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Monday, 29 October 2012

I am on YouTube!!!

Good Evening!

Little bit of an announcement today...

I am on Youtube =o!!!!

Here is the link to my first video, a "What's in my handbag?" video.

I haven't embedded it simply because I daren't!

So yeah, if you want to give it a watch, just click the link. I was quite nervous but I hope to improve on this quickly.

If you have any feedback it would be much appreciated.

So, until next time... :)
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Sunday, 28 October 2012

(OOTD) £2 Bargains at Dotty P's

Good Afternoon!

I hope everyone is enjoying a lazy Sunday, after the week I had, I could not wait to just curl up this weekend and hibernate! I seemed to have picked a perfect weekend for it, what with the snow and all!

Anyway, this week was not all doom and gloom as I happened to come across the most AMAZING sale at Dorothy Perkins. I think this promotion was only in my local store, due to the fact that Burton's menswear is going to be sharing the shop with them, but anyway, they were have a £2 sale...yes, that's right £2!

When I saw this in the window I thought it was only going to be jewellery, but no, CLOTHES AS WELL!!!!

I am trying to live very frugally at the moment, my overdraft cries every day, so I am really trying hard to not spend money, but at £2 an item PLUS student have to have a look don't you!

Anyway, here are my bargains...

I am actually currently wearing this, so I guess it counts as an OOTD as well:

-Squirrel Top: £2 Dorothy Perkins (super chuffed that this is a size 8!!!)
-Floral Leggings: £2 Dorothy Perkins
-Wooly Socks: £2 Primark

Yes, today's outfit cos me £6, and yes, I am proud of that fact :)

I also picked up this gorgeous lilac denim jacket for, you guessed it, £2.

And this little number, I love this so much and it goes so well with the jacket, carrying on the price trend, this was also £2.

So I guess you could say I got 2 outfits for £8, which in my opinion is pretty good going! The sale didn't last very long, (obviously!), so I was very pleased I happened to be wandering passed that day.

So there we have it, I swear I am going to try and get in to posting more regularly, I am just having a bit of a rough time getting used to my new routine and things, but I'll get there eventually!

Until next time... :)

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Sunday, 14 October 2012

OOTD Day at the Races (with cake!)

Good Evening!

Did any of you just watch Felix Baumgartner jump from the edge of space?? Amazing to watch something so breathtaking.

So, as I mentioned on my Facebook, I have been to the races this weekend. We were so lucky with the weather, not so lucky with the horses, I didn't win a penny :( We still had a great time though!

Anyway, I thought I would share my OOTD with you:

Fascinator: Ebay (£6.99 bargain!!!)
Fur Coat- Vintage
Belt- Primark
Cardigan- New Look
Dress- Michael Kors (£40 down from £250 Bargain!!!!!)
Shoes- L K Bennett

So yeah, we had a fab day! I also want to show you the ace cake and buns Rosie and Sam made for me: 

So I don't know if I have mentioned before that I am a huge fan of Simon's Cat or not, but I am :) And Rosie and Sam made this wonderful marble rainbow cake for me! It tastes delicious and looks fab! As an added surprise... 

50 SHADES OF GREY CUPCAKES!!!! Personally I think these are amazing! I was not expecting these at all but I think they are fab. I loved the books and, although they were admittedly poorly written, I was still hooked in to the craze. I happen to think other books in this genre are better, such as Sylvia Day's "Bared to You" but that's beside the point. These cupcakes are amazing! The lips are my favourite!

So if you want to see more by my extremely talented sister please visit their new Facebook Page. They are now making cakes and other baked goods to order, so please go and check them out!

So that's it for today. Had a lovely pyjama day after a hectic day yesterday. So time for some Sunday night TV and an early night for me!

Until next time... :)
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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Leeds Adventures

Good Afternoon!

I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. I am having a lazy Sunday afternoon after having a night at university pretending to be a fresher. Needn't have bothered because all the freshers were in bed before the third years and graduates (me) anyway!

So anyway, I thought I would share a little of my Leeds adventure this week with you. I didn't really get up to that much, just visited a couple of my old favourite places from when I lived there, and had a date with Primark. Things might appear on here in bits and pieces, I am not going to do a haul because most of it was boring and for work anyway.

So I just have a couple of snaps to share with you...

