December 29, 2016
August 31, 2016
It's been a fair few months since I put fingers to keyboard on here, and I don't want to bore you with excuses for my absence, but let's just say I'm glad to be back, and what better way to start than to talk about beauty; my favourite topic of all time. I will give you my 2 cents review on a couple of items from a makeup brand that I have been admiring and following from afar.
Curtis Collection is an Australian makeup brand founded by Australian makeup artist; Victoria Curtis. As far back as I can remember, the makeup is exclusively stocked at selected beauty and hair salons in Australia and New Zealand, but Ry have recently stocked these on their website. I was sent a few products from the lovely people at Ry, of whom I'm a regular customer, to see what my thoughts are on a few Curtis Collection face products.
April 12, 2016
I am a seafood lover through and through and scallops have to be one of my favourite seafoods (as well as Jase's) IN DA WORLD. Simply sizzled quickly in a hot frying pan and topped with freshly cracked pepper and sea salt and a drizzle of lemon juice, is the bees knees. But THIS recipe is on another level.
February 25, 2016
One very bright and hot day in Oia, Santorini, August 2014 - my head was cooking nicely towards 'well done' inside that hat.
January 2016 has passed us by, so we've skipped a month, oh no wait, we've skipped two. It's now the end of February 2016... and I think I've procrastinated quite enough. Before I know it, we'll be a quarter way through the year and my to-do lists will get out of hand again.
I had 20 links to share in my last Favourite Finds...well I hope you have a whole pot of tea and a jar of biscuits ready, because this time I've upped the ante and blown out to 30 :)
December 29, 2015
Well this year has been one for a few changes, and before the year is finished, I'd like to reflect on the highlights and poignant parts of the year. I think it's become a blog tradition for me to reflect, as this is my online diary of sorts and I like to keep myself in check and to ensure I count my blessings.
Last year's reflection post was interesting. I spoke about being on a windy path to happiness and ended it with a toast to everyone (myself included) to finding self fulfilment, new adventures, stopping to smell the roses and making brave decisions.
Well I did indeed make some brave decisions and we have had some new and fun adventures... but I am still very much jogging along the windy path and will never really see myself getting off. I'm still excited for the challenges and goal kicking that is going to happen in 2016.
And so this year's reflection can be summed up by my top 5 memorable and important points: