Food · Review

Brunching at Cosy Club

One of the best things about Liverpool is the places to eat.

Whether it’s breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert or afternoon tea, there’s something on every street and sometimes, it’s pretty hard to choose where to go.

On Tuesday morning, Meg and I went to Cosy Club for the first time before spending the day shooting outfit photos.

The menu is pretty easy to locate online so I knew exactly what I was having before I’d even sat down.

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Beauty · Review

My Current Favourite Shower Cream

What’s the difference between a shower gel and a shower cream?

Shower cream is a moisturising formula and tends to be thinner than a shower gel/body wash and it will develop a foam when you gently rub it into your skin. 

Well, you learn something new every day..

For the past 2-3 years, I’ve been obsessed with the Soap & Glory Clean On Me Shower Gel as it has the most amazing scent and leaves my skin feeling super soft, but I did want something a little cheaper but still as moisturising.

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Home · Lifestyle

Surviving The Darker Days

Ooh, the title is a bit deep isn’t it? 

Since the clocks went back, we’re greeted by dark mornings and even darker evenings. We barely see the daylight, the fresh is crisp and the frost has returned.

I’ve never had an issue with the darker months. Over time, I’ve learnt how to embrace them, make the most of them and enjoy them. After all, they’re here each year and we can’t exactly change that.

I don’t have many tips, but the ones which do work for me, I’ve decided to share…

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Fashion · Lifestyle

My Relationship With My Body

I haven’t done a fashion post since June.

There are a few reasons behind why: nobody to take photos, no nice places to shoot the photos, no new clothes to talk about but most of all, my weight.

I’d say for the past two years, my weight has been a huge issue.

If you’ve been reading my blog for over a year, you’ll know that when I was travelling in New Zealand (March, 2016), I had extremely bad back pain and it was only until I was back in the UK that I was diagnosed with gallstones.

Not just your average gallstones. Gallstones which put me into private care for an emergency operation (January, 2017) as they were extremely severe.

I’m the heaviest that I’ve ever been.

I don’t know how much I weigh but all I know is that I’m not happy.

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Sunday

The Sunday Post #45

Oh hi November, it’s nice to see you.

The previous two Sunday posts haven’t been my best, I’ll admit that.

Mentally, I’ve been in a horrible frame of mind and despite not wanting to miss a Sunday post, I feel as though the last two weeks shouldn’t have been posted.

Things are still very much “a work in progress” in my life.

Things which I’ll update you on but there’s one big aspect which I don’t wish to discuss at all for personal reasons.

However, this week has been flipping great and today is the Mr’s 29th birthday so I’ll let you all know about what we’ve been doing this weekend in next week’s post (obviously this was written on Friday afternoon in advance!)

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Books · Review

I See You by Clare Mackintosh

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Published: 20th April 2017
Publisher: Little Brown
Pages: 384

Blurb:

When Zoe Walker sees her photo in the classifieds section of a London newspaper, she is determined to find out why it’s there. There’s no explanation: just a grainy image, a website address and a phone number. She takes it home to her family, who are convinced it’s just someone who looks like Zoe. But the next day the advert shows a photo of a different woman, and another the day after that. Is it a mistake? A coincidence? Or is someone keeping track of every move they make…

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