Friday, 29 March 2013

OPI nail envy natural nail strengthener

So here is today's proper post! I thought I'd introduce you all to my nail miracle worker! I got this in New York when I went last year (if you're interested in what else i got, check out my haul post!) and it was just something I picked up in the supermarket. As OPI is so much easier to pick up over in the states, I couldn't pass up on the opportunity really! 

Now my nails are pretty bad. I think it's because of excessive use of nail polish when I was younger. I would often chop and change the colour of my nail polish which meant my nails were constantly being dried out from both the polish, itself, and the nail varnish remover. As a result, my nails were extremely brittle and used  to break really easily. They also used to crack so I could often sort of 'peel'/pick off parts of the top layer of my nails which left them in a really horrific state. Generally, this made me dislike them a lot and it made me want to cover up the dryness with polishes but this just made it worse and thus got me into a vicious cycle! I have, however, got much better in the past couple of years and my nails have improved. But they still dry out and become brittle whenever I wear nail polish. Therefore, I needed something to keep them looking healthy and to make them stronger! So when I spotted this I thought it would be great. It's named as a 'Natural Nail Strengthener with Maximum Strength Formula' which sounded very promising and perfect for what I was looking for.

It has a creamy, milky sort of colour but as you can see from the pictures, it does apply and dry clearly. It gives your nails a very shiny and glossy colour which I absolutely love! Obviously nails are naturally quite matte but some people can get theirs to look shiny (i think this is to do with how healthy they are overall) so I wanted to get mine looking polished too. I found that this is both good for wearing on its own and under nail polishes so that they don't stain. This means it has a sort of 2-in-1 function which is great!

I tend to put 2 coats on and the next day put another coat over the top. Then, on the day after, I take it all off with polish remover and start the process again with 2 coats and so on. I find this very effective and I am loving the state of my nails at the current moment. Obviously I've not seen real long term effects but over the past month/2 months that I've been using it, I've seen positive results. I still have to be careful when wearing a coloured nail varnish as they do dry my nails out still but not as badly as before!

A final couple of positives are that the brush is of a good width which means that you can literally swipe some of the polish onto your nail once and have it all covered. Obviously I do it a couple of times to ensure maximum coverage but it's great if you're in a rush (which reminds me that the drying time is just a couple of minutes - another brilliant advantage!). And lastly, it's really nice to put on after you've taken off a coloured varnish as it just makes your nails look so good and natural!

So there we go! Just a quick review on one of my favourite products at the moment! Now I'm not sure how easy it is to get around the UK but there are definitely some sellers on Ebay (some unfortunately selling at ridiculous prices!). I also spotted that there is a Maintenance version and Matte version of the Nail Envy polish (i have the original for reference) so I'm definitely interested in checking out some more. And I actually just had a further search and found this link where the seller is selling nail envy's that are actually tailored to different nail types so I'd definitely check those out too!

Not much to update you on apart from what I got up to today - I woke up earlier than yesterday (thank the lord - i don't actually like having huge lie ins because they just make me feel all disorientated and as if i've just wasted the day!) and went to the gym again with my mum which was great. Then this afternoon my parents and I visited Blakemere Craft Centre which is where I used to go a lot as a child so it was really lovely to go there. We checked out some of the shops, grabbed a bit of lunch and then did a spot of shopping (all i got was sweets and cake - very naughty!). I definitely recommend giving it a visit if you like cute little crafty/gift shops!

Tomorrow my parents and I were going to go to Tatton Park for a nice walk and to visit the Craft Fair they're having there (it's on Sunday and Monday too so if you fancy a visit definitely go and check it out!) but unfortunately I've been asked to cover an 8 hour shift for a girl at my work. It sucks a lot because I'm also working Sunday but as my mum always says - 'think of the money!'. But yes, I'll hopefully give you all a post tomorrow after work! See you then! :) 

Thursday, 28 March 2013

what ARE you playing at?

Yes Beth, what are you playing at? Where has your blogging gone and why haven't there been any new posts recently? Well, I can't even give you an answer to that because everything seems to have come at once this past week and it's just been manic!

Yesterday was my last day before breaking up for Easter so the past 3 days were pretty busy but Monday was also the deadline for a huge project (EPQ for anyone interested - don't worry, it's not the external deadline, just my school's internal one!) which meant all last week, any spare time I got, was doing that. Therefore, unfortunately, my blog got pushed to one side. HOWEVER, I am now off for 2 whole weeks (and a bit extra) so I'll fingers crossed, hopefully be blogging everyday!

