Wednesday, 30 November 2016

12 reviews before Christmas: 2) Scarlett and Mustard

In the second instalment in my 12 reviews before Christmas, I have a delicious foodie brand to introduce you to that you might like to try, or that you may think of when doing your Christmas shopping...

I am a real food lover at heart and Christmas is the best time of year to indulge. It's the law, isn't it, to fill up on lots of tasty treats? For me, Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without festive food and trying out new flavours.

A great gift idea that I really enjoy putting together for others is a hamper, filled with different foods and nibbles that they might like. It shows you've given real thought and you can select all sorts of things that might tickle their tastebuds.

And you're likely to find something just like that from Scarlett and Mustard.


In their words: 'All our stuff is made with the best, zingiest, freshest ingredients we can find, and we don't use any additives, colourings or flavourings. Just add food!"

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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

...days out: What the Ladybird Heard at Town Hall Birmingham - exclusive competition!

* NEW UPDATE: The cast of What the Ladybird Heard will be coming to Birmingham for a promo day on Monday 19 December. They will be at Birmingham Children’s library at 1.30pm for a free pop-up performance, reading of the book, colouring competitions and ticket giveaways…and various other fun bits and pieces!

We are big fans of the wonderful children's author Julia Donaldson in our house. Not a night goes by when we aren't reading one of her stories, from the classic The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo's Child (last night's choices) to A Squash and A Squeeze and Stick Man.

We took Ethan to see Stick Man live at Town Hall Birmingham a couple of months ago and, as a Christmas treat, we're going to be enjoying What the Ladybird Heard there on 28th December - and Ethan is going to be thrilled!


Here's what it's all about:

Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird, and a whole farmyard of fun! Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len have a cunning plan to steal the farmer’s fine prize cow. But they reckon without the tiniest, quietest creature of all: The Ladybird has a plan of her own!
Book early for this glittering family treat. Join the woolly sheep, the hairy hog, the fat red hen and the dainty dog in this stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks’ colourful farmyard adventure. With live music, puppetry, plenty of audience participation and lots of laughs!

Read on to find out about my exclusive competition...

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Monday, 28 November 2016

12 reviews before Christmas: 1) Harley Street Hair Clinic hamper

'Tis the season to primp, preen and pamper and to treat yourself and your loved ones to new things. With Christmas shopping in full swing and Christmas parties on the horizon too, I wanted to share a variety of snappy product reviews with you over the next couple of weeks in case they give you some gift giving inspiration - or if there's anything you'd like to try or ask Santa for...

1) Harley Street Hair Clinic hamper


I don't know about you, but the colder weather has really started taking its toll on my skin and on my hair. I have quite dry hair anyway and it can be quite fine and fragile too, so it was in the need for some TLC... and a lovely hamper from Harley Street Hair Clinic arrived just in time.

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...crafts: make a jam jar snow globe



I've always loved snow globes and wanted to buy one for Ethan for his first Christmas. They're so beautiful to look at and I think they literally encapsulate the magic of the season - the scene in The Santa Clause when Tim Allen gives his son a snow globe so he can always see where his dad is gets me every time.

I love the beautiful designs you can get from Disney and I'm sure that we'll buy one of these in the future, but I decided after reading Kirstie's Christmas Crafts that I wanted to make one for my boy myself. Every year now, this had pride of place on our dresser.

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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

...lifestyle: 5 of the Best Freebie Sites in the UK

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There are advantages to becoming a first-class freebie hunter, not only are there times in which it can help your daily budget, it can also help you to gain early access to products that have not yet hit the shelves.

Who doesn't love a good freebie? Fortunately there are many sites on the web happy which provide them. Although many will list various products that are the same, it is crucial to make sure that you are not wasting your time sorting through rubbish and are in fact going to the best ones.

There are many alleged freebie sites which offer fake freebies, for example “free minutes” if you spend a ton of money on a contract for a new mobile phone. Who wants to deal with that? So make sure you do not spend your precious time sorting through freebie sites that are bogus.

Here are our top favourites which we ourselves have tried out:



This friendly to use webpage offers over one thousand listed freebies. Every day, five to six freebies are added to the site, this means that there is always something new.