A quick OOTD for you:

Jumper- CC (a brand usually associated with an older audience but I love this jumper loads!)
Belt- Primark
Skirt- Primark
Leggings- Primark
Bag- River Island

(I do realise I need my roots doing, having them done this week!)

Lovely snap of the Victoria Quarter, I love this place its so opulent and beautiful.

Blatant posing with the Victoria Quarter sign!

We rounded the trip up at Starbucks. I met up with a friend and we just chilled and drank hot chocolates :)

So there we have it. I should really start taking some pictures of things I want to put on eBay.

So until next time...
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Sunday, 30 September 2012

Quick Tip Today...

So after a busy weekend I love nothing more than a bit of me time, so here is how I spend my Sunday night, watching X Factor, with a glass of white...

Yes, this is clingfilm on my legs. And why you ask? Well its a little beauty trick courtesy of Sam

So after having a lovely bath and shaving my pins, I usually get very sore legs and very rashy, which let's face it, is not attractive. So Sam suggested I tried lathering on the moisturiser and wrapping my legs in clingfilm over night, so that's exactly what I did. And guess what? My legs felt lovely! Yes they are still a bit itchy, but all in all they feel better. My current moisturiser of choice is Simple Derma Intensive Relief, which is suitable for excema and other skin conditions.

So yeah, if you get shavers rash you should maybe try this cheap little trick and see if it works for you :)

Anyway, back to watching X Factor, so until next time :)
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Saturday, 29 September 2012

A few life updates and adventures

Good Afternoon, I hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday :)

So I thought I would share some little updates and things I have been doing, with you, now everything has calmed down a bit.

Well I mentioned in summer that I have a new job in a department store. Since then I have moved into the stock room to manage deliveries and I am quite enjoying it. It can be stressful, and it doesn't sound very glamourous, but I have a lot of responsibility, and I am always the first to see the new clothes entering the store, which is exciting :)

However, as much as I like this job I am also undertaking some work experience at a graphics company, which I am LOVING. I am going to write a post about how all this happened shortly, it's going to be a bit of a life lesson post, so if that interests you, keep your eyes peeled.

I will start with the sad news that I have lost my little rattie, Ollie. I am not sure if I have mentioned this before, but 1st September he lost his fight with the breathing troubles he has always had. I am pretty sad about it all, but Stan is now one little spoilt guy, here he is with his new favourite treat:

So aside from getting used to the routine that work forces you into, I have been working on a couple of personal projects and adventures, the first of which was the surprise party for my mum and dads 25th wedding anniversary, (I mentioned it a couple of posts back). This party was a month and a half in the planning, and was one of the most stressful things I have ever done, but was so totally worth it. Here's a snap of the party as everyone was arriving. The decorations and food etc took 7 hours on the day...

(slightly blurry, but you get the idea)

We had tea lights in jars, fairy lights and bunting on the ceiling. Table diamonds, candles in bottles and jars, doilies and confetti and petals on the tables, bows on the chairs, a ballon arch, other ballons and all sorts of lovely things. I am so proud of everyone who helped: Luke, Rosie, Sam, Molly, Elisha, Alfie, Grandad, Jamie and our Aunties and Uncles who chipped in to make it perfect! 

So apart from that the food and drink festival and Yorkshire Best has been in town and me and Sam decided to go and explore, so here are some snippets: 

Top Left: One of the free Roses from Yorkshire Best and our Prosecco at the Champagne Bar at the food and drink festival.
Top Right: Me and Sam  enjoying ourselves
Bottom: Raspberry Mulled Wine, that I washed down my hog roast with.

And then it was my birthday! I have reached the grand old age of 23, and besides being at work all day I had a lovely day, topped off by going home to see my lovely mum, dad and boyfriend for a takeaway, and then up at 6 the next day to make it back to work for 9! Here are a couple of the lovely things I got:

My beautifully thoughtful photo collage canvas from Sam.

Gorgeous flowers designed by Rosie  one of the many presents from her, including Yankee Candles and accessories, chocolate, Mac make-up, Body Shop make-up, and the lovely ratty rings below:

The absolute icing on the cake is the beautiful DKNY Rose Gold watch from Mum and Dad, I love this so so much that I never want to take it off! I have been after a rose gold watch for aaaages! I am thrilled.