I do have a list of things I want to blog about so I do have a structure and so I'm just hoping it all goes to plan! I'm sorry this isn't a proper post but I just thought I'd let you know where I've been and what my plans are! Proper blogging will continue tomorrow!

Although today was the first full day of my Easter holidays, I've actually not done that much. I had a nice lie in and then I went to the gym with my mum which always puts me in a better mood. It just allows me to 'escape' for a bit and let me think about things/think things through. It's just great! Then this afternoon I've had a huge 'overhaul' of my bedroom and study which has made me feel so good. I've chucked a load of things out and it's all just so organised and tidy now! I'm now just watching The Big Reunion on ITV2 (been LOVING this show) and I'm trying to rope a friend into going to their Christmas tour with me!

But that's all for now so I'll love you and leave you and post properly tomorrow! I hope everyone's been okay whilst I've been away from blogging! :) 

Sunday, 17 March 2013

GLOSSYBOX PRODUCT #2 deborah lippmann mini nail varnish in razzle dazzle

The last time I reviewed a product from Glossybox was in August 2011 (!!!) so it's about time that I checked out another item! It's another nail varnish but from a different brand and this time a glitter. Before I got this in my box, I'd never heard of Deborah Lippmann so Glossybox definitely fulfilled their aim by introducing people to brands they may not have heard from! When I saw it in my box I was very happy as it's so gorgeous and the name is so fabulous - 'razzle dazzle'!

Now the pictures show the product itself, what it looks like opaque (with 3 coats) and after 6 days of wear (sunday to friday - so that you can check out the chipping of the product). However, it is all down to personal use as some people won't use their hands as much as others. For example, I use computers quite a lot every day and so typing definitely causes wearing. Also, I didn't use a top coat and I'm sure if I had they would have looked a little better maybe.

Anyway, onto my thoughts on the product! It really is a gorgeous glitter polish and the glitter particles are smaller than any others that I have used before which it makes it a much more subtle polish and therefore easier to wear daily than perhaps other glitter polishes. The overall appearance of the polish would suggest it is purple but when you look closer the glitter is actually pink. I think it looks purple because the liquid part of the polish is purple instead of clear. I think this helps a little when trying to build up some colour as well as it would seem that you wouldn't need as many layers. However, it is a very sheer colour and so you do need quite a few layers to get a nice opaque finish. I found that one coat is sheer and is wearable but it definitely isn't what I prefer. Two coats is a bit better but I put 3 on to be sure that  it produced a nice, 'full' colour and I loved it like that.

But, it isn't all hunky dory unfortunately. Now, this point might just be with me but I found it extremely easy to smudge. It tends to happen with most of my polishes if I'm honest and this might be because I apply them quite thick but I found it took particularly long with this one. I think it might be to do with the fact it was hard to get an even coat when going for an opaque look which meant I had to dab the polish onto parts of my nail which therefore made it thick and gloopy. Also, when it appeared to be dry, it unfortunately continued to smudge. Personally, this is just really annoying and makes me reluctant to try it (and any other glitter polishes from this brand) again. But let's be honest, I probably will go ahead and buy more! ;) However, on top of the drying issue and, again, like all glitter polishes, it was horrific to take off (i am still yet to find a method that makes it a whole lot easier - recommendations welcome!) which will make me avoid it for the time being but, again, with all glitter polishes, I suddenly get an urge to put one on so it's not like I'll never wear it again! And finally, I found that it was quite easy to chip but this was probably bound to happen as I always feel that glitter polishes are more 'brittle' and as a result, chip more easily.

In terms of elaboration on colour, it does produce different shades of pink/purple in different lights due to the glitter particles which is great because it's like 3 polishes in 1 or something like that! I feel that it is a very sleek and 'grown up' colour which is what I'm looking for in polishes now-a-days. I've also noticed that as well as the shades of pink/purple, it can appear black underneath the colour but it's probably just a deep/dark polish. I did also find that as the colour wore down as the days went on, silver glitter particles began to appear which was both bad and good. It was bad in that it wasn't the original colour anymore but it was good as it gave another 'dimension' to the polish.

