Tuesday, 20 December 2016

The 21st birthday post

Happy majorly belated birthday to me! I turned 21 nine whole days ago and so far I can tell you the beginning of my 21st days have consisted of slothing out and binge watching Gilmore Girls. I always thought when I was younger that 21 seemed so old, but now I'm here and I still feel like a kid. I still get excited over Grinch-themed knickers and Disney pyjamas. Anyway, since finishing all of my deadlines I've picked up Blogmas again, I know I'm the worst blogger. But I promise I'm going to try my butt off to get some posts out. This whole time whilst I've been vegging out I've really tried to get my act together but this winter lighting is ridiculous to work with I tell ya!

Here's some little things I got for my 21st. I don't want to include it all, especially the makeup because I'm going to do little individual posts about some of the things I love, so I thought I'd preview some cute little gifts. I've been absolutely spoilt this year, I can't thank everyone enough for the birthday wishes and I had the best time swanning around Newcastle dressed as a christmas fairy! (If you've seen my Insta, you know).

First things first, is a gift I actually bought myself hahaha, to me love me. I wanted this Zara coat for way too long and I was scouring the internet for weeks trying to find someone selling it. Anyway long story short, I found it on eBay. I was sceptical at first considering it took so long to come and it was a third of the retail price, but it's here! it's beautiful and it's completely a Zara. I can't wait for the weather to perk up to take some outfit pictures wearing this, I feel like a true hustler.

Next is the viv bag of my dreams, I've loved this bag from since I can remember and I was lucky enough to receive it for my birthday, so if you're reading this, thanks fam. It's the perfect size for all of my bits and bobs and the snake print gives it a slightly versatile edge. I'm just saying that because I know how ridiculously girly it is but I don't care haha, I love me a heart shaped bag. I've worn it out a few times since I've got it and I know it's never going to leave my side now, the ever growing bag obsession continues.

Next up is the Nasty Galaxy book by Sophia Amoruso, or the #Girlboss author if you know, you know. This book is beautiful, it's filled with perfectly instagrammable pages so my flat-lays will never suffer again. Besides that, it's fore worded by Courtney Love and it's a sneak peak into Sophia's life. Even her apartment and her obsession with Siouxie Soux, I'd definitely recommend checking it out, it's gorgeous. So, if you're reading this also, thanks Keels lol.

I very cleverly snook my boyfriend into Jo Malone last time I was in Fenwick's because I was dying to try some of their colognes. I fell in love with the Wood Sage and Sea Salt scent because it smells so edible, it's literally like bathing in salted caramel but not in a sickly way, in a heavenly way. Little to my knowledge, Nathan actually managed to remember which scent I loved and sneakily bought it for me for my birthday. His logic behind it was 'I remembered their was wood in it, so I just went with that'. Haha, luckily he got it right! It's amazing. I want to wear it everyday but it's so bloody expensive, I'm savouring it for special occasions. 

Lastly, what would a birthday be without a good old pair of cartoony knickers and shit-tonnes of bath bombs? Haha, kudos to my housemates for picking up on the fact that I love the Grinch (I probably mentioned I wanted to watch it endless amounts mind). I've already cracked open two of my bath bombs too, the run-up to christmas I always end up smelling amazing.

I hope you're all having a lovely festive time! Love J X

Sunday, 4 December 2016


You know when the weather and lighting is crappy, your eyes are looking worse for wear because of deadlines and yet you still take outfit pictures because you love it the outfit too much? Sames. I was over the moon waiting last week for Zara's Black Friday to arrive. I was refreshing the page from 10:30 and luckily the site opened ten minutes before it was supposed to so I managed to bag a few of the things I was lusting after - including this tartan dress. Now, I'm a petite gal (same height as bruno mars might i add) so I was sceptical about Zara's midi dress sizes. When I first got this dress I showed my housemates and they were practically in hysterics because it looked so ridiculous, it practically drowned me. Though, pairing with a trusty Primark belt and folding it over a notch it's the perfect height for a pretty simple winter outfit.

My apologies for the quality of these photos, but then again, you can't really expect much now that we're well into winter (7 days till I'm 21, just saying). After taking these photos I also realised how much I really want to change my hair colour haha. I feel like whenever it's winter I'm always obsessed with darker hair - I don't get it. I spend months trying to get the perfect blonde shade and the minute I get a little cold it's like bam - back to brunette. Who knows, the next time you see a photo with my face in I'll have a complete different hair colour!

Thanks for reading! J x

Thursday, 1 December 2016


Well hello there December! You've came by so quickly. How the hell am I 21 in ten days.. I still feel (and act) like a 14 year old at heart - I'm petrified! Being a christmas baby I always look forward to this time of the month and I've quite clearly went a bit mental on the advent calendars this year. I thought what better way to introduce Blogmas with a preview of what I got under the 1st of December doors today, I was so tempted to rip open all of the doors on both calendars - I can't contain my excitement. 

Lets be realistic here, I'm not a major blogger. I'm a pretty lazy blogger, I don't stick to schedules and if I tried to blog everyday I would probably have a mental breakdown by the time christmas arrives. That being said, my version of Blogmas is just little old me trying to knock a few more posts out than usual haha - so stay tuned! 

Anyway, my first calendar I received was the Johnny Loves Rosie gingerbread advent - how adorable is this packaging? too cute. Behind the first door was a pair of gorgeous emerald studs, I'm obsessed with dark greens and burgundy shades when it comes to christmas so these are a perfect pair. On the back of the calendar there's a sneaky preview of the jewellery you can receive in the advents and I can't wait to get my hands on it all. If you want to see the earrings up close, follow me on instagram and have a peek at the unboxing on my story today.

Gingerbread Man Advent Calendar - £27.50 - Link here.

This advent in particular is on sale for £27.50 at the mo too. Considering you get a different piece of jewellery behind each door thats basically almost a £1 per item! Go treat yourself girls or pop one on your christmas list and hint on to your boyfriends, for that price you'd be rude not too.

The second advent is the calendar my boyfriend bought me as an early christmas present, 10 boyfriend points for him. I'm obsessed with Nyx soft matte lip creams and this advent holds 13 lip creams and 12 eyeshadows - how exciting! This one was a little pricier, coming in at £60. But for the amount of products you receive I think that's pretty reasonable. Behind the first door today was the gorgeous Monte Carlo shade that I've been lusting after for quite some time so you can imagine how happy I was to open that door this morning.

Nyx Advent Calendar - £60 - Link Here.

As you can see by the swatch, Monte Carlo is the perfect berry shade for winter and I can't wait to have pretty red lips this christmas. I wonder what other shades are in this box, the suspense is slowly going to kill me off. I hope you're all having a perfect start to December today and I can't wait to read some of your Blogmas posts.

Have any of you got any other advent suggestions? I'd love to know!
Thanks for reading, J x

Tuesday, 29 November 2016


First things first (I'm the realest) ... major apologies for my mini blogging break! I've been stressed to the nines trying to get all my work complete for my hand-ins. Thankfully I'm three out of six deadlines down and feel like I can actually breathe again, hoorah. Whilst I've been away, Velvet Spring hit 900 followers! eek, it feels like two seconds ago I was doing a 500 followers giveaway! I guess another could be on the cards.. it is gifting season after all.

Now, if you've followed my ramblings for quite some time you'll know that I am in no means vegan. That's not to say I don't want to be, I find it difficult to discover great vegan makeup and skincare especially - let alone vegan food! However, I feel like when I've found a great alternative to my regular brands like Nars and Mac who freely test on animals etc, I will stick with it. I mean, who wouldn't want to use a vegan, cruelty free brand over a brand that isn't?

Anywaaay, getting on to the point eventually.. I received a little package from MooGoo who are a completely cruelty-free, vegan brand. I love their brand story! they were inspired by an udder cream that was used to protect cow udders, which was so good they decided to create a non-greasy version for humans - since then they've brought out a whole range of heavenly skin products.

The Verdict

After using the skin products for a few weeks now, I just had to share my thoughts with you all. It's crazy how much of a difference i noticed in my skin within the first week of using MooGoo's full cream moisturiser. The smell is heavenly, it smells like candyfloss! which is a definite bonus because some moisturisers tend to have a really artificial smell that puts me off use. My skin is baby smooth and I've used this moisturiser along with the udder cream religiously since the first try, even my boyfriend keeps trying to steal these from me. 