My lovely boyfriend bought me a transformer Wall.E, with a photo of me and him in Wall.E's belly, and when I received him, he was holding a Freddo. To some of you this may sound random, but I love random, and Wall.E, so I am happy :)

Finally I thought I would share a photo of the buns I made for work, I baked them and made the buttercream, then Rosie  piped and helped me decorate, because it was 10pm by this point!

So yeah, I hope you enjoyed my little life update post, I do want to start doing Instagram posts as life update posts, so you can see what I have been up to.

On another note, I finally have a video camera, so hopefully Youtube will be going ahead soon. If you have any suggestions please let me know :)

I am about to go to the Designer Outlet, so I will leave this post here.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, until next time :)
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Friday, 21 September 2012

A tanning moisturiser that never tanned?

Good Evening!

So if you have read my blog for a while, you will know I am a huge fan of Simple, however, I have come across a product of theirs that I feel somewhat let down by...

This is Simple's Sun-Kissed Moisturiser, that is supposed to help build a "light gradual tan". Now, this is a good moisturiser, in that respect, I have no complaints. But, it does not tan, at all, ever. I have nearly used the whole bottle over summer, and I have not developed any sort of tan. Though, as you can see by the bottle cap, this moisturiser does become tan coloured. I really don't get it. I don't know if it is what I was using it with or what, but I really don't think that my make-up, or my Simple Cleanser and Toner, should have had an effect on the performance of this product. 

I wouldn't say the Simple brand has let me down, I still love their products, but I really wanted to have some sort of tan on my face this summer, and that just did not happen with this product. Towards the end of summer I ended up pairing it with this product...

This moisturiser came from Tesco, and was pretty cheap, less than £5, and is an actual tinted moisturiser. I mix it with the Simple one in the vague hope it will kick start the Simple one to actually develop a tan, and also to just use them both up. It's passed summer now, so I want to move on to a richer moisturiser soon. I really like this product though. It gives a really light sheen to the face and a good base for my make up. It's a bit shiny but it feels nice and soaks in well. So for summer it's been a really good product and I would buy it again. My sister Rosie has other products from this range and has been very impressed. 

So yeah, I would be interested to know if anyone else has tried either of these products and what you think about them.

So, until next time :)

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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Hitting Life's Reset Button

Good Evening!

So a bit of a rambly / lifey post this evening.

This weekend I just felt so, for want of another word, crap. I was frustrated and antsy and I just could not work out what was wrong. Then all of a sudden it hit me, I wasn't living my life.

Now, this sounds silly, but what with moving house, having a holiday, graduating, getting two new jobs (more on that in another post), and organising a surprise party for my Mum and Dad's 25th Wedding Anniversary (which was a huge success!), I just haven't had time for me.

So this Sunday I hit life's reset button. I mentally reset myself. I have been living in this flat now for what? 2 months? And although all my stuff is in it's rightful place, my head is not. So I made a promise to myself that this was no longer going to be the case, that I can make time for everything in my life and be happy.

I started by deciding that although I work until 4pm every day apart from Tuesday (5:30pm), I am going to continue to work until 5 by means of cleaning the house. Therefore I will get my weekends to do things I want to do, instead of spending half the time cleaning.

Secondly, I am making time for me. There are things in our lives that we neglect, that take us 5 minutes and make us feel so much better. Such as, in my case, moisturising after a bath and treating my hair to a bit of TLC. These silly little things make me happier, and therefore I am making time for them. I am also making sure I have a 'proper' treat twice a week; Wednesday, because Wednesday sucks (well apart from next week, it's my birthday!), and Sunday, because Sundays are made to be lazy. So as it is Wednesday, I have just had a bath, bobbed on a hair mask and my posh Elemis Cleanser masky thing and just had a nice old soak, and after what can only be described as an awful day, I feel tonnes better. I should also mention that having dinner at Sam's helped immensely too!

Speaking of Sam, I am also making more time for friends, although, because most of my friends live away this is quite difficult. But being around people that I love makes me a lot happier.

Lastly, I am trying to make time to do things I want to do (besides pampering myself). Be it reading a book, doing some knitting, watching YouTube or writing a blog. I am of the belief that this is MY life, therefore I deserve time to do things that make me happy. 

So yeah so far this week things are working pretty good with my new schedule. I hope to get Wii Fit into this as well, because I really need to get fit, and right now I can't afford the gym, so yeah, that's the next stage of my plan.

