Louise Joy

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30 year old writer/blogger/adventurer. Energy drink addict, music enthusiast. I also write for @invictamag & @circusmag1

Location Luton, Bedfordshire
Country United Kingdom
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Got the tree up this week 🎄 of course it's nowhere near as good as mum used to do them 😂 but I think we did alright. Thank you dad for all the lovely decorations, tree and personalized baubles for our the first Christmas in our new/first home 💕

My favourite artists to see live - Formidable Joy

I’ve been to so many gigs in my lifetime and when it came to seeing my favourite bands multiple times, I was scared it would get to the point where shows just didn’t have that excitement anymore. In recent years, I’ve found seeing this band live has always been a great experience. Much like Bowling For Soup, they’re very stripped back and basic: apart from frontman John O’Callaghan encouraging a member of the crowd to get on stage and sing one of their top hits with them, they essentially just perform – and talk to the crowd. Do you have any bands you’ve seen so many times but still love the show or experience something new each time?

Tiny Louise or giant chair?

Hello April - Formidable Joy

It’s already received rave reviews, so this is one I’ll definitely be taking the time to see. At the time of writing this (it’s kind of hard writing these sort of posts so far in advance! ) I can’t believe I’m away whilst it’s back – especially after that massive cliffhanger at the end of the last season! So far, at the time of writing, I’ve only heard three songs from the album (Numb Without You, My Best Habit and Broken Hearts) which are amazing, so naturally, the rest of the album is going to be just as good.

31st birthday plans 🤘🏻 A good book, cake* and my sister's beautifully packaged Christmas truffles. *do you think I'll get told off if I eat the entire thing to myself in the bath?!

5 experiences I'm looking forward to in America - Formidable Joy

There’s so much I’m looking forward to, from trying the classic American junk food like In-N-Out burger and meeting so many cute American guys (with their amazing accent of course). From what I’ve gathered, we’ve got The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and The Mummy ride (yay! ), but not the famous Jurassic Park ride that everyone talks about. I’ve heard Joshua Tree is beautiful (I mean, even my fave’s The Maine recorded there), so I’m sure the hiking will be worth it. I’ve tried to include experiences from all over our planned trip, but being that we haven’t yet done much research into Tijuana or San Digo, most of these experiences take place around Vegas/LA.

Excited to show Shaun The Nightmare Before Christmas at @voacinema for my early birthday plans! It's so cute and romantic here 😍 #voacinema

6 European music festivals worth travelling for - Formidable Joy

It’s only been a few years since I started going to proper music festivals but since my first time at Reading in 2016, I’ve never looked back. Rock am Ring (German for Rock at the ring) is one of the largest music festivals held in Germany (alongside Rock im Park) and is normally at the top of the bucket list for many rock ‘n’ roll fans. Offering acts such as Bring Me The Horizon, Limp Bizkit, Florence + The Machine and Thirty Seconds to Mars across five days, Electric Castle also combines music with technology and art installations too, for when you fancy a bit of variety. Get yourself a job at the job centre (and don’t forget the office Christmas party! ) and spend your evenings checking out the variety of acts at quirky stages/districts such as Diss-order Alley (ska, punk and metal against a background of a run down and graffiti-covered city), Forest parties (for acid techno amongst colourful trippy deco beyond hidden forest pathways) and, new for 2019, Area 404 – who knows what this is going to bring.

How cute is our new doormat? It's the first festive thing I've bought for the house (inspired by my love of sausages dogs obviously) and I absolutely love it.. especially as I'm wondering if and/or when we'll even get the chance to go out and buy some decorations? Luckily we've got some spare Christmas tree ornaments on hold from my Dad & his partner..but we haven't even got a tree yet 🙈🎄 Here's hoping I can transform this place into a winter wonderland (just like my mum used to) soon!

What is it about turning 30 that makes me suddenly enjoy going on autumn/winter walks, drinking wine and upcycling furniture? 😂 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I haven't actually left the house for over a week now due to my NHS app warning me I'd been in contact with someone who had tested positive for Covid-19 (I hadn't. I'm okay!), so I'm looking forward to getting out and about on a winter walk next weekend as well as celebrating my birthday a little early!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Luckily I live only a few minutes drive away from Lodge Lake*, so have a lovely place to explore and enjoy some fresh air right on my doorstep! Where are your favourite places to go on walks around Milton Keynes? *This isn't a photo of Lodge Lake, this picture was actually taken at Centreparcs, Woburn, a few years ago!

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