Tuesday, 22 January 2019

NYK1 Secrets Lash Force Lash and Brow Growth Serum Review


I have already talked about trying out and using lash growth serums recently on my blog but I thought I would do a review on how I've got on with using the NYK1 Secrets Lash Force Lash and Brow Growth Serum* along with how my lashes are looking after consistently using the product over a month. 
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Sunday, 20 January 2019

A Natural Way To Ease Period Cramps?! BeYou Patches... Do They Work?

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I know what you're thinking... A patch which basically looks like a long plaster which contains some natural oils can calm or stop your period cramps or even endometriosis/PCOS flare up pain? Yeah right! I know, I thought the same when I first heard about them. So I thought I'd talk about my experience whilst trying out the patches and whether or not I recommend them because let's face it, periods suck and if there's a natural way to calm or stop cramps then I'll take it!


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Saturday, 19 January 2019

Trying Out Gluten Free, Gourmet Popcorn from Popcorn Shed!



You may have seen on my insta stories that I was sent a ton of popcorn from Popcorn Shed about a month or so ago and it's taken this long to get around trying them all out. I'm pretty sure they sent me every flavour they have available. So I thought I would tell you more about the brand and also which of the popcorn flavours I liked the most! 
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Wednesday, 16 January 2019

My Thoughts On Completing My First Tax Return Since Becoming Self Employed


Oh boy, this is a post I've been meaning to write for a while but well, I'm not going to lie I've been putting off completing my self assessment form all year. I absolutely hate filling in any type of form with a passion. I always feel like I'm going to mess it up. Also knowing you've got to fill in a form for HMRC aka "the tax man" is actually scary, will I end up doing it wrong and end up with a fine? Every time I took a glance at the self assessment form and what it looks like I'd shut down and put it off for even longer and I know I'm probably not alone in that either. But then a few weeks ago I just sat down one afternoon and did it. I don't know where the motivation and confidence came from but I did it and guess what? Altogether it only took about an hour. So I'm going to talk about my overall thoughts and also some extra information if you've just become self employed or being thinking of becoming self employed via your blog soon.


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Monday, 14 January 2019

New Year, New Wardrobe Wishlist



I've decided that this year I'm going to try and get out of my comfort zone with what I wear on a daily basis. I'm very much a fan of a slogan or stripe tee or cosy jumper and leggings/jeggings and either boots or trainers. I just like being comfortable and cosy which isn't a bad thing but when I look in my wardrobe and I just feel like I have a lot of the same things in different colours and patterns. I rarely wear dresses or skirts, although I have been wearing dresses a little bit more over the past few months but that's because I find them comfortable when I'm bloated thanks to my health problems. I recently did a blog post titled "New Year, New Wardrobe" and it was all about why I want to be more confident with what I'm wearing and not to shy away from certain styles because I'm plus size and also to start shopping at different places to where I normally shop. So I thought in this post I'd bring to you a Wishlist which features both things I would buy which are in my comfort zone and also some things which aren't in my comfort zone at all.
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