It’s no secret that satin slip skirts have been doing the rounds over the last few months. You could throw a stone into any highstreet shop and the chances are pretty good that you’ll hit one. They come in all different colours and patterns and you probably have at least one in your wardrobe already.
Happy Friday folks! The weekend is finally here and all I can think about is the Chinese takeaway that I’m more than likely to devour in a few hours time. My week has pretty much been spent working from the comfort of my sofa surrounded by tissues, but I wanted to do a little weekly round-up of some things I’ve been enjoying over the past seven days.
Today is June 31 – exactly six months since New Year’s Eve and with that, exactly since months since I last ate meat. Yes, I was that person who decided go veggie on the first day of 2018 after deciding it months before, but you know what – sometimes new year’s resolutions can be a good thing and I felt like I needed a definitive cut off point. So, I thought I would reflect on how I’ve found vegetarianism so far and my reasons for deciding to take the plunge and finally cut out meat once and for all. Also be sure to read until the end for some of my favourite veggie recipes!
Why hi there, hello, how are you all? It’s a pretty dreary day in Liverpool which is unfortunate seeing as every day I’ve been in work this week it’s been absolutely beautiful. But oh well, there’s not much we can do about it except for cross our fingers that Sunday will see the return of some sunshine – I’ve checked my weather app and I don’t want to jinx it but we’re looking good guys. Whilst it’s drizzling away outside I thought I’d take the opportunity to get comfy and catch you up on some of the things I took a shine to during the month of May. And yes, I, like the rest of the world, am in shock that it’s June already.
It’s no secret that the news is full of tragic events – pick up a newspaper and its slim pickings to find anything remotely positive. Bad news sells papers after all. Reading stories about the horrors happening across the globe is a sure fire way to get you down, and whilst it’s vital to stay informed, it’s equally as important to remind yourself that not everything is doom and gloom. In an attempt to cheer things up, I’ve put together some uplifting news stories to warm your heart…