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A Little Catch Up & 2018 In A Nutshell.

It's that time folks, there's 25 days left of 2018! 25 bloody days. If someone told me it was September I would happily nod along and probably not even notice that the end of the year is so close. What a crazy year this has been, so many highs, but a couple of curve balls chucked in for good measure - balance eh. I already have some goals in mind for 2019 which I'm sure I'll share in a later post, but I thought I would reflect back on the year and where I've found myself now.


The Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide For Her.

The first of many celebration boxes has been devoured, the John Lewis advert has been revealed and the Christmas shopping is underway. Pass me a bucks fizz! Being far from my family and friends has made me even more excited for the festivities this year, of-course Christmas isn't all about gifts, but I love gifting my favourite people. Plus, I do love putting these gift guides together.


5 Self-Care Tips For Autumn & Winter.

I'm not going to sugar coat it, I'm really not the best when it comes to adjusting from summer to winter. Spring is my absolute favourite time of year and it's those light early mornings and the feeling of warmth that I really miss. This year I've been working on changing my whole mindset, I don't want to be wishing the days away until late March when we finally creep into longer days, I want to feel good regardless.


Winter Evening Skincare Picks.

A couple of months back I posted my Morning Skincare Routine, it's an easy 3 step process giving me a few extra minutes in bed which I'm absolutely here for. On the opposite end of the spectrum is what goes on in the evening, especially during the winter months when my skin has a bit of a meltdown. I'm a skincare hoarder (as my husband discovered when we moved in together, and likes to point out) so I do mix things up quite a bit, but I thought I would share some staples that I seem to be reaching for the most at the moment...
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