This is a much more personal post than usual, so be nice! I’m careful about what I share online, but some things are important to talk about. Which is why I want to talk about my phobia.
Finding things to do in London can be overwhelming – it’s fair to say you’re spoilt for choice. Here’s a neat little itinerary we tried out recently – perfect if you just have one day in the capital.
It’s such a blogging cliché, but I love Lush. I’m very much a bath person and find it a great way to relax – even better with a colourful bath bomb fizzing away.
So I was very excited to be able to go to my first Lush event last week.
The whole night was basically designed to help us get to know Lush a little better. Here are some of the things I discovered.
So I thought it might be fun to think about the places we DON’T want to visit. Of course, lots of people love these places and I’m not saying they’re not amazing destinations – they’re just not for me.
Whenever I’m lucky enough to get to Sephora, I’m all about the sheet masks. Although they are starting to become available in the UK, we haven’t quite caught up. Plus, they’re super suitcase friendly. Win win!
If there’s one topic that unites and enrages bloggers more than any other, it’s Instagram.
Here’s why Instagram gets my goat, but why I just can’t walk away…
When I learnt Spanish at school, technology didn’t play much of a part. Doing listening exercises from CDs and visiting the BBC Bitesize website was as technological as it got.
Fast forward a fair few years and I’m picking up my Spanish again, but this time there are so many creative ways to practise. Here are some of my favourites.