After loving the results from the full cream moisturiser, I decided to give the Skin Milk Udder Cream a whirl. Don't get me wrong, the name makes me feel a bit gross but I can assure you it's definitely not gross -  not in the slightest haha. This moisturiser contains milk protein which is supposed to increase the elasticity in your skin. I mean, something that can be prescribed by the NHS for dry skin is obviously going to be great, isn't it? It's hands down the favourite moisturiser I've ever tried. I think I've mentioned before I tend to get quite puffy eyes and dark circles, damn genetics.. Using this cream night and day has completely improved the appearance of my dark circles and I could legit cry. I've used Clarins, Origin, Kiehls, you name it - this is the only brand to fully improve my eyes.

The last product I want to talk about is protein shot leave-in conditioner. Because I have dyed hair, I'm always on the lookout for products that can jazz up my hair, especially between cuts.. (I really need a haircut ugh). This protein shot is packed with Jojoba oil and coconut oil - rather than silicone which most mainstream conditioners use to give the illusion of soft hair. I blow dried my hair after the first use not expecting miracles and was amazed that my hair was a lot less frazzled than usual. It looks amazing, I got so many compliments the next day. I can't wait for this sample to run out so I can purchase the full size and have a whole bottle to myself.

I would recommend this brand to all of my vegan and non-vegan friends out there, with the full size versions of all of these products all priced at under £10, you'd be crazy not to give it a try. This post isn't sponsored as some of you may think, I'm just genuinely impressed with the brand! I wasn't expecting this post to be so bloody wordy so I'll speak about the Dusty Girls makeup products another time. (Also very good lol). I hope you're all having a lovely week! J x

Tuesday, 8 November 2016


When I walked past the Mac counter on my way to work and eyed up the new Nutcracker collection I couldn't resist. How dreamy, it really reminds me of the old Barbie and the nutcracker film I used to watch when I was younger and it gets me so excited for christmas. The gorgeous gold embroidery adds the perfect finishing touches and I was shocked at how affordable this range is - they've definitely hit the nail on the head when it comes to christmas gifts this year, I want it all!

The lipsticks are my favourite, I purchased the 'Nutcracker Sweet Nude Lip Bag' and you get this gorgeous bag and three lip products for a mere £28. Considering one lipstick is usually £15, I thought this was really quite a bargain. The gloss is in the shade 'Tuned In', the lipstick 'Magic Spell' and the liner 'In Control'. As you can see by the swatches they're a little darker than a usual nude but I am in love with them, the description 'warm cocoa spice' fits these shades perfectly. I barely ever wear gloss and I find myself popping this colour in my bag everyday lately. I love that this lippy is a Cremesheen too, I know a lot of people don't prefer this but in my opinion the Cremesheen's are a better lipstick than the matte's, so it's a thumbs up from me.

This was the product that convinced me to splurge if i'm honest, look at how beautiful it is! The rope detailing is so pretty and the swatches were super pigmented when I tried them in store before buying them.. (I didn't actually buy them in store, if you buy online you get free delivery and a free sample so it makes sense not too). Anyway, the highlight is phenom. It's a golden, glittery shade but it's pretty subtle and not too in your face. However, the blush?! I'd love to know how i managed to swatch that in store because honestly there's nothing to it. It takes a lot of effort to get any sort of product on your brush and payoff just isn't really that noticeable. But considering the whole compact plus the pretty packaging is £29, I'm still happy paying for one good shade, at least.

Overall I'm loving this new collection and have you seen that rose gold eye pigment? I need to get my hands on it. If you're struggling for christmas gifts this year I'd definitely recommend this collection, fairly cheap and they make gorgeous gifts.

Thanks for reading! J x 

Sunday, 30 October 2016


You know that feeling when the weather gets a little colder, the nights get darker and the one thing you wish you could do is wear pyjamas outside? wellllllll all my prayers have been answered with this Pull&Bear jumpsuit, I honestly feel like I'm wearing a blanket and it's heavenly. I mean, with pockets that deep the only logical thing to do is stuff them with biscuits on a lazy day and the baggy style can perfectly disguise my food baby at all costs - obviously I'm thrilled.

I feel I should've titled this post "Jen also went to Primark and got lots of bargains" because that's quite literally it. My leopard print turtleneck was £3, my pink denim jacket was £4 and I was also amazed to find these shoes to be honest, they were only £5! I've worn them pretty much everyday this past week and they're so comfy - I went to a house party a few days ago and someone asked if they were the Rihanna Puma shoes, lol - nope, just good old Primark. 