I hope that this post has been of some interest to you, and that hopefully you can take something away from it, and try and 'reset' some things that you are unhappy / frustrated with. I just think sometimes it's good to take a step back, re-evaluate and move forward in a way that makes you feel more positive.

So, sorry if I have rambled, but I felt I really wanted to share this with you in the hope it would inspire other to take charge of their lives!

Until next time, :)
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Monday, 17 September 2012

Shopping and Social Networking? Must be Mallzee.

So what do you get when the fashion and Facebook worlds collide? 

Well, the answer is Mallzee.

And what is Mallzee you ask? Well it's quite simple really. Over 200 brands are already signed up, for you to create your own online shopping mall, or Mallzee as it will be called. Then the website's special software will help to suggest things for you, based on your style, and pops these pride of place in your Mallzee, neat huh?

Now you're thinking? Where does Facebook come into this? Through Facebook Chat you can visit your friend's Mallzees, and they can visit yours, and what's even better, is that when you or your friends shop through your Mallzee, you earn some pennies, for even more shopping! AND, Mallzee have negotiated great discounts with the brands associated with this brilliant concept!

How awesome is this?!!? Another great feature is that your friends can suggest products for you, and if you are unsure about something, you can create a poll and ask the opinion of your friends. It's like the interaction of a shopping trip, but from your sofa! Now I don't bash a good shopping trip, but no one wants to move when it's raining or snowing. 

I also think this will be great for shopping for gifts, if you can have a snoop at other peoples favourite items, then buy them for them! I see great potential for gift lists etc with this site, (if you're reading, Mallzee, please consider this!).

So, if you would like to join the Mallzee journey from it's very beginnings, it's set to be released later this year, then follow this link:

Sign up! Get involved! And if you invite your friends you get entered into a draw to win £100 of shopping vouchers, along with other treats!

So what are you waiting for?? I am so excited for this and I hope you are too :)

Happy Shopping!
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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

A Chinese Supermarket Miracle

Good Evening!

So it's been a couple of days since my last post, I swear I am trying my hardest to get back into it, but I am not feeling too well today so sorry if I don't make sense!

So today I want to tell you about a little gem of a product I have been testing for a while. It doesn't cost the world, and it isn't even from a likely source, yet I have ultimate faith in it. What is this little gem and where is it from you ask? Well it's coconut oil from the chinese supermarket...

This little baby is £1.35, as opposed to the beauty world's alternatives which normally cost at least 10 times more! This is pure oil, no additives, no nothing, pure cooking oil and a pure treat for the hair!

I have to thank my friend for this one. She is part Thai and her mum used this on her as a baby, she still uses it now and also uses it on her son's scalp and his skin. I love it. 

It makes my hair feel amazing! I rub it all over my scalp and hair, pop it all on top of my head, whack a cheapy shower cap on and leave it for as many hours as possible. When it's washed (I recommend a double shampoo as it's a bit of a bugger to get out), you can glide a fine tooth comb through it, before even using a conditioner, if you don't have dry hair, you probably wouldn't need a conditioner at all. 

So I use this once a week (normally a Saturday), a bottle will last a month or so. Mid-week I boost the coconut effect with another bargain...

This leave-in conditioner from Boots is less than £2 and it's great. It's just the boost I need to keep my hair silky soft all week. It smells like play-dough, but I quite like it in a weird way.

So this combination of coconut keeps my hair shiny, soft and healthier than it's ever been. So not only do coconuts taste great, but they are fab for the skin and hair too!

Go on, give it a go and let me know what you think. Once you go coconut, I am pretty sure you'll go nuts for it (haha, pun-tastic!)

Anyway, time to get back to watching The Great British Bake Off, anyone else in love with this show!?!

Cya soon!

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Saturday, 18 August 2012


Good Afternoon,

So this weekend seems to be a weekend for family visiting and productivity, so this is probably going to be a short post (also because Mr. Asda may arrive with my shopping soon!). But as much as I love the usual chaos involved with family visiting, I love nothing more than curling up with a good book.

So I wanted to ask you about what you like to read, and what you can recommend.

I have just become fully up-to-date with both the Vampire Diaries series and the Sookie Stackhouse novels (now True Blood on HBO), both of which I have thoroughly enjoyed. Some would argue the 'vampire' phase is over, and it's no longer 'cool', personally, if I like a book I will read it, whether it's in fashion or not.

