'Bridle' is an incredibly honest, relatable and thought provoking piece.****
I cannot rave about these brushes enough, they are all I could ask for and a little more.
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I'd never been to Barcelona, in fact I'd never been to Spain, so this post may be a tad touristy. Next time I go, and there will be a next time! I promise I'll be on a mission to bring you the hidden treasures Number one: The Food I love food so very much, and… Continue reading What to do in Barcelona: My favourite bits
One of the things I love to do in London when it is a nice summer's eve is go on a stroll through the city and so last week that is exactly what I did. Now I want to be up front here I'm not one of life's great walkers, but strolling now that… Continue reading City Strolling and Pokemon Hunting in London
I had been exploring the range for about a year before I bought my first piece and this was purely because of the price point. Then a few months ago finally I took the plunge and purchased my first product. Filmstar bronze and glow, the sleek gold casing sort of, softly calls to you glinting on the counter under all those luminous lights of Selfridges. It's almost impossible to resist, and so I gave in and bought it.
If you've just got your new 2016 diary for Christmas then turn to the 25th December 2016 and write in 'early morning open air swim'.
The more I walked around the exhibition and the more I read, the more I found myself realising that shoes really have always been much more than a foot protector, they are a status symbol, they are a confidence booster, a posture improver, shoes are silent statement makers.
As is often the case on Sunday morning I woke up with a bit of a sore head! That would be the result of a large amount of beer, I don’t often get a hangover in the form of sickness, but I nearly always get the headache. Last night I joined my Dad and… Continue reading A hangover cure
When I think of a London double decker bus, I do think of oysters; only I think of oyster in card form rather than the edible variety. Walking home from a busy but enjoyable afternoon, visiting exhibition after exhibition with my friend, I caught sight of a big red bus. This is not an extraordinary sight in… Continue reading The Bloody Oyster