus and coconut so these were a must. The packaging is also irresistible!!

Queen Victoria night markets stud earrings
Price: $10
Loved these earring as soon as I saw them they are copper and sparkly what more could you want, I choose the smaller size in these as I feel large earring don't suit me. Can't wait to wear these!

You, Me and Bones Noah Doll Head candle - in the scent sweet treat (pink)
Price: $25
I've been following You, Me and Bones for forever on Instagram! So when I saw they were at the big Design Market In Melbourne I was over the moon and had to go grab one! There candles are just so adorable and kind of creepy but smell so amazing and are so unique.

That's all I bought for myself in Melbourne along with a mass amount of food (lol - it was all so delicious). I also bought my mum a lil preside too, which was a rope handmade basket from The Big Design Market which looks gorgeous on her chested drawers - makes me slightly jealous because I love it so much.
Thanks so much for reading.
Kate x
Insta: @kateemay



Hello all,

Just recently I got back from my trip to Melbourne with my friends. The trip was to celebrate finishing school, I had so much fun and I am already missing Melbourne so so much.

We stayed in an apartment in the CBD through airbnb, which was right next to southern cross station. It was possibly the best location as we were right next to the free tram service and lots of shops and food places.

Some of the places we went to included Hosier Lane, N2 Gelato, Doughnut Time, Draculas, St Kilda, Queen Victoria night markets, China Town, The Big design Market - which i found on instagram and it ended up being the most amazing place it felt like i was in heaven - so many amazing handmade and unique businesses in one (and free cocktails & taste testers) + lots of shopping (so much that our feet hurt 99% of the time).

I absolutely loved Doughnut time as well as N2 Gelato - Im already desperately missing them and wishing Perth could adopt these kind of cool places (and there cheap prices). But now I'm back to reality and Perth's expensive food prices *cries*.
We visited so many places and did so much exploring and walking, here are just a few photos from my trip! Enjoy

I'll be uploading another blog post soon, showing the few things i purchased from Melbourne. I didn't buy much but everything i did buy was so beautiful, so why not!
Kate x



23rd of September 2016

So on the 23rd of September it was my last official day of year 12 and High School. The the day that everyone waits for all year apart from The ball (formal). It was a fun filled day were we saw many people for the very last time (yay) enjoyed the sun and some cloud & light rain. While jumping on bouncy castles. inflatables, a photo booth, sausage sizzle and drinks as well as a parade at the end of it.

My friends and I for along time had the idea of dressing up as the shapes from the game Tetris, we spent hours during weekends making our costumes from scratch and having heaps of fun along the way, I'll always remember the time we scampered through skip bins to find the perfect pieces of cardboard.

The day was an absolute blast and everyone had so much fun. People were dressed from tv show characters, The Kardashians, Kanye, Avatar  and more. The whole day was filled with laughs and fun, and seeing what everyone had dressed up as. The day ended with a parade down stairs flaunting of our costumes we had either created or bought and an award show to show case who really put in the effort - which luckily our handwork payed of winning us the most creative costume award! we went home with a bucket of MnMs but were slightly saddened because we had to share the bucket between 6 people. ahah.

My High School experience is finally over, next is to start a new chapter and I can't wait to see what happens next.

Kate x



This is a little throwback well big throwback to July and August when my family and I went to Singapore for a holiday. It was such an amazing trip and experience, and a great chance to see another country. As this was my first international trip, i had a fabulous time in Singapore and even got to celebrate my 18th Birthday there. I also uploaded a montage style video of my trip, please check it out Here .

Day 1 in Singapore - Wednesday 27/7/16

I left Perth, Australia and headed to Singapore! This trip to Singapore was my first overseas trip and even though the flight was only about 6hrs, I did get a bit of flight sickness taking off and during the time we experienced some bad turbulence which wasn't very fun.

DAY 2 - 28/7/16

The morning started with a feast of delicious food at our hotel buffet which was amazing with so many different foods to choose from! We then started the day with some exploring/ wandering through Singapore's CBD. Spending numerous ours by the pool sipping in possibly the best chocolate milkshake ever and a burger (hands down the best burger in the world, with a price tag to match).

In the evening we explored chinatown and went on a trishaw ride through China Town & then to Clarke Quay were we went on a fari across the Singapore river, we got to watch and experience the Marina Bay Sands light show that is put on every night! Which was absoluelty amazing experience with lots of lights and music displays - would definitely recommend if you're heading to Singapore. We also found out that the same light show could be heard and seen from our hotel balcony which was wicked. The trishaw ride was pretty crazy since we were on these kind of bike things with a man peddling us across the roads.

DAY 3 - 29/7/16

On our third day in Singapore we went to Singapore Zoo to experience breakfast with the orangutans  which we thought would be the best part of the trip but sadly didn't live up to our expectations. The tour bus that we were set to get turned up very late to hotel, leaving us waiting for a long time - this left us with very minimum time to experience breakfast with the orangutans. We expected the breakfast to be a very intimate experience - up and close with the orangotangos but were left disappointed as close to 100 people were there and out table was possibly the furtherest away. The rest of the zoo was pretty good but we all definitely felt the heat which left us chilling out in the polar bear/ antarctic area. We spent the remaining time at the zoo sitting on the train that takes you around the park due to the very humid heat and the lack of excitement between us. My favourite part of the zoo was probably all of the plants & nature as well as the penguins as there enclosure/area they were in was so cold it was a great place to rest and they were also super cute.

