Mini Lush Product Review

It seems almost like criteria that at some point, every blogger must do a post on Lush products! I’m all aboard the stereotype train as I adore Lush and have been buying their products for years. This mini review is going to feature a handful of products that I have in my cupboards, some of which are seasonal so may not be around when you read this! Let’s get going shall we?

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October Birchbox Review 2017

This month’s Birchbox theme is ‘feeling good’ and in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Birchbox have teamed up with the charity ‘CoppaFeel’. ‘CoppaFeel’ aim to raise awareness of the early signs of breast cancer and encourage everyone to check their breasts regularly (yes, men included!). They’ve included a handy little sticker which is safe for the shower to help us all remember to check our wobbly bits!

Newton Faulkner – Hit The Ground Running Album Review

‘Hit The Ground Running’ is released not long after the best-selling singer songwriter celebrated the 10 year anniversary of his debut album ‘Hand Built By Robots’. The celebration featured a visually spectacular play through of the album from Faulkner’s studio and home, really connecting with the audience that has stood strong beside him for the last decade.

September Birchbox Review 2017

Is anybody else suddenly shocked that we are in September?! Where has this year gone… However, one good thing is that another month means another Birchbox. This month’s box sees a collaboration between Birchbox and Oliver Bonas and the theme is ‘work hard, play hard and be kind’.

August Birchbox Review 2017

Click here to get 50% off your first Birchbox and £5 off any product in the Birchbox Shop! Following the positive feedback I got for my last Birchbox review, I thought I would continue and review this month too! This month’s theme was ‘Mermaid Vibes’, which I absolutely adore as my favourite Disney princess is … Continue reading August Birchbox Review 2017

What I Really Think About ‘To The Bone’

Disclaimer: This post contains triggering subjects, mainly anorexia. If this bothers you, I urge you not to continue reading, because I – in no shape, way, or form – intend on harming any of my readers. If you are personally going through any psychological problem(s) or if you know someone who is going through these difficulties, please seek help at your local psychiatrist, psychotherapist, psychologist or a local non-governmental organisation. There is always someone that you can talk to who will listen. I will include some important numbers at the end of the post.

Book Review: ‘All The Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven

A slightly different post today. I recently read a young adult novel entitled All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven and although not aimed at my age group, it made an impact and I thought I would take a slightly older perspective. All The Bright Places centres around themes of depression and suicide, something which … Continue reading Book Review: ‘All The Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven