Happy Friday! I am so glad the weekend is here. After having last week off from work it has really knocked me for six this week so I am looking forwards to resting up a bit.
The week started off great when the sun decided to come out. I decided to wear my new stripy maxi dress with my red ballerina pumps.
A huge dose of green tea in my new mug also set my up for my day!
The major thing about this week is that I got my beautiful new car!I’m still getting used to driving it around as it is a lot bigger to what I am used to, but I love it.
On Wednesday my second guest post for amadoloves went live.
This particular post is all about how to get great glowing skin from the food that you eat. So go an check it out if you haven’t already!
The girls at amadoloves also wrote a fabulous guest post for me about vintage wedding inspiration which obviously I am all over right now, thanks girls!
To my surprise I found that I have been featured on Cosmo website as part of their food bloggers hot topics post.
I feel totally honoured and chuffed to mentioned by such an amazing magazine!
This week I have been going mad about cherries…
My local green grocer was selling them for 39p per 100g so obviously I had to stock up on these juicy ruby red lovelies, yum!
I’ve also been on a bit of a socca high this week too, just cannot get enough of the stuff…
…plain socca with soya mince in a passata sauce and steamed asparagus.
Yesterday the post woman was my very best friend as she delivered to me a haul of E.L.F cosmetics which I have been sent to review.
I have heard such great things about this cosmetic range so I cannot wait to try these baby’s out!
I was practically bouncing off the walls after this soya gingerbread latte. It tasted gorgeous though!
My Sharpham Park giveaway also came to an end this week so it is time to announce the winner…
….Congrats to Bronagh! Could you please send me your details so I can arrange to get these sent out to you asap!
Has anything exciting happened to you this week?
Have you tried E.L.F. cosmetics before? What did you make of them?