Sunday, 30 August 2015

What I've Been Loving This Week

I lust over things...a lot. So instead of storing these on my iPhone I thought I'd share them with you!
Like a mini little Pinterest if you like! 

1.  New Look A/W stock
I've curbed my shopping habit over the last couple of months, and I'm finding new season emails landing in my inbox I'm on a really strict budget as I just want to get my huge career development loan paid off in the next year so I might have to unsubscribe from a lot to stop the temptation! Saying that, I had a look at New Look online (naughty) and they've got some lovely pieces and below are a few currently sitting in my wishlist!

2. Inspirational quote
If you follow me on Instagram you might have seen this little quote but it's really stuck with me this week. Life hasn't taken the path I quite thought it would, and that's quite scary sometimes but it's so important to take a moment to breathe, think about all of the positives in life and really be grateful. I may not have the glittering musical theatre career I once dreamed of (yet!) but I've achieved some of my dreams already and if I hadn't done certain things then I wouldn't have met the amazing people in my life and wouldn't be right where I am now. Things happen for a reason and when you're in the wrong head space it's hard to see that it might be for the best and you know what, it usually is!

3. Phone wallpaper
I love mixing up my wallpaper backgrounds as I get bored of the same old thing. I flit between designs, drawings, paintings, photos or inspirational words. It just makes me feel cheery when I look at my phone so here's the one I'm loving at the moment.

5. Plantable seeded wrapping paper
Wild About Paper came up with the genius idea of wrapping paper with seeds embedded into it so it doesn't just wrap the gift you're giving,  you plant the wrapping paper to give flowers or even vegetables! Such a cute idea and it's the gift that keeps on giving. Eco friendly and perfect for green fingered friends or wrapping a new house gift. My fave - the wildflower because it'll look amazing in the garden once it starts to bloom

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