10 things I love to do at the weekend

Two days is never enough…

Working in a hair salon I spent many years working on Saturday’s. This meant Friday night’s out were a no go even though I often did end up going out! I shudder when I remember the commute to work on Saturday morning literally dying from a hangover. It has to be one of the worst feelings in the world, right? So now I’m a lil bit older and no longer in the salon every week I can finally enjoy a work free weekend. Who am I kidding? I’m always blogging at the weekend but when it’s something you love it’s not quite work is it?

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lookin good feelin fine guys make up

Some guys wanna be glossy too you know…

There aren’t many people who need an introduction to Glossier. But, just in case, it’s the super cool cosmetics brand from Into The Gloss founder Emily Weiss. I’m currently sitting next to a pile of the products and I’m going to give you my first impressions. And btw there’s a make up look for men coming soon. View Post

hand luggage

Today is my last day in Germany before I head to London for 10 days. I’m working through a mental to-do list and making the most of my time with Christian and Ralphy. As I need to pack this weekend I decided to share my tips when packing hand luggage. Whether it’s a long or short haul flight there is a check list of items I swear by.

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Who said it’s the January blues???

Thank god it’s almost February. With each day that passes we are that little bit closer to Spring. I always find myself wishing this part of the year away which probably isn’t a good thing. But what can I say? I’m not a fan of the cold! The time has flown by though. It seems like only yesterday I was stuffing my face with Christmas dinner. But I suppose time fly’s when it’s busy. And despite the winter weather January has been a good month for me. Definitely no blues to report so far this year. View Post

tips speaking second language

If I can learn a second language, anyone can…

Learning a new language is hard, especially if you come from an English speaking country. Let’s face it, life is easier when most people you encounter in a foreign country can understand you. Despite being a lazy Brit who is used to everyone speaking English I always wanted to learn a second language. My journey began when I moved to Germany several years ago with my boyfriend who I met in London.

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