I must admit, at first, I wasn't overly impressed BUT it really grew on me. Sometimes it looked light, sometimes it looked dark, but overall, it was really gorgeous! I'm personally going to avoid some glitter polishes from Deborah Lippman for a while but I'm really up for trying some other polishes from the brand. And having just popped over to the website, I'm particularly interested in having a look at the 'Romantic Rapture' nail colour collection as it just looks gorgeous! But to be honest, most of the shades look lovely! I'll also be interested in trying out some of the lip colours as well!

But that's all from me! I hope you've enjoyed this review and I'm sorry it's a little later than I said but I've been super busy! Yesterday I was in Sheffield all day and then I had two parties to go to before meeting some friends at a pub. I was also the designated taxi driver last night which meant I had to drop all of my friends off home before I could go home. As a result, I didn't get to be until about half 1/2 o'clock this morning and with a 5 hour shift today, I'm pretty shattered. But that isn't interesting at all so I'll leave you all be! I do hope you've all had a wonderful weekend though and that this week isn't too stressful for people!

Friday, 15 March 2013


Wow, I haven't done one of these posts in a while and this has been sat on my desk for months! It's really bad that I leave it so long as I always forget what I've ordered and it's only when I open the boxes to take the pictures that I remember what I've got. In this box I have a product that I've already had before but there are two new ones!

Now the first product is a Sanctuary mask. I've heard of Sanctuary before as a brand and when I think of them I think of luxury bathing products and skin care items. I'm pretty sure I used to use one of their mud masks once a week and I absolutely loved it but for some (unknown) reason, I just stopped. However, I'm so excited to have ordered this! There are two steps to this product; a peptide transformation serum and a thermal rose clay mask. The instructions inform me that you apply the serum first and then apply the mask over the top. I believe the serum is to help with aging skin (not that i should be worrying about this just yet but there's no harm in starting early!) and just generally helping with the appearance of your skin which sounds wonderful! But I'm particularly excited about the clay mask. I adore masks, always have and I think I always will because most of them just do wonders for your skin. Most of the ones I use make my skin smooth and super clean so I'm hoping this one does the same! I'm definitely excited to use this and make a review for you so keep your eyes peeled for that one!

At first, I thought the second product was some nail polish remover cotton buds which are perfect for me as I'm constantly making a mess of my nails when I paint them. However, upon closer inspection (can't have been that close as there's a great big sticker on the front!), they are cotton buds filled with tinted lip conditioner! How amazing are these as a creation?! I'm not sure how well the colour will show up on the lip as it is just a 'tint' so I'm not expecting great pigmentation but I really want them to act as a sort of lip salve in terms of the 'conditioning'. I also love that they are super portable and handy to put into your handbag to carry around with you for re-application during the day! And another positive is how this product is full sized! For £1.50 it is completely understandable that Latest In Beauty provide sample sized samples (mouthful!) items in their boxes so when they give you full sized/more than one of each product, it really is nice! Like the mask, I'm really looking forward to trying these out and seeing if there are any other colours from the brand!

The last products are the ones that I also got in my last Latest In Beauty box and I remember being really confused on what they were! I've just checked out on the last post and I did figure out it was a moisturising night cream. However, I've just done a closer inspection and whilst I thought I had 10 packets of the same thing, 5 of them are actually a 'liposome intensive cream' (the ones i got last time) and the other 5 are a 'moisturising cream' (the ones i got this time). Both packets do say that they do the same thing, however - "proactive skin care to diminish the appearance of wrinkles". Therefore, I'm intrigued to see whether they do actually do the same thing or different? Very interesting indeed...

So that's it for this box and I hope it has introduced you to some new products that you may have never heard of (mainly aiming this comment towards the lip tint conditioners)! Also, I really do recommend trying out a Latest In Beauty box! It's so simple to do (all you do is text TRY to a number and they'll text you a code to enter into the website and BAM you're done - obviously after you've picked your samples!) and it's so cheap (£1.50 plus a standard network rate text!).

I don't have much to update you guys on as all I do at the moment is go to school, come home and do work so not a very exciting lifestyle! I'm currently watching Comic Relief and it's very upsetting and heartbreaking but it's for such a good cause that I can't not tune in! I donated £10 earlier just by texting 'YES' to 70010 so please please please, if you have the money, contribute!

I'm going to another university applicant day tomorrow and then I have 2 parties to go to as well as meeting some friends at the pub later on so I'm not really going to have too much time to do a post. However, I'm going to try and write it now so that I can just press the 'post' button tomorrow for you guys!

And finally I was on bloglovin' earlier and there was a notice saying that Google Reader will be shutting down on July 1st. Now I'm not sure if this is true but to be on the safe side, I've added a Bloglovin' button to the left of my blog so please give me a follow on there if you like!

Anyway, I hope you're all having a lovely Friday evening and you have a wonderful weekend! :)

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

herbal essences 'herbally ever after' 40 years anniversary shampoo & conditioner

Hello one and all! A few weeks ago I ran out of my last shampoo and conditioner - the Tresemme Salon Silk shampoo and conditioner (review here) and my other Charles Worthington Daily Defence shampoo and conditioner (review here) had actually finished a few months ago so I was on the look out for some new products. I have said previously that I like to have two different shampoo's and conditioner's; one for regular use in the shower and one to use once/twice a week in a bath. I had seen the advert (eeek, i really dislike the adverts as they make me cringe and they are just far too over the top - just a personal opinion by the way!) for these Herbal Essences anniversary products a few times and then when I saw it on offer (buy one get one free!) in Boots I couldn't pass it up. I also think I was enticed by the 'limited edition' label too... 

I used to use Herbal Essences a lot when I was younger. I thought I was being 'grown up' as it was such a step up from my L'Oreal Kids 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner (no tears my arse!) but I sort of went off it for some reason (i think it was because i began to learn that there were different products tailored to different types of hair so thought i should give something that was 'better' for my hair a go). However, I got a chance to retry it with the constant advertising of Herbal Essences' anniversary tempting me to buy and try the products. I got the "royal jasmine and silky sea palm extracts" version but I believe there is a red one as well that I may just have to try (darn you limited edition products!).

The first positive I'd just like to quickly point out involves the outer appearance of the bottles and something that doesn't even effect the actual products themselves. If you hadn't noticed, the packaging is actually made so that the two bottles fit together! I don't know why but I find this cute and it makes me think that the company do actually think about their items which is always a great thing in my eyes!

I never really notice the scent of shampoo's and conditioner's when I use them, if I'm honest. I only really get a taste of the smell the day after I've washed my hair and even then it just smells 'clean'. However, for the purpose of this review, I gave them a whiff out of the bottle and I actually do like the smell. It's both fruity and floral with a good balance of each which is good because I don't like overpowering floral scents too much.

Now onto the actual shampoo and conditioner! The shampoo lathers really well which is something that I really love in shampoo's. It causes a gorgeous, soft. bubbly 'mess' on your head and then fills your bath with lots of lovely bubbles which I love to rub on my legs after I've shaved them - weird but it makes them feel so smooth! The conditioner is good too and it makes hair really smooth and soft but, unfortunately, this is only when wet. It doesn't really last and as soon as my hair has dried, it's back to the dryness I suffer with at the ends of my hair. However, I do think this could just be because it's my hair (if that makes sense?) and it may prove different for others. The next day the ends of my hair were insanely dry and I was pretty disappointed as the products do offer "strength against combining damage" which made me think it would soften my hair. It also says that it has a "breakage defender formula" but I'm not entirely convinced by this. I went through a period of having really bad split ends but then they sort of disappeared. However, I am noticing more nowadays but I'm not entirely sure whether this is just because I haven't had my hair cut in a while (most probably the reason) or these products. I think I'll go with the former rather than the latter to give the shampoo and conditioner the benefit of the doubt! Another unfortunate, that may or may not be to do with the shampoo and conditioner, is that afterwards my hair is very knotty to brush. Now my hair is naturally knotty and I think it may also be to do with the fact that I don't brush through my hair with my fingers after applying conditioner when in the bath like I do in the shower but I do know that some conditioners do make my hair more knotty than usual.

On the other hand, my hair feels and looks very clean after use which is wonderful and I'm very happy about this! It isn't heavy on the hair at all either which is one of the biggest positives for me. My hair is thick naturally so I don't need anything pulling my hair down any more. As I mentioned before, I don't really buy shampoo's and conditioner's for their scent but these products make my hair just smell 'clean'. It makes my hair have that 'just washed' smell and the scent you get after you've just been to the hairdresser's. And let's be honest, who doesn't want their hair smelling like that?

