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In today's post, I'm going to be talking about things to do and places to visit in Scotland. Once everything goes back to normal in the world I really want to try and push myself to go further afield if my chronic pain will let me and Scotland has always been somewhere I've wanted to visit either in the Summer or around Christmastime. I'd probably stay in Airbnb's during my time in Scotland so that if I needed to rest up I could easily do so in more of a homely setting instead of a hotel. So this post is kind of a rundown of things I'd love to do or see during my potential visit to Scotland. Also, a lot of the places on my list are operating as normal whilst obviously following the COVID-19 guidelines so if you're nearby or planning a visit then maybe you could add one or two of these on your to-do list.

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I thought I'd start doing round-up beauty favourites again on my blog but not on a monthly basis, just when I feel like I have a nice selection of products that I've been enjoying and want to talk about why I like them. So here are seven products that I've been really enjoying using recently!

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September's Roccabox is all about being a 'Boss Babe' and the box also includes some fab female-owned brands this month too! I really like the fact this month's box has some products which are perfect for the upcoming colder months and with the box contents coming to a total of almost £60, I'll be surprised if you don't want to snap a box up for yourself after seeing what's inside.
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Being deficient in any vitamins or minerals can really play on your mind and body in ways that you probably wouldn't even realise. From anaemia, depression, fatigue, lower back pain, weakness and more. As a chronically ill person who works from home, I am very aware of the telltale signs of vitamin and mineral deficiency, particularly Vitamin D because of how my chronic pain limits my ability to get out of the house as much as an average person does. So in this post, I'm going to be talking about the telltale symptoms of being low on Vitamin D, how it can affect your mind and body and also ways to improve your overall Vitamin D levels. I thought this post might be helpful with us approaching Autumn and Winter when we obviously have shorter days and longer nights and also the fact that more of us might be working from home this year because of Coronavirus.

I thought it was time I'd do another What I've Been Reading, Watching and Listening To Lately post as I've realised that the last one was way back in May! I've definitely been more into watching TV shows over anything else over the past few months which is why there's a few on my list this time around. 
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