How to find the cheapest flights for a serious case of wanderlust

I wanted to share with you my lovelies the absolute best way to find the cheapest flights around when you don’t necessarily have a date or destination in mind. As long as you’re willing to be a little flexible you can find flights for as little as £15 RETURN. Book flights the right way Ok…

Prague- A travellers guide

A great friend of mine who lives in Estonia texted me a few weeks ago out of the blue and asked me if I wanted to go to Prague. I said yes because I’m always up for an adventure but I was totally unprepared with what I would find when I got to the Czech…

Three golden rules to become a wardrobe minimalist

For years and years and yeeeaars I would try to clean out my wardrobe every 6-8 months or so and get rid of a very small bag of clothes and within a few weeks it would be totally full and unmanageable again and I would lose things in it constantly. Since starting my minimalist journey I…

Minimalism for the makeup hoarder

Turns out that I have held onto makeup and beauty products like an absolute crazy woman. I love love love makeup but the crazy thing is…I almost never wear it. My look consisted of mascara and some concealer but I have an entire trolly of beauty products which I just don’t use. I have a love/hate…

How I became a minimalist in a weekend

So as you can probably tell from my lack of posting, this time in my life has been going at 100000 miles per hour. I’ve been working 2 jobs covering 7 days a week, I’ve been traveling to and from London for job interviews and, now I’ve been offered a contract, I am also  preparing to…

The cheapest Ikea hacks to furnish your first flat

If you’re like me you’re looking to rent your first flat pretty soon and it’s much cheaper, in the long run, to rent an unfurnished place. I’m sure you could find some pretty nice furniture at a good price by trawling through second-hand shops and yard sales but if you’re lazy, like me, a one-stop shop to…

The Red Turtle- A Review

The Red Turtle is the story of a nameless stranger, shipwrecked and lost on an uninhabited island in the middle of the sea. Desperate to escape and return to the world of mankind he makes a raft only to have it destroyed time and again by a mystical red sea turtle. The film is the…

Shills Charcoal Peel Off Mask- Review

2 posts about charcoal products within 10 days? Hehe, I’m not even sorry. Charcoal skincare is in vogue and the most popular of all? Peel off skin masks, they are reported to be fantastic…and agonising. I’m going to be reviewing SHILLS Original Peel Off Black Mask With Activated Charcoal and reporting back if it actually works, and…

Best products to survive long plane journeys

The longest plane journey I’ve ever been on is the 24-hour nightmare that takes you from London Heathrow to sunny Sydney- of course, it was hell but there are things you can do to make the journey more bearable! Bring your phone charger-  Most modern planes have a USB charging port in the T.V so…

Charcoal Teeth Whitening- Powder vs Toothpaste

Charcoal teeth whitening is very popular at the moment, and it should be, it’s a cheap, all natural way of lifting stains from your teeth. There are 2 basic ways of using it, either simply as toothpaste or by applying it to your teeth in powder form after you’ve brushed as normal. I’m going to…

Creative Souvenirs- A travellers Guide

Whats up guys and girls? I swear that this isn’t some huge mess of junk, this is actually a treasured collection of memories. Most people collect something or other when they travel so I decided to share my crazy list of souvenirs with you for a little creative inspiration. Lets start with an old favourite, postcards!…

Colour Pop- Review

Colour Pop is one of the hottest names in cosmetics right now and it’s also one of the most affordable, I’m going to be reviewing a whole host of their cosmetics, including eyeshadows, highlighters, brush’s and lippys 😍 Colour Pop doesn’t test on animals, they describe themselves as ‘bunny friendly’ and always stay on trend…