Since I'm starting to get slapped in the face with deadlines left right and centre and now working in my spare time I think the blogfront is going to be quite a challenge to keep up with but I shall make it my priority to squeeze a post once a week - even if it's just me talking about how ready I am to quit uni or how I hate the sight of gingerbread men now. 

Thanks for reading as always! 

Wednesday, 26 October 2016


Sunkissed Moroccan Escape Ombre Lips - Link here.

A few weeks back I woke up with an inbox full of blogger mail and an exciting message from Sunkissed Cosmetics. Honestly, I wasn't even aware of the amount of beauty products they actually stocked, I only recognised the bronzer and false tan (which is my favourite false tan ever now, I'm a Sunkissed convert). Anyway, I was asked if there was any products I'd like to try and being the lip fanatic I am I chose this set from the new Moroccan Escape range. It's actually an ombrè lip kit, but I didn't choose it for that purpose, I just loved the range of colours it had as I always go for pinks and reds. That's not to say that I didn't try the ombrè look though, but my makeup skills aren't exactly the best and even though there's a handy step-by-step I just looked like I'd been eating something and slopped my lippy everywhere, lol my bad.

Anywhoo, I've been simultaneously wearing these colours non-stop since I received the kit, I genuinely love them! The lighter pink is perfect for a during the day subtle look it reminds me of Mac Pink Plaid, the deep red is a gorgeous shade for fall and the other pink is the perfect bright shade for jazzing things up at night. Slightly annoying that these colours don't have names but never mind, I guess you'll understand which colours are which by the photographs.

I'm not a gloss person, I never have been, I don't like the texture and since I always wear my hair down due to the fact I have a giant head it doesn't really work in my favour, the minute there's a slight breeze my hairs covered in goo. Since I never buy or try them, I've never actually seen myself wearing gloss in a long time and I surprisingly love it. I think I'm a little bit of a gloss covert after trying this kit - the two shades are both fairly similar pinky nudes but I will definitely be wearing these again.

La look 1. Bright Pink

La Look 2. Deep Red

La Look 3. Light Pink

La Look 4. Gloss

Sorry about the lighting in these photos, every time I try and take face pictures they end up so out of theme they barely ever make the cut! Anyway, Voila! For an incredibly affordable price of £8.50 (that's £1.70 per item!) I'm impressed. The longevity is great, doesn't completely come away when you're eating and I love the shape of the crayons - it makes it super easy to apply. The only thing I would say is that they are quite fragrant and I know this isn't to everyone's taste. On first impressions, I was quite hungover when I opened the package and they smell a lot like Sambuca/Liquorice - which wasn't great.

However, I've leaned towards these products more than my beloved Mac lipsticks and that's saying a lot coming from me. You can view more of the Moroccan range via this link here and I'd definitely recommend you doing so as I know I will be. I love discovering new brands that are affordable yet equally as good. I've been trying out the false tan too so expect a review on that soon, thanks for reading as usual! J x

Friday, 21 October 2016


Since we're well into October now and the weather is getting progressively crap, my skins becoming pretty dry, sad and miserable. I'm not going to lie, I'm pretty lazy when it comes to my skin (shameful, I know) I cleanse and exfoliate twice a day and put moisturiser on before my makeup on a morning but that's about as hard as it usually gets. But lately, I've been practicing a lil self-love on an evening and took my skincare regime up a notch and I love the results. Not only is it such a nice way to relax and rewind before getting ready for bed, my skin has never felt smoother. I thought i'd share with you some of my favourites so we can all feel like a baby's bum together, enjoy!

Palmers Cocoa Butter - Link Here

I've been aware of the hype around this product since god knows when but the thought of an all-body moisturiser used to freak me out. Weird I know, but I hate the feeling of creams, etc in my hands and the thought of me rubbing it all over my body used to make me gag. Anyway, since my skin was so dry and practically scaly I took the plunge and bought an exfoliating glove to apply it with. This is the perfect combination! I use this after I've got out the shower and I smell heavenly, feel squeaky clean and the exfoliating glove really helps to keep my skin stay soft. I will warn you though, every time I use this I crave chocolate.

