Hello and welcome back, it’s been a while! I feel super guilty for that, and I have missed blogging. I just had a lot going on in the past month and I know you all understand that sometimes you have to take time for yourself. I would have just been writing about things I am not bothered about, or passionate about, and for me that is just not what blogging is about.
Feeling a bit bloated and lethargic now its getting colder? YEP.
Spending most of your evenings cuddled up under a blanket, binge watching Netflix & drinking hot chocolates? YEP.
I hope it wasn’t just me who answered yes to those…
Yes, you read right, quinoa… for your hair!
Make-up loving gals rejoice. I have something very exciting to introduce to you…
It’s September! Which means it’s FINALLY Autumn! Get out the cinnamon candles, the pumpkin spiced lattes (I don’t actually like them – soz!), the ankle boots and fluffy socks! I’m so happy and excited, Autumn is my favourite season and I especially love the transition into Autumnal make up.
I am sat here on my bed after a day of feeling absolutely crap, and I finally feel the need to vent all my feelings – to write them down and try to release some of the pressure currently weighing me down. 2016 has by far been my worst year in terms of my mental health. I know I have suffered with depression for at least 4 years but for the last year, anxiety has taken a massive toll on my life and it has been getting increasingly worse. I hit an all time low back in March 16 where I FINALLY went to the doctors for help. I was put on citalopram and I began to see a difference after a couple of months. However, my mental health reared its ugly head again and the last few months have been the hardest yet. I am now on double the dosage of my anti-depressants and I want nothing more than for things to get better.
I love my eyeshadow palettes, and I have way more than I care to admit. But there is something about a palette with loads of shadows in which is too much for when I am in a massive rush (most mornings). And lets be honest, you never really like or use every shade.
As many of you may know I am trying my hardest to be healthier with my food choices, which is going really well. I recently found a recipe for this chocolate cake from Madeline Shaw’s ‘Get The Glow’ book and I thought I would recreate it. It is flour and gluten free, but you can’t tell – It is gooey and rich and tastes just like brownies! It turned out so well I thought I would share it with you all.
Hello again internet lovelies, I’m back today with a food inspired post. I have recently gone on a healthy eating lifestyle change in a bid to feel better in myself and to lose some weight! So when I was in London the other day I popped into Planet Organic, the one on Tottenham Court Road in London, and grabbed some different healthier snacks to give a try! Basically because I am always hungry and I need snacks to stop me from grabbing unhealthy options. This post is not sponsored, I just am very passionate about eating healthier right now and I hope this can give you some ideas too!
So I was sat in the hairdressers the other day and it got me thinking a lot about some of the awkward moments that are bound to happen each and every time. So I thought why not do a blog post on it and give us all a little giggle on a Wednesday morning.