However, speaking of books that are in fashion, I LOVED the Fifty Shades Trilogy. Now, if you're under 16, or don't like rudey things, do not read this. Seriously, you will be upset. I thought it was great, granted, it's poorly written, but damn does it suck you in! I have a couple of other books of the same genre to get through, and I will do some reviews if people are interested. 

I do have the Hunger Games to read as well (the advantages of Rosie and her library moving in!) but I am just interested in what you like to read. I like a bit of anything really, Dan Brown, David Pelzer, L.J Smith, J.K Rowling, biographies, fact, fiction, anything really.

Also, like I said, if you do want any reviews, let me know.

Anyway, I am going to get back to watching Finding Nemo, we have a couple of hours of quiet before the next lot of family (mum) arrives!

Enjoy your weekend!
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Monday, 13 August 2012

I am back... I hope!

Good afternoon!

Phew, well I think I might actually be back in the blogging world now, things are finally settling down into a routine, so we'll see how all this goes.

I haven't got myself organised enough to start Youtube yet, so for now I will be blogging and will see how this fits into my new schedule. Hopefully Youtube will be coming soon!

So this post is just going to be a bit of an update really, to let you know what has been going on. I will throw in some pictures to make it more entertaining :)

Firstly, if you have seen my Facebook page, you will know that I have graduated...

I really enjoyed the ceremony, but I am also relieved to be out of education, I am proud to say I graduated with a First Class Honours in Business Management. So that's my long stint in education finally over, so what did we do to celebrate??...

We went on holiday! This is me and the lovely Sam on our first night in Menorca. I do plan to do an Outfit of the Evening post soon, once I have sorted out the photos. We had a great time chilling by the pool and reading 50 Shades of Grey and The Sookie Stackhouse Novels(let me know what you think of these!). It was a wonderful break after finishing education, and a nice quiet before the storm.

Because, the day after we got back I moved flat to move in with Rosie. So that really was chaos, we haven't moved far but it took the family a whole day to move my things, and then another week or so to sort everything out. But we're all settled in now, which leads me to another piece of news...

I now have a job! I am no longer self employed, instead I work in a department store on womenswear and I am loving it! The standing up isn't really agreeing with my hips, but I am sure I will get there. I am working on a temp basis at the moment, but am hoping to get something full time. I am with a great company and would hate to miss the opportunity to stay with them!

I am not sure that I have any more news right now, but with all the excitement of moving, and new jobs and other bits and pieces, the blog really had to take a back seat, but now I am back and ready to get into the swing of it again, so let me know if you have any suggestions of things you would like to see.

Anyway, there's housework to be done, and tax forms to fill in (yawn!) so I best get going!

I hope to see you all soon!!
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Monday, 25 June 2012

It's all Chaos!

Good morning,

So I thought that as soon as I had finished my degree I would have loads of time for blogging, well, how wrong was I?!?!

What with shopping trips, family visits, flat viewings, and the snap decision to move to a new flat, AND sorting my room out to thin out some clutter (my new bedroom is smaller!), I have hardly had time to stop and rest, never mind blog. 

I will try and get some posts up this week. The YouTube is going ahead, I am going to film my first videos abroad in Menorca, which will be fun and exciting, I hope you will all be watching :)

So yeah, sorry for the silence, rest assured I haven't forgotten about the blog, I am just having a bit of a whirlwind of a life at the moment.

Speak soon! 

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

June GlossyBox

Good Evening.

I know I was supposed to post last night, but I had an impromptu sleepover with Sam, due to her needing to view some flats today, I am pleased to say she has got one and will be moving here soon! I can't wait! 

So yesterday my GlossyBox arrived, which is always exciting...

 So once again the box came beautifully presented in pink and black. So now to what I got...

 It was pretty hard to miss this box! This cleanser, toner and moisturiser set from Dermalogica will be ideal for my holiday, miniatures are awesome! I am pleased to see the moisturiser is SPF 15, it's always important to protect your skin. At £12 for a full size kit, I would say this is really good value, unless this is the full size kit, then I would say it was a bit steep. So yeah, when I get back from Menorca I will give you the low down on this!

