If like me, you, unfortunately, have dark purple to blue “circles” (more like a constant dark patch for me) under your eyes. Then this post is for you! Over the years I have tried gosh knows how many concealers, products etc to hide them and even some silly “trick” ways that include putting frozen tissue on your eyes…. But often they don’t work or barely cover. So, today I am writing a post on the products I have found to actually work.
Yes, I am moving again… This time it will be in a new house that Robyn and I chose together, totally unfurnished and all very exciting! For this unexpected move, I needed to make some extra cash and fast. I decided I am going to share with you the 5 things I am currently doing to earn that extra cash, because you may be wanting to move, holiday, learn to drive or anything and these are fun and some not too time-consuming ways to make fast cash!
Decorating your home or moving soon? Then this post is perfect for you if you want some inspiration on the modern home style, or want to know where to get some investment pieces that won’t break the bank.
If you are like me, have a full-time job or perhaps even a busy and demanding part-time one, we know how easy it can be to just fall onto the sofa and stay there for hours eating food and watching tv. Yes, the intention to blog there, but not much willpower to actually do it, and this becomes far too much of an easy ‘rut’ to break. Then there are the evenings when you think “I could really do with blogging tonight, but I have been asked to go out”, or just the, I really could do with a few hours from the house moments. We all get it from time to time, so I am going to tell you tips and ways on how you can get your blogger game together and still have a fun social life!
It’s gorgeously sunny as I sit in the garden typing this with my camera, music and sound of the waves and cars surrounding me.It’s pretty incredible but the garden could do with a bit of TLC, wood from the kitchen and old decking are leaned up against the walls as the landlord has been yet unable to burn/ get rid and I sit here feeling inspired to make this a lovely place to invite friends over for drinks and such. So I have decided to put together a post on a few things that are on my to buy list or even just an idea wishlist of how I could make it look good.
Recently I have been decorating our little house, concentrating on my office space and the lounge and because I just love plants a succulent garden/terrarium was a must for my office space. I show you in easy steps what you need and how to make a unique succulent terrarium in your home.
Got a blogger girl in your life? Whether that be a girlfriend, best friend, family or someone you just want to gift. I can give you a few ideas on what most bloggers are lusting over right now, with a price range from low to high, I am sure there will be something to suit any budget and they will love.
Wanting to grow your Pinterest followers or would even like advice how to improve and engage more with your readers? Then a Pinterest Audit may be for you.. Read here to find out more.
The lovely people at Litecraft wanted to send me a new desk lamp from their range for my new blog/office room and I thought what better way to show it off than teaching you lot how to create the typical blogger aesthetic desk space.
Everyone gets struck by writers blog/ lack of inspiration or just lost their way and it’s OK. No one’s a robot we are all human with real life complications so a break may be needed but for those times you don’t want a break just a little nudge in the right direction for inspiration then look no further than here.
I am going to share with you 25 post ideas, some you may have seen passed around a bit through the blogging sphere but some are I think quite unique. Also, I am going to share with you 5 blog photo ideas that pretty much anyone can create.
So I stopped blogging, although mostly just social media for a couple of months. A few blog posts were already scheduled and one I had to write up because I had already agreed to post it, so you may not have noticed via here, but on social media, I totally dropped off. So when I decided to kick back into it as I was missing writing, the friends/ people and adventures I got through it, I drafted up some new posts and read a post here from Makeup Savvy on why you should update your old blog posts.
We’ve all been there. You’re all dressed up, looking pretty, feeling fabulous and just as you’re about to leave your house, you take that one snap of yourself, so you can secretly admire how amazing you are later. But all that goes away when you actually look at the picture. It just doesn’t look right. You try different poses, tilt your head from side to side, and after twenty shots, you just give up. You still look great in the mirror, that’s what counts.
So true, but then, there are situations when you’re going somewhere where you’ll be photographed, like dinner parties, birthdays, celebrations of all kinds, and you want to look nice in those pictures. Because you’ll inevitably show up somewhere on the internet, or you yourself would like to post a nice picture. Photography makeup is a form of art for itself, but with clothes it’s a little different – and easier, thank God! You don’t have to go overboard and change your personal style for the sake of a simple photoshoot, just keep in mind these few tips the next time you dress for the camera.