Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Is the James Charles palette worth the hype?




Yes, the title of this post means I finally got my hands on the James Charles palette. I’m definitely a little bit late to the game on this one, but these things sold out quicker than the Greggs vegan sausage roll so what was a girl to do?

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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Meet Margo




If you’re one of the people who used to read my blog, you may have noticed I took a big (unintentional) break last year and barely posted anything throughout 2018. But, it’s a new year, and one of my resolutions is to post once a week so what better time than now to give my favourite little girl, Margo, a proper introduction?

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Tuesday, 1 January 2019

I read 52 books in a year and it was a terrible idea



I actually did it. I read a book a week for a year. Or, at least, I read 52 books over the course of a year, having fallen behind schedule on more than one occasion and needing a real effort to catch up.

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Sunday, 16 December 2018

My worst date ever



This year, I've tried something I've never done before.

I’ve been dating.

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Sunday, 7 October 2018

A lot can happen in a year



It’s a massive cliché right? But it’s true.                  


I have been thinking about this lately because midway through this week it occurred to me that it had been a year ago to the week that I had started work experience at the PR agency I ended up getting a
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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Why dipbrow will change your life



If you are lucky enough to be blessed with eyebrows you can actually see, then this probably won’t be much help. If, like me, you find yourself with eyebrows that blend into the rest of your face and you would like to change that, then keep reading because this blog post is for you.
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Sunday, 29 April 2018

Where did March and April go?



You may have noticed that I didn’t upload a post about the books I read in March. Despite this, I have (somehow) kept up with my reading challenge so far this year and so I have combined the books I read in March and April into one post instead of two. 

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Sunday, 25 March 2018

Love, Simon and why coming out narratives are so important



I have been excited about Love, Simon since I first saw the trailer last year and I was lucky enough to go to a preview screening of the film on Wednesday evening.  This film has been in the back of my mind for months waiting for it to come out and I was so looking forward to finally seeing it.
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Monday, 19 March 2018

What I read in February



I had so many ideas and posts planned for this month but as usual, life happened and my blog went down to the bottom of my list of priorities. February ended up being pretty difficult so I had a bit of a break from being online, which was well needed.
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Monday, 12 March 2018

Coming of age




I saw Lady Bird two weeks ago. I had just been at a lunchtime awards ceremony with work that had overran, so I had to jump out of my lift at traffic lights, heels in a bag in my hand and run through Newcastle in a party dress in order to get to Tyneside Cinema in time to buy a ticket for the afternoon
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Thursday, 1 February 2018

What I read in January


Last year, I set myself the target of reading two books a month. I hadn’t been reading very regularly since leaving university in 2016 because I studied English literature and honestly, I wanted a bit of a break. I had been reading two or three books a week for three years and it took me quite a while after
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