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Hello 2020!!

Hello everyone,

Happy new year! As we begin the first year of a new decade I wanted to simply thank you all for your continued support. 2019 was a year of growth for Looking Back and whilst my posting schedule was limited in 2019, due to last year being one of the busiest years of my life so far, I really enjoyed uploading to this small but growing blog!



I really want 2020 to be Looking Back’s best year yet! I have lots of ideas and I am open to blog requests from you guys so please feel free to email me or dm me on my Instagram or simply comment below if there is a particular Scoliosis post you would like to see. I’m hoping to post more content this year both on here and over on my instagram @itslooking_back  so make sure to follow me.


Once again thank you for an amazing year! I cannot wait to see what 2020 holds.


Looking Back xoxo

My vacation to Mexico 2019

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Hello everyone,

It has been awhile since my last post, however I wanted to upload my photo post from Mexico 2019 before the end of the year. I really hope you enjoy looking at some of my favourite photos from Mexico. I hope that my photography captures the beauty of the North American country!





















Scoliosis explained....

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Hello everyone,


As I am sure you are aware I often blog about a condition known as Scoliosis. I wanted to break down what Scoliosis is and hopefully help spread awareness to anyone who may click on this post completely unaware of the condition. Hopefully this blog post acts as a social catalyst to spread the word about the condition.

Scoliosis simply is the abnormal curvature of the spine, in pretty much any direction e.g. you can have S shaped curves like mine which mean you have essentially an S shaped spine which has two counteracting curves on either side. An S shaped curve can consist of two or three curves in the spine, the most common is two curves creating the stereotypical S shape. The other type of curvature is C shaped, this curvature consists of one curve that can be to the left, right or forwards (often creating a hunched back)

Scoliosis can occur at any age, however it occurs more frequently between the ages of 10-15 and is usually idiopathic (the cause is unknown), alt…

Iceland April 2019

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Hello everyone,

I went to Iceland  awhile ago now and I wanted to share a photography post again, as I did with the previous trips I have gone on. I find these posts are more interesting and aesthetically pleasing to look at as they are a visual representation of the trip.




































I really enjoyed Iceland, I would definitely recommend going and visiting if you are currently thinking about it. Thank you so much for looking at these photos and I hope it has given you a visual for what a trip to Iceland looks like.

Looking Back xoxo