About Me

Hello and welcome to the Petite Girl’s Guide to… well just about anything in life really!

I like to talk about anything, from fashion, beauty and wardrobe ideas, to lifestyle tips and advice, all from things that I’ve learnt about myself. I don’t ever claim to be an expert, but I hope I can impart some wisdom to everyone reading!

I thought I would introduce myself so you can get to know me better. My name is Steph, I’m in my twenties and I’m from the U.K. As the title suggests, I’m only 5 foot tall, but I want to inspire you to do more than the (supposed!) limits that your height may give you. I definitely get this from my quarter Thai and quarter Chinese backgrounds. Interestingly, I’m also a quarter German and English too.

Interesting facts about me… I know that one day I would love to be financially free. And if I could be in that position, I would love to spend more time exploring the world. Adventure excites me, with the possibilities of experiencing new cultures, and seeing places that look like a dream, well it would be a dream!

I would love to do more to be more sustainable and conscious, so having more free time could definitely help me contribute more to it! Sitting in a woodland observing wildlife is something I could do all day!

At the end of the day, we all want to enjoy a nice lifestyle, and I like to think it can be achieved. So I hope that we can all come together and help each other reach that goal!

Thank you for visiting… see you soon!

29 Replies to “About Me”

  1. Great to hear you.. So much of positive vibes.. Wish you all the good luck to achieve everything you want..πŸ˜‡
    Stay blessedπŸ˜‡
    Stay safe, healthy and happy always
    And i liked those pics as well..πŸŒΌπŸŒΌπŸ’

  2. Its good to put a face to the name. Im enjoying your blog although im playing catch up so bear with me. Im spinning a lot of plates right now.
    Where in the UK are you from? Im from Liverpool but im currently living in Vietnam

      1. I was in Uni with a girl from brighton called Izzie dymock but then Brightons a big place. What are you doing for work as well as blogging?

      2. Im teaching english in Vietnam. Ive been here 13 months now? Hey do you have facebook? If so please ass me Arlo Bailey it would make it much easier to talk

  3. Good to know you Steph and all the best for your wish to travel and see the world. You really don’t have to wait to be financially free 😊

    You have such interesting hereditary πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

  4. Hi Steph, love your pictures and you telling us more about yourself! My wardrobe doesn’t show it, but I too love wardrobe ideas, conscious fashion choices, and beauty ideas. So much fun!!
    I look forward to reading more of your posts and thank you for following my blog. I’m following yours too. Take care and have a lovely start to the autumn season. πŸ™‚

      1. I think we all have our own styles and that should be good enough!! There’s so much in the media of how we should look or wear. They’re good suggestions to help find the products you want and to help build a solid wardrobe, but I think we should express our funky side too and have fun. I know…easier said than done! I struggle with this.
        Take care Steph and have a wonderful start to a new week!

      2. This year has made me revisit my closet and wear things that I’ve forgotten about. I rarely wear skirts, but ahhhhhh, what the heck, I’ve been wearing them. Kind of puts me in better spirits! I even cut my own hair and just went all funky. What the heck?!
        Take care… πŸ™‚

  5. Hiya,
    Love this… and I certainly hear you on all things wildlife – there’s nothing quite like it.
    Oh, and I’m part German too haha – but you’re certainly a more interesting mix than me – beautiful lady πŸ™‚
    Nice to meet you xo

  6. Thank you so much for following my blog. I too am short. Just five feet, one and one half inches. I am also 68 years old and have made peace with my height many years ago. Actually, I find being small to be of benefit. My shoes last longer as do my clothes. The chair I sit in wears out more slowly than my husband’s (he’s six feet and two inches), etc.
    I look forward to reading more from you.

    1. Thank you Dianne, that is very interesting to hear! It’s great that you’ve made peace with your height, it’s just a part of who we are. And I like to hear that our clothes can last longer, that’s a good thing too!

  7. Thank you for becoming a follower of my blog. I appreciate people taking time out their busy days to read my craziness. My wife was born and raised in Essex, so I have knowledge of England through her experiences. Wishing you the very best.

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