When I clean my face it takes me about ten seconds – splash it with water, rub a bit of token product in for a few seconds, then wash it off, right? Nope, apparently I’m doing it wrong. A lot of us are. It takes time to clean your face properly, you need to work the product in and give it a chance to do it’s thing. I’ve made two changes to my skincare routine that make it take a bit longer, but it makes my skin feel so much nicer! View Post
Even though I’m supposed to be trying not to shop, and saving my money, there were a few things I couldn’t help picking up recently. I’m not planning to add a whole lot of things to my summer wardrobe, these are just a few things that I’ve been on the lookout for or really wanted to try out (plus I took advantage of ASOS’s up to 70% off, it would have been rude not to). And so here we are, with another clothing haul – this time including activewear, swimwear, shoes and other summer clothes. View Post
I’ll be honest, a lot of the time my life isn’t nearly as exciting as some people might imagine. Most days are along the lines of: get up, eat breakfast, reply to emails, do some kind of exercise, get some work done, eat lunch, then more work until it’s time to make dinner. In the weekends, I work. Public holidays, I work. When I’m not working, I’m watching Netflix or spending time with my family. I’m basically your average gal juggling work and family life. However, there are some times when I actually leave the house for something other than a workout, so I thought I’d start doing the occasional vlog so I can share some of my fun adventures with you. View Post
I’ve been wearing Rainbeau Curves activewear for quite some time now and it’s one of the brands I often recommend but I’ve never made a video about them or shared many pictures of me wearing it. Time to change that! View Post
After I had surgery on my knee earlier in the year I had to reassess what kind of hair removal I was using. Fact is, standing in the shower shaving my legs takes a long time and put a lot of strain on my fragile knee. That, combined with the amount of water that gets used while you’re shaving? Time to try something new.
I’ve tried waxing and depilatory creams, but waxing is expensive (to get my arms and legs done would cost $70 every four to five weeks – might not seem like much to some people but I’d rather spend my money on other things like getting my nails done). While I find depilatory creams effective, the hair grows back faster than I’d like. Laser hair removal is out of my budget for now, and so I decided to try an epilator. The last time I talked about hair removal, lots of you mentioned that was what you used, so I put my fears aside and tried out the Remington EP7036AU Smooth & Silky Ultimate Cordless Wet/Dry Epilator. View Post