|Reading time: 3 minutes| …the book is almost meditative. It’s a book describing how Buddhist Monks use the process of cleaning to cleanse their soul. The tagline is ‘Live clean. Feel calm. Be happy’. It demonstrates how with just a few simple changes to our daily habits and routine, we can feel calmer and happier – just like Monks.
As you guys know, last year I went an entire year without having a hair cut. My hair grew and grew and then I decided it was time for a trim and a colour refresh. Surprisingly, it wasn’t in bad condition. But since then, I’ve neglected my hair and haven’t treated it anywhere near as much as I did in that year. So it became really broken and damaged.
Most women own a good pair of jeans and because the high street has really stepped it’s game up, offering more affordable ones more frequently, it means that it’s never been easier to get a new look. For me it’s all about a modern shape, just update your jeans and you’ve instantly given a nod to the latest trend.
On Instagram we can pick and choose who we follow. I love inspirational bloggers (not often realistic), comedy and I follow some fashion. The beauty of this is that it allows me to filter out all the stuff I don’t want to consume. I’m not a fan of gym updates, I don’t really care for interiors and all in all I love an honest truth.
Anyone else feeling like this week has flown quicker than premium Rosé on sale at Waitrose? After a lovely trip to Wales last weekend and a spontaneous stay at a golf resort I’m back in London, back in the clothes stores and back working. Today I thought I’d share my two new favourite things with you.
It’s wedding season! You’ve just been invited to another wedding and happy days, you’re arranging the babysitter as we speak. What do you do next? It’s dress shopping time!