Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Shadow Switch Dry Brush Cleaner Review

The Shadow Switch has been popping up all over social media lately, and I've seen countless blog posts about it so I needed to give it a go to see what all the hype was about. I'm all for jumping on a bandwagon and I have to admit was pretty cynical about this product so had to test it for myself.

Monday, 16 January 2017

Book and Candle Haul

It's been an absolute age since I did a haul so obviously it was about time I rectified this. My parents gave me my birthday money early and I got a few vouchers for Christmas so went a tad wild on the candle and book front.

Friday, 13 January 2017

30 Things My Chronic Illness Has Taught Me

Well, I'm 30 now guys, I officially left my twenties behind yesterday and wheeled right into my dirty thirties. I don't feel any different and I'm constantly told I don't look my age, so I have nothing to complain about. I'll be celebrating my birthday this weekend when my parents come to visit with my 4 year old nephew, and I can't wait.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette Review

Oh my days, I can't tell you how annoyed I was that I missed this palette when it was released as a limited edition product last year. But when I found out it would be making a comeback, the joy was real. Too Faced has released a Sweet Peach collection alongside this palette but it's not yet out in the UK and all I really wanted was the palette which is currently available in Debenhams, so I got that, and the rest of the collection should be out mid-January - so keep a look-out if you're after the glosses, blusher and/or glow palette.

Monday, 9 January 2017

30 Things in 30 Years

It's my 30th birthday on Thursday; I've mentioned it a lot on Twitter, probably too much, but if you don't follow me over there you might not know that your girl is soon to be leaving her twenties behind and opening up the next chapter of her life.

Friday, 6 January 2017

I Booked Assistance, Assist Me: Travelling via Train as a Wheelchair User

During this last week there has been a lot of press about travelling via public transport (mainly trains) as a disabled person, and how difficult, stressful, and downright disgusting the service is. Check out Sam Renke's interview with The Guardian here; Sam was barricaded into the wheelchair space by luggage and unable to move to access the toilet. Also, Paralympian Anne Wafula's story here; she was forced to wet herself as there was no accessible toilet available on the train she travelled on. I don't even have any words; it's just so wrong.