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Hi Everyone. I am back today with another gift guide this time one specifically for the ladies in your life. I personally find women so much easier to shop for than men. So far all my Christmas shopping this year have been for my female friends and my female family members so it just made sense to post this today. I've come up with a few gift ideas for the lady in your life if you are still looking for some last minute Christmas gifts etc. Maybe something from the short list below will catch your eye.

1. The White Company White Christmas Mini Diffuser & Votive Set - £28
2. CEO Of My Own Life Planner (Comes in Pink/Black/Burgundy) - £39.99
3. Lily Belle Personalized Bracelet (Comes a range of colors and suitable for any age) - £22
4. Personalised Birth Flower Bracelet - £21
5. Diptyque Set Of Three Scented Candles - £86
6. Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette - £42
7. Beauty Box Mulberry Silk Pillow Case - £49
8. Gucci Bamboo Perfume - From £49.95
9. Pandora Birthstone Bracelet - £99 (Buy this & you get a free pandora Christmas ornament!)
10. Ted Baker Enamel Button Earrings - (Comes in 5 different colours) - £29
11. 'May Contain Prosecco' Rose Gold Jumper - £34
12. 'Little Women' Novel Puffin In Bloom - £7.70
13. Oral B Genius 9000 Rose Gold Electric Toothbrush (Currently on sale!) - £89.99 (RRP £300)

So there we have it, just a short list of gifts you might want to give this Christmas or if you're anything like me and have family who just do not know what to get you maybe this list will inspire you. I know the Oral B toothbrush has definitely caught my eye! I hope you've enjoyed this post and enjoy browsing through these gifts. Happy Shopping!

What is on your Christmas list this year? 
Hugs and Kisses

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Gift Guide 2 | The 'Ladies' Edition


Hi Everyone. I am back today with another gift guide this time one specifically for the ladies in your life. I personally find women so much easier to shop for than men. So far all my Christmas shopping this year have been for my female friends and my female family members so it just made sense to post this today. I've come up with a few gift ideas for the lady in your life if you are still looking for some last minute Christmas gifts etc. Maybe something from the short list below will catch your eye.

1. The White Company White Christmas Mini Diffuser & Votive Set - £28
2. CEO Of My Own Life Planner (Comes in Pink/Black/Burgundy) - £39.99
3. Lily Belle Personalized Bracelet (Comes a range of colors and suitable for any age) - £22
4. Personalised Birth Flower Bracelet - £21
5. Diptyque Set Of Three Scented Candles - £86
6. Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette - £42
7. Beauty Box Mulberry Silk Pillow Case - £49
8. Gucci Bamboo Perfume - From £49.95
9. Pandora Birthstone Bracelet - £99 (Buy this & you get a free pandora Christmas ornament!)
10. Ted Baker Enamel Button Earrings - (Comes in 5 different colours) - £29
11. 'May Contain Prosecco' Rose Gold Jumper - £34
12. 'Little Women' Novel Puffin In Bloom - £7.70
13. Oral B Genius 9000 Rose Gold Electric Toothbrush (Currently on sale!) - £89.99 (RRP £300)

So there we have it, just a short list of gifts you might want to give this Christmas or if you're anything like me and have family who just do not know what to get you maybe this list will inspire you. I know the Oral B toothbrush has definitely caught my eye! I hope you've enjoyed this post and enjoy browsing through these gifts. Happy Shopping!

What is on your Christmas list this year? 
Hugs and Kisses

*This post does not contain any affiliate links*

One of my favorite things to do around London during the Christmas time is walk around London  with my headphones in and a cup of hot chocolate (preferably from Costa) in my hand and just go on a long walk around the city having a look at all the Christmas decorations and lights. There's always something so magical about the city this time of year and London is a city that definitely knows how to Christmas. Today I thought I'd write up a short but sweet list of the top places to go to if you're in or around London this festive season. I'll also write how to get to each place by Tube as I feel like this is the quicker way to visit popular sites London however if you prefer walking I definitely recommend doing it this way as you'll see so many interesting things along the way and it's the perfect way to get to know the city as well as being a lot more cost effective.

Oxford/Regent Street 
I was last in Oxford Street end of September, beginning of October and they had already started to put the Christmas lights on. I remember putting it on my instagram stories and getting a few messages from people asking when they switch them on. I believe they switched on the lights on the 8th November. I haven't been down to see them yet as I've been in Australia but on my next proper block of days off from work I'll definitely be heading down to see them and I can't wait. It is going to be so exciting.

How To Get Here By Tube: Central Line To Oxford Circus. Easy access to both Oxford Street and Regents Street. 

Covent Garden 
If you know me, or follow me on instagram or twitter or have even read my blog in the past then you will know how obsessed I am with Covent Garden. It's one of my absolute favorite places in the city. I love how it always dresses up for each season and has street performers and Christmas is definitely no different. They always put a massive tree up each year which is always a popular attraction around Christmas and the market place is always dressed up. They always have street performers and interesting things going on within Covent Garden as well. It's a very lively place normally which livens up just that little bit more around Christmas.

How To Get Here By Tube: Piccadilly Line Straight To Covent Garden OR Leicester Square. Covent Garden is only a 10 minute walk from Leicester Square and I definitely recommend getting off there for a bite to eat before walking to Covent Garden. Leicester square is also a fab place for visiting at Christmas as they tend to have a mini German market in the square as well. 

Somerset House Ice Rink 
Each year Somerset House puts up a huge ice rink until after the new year and it is definitely one of the most stunning spots in London over the festive season. I definitely recommend this place for Christmas days/nights out. If you're worried about not being able to ice skate I believe that they do have a bar there so you can head on in there for a drink as well as be a spectator on your friends and family. Whatever you choose to do I definitely recommend heading round to this location even if it is just to take a few snaps. It really is a beautiful location.

How To Get Here: There are loads of ways to get to Somerset House. The quickest is to take the Circle or District line to Temple and it's about a 5 minute walk from there. However if you are going to Covent Garden then it is just an 8 minute walk to Somerset House from there so you can head to both locations in one day. 

Winter Wonderland 
Winter Wonderland is a huge Christmas Market with rides for all ages and a huge ice-rink located at Hyde Park. It's something that I go to every year without fail and a few years ago I even worked there for a season which as very enjoyable if not freezing. Even though it is free entry (winning) if you want food, drinks or even a go on some of the rides or ice skating it can be a bit pricey but I definitely think it's something worth going to. They have loads of Christmas market stalls there so perfect to pick up some unusual bits and bobs as Christmas presents. Winter Wonderland is the perfect location for those Winter date nights too.

How To Get Here: Take The Piccadilly Line straight to Hyde Park Corner Station. However be warned this station does get extremely busy in the evenings and weekends. You can also take the Piccadilly Line OR the Jubilee Line to Green Park station where it is only a 10-15 minute walk to Hyde Park from there. I recommend this route as it's less crowded when people are going to Winter Wonderland. However they do tend to close Hyde Park station in the evenings so if you're planning an after work trip be warned that Green Park does get very busy as well. 

New Bond Street 
New Bond Street is a place I always visit at Christmas. They have some of the higher rated shops like Tiffany's, Victoria's Secret and Cartier. If you know London already then you will know all about how they dress this shop up at Christmas. It's the same in New York as well and is definitely a must visit for all those insta snaps. It's a beautiful location and one I head to each year to see how they have decorated the shops. It's also a perfect place if you fancy being a bit spendy and treating yourself or your loved one to a snazzy Christmas present.

How To Get Here: Whilst checking out the lights on Oxford Street it's only a short work to New Bond Street from Oxford Circus (Central Line). You can also get the central line to Bond Street where it is only a short walk to the shops from there. 

If you're looking for some festive, instagram worthy, date night locations for over the festive season then I would definitely recommend these places. Now that I am back from Australia I am definitely going to be visiting these places and the excitement is definitely real. Be sure you're following me on instagram to see when I do visit these places. I hope you enjoyed this post and if you have been to any of the above places before be sure to let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Where are your favorite festive locations in London or around the UK? 
Hugs and Kisses

5 Places To Visit In London This Christmas


One of my favorite things to do around London during the Christmas time is walk around London  with my headphones in and a cup of hot chocolate (preferably from Costa) in my hand and just go on a long walk around the city having a look at all the Christmas decorations and lights. There's always something so magical about the city this time of year and London is a city that definitely knows how to Christmas. Today I thought I'd write up a short but sweet list of the top places to go to if you're in or around London this festive season. I'll also write how to get to each place by Tube as I feel like this is the quicker way to visit popular sites London however if you prefer walking I definitely recommend doing it this way as you'll see so many interesting things along the way and it's the perfect way to get to know the city as well as being a lot more cost effective.