Many of the listed freebies are samples, so you are able to get your hands on all kinds of products, including toys, shampoo, chocolate and products. We personally love the perfume samples due to the fact that many times they can be quite useful is you are travelling or staying over somewhere else.

They have a tips and hints section which is quite useful and offers advice on how to take the most advantage from freebie offers, for example through creating an alternate email address. You are also able to sign up to their app which will let you, even when on the move, see the latest freebies they gave to offer. 
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...days out: 5 fun festive things to do at Thomas Land Drayton Manor and top tips when visiting this Christmas

Ethan has been a Thomas the Tank Engine fan from an early age and at the weekend, we visited Thomas Land at Drayton Manor for only the third time to have a fun family day out and celebrate the start of the festive season - including our first trip this Christmas time to see Santa in his grotto.


It was a beautiful day - perfect for a day out and about, with blue skies and a slight chill in the air but not too much to put you off being outdoors for most the day - and our little man had been so excited. We were too; Ethan has grown up so much since our last visit, and of course even more so than the first time I took him for the day two years ago. There's a lot to do at Drayton Manor and Ethan is at just the right age (three and a half) and importantly, height (99cm to be precise) to enjoy all the rides that Thomas Land has to offer.

And boy, did he enjoy them all!

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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

...food: 5 Places To Eat on Christmas Day in London

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I don’t know about you, but in my family, Christmas lasts a whole lot longer than one day.  In fact, most of the rushing relatives, glazed hams, truckloads of presents and pageant preparation happen before the day itself.  By the time Christmas comes and the presents are dashed across the living room floor, I don’t feel like doing much of anything besides slipping a little bit of Santa’s special tipple into my coffee and kicking back.  Sometimes the best Christmas present for a mum and dad is a great takeaway or a restaurant that’s open on Christmas day, and if you live in London or will be visiting friends or family, you won’t have to look far.  

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...lifestyle: something for nothing

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Everyone loves a bargain, right? Something extra we didn't expect, or an offer too good to miss or something for free to try out - all of these things can put a smile on our face and none more so than at this time of year.

I don't know about you, but with my Christmas shopping well underway and plans for the festivities ahead being made, I really am keeping a close eye on the pennies and it really is the case that every little helps.


Taking time and doing some research before purchasing is key for me, particularly at Christmas as I want to make sure we can enjoy lots of fun things over the holiday season - and be able to get through January without feeling too much of a pinch!

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Monday, 21 November 2016

...beauty: lights, camera, selfie!

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Getting ready at home can be a challenge when you're a working mum. Using the bathroom is rarely a solo experience and having the time to take your time when applying make up is tough if you have a toddler rummaging through your box of lotions and potions.

To try and make my morning routine that much easier, I have my main toiletries such as shampoo, shower gel, facial wash, hairbrushes etc in the bathroom and then all my other bits, from moisturiser to make up and perfume, on my dressing table. Everything is close to hand for when I need it and I have a routine that I follow that works for me.

Alarm.
Cup of tea.
Bathroom - shower / wash hair, teeth, face.
Bedroom - skincare, make up, style hair.

Wake the toddler.

If the toddler awakes before any of the above, my iPad is a useful distraction...

Having a place for everything makes it all so much easier and I can go about getting ready. But the main factor that makes a difference is lighting.

The Monroe mirror

Good lighting. Good visibility.

If I can focus on what I'm doing, I'm that much quicker and I've found ways to make my routine easier by applying task lighting rules around my home.


This means I've thought about where I get ready and what I do when I'm there, and made sure I have the appropriate type of lighting and a good mirror at that point. There's no point hanging a mirror in an area where your face will be cast in shadow and you need to be able to see your face, your head or your body at different stages when you're getting ready - but not always all at the same time.

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...me: a little Christmas wishlist

I put together a Christmas wishlist for Ethan the other week and I've indulged in some online window shopping thinking about what I may like to receive from the man in red this year - if I have been a good girl, of course.

I like the usual girly things come this time of year - new PJ's, slippers, gloves, jewellery, books and something to pamper myself with - and it's always nice to receive something new to try.


Because I can't help but online window shop, particularly when I'm up in the middle of the night to settle Ethan, I've added the lovely beauties above, as found on Not On The High Street for all of them apart from the two Stila make up Christmas gift sets, to this post. There's just too many beautiful things out there; like the Rachel Jackson birthstone amulet, where you can have different stones mixed (I would do this for myself, hubs and Ethan so all our birthstones combined to make this a unique piece). It comes in silver, gold and rose gold (which I currently have a thing for) too, so you can pick a tone to suit the stones. 

The fold out for leaf clover locket is stunning, I love bangles and all of these would look lovely to stack with ones I already have and the Stila lippie is devine.

I really am being rather greedy, aren't I? Seeing as I had already picked out the following bits and pieces too...
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...crafts: make a Christmas wreath for your door



This is a craft project I did a couple of Christmases ago and I can't wait to hang my handmade traditional Christmas wreath again (we put out decorations up on the 2nd December, in case you were wondering). 


It was really easy to make and you can use items that you have in your home or garden to decorate it, so it could be a very cheap craft project too.

Here's what I used and how I made my wreath...

You will need:
Wreath - you could choose a fake green branch wreath or a wicker design if you prefer, Wilkos has a great range to choose from, as well as decorations for 50p or £1 plus florist wire, and I got mine from (you guessed it) Hobbycraft

Two oranges
Cinnamon sticks
Pine cones
Glitter glue
Length of beads
Bells
String
Florist/easy to bend wire
Ribbon



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Thursday, 17 November 2016

...Mum: Ethan's Christmas Presents

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So, Black Friday is almost upon us and the nation's retailers are bracing themselves for their best deals and a tidal wave of customers flurrying into the store and flooding online to snap up the top offers. I think we'll all remember the chaotic scenes from past years, of people getting trampled in the crush to pick up a bargain and things ending in blows as people battle over cut price TV's.

Every year, I do wonder what the fuss is all about. I like getting something for a steal as much as the next person, but there's actually lots of great offers around in the lead up to Christmas and no need to go a bit nutty just because there's one day in the retail calendar where flash sales pop up.

I have done the majority of my Christmas shopping now and being a savvy shopper, and with online shopping being so easy, I have been able to shop around and find good deals.


Whether it's Black Friday or not, you can pick up some great offers - and to take the stress out of things, you could give Every Day is Black Friday a go and leave them to do the hard work for you. It's a clever site that uses intelligent spiders to go out there and search for just the thing you're looking for. It then finds the best offers from across the web to give you accurate price information - and updates when the price drops.

Think of it as your own Santa's little helper - there to sniff out the best prices and help you get what you want at a price to make you smile.
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...travel: get back to nature

Have you been watching the new series, Planet Earth 2, on BBC1? It's another triumph in television and gives such a close up view of the natural world, and moments we would otherwise not be able to witness. From creatures great and small, their journeys and life battles are documented in stunning footage and stories such as the baby iguana trying to escape from snakes hot on its tail have made a huge impact upon people, making the news headlines and popping up on Facebook feeds as it captures the nation's imagination.


It's great to see so many people take such great interest in an educational show like this and I think the wonder of this kind of programme, and the appeal of Sir David Attenborough, is a real draw for anyone with a fascination for the world around them.

When we're young, this interest is so vivid as we learn all the time and it comes naturally to us to ask questions. I believe it's really important to nurture this curiosity and since I was a little girl, I have loved spending time in the great outdoors. I love visiting areas of local interest, seeing vast fields and exploring weathered woods and a lot of our holidays or trips away purposely include this element.

I have a little explorer on my hands and I want him to enjoy discovering new things. Whilst he loves animals such as polar bears and sharks, there's so much around him to capture his interest and in Britain, we really are so lucky to have so many places of natural beauty and so much nature to seek out.
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...interiors & beauty: a tour of my dressing table


I love my dressing table. I have always wanted one and since getting it a year and a half ago, it's somewhere I love spending time.

I get ready at it every morning and it's also a really nice feature in our new look bedroom.

It looks glamorous and it adds a bit of glamour to my routine.

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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Having fun with chalk makers - plus special 20% discount for TBM readers!


Chalkboards are a bit of a trend and one that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. A few years ago, I picked up a pot of chalkboard paint from B&Q and decided to turn the panel in the understairs cupboard door into a chalkboard.