Loreal Detox Mask - Link Here

This mask has had so many reviews on the blogosphere I was sceptical of including it because I bet, like me, everyone's sick of seeing it by now, but it's too good not to include. It completely lives up to the hype and I've seen amazing results on my skin. I have pretty sensitive, oily-type skin so blackheads are a nightmare to get rid of as you could imagine. This is the only product I've used-so far- in my 20 year lifespan that actually minimises the look of my pores, I almost cried with happiness when I used it for the first time. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone!

Nivea Sensitive Night Cream - Link Here

I've been using this cream religiously for the past few weeks and I really don't know how I used to survive without it. Having sensitive skin, my skin can flare up pretty bad sometimes which leaves me with weird, red looking patches. This cream has completely fixed this problem for me and I look in the mirror on a morning and don't want to laugh at my pepperoni face anymore. I mean, I'm practically a supermodel now, so this is a true skincare champion - especially for the £3 price tag.

Nuxe Multi-Purpose Dry Oil - Link Here

I'm not going to lie, this product was neglected for quite some time before I decided I'd give it a go (lost in my boring Birchbox products drawer). Having oily skin, I immediately get put off by oils because I think it'll just make my skin worse but I was so wrong about this. The oil works pretty much anywhere you want to put it, I rub it into the ends of my hair after a shower and I apply it to my face if it's looking a little dehydrated. The smell is so addictive, it's literally like applying a layer of silk on your body. This little sample has lasted me quite some time and my boyfriend has been pinching it when he can too. So I'll definitely be repurchasing this once it runs out.

Thanks for reading, I hope you have a lovely weekend! 

Saturday, 15 October 2016


Last weekend, the boyfriend and I were wandering around the Quayside in Newcastle when we came across this cat cafe, "Catpawcino" how adorable is that name? love a good pun! Anyway, long story short I pretty much fell in love with the whole place and I walked away with a loyalty card and a whole lot of plans to visit again. I mean, anyone who knows me will tell you how much I love cats, I find it practically impossible to walk past a cat without saying hello and giving it a little pet, so you can imagine my excitement to stumble across this place.

It's a fairly small, snug cafe but you can't miss those adorable cats napping in the window and it gets even better once you step in. The cafe itself is quaint, yet beautifully decorated with shabby-chic mismatch furniture and pretty cat climbing towers, I was impressed before I'd even took in the array of furry friends.

Entry to Catpawcino is £5, which is redeemable for a soft drink, tea or coffee, which really isn't very bad at all. I mean, getting a drink surrounded by cute little cats.. I'd pay far more in Costa and I definitely wouldn't get that enjoyment! I'd much rather be spending my time in this cafe trying to make friends. It also goes towards vet bills, food and feline entertainment - so if that doesn't justify it I don't know what will. They also serve sandwiches and cakes, which looked pretty tasty.

As far as atmosphere goes, the woman who greeted us was really friendly and welcoming, it was our first time and she had no hesitations explaining everything to us and even gave us some treats to hand out to the kittens. I mean, cats are cats at the end of the day and the majority weren't really phased by my presence (as much as I wished they were) they much preferred napping and gazing out the windows. But some of them were pretty sociable - especially once you had a few treats or a toy in your hand.

It's a super relaxing place, getting to sit and drink a coffee, stroke a few cats and listen to peaceful music - there wasn't anything I could fault. It's strange, if I went to my friends house just to catch up and stroke their cats it would probably be exactly the same yet for some reason I couldn't help but be completely overjoyed by this cafe.

The fee is for an hours sitting, which you can understand as the cafe is fairly small and there's obviously a lot of people who want to experience this, so I'd definitely recommend booking beforehand if you're planning to go anytime soon.

If you're ever walking along the Quayside, make sure you stop by! you can access the Catpawcino's Facebook page here, Thanks for reading x

Thursday, 6 October 2016


Dress / Glamorous / Link

Shoes / Office / Link

Can we all take a moment and appreciate the fact that I'm actually out.. in public.. taking blog photographs?! Honestly if I'd of said to myself a few months ago that I'd be taking photographs outside in front of people I'd of laughed and said there's not a chance. I really pushed to meet most of my September goals if you remember that post and this was one of them, so I'm really chuffed with myself. Hopefully I'll grow out of that awkward cross your legs and look to the left pose though, ha.  