Oxford/Regent Street 
I was last in Oxford Street end of September, beginning of October and they had already started to put the Christmas lights on. I remember putting it on my instagram stories and getting a few messages from people asking when they switch them on. I believe they switched on the lights on the 8th November. I haven't been down to see them yet as I've been in Australia but on my next proper block of days off from work I'll definitely be heading down to see them and I can't wait. It is going to be so exciting.

How To Get Here By Tube: Central Line To Oxford Circus. Easy access to both Oxford Street and Regents Street. 

Covent Garden 
If you know me, or follow me on instagram or twitter or have even read my blog in the past then you will know how obsessed I am with Covent Garden. It's one of my absolute favorite places in the city. I love how it always dresses up for each season and has street performers and Christmas is definitely no different. They always put a massive tree up each year which is always a popular attraction around Christmas and the market place is always dressed up. They always have street performers and interesting things going on within Covent Garden as well. It's a very lively place normally which livens up just that little bit more around Christmas.

How To Get Here By Tube: Piccadilly Line Straight To Covent Garden OR Leicester Square. Covent Garden is only a 10 minute walk from Leicester Square and I definitely recommend getting off there for a bite to eat before walking to Covent Garden. Leicester square is also a fab place for visiting at Christmas as they tend to have a mini German market in the square as well. 

Somerset House Ice Rink 
Each year Somerset House puts up a huge ice rink until after the new year and it is definitely one of the most stunning spots in London over the festive season. I definitely recommend this place for Christmas days/nights out. If you're worried about not being able to ice skate I believe that they do have a bar there so you can head on in there for a drink as well as be a spectator on your friends and family. Whatever you choose to do I definitely recommend heading round to this location even if it is just to take a few snaps. It really is a beautiful location.

How To Get Here: There are loads of ways to get to Somerset House. The quickest is to take the Circle or District line to Temple and it's about a 5 minute walk from there. However if you are going to Covent Garden then it is just an 8 minute walk to Somerset House from there so you can head to both locations in one day. 

Winter Wonderland 
Winter Wonderland is a huge Christmas Market with rides for all ages and a huge ice-rink located at Hyde Park. It's something that I go to every year without fail and a few years ago I even worked there for a season which as very enjoyable if not freezing. Even though it is free entry (winning) if you want food, drinks or even a go on some of the rides or ice skating it can be a bit pricey but I definitely think it's something worth going to. They have loads of Christmas market stalls there so perfect to pick up some unusual bits and bobs as Christmas presents. Winter Wonderland is the perfect location for those Winter date nights too.

How To Get Here: Take The Piccadilly Line straight to Hyde Park Corner Station. However be warned this station does get extremely busy in the evenings and weekends. You can also take the Piccadilly Line OR the Jubilee Line to Green Park station where it is only a 10-15 minute walk to Hyde Park from there. I recommend this route as it's less crowded when people are going to Winter Wonderland. However they do tend to close Hyde Park station in the evenings so if you're planning an after work trip be warned that Green Park does get very busy as well. 

New Bond Street 
New Bond Street is a place I always visit at Christmas. They have some of the higher rated shops like Tiffany's, Victoria's Secret and Cartier. If you know London already then you will know all about how they dress this shop up at Christmas. It's the same in New York as well and is definitely a must visit for all those insta snaps. It's a beautiful location and one I head to each year to see how they have decorated the shops. It's also a perfect place if you fancy being a bit spendy and treating yourself or your loved one to a snazzy Christmas present.

How To Get Here: Whilst checking out the lights on Oxford Street it's only a short work to New Bond Street from Oxford Circus (Central Line). You can also get the central line to Bond Street where it is only a short walk to the shops from there. 

If you're looking for some festive, instagram worthy, date night locations for over the festive season then I would definitely recommend these places. Now that I am back from Australia I am definitely going to be visiting these places and the excitement is definitely real. Be sure you're following me on instagram to see when I do visit these places. I hope you enjoyed this post and if you have been to any of the above places before be sure to let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Where are your favorite festive locations in London or around the UK? 
Hugs and Kisses

Hey everyone! It's officially the first of December. Just how on earth did that happen. I won't bore you with how I can't believe how quickly the end of the year has come around because we will probably still be here this time next year and I don't think anyone wants that. To get back on track with what this post is all about Welcome To Blogmas 2018. 

