New Additions

I needed a new foundation so naturally I bought a little bit more than what I went in to town for, because.... well..... I have no other excuse other than they were pretty...! My flat is currently filled with fluffy throws and pastel detailing so you could say that my whole flat looks like spring exploded everywhere but left winter's cosy elements behind... I have a problem!!!! 

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The Foundation (£32); After years of drugstore foundations, I felt it was time to step up the game!! After my Rimmel foundation took it's final pump ~rip, you'll be missed~ I made the decision to venture onto a big girl foundation - Nars Sheer Glow. Not going to lie, the girl at the counter was intimidatingly pretty so I have no idea at all if this is my correct shade, think I need to work on the confidence at make-up counters? (Update soon when I've actually put it on my face)

The bottles (£5); I am INLOVE with these, Tiger is always that store you wander in, have a glance around the (entire) store and walk out again with nothing in tow, yet this time I brought this gem with me. They make me so excited for Summer, think of the 'grams!!

The throw (£5); Fluffy ~check~ White ~check~ Gold ~check~ (!!) As soon as I saw this, I had to run out with it and put it straight on my sofa, the price was just the added bonus. I'm the type of person that has to cuddle up on the sofa wrapped in something warm and snuggly. Definitely fits the bill. (Psst.. it's from Primark, on sale)

The DVD (£15); I hear you whispering "is that EDDIEREDMAYNE staring back at me from the top of this post" yes, yes it is!! I got back from town yesterday to a surprise from my boyfriend. Harry Potter is the 1, and fantastic beasts was by far the best movie I've seen in years. can we just talk about the end.. I was silenced.. completely speechless. 





February To-Do's

When I was little, my mum always used to tell me that as you get older time seems to go faster, I used to think she was mad! Yet here I am typing this aged 22, and she was right. I have no idea where January went, like did January actually even happen?

However, we all have to move on from January and embrace February with open arms (and stomachs!). Pancakes and chocolates and sweets, OH MY! Just one thing that we all need to take in to consideration, don't forget your goals. 

1. Donate clothes that I no longer wear, unfortunately for this flat the storage is very minimal 
2. Make pancakes for pancake day - by far one of the best days of the year, am i right?! 
3. Finally finish reading Girl on the Train, and maybe watch the film 
4. Put away £100 into a savings account 
5. Plan something special for Valentine's day with Josh 
6. Finish season 6 of Vampire Diaries
7. Take more photos, documenting & making memories is so important & your girl has been slacking 

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