As it's a busy area in the house, I thought it would make for an interesting feature and it would also be somewhere to write messages and greetings too.

It was a really cheap idea and one that I've loved ever since. So my chalkboard love began, and since then we have a chalkboard memo board for each day of the week and I even have chalkboard style labels for jars.

So, when Chalkola got in touch to see if I'd like to give their chalk markers a go, I couldn't resist.
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...interiors: shelf life


I love shelves and bookcases and with the trend for #shelfies - where you post snaps of shelf displays in your home - it seems I'm not alone.

As part of our recent bedroom makeover, we have two shelves that have become really important features and they have worked to add depth and interest to the scheme as a whole.

Above our bed, we fitted a chunky floating shelf bought in Ikea for £15 that runs almost from one side to the other. I love this kind of look but never thought it was something we could do. It was a finishing touch we hadn't really thought of until a week after finishing the bedroom; I just felt something was missing and with the wall being an external one, hubs said he was sure we could go for this look. 
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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Happy 4th birthday to TBM!

So, four years ago, I started on a journey. I had recently found out that I was pregnant and had begun reading all kinds of blogs for ideas, information and support. I decided that I too wanted to document my journey from bump to baby and beyond, for my friends and family and to make new connections too.

It would be my record, my space to share memories and things I love and somewhere I could be me.


And this week, my corner of the web turns four.

Four!

I've been here, chatting away about anything and everything that's been going in my life, and things that I have found along the way. The fun times, the tough times, the silly times.

I still love blogging as much as I did then but had no idea where it would take me and who it would introduce me to. It means a great deal to me and the relationships I have made with readers, followers and other bloggers, and the amazing brands I have been fortunate enough to collaborate with.

I've come a long way since my first post, and there's just so much I would love to do.

What's next for To Become...? Who knows! I'm going to keep on doing my thing. There's always so many ideas and things I'd like to do but so little time, being a full tome working mum. But my blog means a lot to me and it will continue to follow me and my family through our next adventures.

I hope that you'll come along for the ride.

A big thank you to everyone who has ever stopped by my blog and here's to the next four years...!

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Monday, 14 November 2016

...days out: see David Walliams in his PJs at Symphony Hall this Sunday

I've been working with Town Hall and Symphony Hall Birmingham for the past couple of months so wanted to share news of the David Walliams event taking place this Sunday, where he will be realing from and talking about his new children's fiction title, The Midnight Gang.

For fans and bookworms alike, it promises to be a great event plus £1 from every ticket sold will be donated to Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity - so the season of goodwill and giving begins early.

Over to the Symphony Hall team to tell you more... 



Town Hall Symphony Hall, HarperCollins Children’s Books and the bookselling mini-chain Foyles have confirmed that multi-talented and award-winning author David Walliams will be coming to Symphony Hall for his biggest event yet. Fans young and old will be able to hear, for the first time ever in front of a live audience, David talk about his new children’s fiction title, The Midnight Gang.

David Walliams and THSH will be inviting families from Birmingham Children’s Hospital to attend the show for free, and £1 from every ticket purchased will be donated to Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity. HarperCollins Children’s Books, David Walliams’ publisher for both his fiction and picture book titles, will also donate a copy of The Midnight Gang to every child staying in the hospital.

This pre-Christmas season spectacular will take place on 20th November in the heart of Birmingham. Fans are encouraged to take part in the midnight magic and come dressed to the event in their pyjamas for some classic Walliams silliness!
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Friday, 11 November 2016

...crafts: let's make an advent calendar!

It's almost December so it's almost time to start the countdown to Christmas and to do this in style, you need an advent calendar so I have a fun craft project to share with you.


It's almost December so it's almost time to start the countdown to Christmas and to do this in style, you need an advent calendar.

We started some new traditions when Ethan was born and with our homemade advent calendar at the heart of everything. We decided we wanted an advent calendar we can use every year and our idea is to not only have a chocolate treat waiting inside but also a seasonal task. From watching Elf to baking gingerbread, singing carols and reading 'Twas The Night Before Christmas.

I found this beautiful wooden advent house template in Hobbycraft (every year they do different shapes so take a look to see what they have in this year, and be quick as they always sell fast) and knew exactly what I wanted to do with it...

