I’m big on balance, knowing your limits, heck, I even dabble in star signs every now and again. Any other Aries gals out there?
What I’m also a massive believer in, (cue this post) is trusting your gut instincts.
Throughout my life so far, whenever I have gone against what I feel in my gut (that is not a nice word is it?), it was never the right decision. As a teenager, going against what was right for me was like protocol. HELLS yeah I’m gonna do it.
Although now at the ripe old age of 24, I’m starting to become more in tune with it.
It can mean going against the crowd and leaving you the only one in the lane, but its so SO much better than the alternative.
Your body has ways of telling you which way to steer.
I feel like I’ve waited ages for this book and now that I have it, I can’t wait to read it! I’m a massive fan of Fearne anyway, but the fact that she’s done a lifestyle book is even better to me. I’ve had a quick flick through and it looks like its filled with loads of tips and advice on lots of different topics we all face.
THE TREE OF YOGA: DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO YOGA IN EVERYDAY LIFE
My sister got me this book as a birthday gift, what can I say, she knows me well! The reviews on Amazon look great, and I had planned previously to make it a mission to ‘read’ more stuff about yoga, how it originally started etc. I really want to broaden my knowledge on all things yogi so I think this will definitely do the trick!
BIG LITTLE LIES
I bought this book the other day because I wanted to start watching the new show, so I thought I’d read this first. I’m super curious to what the whole thing is about, so I haven’t read up too much on it incase of spoilers.
Have you read any of these? If not, let me know your favourite current read! 🙂 xx
The thing I’ve been pondering a lot about lately, is staying true to yourself whilst blogging. Especially when it comes to sharing and promoting.
I’m so proud of my little space. I don’t want to try to *trick* people into coming here, if they want to and are interested, that’s awesome. I don’t want to promote myself on every single platform I can saying ‘hey guys check me out’. (Nothing wrong with this though by the way!) I feel like my blog speaks for itself, as does everyones I’m sure. It doesn’t need to go and try to grab attention.
I always want to stay true to myself no matter how big the following may be. I don’t want to clickbait or use snazzy ways to get more hits by not being authentic.
I hope one day this blog could turn into a way that I earn income. That would be one of my dreams, right there. But I will never do it by trying to pressure people into visiting.
This may be the first dupe that I’ve stumbled across.. but once I did, I knew I had to share.
I recently went to Superdrug to pick up a few little re-purchases of stuff I had run out of. I needed a new cleanser as I only had one left (yes, I like to have two cleansers on the go) and I have to admit, I was tempted to go to Boots and get a more high-end lil guy.
However, I stumbled across this Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth Cleanser and it was half price. Boom! I bought it.
I thought this might break me out because I have very sensitive skin, but nope. It’s incredible! It is an amazing dupe for the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser, but without no scent. I would also note that it doesn’t seem to be as ‘drying’ as the Liz Earle one can sometimes be.
So the same product for a fraction of the price? I’m into it.
Have you ever tried this cleanser? If you can’t tell, I would really recommend it! 🙂 xx
This past week we took a few days away for some R & R, and headed off to Durham! My sister used to go to University there so I am quite familiar with the town, but its always so nice to go back to such a calm, quaint place!
We also took the (12 minute!!) train to Newcastle for a day as neither of us had been before! We loved it. Would definitely go back!
I posted these pictures on my Instagram, so if you would like you can follow me here! xx