In September I unintentially managed to do a full month of being makeup free. Give or take a day or 3.
I’d love to say I have makeup free days to let my skin breathe and yada yada. But truthfully it’s because some days I’m just far too lazy to slather stuff on my face.
I had a post all set to go up on the 27th August. All about how we were starting to look for a new house. Something a bit bigger than ours, with a garden. Potentially a forever home.
Here I am, with that post 100% not published but actually already in the process of surveys & solicitors.
We spotted a house on rightmove and set up a viewing. I remember before we got our first home around 5 years ago. We must have viewed over 10 houses before we fell in love with the one we call home.
So, we went out on a limb with going to see this house. We hadn’t even checked if we’d be able to get a mortgage (but more about that another time).
Turns out, we both fell in love with it. I tried to have my sensible head on as the house needs quite a lot of work. I’m currently calling it the green house as everything in it seems to be different shades of it.
Green carpets, emerald shiny wallpaper, niiiiiiice, ey?
I fell off the health band wagon as soon as we set off on our Eurotrip! I clearly just can’t say no to all the bread and cheese, sorry.
I’d been doing quite well and I’d lost a fair bit and was on my way to reaching my first goal. But holidays like that are once in a lifetime kinda things and I wasn’t willing to be all ‘oh no I can’t eat that’ about someone offering me a macaron!
I love visiting quaint little cafes for afternoon tea. Not that it’s a major past time for me but it’s definitely something I enjoy doing when I can.
Something I’d never actually tried to do myself before was recreate and afternoon tea setup at home.
I’ve been wanting to share my morning/evening routine on here for a while now. I didn’t necessarily want to do a generic this is what I do post.
I love watching routine videos on YouTube and I’d probably go as far as saying some of them are my favourite ones to watch! I stumbled across this tag on Rosie Mae Aroha’s blog and thought it was a slightly different way of letting you in to what I do!
It seems like every woman and her dog has started a bullet journal this year!
Planning & Scrapbooking is something I’ve always had an interest in but bullet journalling pretty much combines the two, kind of.
I’ve been wanting to start a one for a while now, and even though I’ve still not committed to a £10 notepad.
In the meantime I’m just drooling over planner instagrammers & pinterest posts.
The August Birchbox came in a little bag and not a box which pleases me a lot!
I’ve been getting the little birchbox for a while now. Although it’s my first subsciption box thingy so I have nothing to compare it to, I blooming love it. It’s like a mini Christmas every time I receive it, and who doesn’t love getting presents?!