Recently, I wrote in a blogpost about how a change of season can bring new inspiration and motivation and, since it's most definitely winter now, I've been thinking more about how I enjoy a change of season and how each one effects me.
I think Christmas is fab time to have some fun with makeup and I love to feel glitzy and glamorous on the dance floor with a glass of prosecco in hand. I thought I'd share some of my favourite tips for creating a super-glam and flawless party look.
This week I turned 22, and before flying off to Budapest for a little break with my boyfriend, I celebrated my birthday with my family at Sweetharts in Blackhill, Consett.
I've been wearing this makeup for work, days out, and special occasions all season - I think the combination of deep colours and soft, imperfect blending makes it so versatile.
I really loved how unique the place is as an alternative to your usual bars and restaurants in Newcastle. It's great as a meeting place before a night out, a date night, or an afternoon out with friends.
I've had a bit more time for reading over the summer and wanted to share some of my favourite reads.
September marks my blog's first birthday! So I thought I would celebrate by writing a blog post because I've been so rubbish at this lately. I'm going to talk about how I need to try harder but first I thought I would do a little life update.
In July I spent a week in Dorset with the boyfriend and my family. I absolutely loved the place; everywhere is gorgeous, meaning there's loads of Instagram opportunities, and there's so much to do.
I love going out to eat. Probably too much. And since this Monday signals the start of Newcastle's Restaurant Week it's a brilliant excuse to go and enjoy some of the amazing restaurants Newcastle has to offer.
I'm not usually one for fashion posts but there's been a few items I've loved wearing this summer that I really wanted to share.