I love this time of year! If you are in the market for some new make up or are looking for some stocking fillers for friends and family now is the time to head to Boots! Today I replaced my Max Factor foundation £12.99 and bought a mini nail varnish £4.99 and received a… Continue reading Its free gift time again at Boots!
So I hinted in my last post that I’d made a big change…and I did! Welcome Gunnar! He is a super cute border collie / black lab cross that we picked up from a local farm a few weeks ago. I had underestimated how much work was involved with bringing home a puppy – waking up… Continue reading and then there was three…
Have you ever had one of those moments when you think “I got this, I’m a grown up!”? I have recently and it was over the most ridiculous thing…I placed an online supermarket shop. It was Friday night, I was home and placed an order. That was it. But the impact really shook me up.… Continue reading Getting my sh*t together
I love reading beauty recommendations and thought I would share some of mine. By definition I think a ‘favourite’ ought to be something you wear regularly and have repurchased more than once. Clarins Beauty Flash Balm is both. I first bought the flash balm for my wedding. I’d stopped at a Clarins counter to ask… Continue reading Favourite Beauty Buys: Clarins Beauty Flash Balm
I don’t know about you but a bit of sunshine and suddenly everything starts to feel old and I want shiny new things! I had a bit of a spree in boots last week, all ‘drugstore’ purse friendly buys – many on offer! Bourjois City Radiance skin protecting foundation This has an anti-pollution screen,… Continue reading Drugstore makeup for Spring
Thinking about considered purchases I did quite well, even if I did spend more than I usually do! The Trainers When I was 15 I saved up my wages from waitressing and bought a pair of white and lime green Nike Cortez trainers. I wore them until they fell apart. I wore them… Continue reading March buys
I find skincare confusing. I read lots of blogs that seem to just recommend throwing money at creams but my skin is so tempemental that sometimes, no matter how well recommended, they just don’t suit me and it goes to waste. I read about Good Things in the Sali Hughes’ column for the Guardian.… Continue reading Repeat purchases: Good Things skincare