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Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Guide to where to see Santa in the Midlands - Christmas 2016

For the past two years, we have been to see the man in red several times at various locations across the Midlands. I've shared a round-up of places to see Santa on my blog for the past two years and from the beginning, they quickly become some of my most popular posts ever. So much so, it’s started to creep back up as one of my most read recently, so here I am, sharing my bumper 2016 grotto guide to the top places where you can meet the man with a belly that wobbles like a bowl full of jelly this Christmas across the region…


This will be Ethan’s fourth Christmas and with each year, our excitement and his grows. He is already talking excitedly about the man in red and it seems that he really is starting to know what it is all about - and I can't wait until the festivities kick off.


There’s no denying that come 25th December, he’s going to be an excited ball of energy, dressed in his festive PJ’s and exclaiming at his gifts in glee - with me grinning right beside him!

We are all about the traditions in our house – opening the advent calendar, watching Muppet Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve – and now we have Ethan, visiting Santa. We'll be going to at least a couple of these... which event might you go to? Maybe we will see you there...

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Monday, 7 November 2016

Our life lately... October 2016


I keep saying it, but this year is flying and I can't quite believe that it's November. October was a pretty great month; not just because it's the start of my favourite time of year, but I've been settling into my new career path and enjoying it, Ethan is doing so well at preschool and hubs is pretty happy with his new job too.

We've all been spending lots of quality time together, working hard but playing hard too.

Here's some of the highlights that October brought, from what we've done to moments we want to remember...

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Saturday, 5 November 2016

...home: a gorgeous garden all year round & a £100 Argos voucher up for grabs

* Competition collaboration



This is my favourite time of year; I love watching the colours of leaves on the trees changing, I like the feel of crunching fallen leaves under foot and with today being Bonfire Night, the excitement really starts to build for Christmas.

One thing I don't quite like as much is how unkempt our garden can get in a short space of time and how dull it can look as the nights draw in and the temperature drops. Keeping our lawn in order is a challenge at the best of times. We don't have the biggest garden by any means, but it is long and bordered by various bushes and a silver birch tree at the front and fir trees at the back (which we get regularly trimmed by a tree care specialist).

Hubs and I have long had plans to completely overhaul the garden and have lots of ideas of what we would do, to make it a space we can and want to use, come rain or shine, and to also make sure than maintenance isn't so much of a hassle.

Having seen quite a few inspiring examples in real gardens, we're quite keen on the idea of artificial turf. Now, don't think I've gone mad - artificial grass has developed so much in recent years and there are some really lovely, natural looking options available, such as those from Nomow (Europe's leading manufacturer of artificial grass) that mimic the look and feel of real grass, with a lot of detail to ensure the end result blends into your garden environment.

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Friday, 4 November 2016

...lifestyle: coffee treats at home and for Christmas hampers

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I love a good cup of tea but at this time of year - or when I've had a super busy week like this one and need all the help I can get - I am all about the coffee.

I'm not a real connoisseur (I don't know a great deal about different beans or blends), but I know what I like and come autumn, I like to try out new flavours and syrups to get into the festive feeling.

I can easily spend a fortune in high street coffee shops, with their weird and wonderful blends and tempting coffee aromas, but you can recreate some of those famous drinks - #pumkinspicelatte, I'm looking at you - in your very own home.

As autumn rumbles on, I tend to treat myself to some freshly ground coffee and use a cafetiere to make an extra special cup. It's a highlight and a great start to our weekends and if I make sure to get up on time, I make a flask to take with me in the car to work - keeping me warm, and awake, all morning long.

Tomorrow we are going out for Bonfire Night and to see fireworks so we will definitely have a big flask of fresh coffee, probably with hazelnut or gingerbread syrup added, to enjoy on our drive and when we are waiting for everything to start. After all, it's meant to be a cold one tomorrow.

I'm also thinking that coffee beans, or ground coffee, is actually a nice idea for friends or family for Christmas. I quite like making my own hampers for people, as a different gift idea and something you can personalise. A wicker hamper lined with some festive tissue paper, a new mug or cup and saucer plus some Lavazza coffee and flavoured Monin syrup, just like they use in Starbucks and Costa, would be a lovely gift for a coffee fan - or a new parent!