Back at the beginning of November when it was a rainy day on my holiday to Sydney I started planning my Christmas posts. I know right? Eager beaver. I had made a few changes to my blog, whipped up a post and decided you know what? Better to be prepared now than wait until December comes around and struggle to get posts up throughout the month. We all know I've been the worst kind of blogger this month so each night of my holiday I decided to just plan some blog posts and start getting them set up. Christmas is my favorite time of the year and I remember two years ago when I did actually do Blogmas I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

I've manage to plan as many Christmas posts as humanely possible as that is the whole point of Blogmas however you might find I've thrown in a few random posts that aren't Christmas themed in for good measure so if you're fed up of seeing Christmas splashed all over your screen and want some different content, fear not as I have one or two posts thrown in there for good measure. As much as I love Christmas I understand that not everyone who reads my blog will celebrate it so there are some other posts there you might enjoy instead. I know that probably defeats the whole purpose of blogmas but I like to keep things interesting. 

I really have been on top of the ball with my blogmas posts and come up with a schedule and everything which is very unusual for me. Day 1 (today) will be a bit different as, as well as having an introduction to blogmas post I also have another proper blogmas post going up at around 1PM today. Tomorrow through to Christmas Day I will be publishing a post at 9AM every single day. Be sure to be following me here on Bloglovin' so that you never miss a post and here on Twitter where I will be posting the links to my posts multiple times throughout the day. 

I am really excited for Blogmas as it is something I've worked so hard on. My blog in general is something I've worked really hard on for the past couple of months now so I hope you enjoy reading my blog and my future posts just as much as I have enjoyed creating them. 

On that note let the festivities begin. If you're doing blogmas/vlogmas or have any Christmas themed posts going up throughout the month be sure to tweet them to me or leave them in the link below as I'd love to read them. I'm now off to write some more Christmassy posts. 

Are there any Christmassy themed posts you would like to see? 
Hugs and Kisses

An Intro To Blogmas 2018


Hey everyone! It's officially the first of December. Just how on earth did that happen. I won't bore you with how I can't believe how quickly the end of the year has come around because we will probably still be here this time next year and I don't think anyone wants that. To get back on track with what this post is all about Welcome To Blogmas 2018. 

Back at the beginning of November when it was a rainy day on my holiday to Sydney I started planning my Christmas posts. I know right? Eager beaver. I had made a few changes to my blog, whipped up a post and decided you know what? Better to be prepared now than wait until December comes around and struggle to get posts up throughout the month. We all know I've been the worst kind of blogger this month so each night of my holiday I decided to just plan some blog posts and start getting them set up. Christmas is my favorite time of the year and I remember two years ago when I did actually do Blogmas I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

I've manage to plan as many Christmas posts as humanely possible as that is the whole point of Blogmas however you might find I've thrown in a few random posts that aren't Christmas themed in for good measure so if you're fed up of seeing Christmas splashed all over your screen and want some different content, fear not as I have one or two posts thrown in there for good measure. As much as I love Christmas I understand that not everyone who reads my blog will celebrate it so there are some other posts there you might enjoy instead. I know that probably defeats the whole purpose of blogmas but I like to keep things interesting. 

I really have been on top of the ball with my blogmas posts and come up with a schedule and everything which is very unusual for me. Day 1 (today) will be a bit different as, as well as having an introduction to blogmas post I also have another proper blogmas post going up at around 1PM today. Tomorrow through to Christmas Day I will be publishing a post at 9AM every single day. Be sure to be following me here on Bloglovin' so that you never miss a post and here on Twitter where I will be posting the links to my posts multiple times throughout the day. 

I am really excited for Blogmas as it is something I've worked so hard on. My blog in general is something I've worked really hard on for the past couple of months now so I hope you enjoy reading my blog and my future posts just as much as I have enjoyed creating them. 

On that note let the festivities begin. If you're doing blogmas/vlogmas or have any Christmas themed posts going up throughout the month be sure to tweet them to me or leave them in the link below as I'd love to read them. I'm now off to write some more Christmassy posts. 

Are there any Christmassy themed posts you would like to see? 
Hugs and Kisses

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