lifestyle

The 2019 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

The long-awaited Mother’s Day Gift Guide has arrived. I always love doing gift guides for certain occasions and Mother’s Day is one of my favourites as I love to treat my Mum to something special. I do have an advantage as my Mum is so easy to buy for because she likes a lot of things similar to me. I’ve put together some of my top picks of the best gifts you’ll find this year. You really can’t go wrong with a box of chocolates, can you? Guylian Belgian Chocolates is a favourite of mine and my Mum and will certainly…

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North Yorkshire, UK

Five Places to visit along the North Yorkshire Coast

It’s about time I start writing about my neck of the woods more. There are so many amazing and beautiful places to visit in North Yorkshire, especially along the coastline. I’m super lucky to be able to live by the seaside and have all this on my doorstep and I really need to talk about these places more. I’m hoping to do some more in-depth guides before Summer but for the meantime, I thought I’d do a little round-up of a few places you need to go to if you are visiting the North Yorkshire coast. Scarborough Starting off with my…

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fashion

Spring Fashion Wishlist 2019

How crazy that it’s officially the first day of Spring today? I’m hoping that this means lot’s more sunshine and less rain. I’ve just got back from a trip to Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna and on Sunday the temperature was 22 degrees so I’d most certainly like more of that, please. Spring is one of my favourite seasons, especially for fashion. Although I love wrapping up in a cosy jumper, it’s nice to move on and not have to bundle up in twenty-five layers. At the moment, I’m having a proper Spring clearout. I’m wanting to really start fresh with…

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Oxford, UK

A Day Trip To Oxford with Marco Polo Guides

You might have caught my post all about the UK destinations I’d love to visit. Now I can say, I’ve ticked one off! Last month, whilst I was in London for the week, I caught the train up to Oxford. The train cost £20 for a return (with a railcard) from Marylebone and took less than an hour. Oxford is a city I’ve wanted to visit for the longest time, I have no idea why I haven’t been before – Especially as I lived in Birmingham for three years! Aside from wanting to explore the little cobbled streets and Harry Potter…

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beauty

GlamGlow Gravity Mud Firming Treatment

It’s official. I’ve been converted to a total GlamGlow fan. I’ve previously used a few of the products, I really love their Bubble Sheet Mask but it’s this product that has sealed the deal. The Gravity Mud Firming Treatment is one of their best sellers and I can see why. I did a little bit of research before ordering this from Notino.co.uk and it sounded perfect for me. To be honest, when it comes to face masks, peeling off ones are my favourite. I do, however, think it’s really hard to find a really decent peel off mask. The GlamGlow…

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travel

Five Unmissable Sights When Visiting Athens, Greece

Greece is one of my favourite places to visit, in fact, I’m heading to one of the Greek Islands later this year. Although all the Greek Islands are so beautiful and perfect for a relaxing vacation in the sunshine, the Capital of Greece; Athens is a destination not to be missed. Athens is at the centre of all the ancient Greek History making it a wonderful city to explore the cultural and historical landmarks and ruins. There is actually so much to see and do in Athens so I’ve put together my five unmissable sights in the city. If you…

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