Thursday, 20 October 2016


I have loved So...? Fragrances ever since I was thrown into secondary school PE where the whole of the girls' changing rooms smelt like the inside of a chocolate cake with sprinkles. Wanting to be different I opted with So...? and have stuck with them ever since. 
So...? has blown up in the past couple of years and I love that because it means they're constantly expanding and coming out with new items. Their newest items are the 'So...? Body Mists' and I can honestly tell you that they are divine. 

from left - right: Watermelon, Vanilla Milkshake, White Musk, White Petals, Fruity and Florential.
As you can see the packaging of the body mists are very new and different compared to most of the products So...? have out. The clear packaging is so cute as it is so easy to identify your mist and adds so much personality to the mists, especially with the graphics.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016


Quick little disclaimer, this was written on 19/09, I just haven't gotten round to posting it until now (nearly a month later!)

So today, 19/09, marks one week of living away from home and it has been weird, to say the least. As you know, I have moved away to University and I actually moved away really early as my uni doesn't start till the 26th. This is because I'm living in a house instead of halls, which I am extremely bummed about but tenancy obviously starts much earlier on. Thus, I have been living with four other complete strangers for a week.

The difference from living in a house to living in halls is that in halls you are surrounded by all different types of people all the time. However, in a house I've pretty much been secluded to my housemates 24/7. Luckily, I have some of my close friends down the road but it has still been hard as I believe we all just need a bit of space from eachother as it takes time to adjust to everyone else's way of doing things and their habits.

Sunday, 9 October 2016


Hey guys, welcome to yet another book post- aren't you pleased? Today's post is all about the books I want to read this Autumn/ Winter, that will take me to the end of the year. I have no idea how much time I am going to have this term so I picked the bare minimum number of books aka seven books. 
The books I have chosen are all pretty Autumny/ Wintery (yes I am making these into words) and I am genuinely excited to read all seven of these.

1-3) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, HP and the Prisoner of Azkaban and HP and the Goblet of Fire.
I plan to read a book per month. So this month I need to finish Chamber of Secrets and then I'll finish the third one in November and then the fourth one in December. It's going to be my first time reading all of these so I am very excited for them.

4) Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas
I have read both books in Maas' second series called A Court of Thorns and Roses so it's only natural I read Throne of Glass as I know how beloved this series is. Also, Mass' writing style is amazing so I don't think I won't like this book.

5) My True Love Gave To Me by Stephanie Perkins
This books is a collection of short stories from various authors (edited by Stephanie Perkins) that takes place around Christmas time. I bought this last year but didn't finish it and so this year I am going to make it my mission to read a story every night leading up to Christmas.

6) The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
This book screams Halloween to me and I've never read a Neil Gaiman books before so hopefully I will like this one.

7) City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare
I think it's about time I continued on with this series and finally read the fourth installment in Cassandra Clare's Shadowhunter world!

Hopefully I will read all of these books by the end of 2016; it's not as if it is not doable. If I read an average of two books per month I can definitely achieve this TBR.

What's on your Autumn/ Winter TBR?

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