Therefore, whilst these items are great for really cleaning your hair and getting rid of any grime, dirt or grease that may have been building, you may need another product/something to put on your ends to sort out the dryness. I do actually have a Tresemee oil that I need to test out so I may give these products a go with the oil and see what the outcome is! However, I must point out that the dryness did die down the day after and my ends were a little softer which was brill! My hair also remained very clean on the 2nd day but by the 3rd, obviously and understandably, my hair started to get greasy.

So, in conclusion, I would recommend these products but I definitely think something else is need to combat the dryness and any areas these items don't cover.

Also, before I go, I'd just like to point out that I've had a little 're-design' of my blog which I hope everyone likes!

But anyway, I hope you've all had a lovely day and yesterday was great too! Fingers crossed another post tomorrow but if not, soon! :)

Monday, 11 March 2013

mother's day 2013

So I was going to do this post yesterday but I had a history mock today that I was getting far too stressed about and as a result, blogging took a bit of a back seat. I apologise for not posting for the past 10 days but parts of my life have just become so hectic and crazy that I've really had no time. I'm currently supposed to be revising for a biology test but I'll just allow myself a little break to give you a post (how nice am i?! ;) )!

Anyway, today's post is on what I got up to yesterday for Mother's Day. I did a post last year for Mother's Day and to be honest, they've pretty much got the same stuff in them as my dad and I always try to do my mum's favourite things for her on Mother's Day and they don't really change that often. I'd also just like to point out that there are a lot of pictures of my cat, Toby. He's practically my baby so why not include him in a Mother's Day post?

Mr Sleepy Grumpy Head...

These were the treats I got for my lovely and wonderful mum this year. I thought the card was the cutest thing and really simple which is what she likes. And the flowers are just beautiful. We're still waiting for some of the bigger buds to completely open but I guess that means they'll hopefully last quite a while! I also got her a bottle of her favourite liquor, Baileys. She honestly adores this stuff but rarely buys it for herself so I did it for her!

My mum and I also went to the gym together. It may seem like a strange 'mummy/daughter' activity to do but we both really enjoy it so why not? The gym we go to is actually an all women's one and I only started about 2 weeks ago but I'm already absolutely loving it. I used to go to a Total Fitness gym and I just couldn't find the motivation and I never really knew what machines I should use or how long to use them for. But at this gym, you get individual advice from a trainer and a programme to work on for 6 weeks and then it's changed for the next 6 weeks so you don't get bored. I'm mainly going for weight loss but the stuff I'm doing will help in a range of areas such as toning and general health. Obviously, there are no visible signs just yet but I am feeling so much better in myself. I do feel healthier and not as lethargic. 

I also thought I'd paint my nails for the first time in a long time. The colour I used was 'Razzle Dazzle' by Deborah Lippman and I actually got it in a very old Glossybox. I'm hopefully going to review it on Sunday so you can see the results after a full week. 

I promise these are the last photos of my boy, Toby... 
P.S. don't you just love his lack of dignity?

The final part of my Mother's Day was a meal out at one of our favourite restaurants. The food there is so good and it's just got a really cosy atmosphere. We usually go there after a nice walk but I'd had a nap in the afternoon so we didn't really have time before our reservation time (oops!). I had their curry of the day which was Chicken Rogan Josh and it was very nice. I'm not the biggest fan of continental food (i'm a fussy eater but i'm much better than i used to be!) and only really like my chicken a certain way but this was good. The chicken was really soft and sort of 'stringy' so it wasn't any trouble to cut or put together with a large helping of rice! The naan bread was personally the best bit, though, as it was the best I've ever tasted! For dessert I got a very nice helping of Lemon Drizzle Cake. This is my favourite type of cake but I rarely have it to be honest so I definitely couldn't pass up on it last night!

So that was my Mother's Day adventures. It was actually a really nice day and I would have loved to have done more with my mum but unfortunately I had some revision to do but she seemed to have had a nice day anyway which is the main thing! I hope everybody else had a lovely day and treated their mum's excessively! And to any mum's out there, I hope you were spoilt rotten too!