What's your favourite type of coffee or syrup flavour? Would you like to receive a hamper like this at Christmas?
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...lifestyle: getting ahead with Christmas shopping

* via lovethesales


I'm known in our circle of friends as someone who a) can't resist a bargain, b) has to be well organised and c) likes to get on top of the Christmas shopping early.

We all love Christmas and every year, we get together a few weeks before Christmas and have three days together where we pretend it's Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. We wear silly pyjamas, we cook the big meal together and we do a secret Santa so that everyone has something special from the rest of the group.

It's a real highlight for all of us and this year, I am pretty pleased with the person I have picked to buy for.

Some people are just easier than others, aren't they?

This year, whilst I'm not yet finished with the Christmas shopping, I have completed at least half of my 'to buy' list. I find if you get in early, there's some really great stuff out there and some good deals to be had if you look around.

Which leads me nicely to one such place where you can do that; lovethesales.

It's a really hand website to go to as you can search lots of top brands and find some great prices, then lovethesales takes you directly to the retailer who has that offer on. Kind of like a personal shopper - or a happy elf giving you a helping hand!

Here are a few picks that have caught my eye for people on my Christmas list...


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Thursday, 3 November 2016

I give you this ring as a symbol of my love

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Hubs and I got married in September 2010 and it's a day that we will always remember. We spent a lot of time making every part of the day specific to us and it was about the little details and personal touches that made the day what it was.

We went for a subtle movie theme as we met at Blockbuster when we were students and it's something we are both passionate about. We played movie music throughout the day, with 'Come What May' (Moulin Rouge) and 'Grow Old With You' (The Wedding Singer) playing at the end of our ceremony and 'I've Had The Time Of My Life' (Dirty Dancing) as the last song of the evening, naturally (but without the lift!). 

We had popcorn in old fashioned paper bags as nibbles, clapperboards as our table centrepieces, cinema ticket stubs as notecards for our guestbook and even gave mini Oscar awards to people during the day for being the 'best supporting male' and so on. The tables were named after our favourite romantic films, we had a quiz for our guests that was full of movie trivia and we had a special themed cocktail menu too.

We spent a lot of time putting a personal touch to every part of our day and had such an amazing time enjoying every moment together.

It may have been six years ago now, but the photos on the walls remind us of those precious memories. And the rings on our fingers are always there to symbolise our special day.

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Wednesday, 2 November 2016

To become... style: folk dress from Tu


I have a thing for dresses. They are without doubt the item I have the most of in my wardrobe. I love how versatile they are; dress them up with heels, a clutch and some punchy lipstick, or down with some plain pumps or converse, ankle boots and a leather jacket or sling over a chunky knit to layer up for the cooler weather.

You may have seen that folk influenced details are a key trend for autumn and I have found the most perfect dress.

It won't be everyone's cup of tea but it was love at first sight for me.

Long sleeves. Midi length. Retro print and colour palette. Bold embroidery detail. And tassels.

Did I mention that this dress is from Tu at Sainsbury's?? I wanted to work in fashion at one time (if you do it’s worth checking out fashion executive recruitment).


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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

To become... beauty: all about lashes and brows


Being fair-skinned, I'm not really blessed with bold and beautiful eyelashes and eyebrows. Unlike my son who has the most incredible lashes - not that I am jealous at all - my lashes are very fair and quite short, before I apply lashings of mascara.

For me, mascara is a necessity; it finishes my look and really makes such a difference, so much so that if I don't wear it, I've had comments as to whether I am feeling unwell - no joke!

Also, over the past few years, having plucked my eyebrows a bit too much when I was a teen (and when skinny brows were the trend) and with a darker hair tone now, pencilling my brows is also a necessity. I have brows but they are quite fair again and pretty sparse, so need a fair bit of shaping and shading. Again, it makes a HUGE difference to my face shape and look. I just find it so much of a pain, and wish I could save on this part of my make up routine, but Wunderbrow didn't work for me, tinting doesn't fill in the gaps and I don't want to commit to tattooed brows.

For these reasons, I have been trying two beauty serums to see if I can enhance and boost my natural lashes and eyebrows so I don't have to have so much of a make up helping hand.

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