After our heated zoo experience ( no pun intended ) we jumped into our hotel pool to cool off. where I consumed the most amazing pina colada as well as a strawberry milkshake and possibly another burger....mmmmm

During the evening we went on another tour to Gardens by The Bay which was pretty damn cool, There is numerous gardens and these cool solar powered sculpture like things that light up at night (8pm every night) for an extraordinary light show which involves songs in different languages and lights youtube video here . enjoyed the light show while eating ice cream!

Our tour then continued to the Marina Bay Sands sky deck, which involved waiting in a line for a lift for over an hour. After a very very long wait we got to see Singapore from a 360 degree view which was very lovely at especially at night. As we left we got to see the renowned Marina Bay Sands shopping mall which had every shop I couldn't afford such as Dolce Gabbana and Chanel *cries*. To finish off the night we watched a light/ visual water show outside of the marina bay sands.

DAY 4 - 30/7/16

On this day we had a tour planned, and headed to the singapore flyer to go on the flyer, a bumboat and experienced the fish spa. While waiting for our tours to commence we looked around the Singapore flyer and headed to a fish spa, were you put your feet in these tanks and the fish nibble at your feet and apparently eat the dead skin off your feet (ew). wouldn't recommend if you're are very ticklish like me.

Bumboat - the bumboat was a tour around singapore that was an old army boat thing that drives on land and also in water! The tour guide was very funny and made sure she spoke in english just for us. The Singapore flyer - the thing we spent the whole day waiting for, we got a whole pod to ourselves and got to witness and see lots of parts of Singapore, the view was stunning from every angle and it was a very nice place to relax.

The rest of the day was spent shopping and eating.

DAY 5 - 31/7/16

This day was spent exploring, shopping, eating and visiting the bird park. We watched an awesome show at the bird park which involved lots of different species of birds which was pretty cool - love the toucan! After the bird park we relaxed by the pool and got room service for dinner which was delicious. We also found the cutest money ever, that was chilling out and abled us to get some really clear shots of him.

DAY 6 - 1/8/16

We headed to universal studios on a Monday as we thought it would be quieter than the weekend, unfortunately a whole lot of people thought the exact same thing. Lines quickly reached the 2 hour mark and eventually a few rides were shut because the lines were to long. But I thoroughly enjoyed the bus ride to Sentosa Island where Universal was located, it was incredibly beautiful and was like nothing I had experienced before. We made our most of Universal and tried to stay positive even though lots of things closed. We did however get to see some cool shows, visit the gift shops, eat at an american style diner, see the different worlds, see the hollywood stars, the castle, get Starbucks and more!

The american style diner we went to even sold iced milo's! what?!  they had them absoluelty everywhere in Singapore (looks like theres a slight obsession) but gotta say aussies win! tasted like a water down milo which I'm not a fan of. As always we finished the day by our hotel pool sipping on mocktails.

Day 7 - last full day - 2/8/16

Our last full day in Singapore happened to be my 18th Birthday, which was a great place to be (much better than school) I had the most amazing day with my family and we went to Adventure Cove which is a waterpark on Sentosa Island. It was a great day where we were kept cool and refreshed because of all the water. We spent the whole day there and then finished the day with some birthday shopping and dinner.
Thank you for reading this very long post!
Kate x

RECIPE || Spinach and feta Parcels


Here today with a recipe! since I absolutely love spinach and feta and I know a lot of other people do too, I thought i'd share this recipe i found on the back of the Woolworths homebrand puff pastry packet! Enjoy!

- 2 tbsp olive oil 
- 1 large onion, chopped 
- bunch English spinach 
- 300g ricotta cheese, crumbled 
- 1/2 bunch mint, chopped (optional)
- Salt and pepper 
- 2 eggs, beaten 
- 6 sheets of puff pastry 

Prior to cooking:
Pre-heat Oven to 180C fan forced 
and take out required sheets of puff pastry from the freezer to defrost 

1. Heat the oil in a frypan and sauce onion until softened, then set aside. 
2. Was the spinach thoroughly and steam until it is wilted. Drain, squeeze out the excess moisture and then chop finely 
3. Place the ricotta in a bowl with the crumbled feta. Add the softened onion, chopped spinach and mint (optional). Season with salt and pepper. Then stir in one beaten egg. 
4. Cut the puff pastry sheets into 4 squares 
5. Spoon approximately 2 tablespoons of cheese and spinach mix into the centre of each square. 
6. Brush the edges with water, then bring the corners of the pastry into the centre to form the parcel 
7. Set the parcels on a baking tray lined with being paper. Brush each parcel with beaten egg 
8. Repeat these steps until you finish the filling...
9. Bake in oven for approximately 20 minutes (this will vary depending on your oven)  

     Lots of love xx

Year 12 Ball


Hey guys, about a month ago it was my year 12 ball, the long awaited event that everyone is always looking forward too! I had an absolutely amazing time and enjoyed every second of it. So much preparation went into the night like the dress shopping, makeup and hair.  

My ball was held at the Perth Hyatt Hotel in the City. It was such a lovely venue, the ball was winter wonderland themes and the ball room was dressed to that theme and even had a blow up igloo with snow cones! what?!! 

I decided to narrow it down to just a few pictures as we ended up with over 200+ photos! Photos also include my 6 best friends who all looked incredible on the night and well they still do! 

                             Lots of love xx