Anyway, in other news, I thought I'd share this outfit with you all. I love Amy from SaltAndChic's style and I seen her wearing the longer version of this dress from Glamorous quite a while back and I was instantly like, yes I need that in my life. Then I saw on Asos that they did a smock dress version and it was in PETITE?! obviously it was fate that I bought this. Burgundy's, dark greens and burnt orange shades are what I tend to lean towards when I'm transitioning into my autumn wardrobe. Paired with a simple leather and buckle boots and it's grown into a staple look. 

My boots are by far my favourite purchase this month too, although coming in a little pricey £84 pounds to be precise. I love them and I know they're going to be worth the money just in the wear I'll get out of them. They're the perfect little boot that seems to make every outfit I've worn recently just a little bit jazzier. I also feel like the heel length is perfect just as an everyday boot, when you have legs as short as mine wearing heels for a long amount of time can be quite painful. But so far, I've had no problems and I'm quite besotted with them. 

I wish I had a few more photographs to share with you all but honestly it was the windiest day and I'm quite thankful I have three decent photos because I genuinely thought there was going to be none where I didn't look like I was about to blow away in the wind!

Hope everyone's having a lovely thursday evening. Thanks for reading! x 

Sunday, 2 October 2016


Hello, it's me.. Jen, if you've forgotten. Queue the 'I'm such a terrible blogger' jokes and apologies as I've been really quiet on the blogosphere lately. I want to start by saying a huge thank you to all of you who entered my giveaway, the response was lovely and I'm so thankful you took the time to enter and massive congrats to Sonia for winning!

It's proving to be pretty damn difficult finding the time to blog now I'm back at university (I still manage to find time to bingewatch Netflix though, shame on me). But I'm working on it, blogging is one of the only things I truly love doing so I refuse to slack any longer. Especially since we're now moving into my favourite month of the year - who else am I going to share my halloween and pumpkin spice latte adventures with?!

Anyway, since I'm still trying to decorate and make my uni room a little more homely I thought I'd show you my progress so far. There's still a long way to go, I'm a perfectionist so I'll probably never be 100% happy with it (don't mention those awful cream walls). But so far, it's coming along nicely. There's parts of my room I don't want to share just yet, but once I find the decor to suit my girly needs it'll be complete. I'll try to add some of the links to a few things I've picked up recently because I love reading those kinda posts and finding some affordable uni decor too, so here goes. Enjoy!

Bedding: Primark
Flora Poster: Urban Outfitters

10 points if you spot me. I love this little storage box I got from Ikea, it's the "Kallax" series and it was literally £20, how good is that? I love that you can accessorise with the boxes to fit the spaces too. I don't have the same colour scheme in my bedroom at home so when it comes to moving back I'll be able to pick up some different coloured boxes to pop in whilst I'm at home. I think this is my favourite part of the room so far, it's a little bit cluttered but that's just me, I'm a little cluttered human. Shoutout to Ken the catcus for hanging on in there too, he's grown so much since last year, I'm a very proud cacti mother.

This is also another Ikea purchase *shock* as when I moved in the furniture provided was.. 'sparse' to say the least. I'm a kinda gal to have a cup of tea and a lamp right beside me so I can read in bed to my hearts content, so I obviously needed to buy a bedside table. This is the 'Selje' and again, it's £20. I love the way it looks and it's just the right size. I also picked up the little glasses holder from Tiger for around £4, how adorable is it?! I also just noticed my beauty blender is dirty and I think I must be the worst beauty blogger on the entire planet. Oh, and there's another catcus.

The rug above was from Ikea, christ I hate that word now, I promise I'm not sponsored. I have a little bit of floor space and I think this just breaks the whole bare feel of it up a little and it's super soft and comfy, especially for ten pounds too. The little cards I've got up next to my door are some of my favourite images from Tumblr I put together and printed. Some of them are funky patterns and some have lyrics from my favourite songs, I think they were around 40p to print from allposters.co.uk and I'd definitely recommend doing it, it's such a cheap yet pretty way of sprucing up yo walls.

And heres me, looking way too happy sporting my new dorky glasses and my brown-gone-ginger ombrè/ish hair. I'm really trying to make the most out of my second year and I feel so much happier already, I'm bettering myself, organising my work in good time and I've even pushed myself to ask questions and not be afraid to speak up. For blogging, I promise you'll see a lot more of my face in the very-near future, I've even scheduled a few posts in advance. Me? scheduling?! I know. Thanks for reading and I hope you're having a lovely sunday. Xx

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