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Showing posts from April, 2018

how to get away with murder

I have been an HTGAWM fan since it began, and I cannot count the number of times I have stayed up until 2/3am just to watch it when it goes live in the US. I think it is an incredible show, so for those who have watched and for those who haven't, I have compiled a list of thoughts, simply to make you reconsider your opinions/I love reading peoples opinions of shows I have watched to see how they differ so this may be of use to you. I have tried to make it as spoiler free as possible, of course, there are some spoilers in there but the big reveal of each season I have kept a secret just in case you have not watched/finished it yet. Oh, and it is a long one, so grab a cup of tea and some snacks and enjoy!.

SEASON 1 This season is incredibly quick paced, packed with a ton of twists and turns. Throughout the season there are sections that make no sense, and this continues in the later seasons, however, the layout of the show makes these small issues irrelevant, they have little impact o…

four top self-help books

Self-help/life lesson books are something I love to read in my spare time. Although I do enjoy fictional pieces of work, I find it meaningful to also read books that further my personality, that help me learn how to move through personal challenges and understand my true self. Even if you're not a big fictional reader, I do think self-help books have a positive impact and tend not to be too difficult to read, so I always recommend at least trying to read one or two a year. As we move forward in time, and the world becomes more competitive, people judge themselves more and personal challenges get more difficult, the market for self-help books has expanded and more people are publishing life books than ever before. Here are a few self-help books I have personally read/I have heard incredible things about, in order to try and help you on your journey.
Take It All On Board: 8 Steps To Mastering The Slope & Life With Confidence by Kate Mackay
Certified Performance Coach, Kate Mackay s…

product's i would not repurchase

I love seeing posts about which products people would continue to purchase, however it is refreshing to see which ones people would not. Sometimes they simply may not buy them again because their skin type has changed or they have found better value for money, not just because they hate them and it is interesting to consider the reasons they would not spend their money again. So, I have been through both my makeup and miscellaneous draw (if I'm honest all my draws are miscellaneous) and decide which products I would not repurchase. I also really liked this picture, I don't need all these products because oh bitch! I'm perfect!
MAC Whirl (£17.50)- I am not even sure if the colour is Whirl because the name has rubbed off, however, I wouldn't buy any more MAC lipsticks in general. I didn't think the lipstick was terrible, I just don't really like the satin finish it gives and I find that I have to reapply it quite a bit. It was not bad, but definitely not worth the…