Friday, 1 March 2013

october (2012!) glossybox

Hello everyone! Today's post is a very very very (multiplied by about 100) delayed post and is actually on a glossybox from last year. I know that most people won't care but I really do like informing all of you about the products that I get in all of the boxes as I do want to review everything I get. I do also have a backlog of another 4 boxes but y'know, I'll get through them one day! Anyway, here's October's glossybox from last year...


i thought this was a nice touch as October is breast cancer month (every year) so it was nice of Glossybox to take this into account

Now I'm sure I've seen products from this brand before but never actually seen a review on any and I've never been tempted to go out of my way to buy something. But I am glad I got this in my box as they've always interested me. I particularly like the quote on this packaging as it's just great really. And so true. Obviously, every time you wash, you should scrub, not just 'glaze' a scrub over your skin. I just opened the bottle and had a quick whiff and oh my, it's lovely! It's so fruity and fresh and I can't wait to give it a go! I think it would be more suited to use in the shower but I might give it a proper test in the bath as well. Thinking about it as I type though, it may be the perfect thing to take with me when I have showers at the gym. It's nice and compact and seems really great!

If you don't know about Olay products then you must have been living under a bit of a rock as they are so well known for skin care. Personally I see them as a brand for the 'older lady' as all the Olay adverts I see these days are for 'anti-ageing' creams and the like but I'm willing to try anything if I'm honest. I'm not sure on the full details on this product but the information card says it's a moisturiser and I have no idea why but I get the feeling I'd be more likely to use it over night to let it sink in. The fact it's got the word 'REGENERIST' on the packaging instantly makes me think of regeneration and the regenerating of new skin so that's encouraging as everybody would love their skin to look 'new' and 'fresh'!

Whilst this looked like the most boring/'worst' product in the box, it's turned out to be the most exciting for me! Firstly, on the back, it says it can be used to remove any make-up or moisturisers etc which is always great as I'm always looking for new products to use to take my make up off at the end of the day instead of being lazy and just using a make up wipe (however useful and quick they are!). But on top of this it says it's an 'anti-blemish' product and "clears acne, spots, pimples and blemishes" and  this is exactly what I need! I have very blemish prone skin and I regularly have spots which obviously isn't ideal. Therefore I'm always up for trying products that claim to be able to get rid of blemishes/spots etc so I cannot wait to give this a go!

Now what girl doesn't like a new lipstick? Not many I don't believe. And this is a colour is one I don't think I have which is great! It's called 'mauve' (very aptly) and it's like a mixture of purple and red (how useless am i at describing colours?). Unfortunately the pictures don't show the colour too brilliant due to the lighting - the picture with the truest colour representation is the swatch on my hand. I personally see it as an 'old lady' colour but I believe it's also very wearable on an everyday basis but we'll see. Yves Rocher is also a brand I'm sure I've heard of somewhere but can't remember where/why. But it's nice to be formally introduced to one of their products through a glossybox! I'm looking forward to giving this a proper test out on my lips to see how the colour pays off on me.

This was the final product of the box and is yet another brand I'm pretty sure I know but have no idea how or where from (my memory is proving so useful in this post...). But the brand is the least important thing when it comes to this product. It's a BB cream and I have been craving to try one of these out for ages! I've heard so may reviews about them from so many bloggers and they've always  interested to me. Personally I prefer full and pretty heavy coverage but BB creams are supposed to be lighter with lower coverage which I think may be perfect for the days when I'm at school and don't want to wear a full face of make up. It has a whole bunch of benefits as well so it'll be interesting to see if it does actually do something good to my skin.

There we go then. Just a little post on a very old glossybox that you will all probably have heard about before but I really do enjoy giving my two cents on things that other bloggers write about as it just gives a different perspective.Obviously there will be separate reviews (ONE DAY!) on all the different products to give more detail and whether they are actually good but for now I hope you've enjoyed a little introduction to them today!


  1. I'm really sorry I haven't had chance to post since Tuesday. Yesterday I had a test to revise for which is why I didn't really have time on Wednesday and then yesterday after school I went for my first proper session at my new gym. I had my induction on Wednesday and I'm loving it so far! I actually joined a Ladyzone gym and it's basically a 30 minute circuit workout involving many different activities (including cardio, weights, stretching etc). You can obviously go round more than once (for example, yesterday i went round 3 times - boy it was hard!) but it's meant to stop you from getting bored from just doing one thing for like an hour. There aren't places all over the country but if you have the chance I really do recommend it! But I'm here tonight!
  2. I definitely know I won't be able to post tomorrow as I'm going to a university applicant day which is very exciting but I am sorry to not give you guys a post then. I should be back on Sunday though!
That's it for now folks, see you soon! :)