 Speaking of miniatures, this DermaBlend kit from Vichy will be great for my holiday as my tan develops. I don't plan on wearing foundation in the day, just mixing some tinted moisturiser into my SPF 30 facial moisturiser, or the SPF 15 from this GlossyBox. But yeah, this is great, such a nifty gift in the GlossyBox. A full size Ultra-Correction Foundation Cream Stick is £19, so it's great to have so many shades to try. 

I am also pleased to see more BM Beauty in the GlossyBox, I really liked the eye pigment I received the other month. However, this bronzer is in a pretty small container, I think I need to press it into a bigger pot so I can use it without throwing it all over the place. The full size of this product is £8, which is pretty reasonable, the full size is 4 times the size of this pot. I will let you know how I get on.

I always like to try a new mascara, though the name of this sort of put me off. 'Sexy Pulp' is by Yves Rocher. I am excited to try it though, I still don't think I have found 'the one' as far as mascaras are concerned, so I am always on the lookout. The full size of this product is £16, which is quite a lot of pennies, but I would pay it for something I thought was perfect for me.

 And finally, we got this GlossyBox Serie Exclusiv Pro Beauty Brush, which is some pretty neat advertising on GlossyBox's part. What slightly disappoints me is that this brush is goat hair, as opposed to synthetic, compared to my elf and body shop brushes, this one is pretty rough. It will get some use no doubt, but I can't see it being a favourite. I am interested to know other people's opinions on the goat hair brush, as general opinion seems to favour synthetic brushes.

All in all I am pretty pleased with my GlossyBox, I like the theme of summer miniatures that GlossyBox went with this month, given me a few bits to try on holiday!

In other exciting news, the Olympic Torch relay made it's way through York yesterday, so obviously we went to watch it go by. 

The lovely gentleman carrying the torch is Stan Wild, gym coach for York Gymnastics Club and former gymnast. It was great to see it go by, I felt very patriotic and proud to be British.

So yeah, that's it for today, I am majorly tired from a couple of long days walking, and I went to try a gym tonight and did some swimming. Tomorrow I am going to visit my friend in Huddersfield to do some 'cheap ass' shopping, basically; Ikea, B&M Bargains and Primark, lovely :)

See you soon!

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Monday, 18 June 2012

I am back :)


I am finally back, it's been a long and tiresome couple of weeks but I am happy to say I am back, AND that I have achieved a First Class Honours in Business Management. I so pleased! And I want to thank everyone who has supported me through it all. It means a lot!

So I have been on a couple of shopping trips during this time, and received my first Graze Box, so those things have been pretty exciting. Unfortunately I didn't take pictures before I put everything away, but I did take pictures of the Graze Box, so there will be a post on that soon.

I am also considering starting Youtube. I have a busy week sorting things out this week but I might have a tinker around next week. So if you have any video ideas, please feel free to share.

Another thing to mention is that I am definitely going on holiday now! We have booked Menorca for the day after my graduation, 6th July, so that's not far away at all! I am so excited. And it is likely you will see all my latest purchases on the holiday! I may also do some vlogging, to upload when I get back, if people are interested. 

So there we are, that's pretty much the last couple of weeks caught up. Now it's time for a bit of Wii Fit before dinner, currently working on my bikini body you see! 

 I hope that everyone is doing great in their exams and get to enjoy summer soon!

See you tomorrow :D
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Monday, 28 May 2012

(OOTD) A sneaky summer OOTD...

Good Evening!

So after spending the last 4 hours scraping the word count of my assignment down to the accepted level, I have decided to reward myself with writing a blog post. Just a quick one though, a little summer OOTD, while this weather lasts, it's supposed to be 12 degrees celcius again by Friday :(

 Top- Peacocks, in sale ages ago!
Skirt- Select, £8 in sale (I had just washed up, sorry about the patches haha!)
Sunglasses- New Look sale, £1
Hair Flower- gift
Shoes- H&M, £9.99
Cord and Gold Bracelet- New Look sale, £2
Beaded Bracelet- TopShop sale, £3
Peace Rosary- Matalan sale, £2.50

 So there we have it, a sunny outfit for an absolutely boiling day!
I have been sat on my balcony for the last few days writing my assignments on a sea of pillows, under an umbrella fashioned as a parasol, but I have still felt like I have been melting! 

I have enjoyed it though, the sunny weather is a nice change from the gloom of the usual UK weather!

But sadly, it's coming back, so until next time, enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!
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