Welcome to ‘unravel a pretty puzzle’…



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Hello there everyone, my name is Kayleigh. Welcome and thank you for taking the time to come and explore my world of interest.

I am a twenty-four year old North East born blogger who graduated from University in November 2014, with a BA (Hons) in Multimedia Journalism (2:1).


I became inspired to set up my blog in 2014, after exploring a variety online. My online bubble is styled in a diary format. I am able to share with you guys… experiences in life, things I love, my take on fashion and more – and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

So step inside and take a look in to my little world of blogging.

I hope you enjoy – and feel free to drop me some comments πŸ™‚

Thanks guys!



Also,Β if you ever want to pop by for a chat, why not get in touch with me, via any of the following:

Twitter: @KayleighCarr

Instagram: unravelaprettypuzzle

Email: Kayleigh_C1993@live.co.uk

It’s a good feeling, when you enjoy it!


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AS MANY of you may already know, yesterday was my first day volunteering at the hospital, so I thought I’d give you guys a quick little update on how it actually went. 

First up, I have to say, I absolutely loved it! I was made to feel so welcome, upon my arrival and got introduced to a lovely volunteer, named Val. She had an incredibly bubbly and enthusiastic personality, and she instantly made me feel at ease by painting a smile on my face. 

Together we pulled the trolley out and filled it with endless amounts of refreshements, from drinks, to sweets, to crisps, to newspapers, to magazines, and even a few cuddly toys. 

8.45am struck, and that exact time forced Val to say, ‘right let’s go’. At that point, nerves, again, shot through every single part of me. I was completely unaware of what to expect. I was about to be faced with people feeling unwell, people needing care and support and people maybe looking for a ‘pick me up’. 

We started our journey on a few of many elderly wards. Greeted by plenty of old souls, my heart poured out to all unwell. 

As we went on, I witnessed patients from the elderly, to the young… one another trying to support each other.

According to Val, I seemed to pick the ropes of the voluntary work up very quickly, which I was thrilled about.

I, for three hours, offered out refreshments to patients, attended to their needs by providing the purchase, and even lent out a help in hand when it came to taking out their money. 

This voluntary role gave me a real insight in to what life in a hospital is actually like. It allowed me to see the world from a different light. 

I am astoundingly grateful for this amazing opportunity given to me, by the Royal Voluntary Service, and I already can’t wait for next Saturday, to do it all again! 

Buzzing after being given an amazing opportunity (ft. a good ol’ Snapchat filter)

I’m going to be a volunteer


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TOMORROW will be my first day exploring the wards, helping those in need and hopefully, helping to make a difference… Volunteering at a hospital is something I have always aspired to do, and now I have finally been given the amazing opportunity. A voluntary trolley assistant, is what I’m going to be – long story short, I’ll be offering a soothing hot drink to the patients, and hopefully I’ll manage to put a smile on their faces.

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Let’s share some love


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EVENING GUYS, I hope you’re all having a fabulous weekend so far! What does this fine Saturday evening hold for you, what’s your plans for tonight? Will it be a lush chilled night at home, snuggled on the sofa, awaiting for your favourite takeaway to arrive, or will it be a night on the town, with your favourite ‘lads’ or ‘lasses’, (as we mackems say haha)!?

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What inspires you?


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AS a sophisticated blogger, there are several quotes which become to inspire me every single day. Out there, people are stating facts, not fiction. Out there, people are teaching us the realities of life. And out there, people are showing us that life is so precious, and we only get one shot at it.

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We will never forget!


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HEARTS AND SOULS around the world were warmed by his touch, warmed by his smile, and warmed by his fight throughout. Yesterday, we silenced in memory of an incredible little boy, a boy we will never forget, and a boy who stole the hearts of our nation – Bradley Lowery! #theresonlyonebradleylowery

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