Bath and Body Works Haulin'

So, recently I found out there are some lovely people that sell Bath and Body Works products on facebook groups... This has been v much fun for me looking at new things and also very much not fun for my bank balance. I've gone so crazy with it recently and I think I've spent a good £100 on a few candles, body washes and pocket bacs. 
I'm also v tempted to buy more candles and some of the car scent things cause my car could do with smelling a lil better. 
So the first few things I bought were a couple of Pocket Bacs and a little holder for them cause y'know it looked cute and I'm a sucker for this kinda thing. The pocketbac's that I bought were the Sweet Pea and the Stress Relief ones. I've had both these scents before but in shower gel forms. They smell amazing and are definitely one of my favourite scents. To go along with them I got the holder, this one is a really pretty silver stone type one - its got little gem stones in it too, very pretty and will be a cute way to hold my pocketbacs. 
Next up lets talk shower gels! I got two of their shower gels, first one is the Japanese Cherry Blossom - I've had this shower gel before and loved it - hence me buying it again. Also bought the Pretty as a Peach shower gel. This smells so sweet, I cant wait to cover myself in bubbles.
 So the first of three candles I bought was Flipping Awesome. Flipping Awesome is Pumpkin Pecan Waffle Scented. It smells insane! Absolutely insane. My mum isn't a fan of this as its really sweet in scent but I love it, it smells beautiful. I think it will have a really good throw and will fill the room really well. 
 I also got Pumpkin Cupcake scented candle - again I adore this, it smells pretty similar to Flipping Awesome, but different enough to make having both worthwhile. Again the throw in this I think will be amazing - like fill the whole home good. 
Final product - the Vampire Blood Halloween scented candle is beautiful. It smells so lovely - a bit like berries, so its very fresh, the candle itself looks really nice - very Halloween-y, but y'know in a cute way.

Next time I get shop happy for Bath and Body Works what should I try and get? I need to calm down with the candle buying cause I now legit have a box full of candles in my room - better get burning. 


TK Maxx Candle Haul

 Hello candle people! After seeing a few people on twitter recently talking about DW Home candles I decided to take a look in TK Maxx after work one day. I found a few that I loved and a few more that I bundled into my arms - I had to leave a fair few behind unfortunately, I'll be back for them eventually, mark my words. 
 I got two candles from DW Home, a large 3 wick candle and a smaller jar. The smaller candle is in the scent Lychee, its housed in a burgundy jar with a rose gold lid. This smells so nice, very fresh and sweet - I'm hoping the scent doesn't disappear while burning. The jar costs £2.99, it doesn't say how long it will burn for but £2.99 for a beautifully scented candle is amazing value. 
The larger jar is in the scent Vanilla Blackberry, its got the same gold lid but the glass jar for this one is an ombre jar. It fades from a yellow, to a deep blue shade. This smells heavenly, its both fresh and fruity and cake-y. A strange mix of things when you think about it, but it smells divine. This jar costs £7.99, and if the £2.99 for the small jar was good value then this is phenomenal. The three wick jar says it has appox. 26 hours of burn time, which doesn't seem like an overly long amount of time for a fairly large candle, but we'll see how long I get out of it.  
 I saw this cool looking candle on the shelf and decided to take it with me - they had a Whisky scented one, this candle is Gin scented and by the brand M of W.G - aka Makers of Wax Goods. This candle is a large glass jar, with a wooden lid. Everything about the candle is perfect, it looks so crisp and grand. Quite rustic looking I think. Scent wise, its crisp and fresh. It'll be perfect for burning if you want a pleasant not overwhelming scent. I'm not sure how much I spent on this candle, the sticker appears to have been ripped off at some point. 
Olivia Blake is the final candle company I bought from. When I saw this I originally thought it was a Jo Malone candle, as the packaging is very very similar. The scent I got is Red Berry and Clove, on the box the scent is described as a rich black cherry with hints of cinnamon with a deep woody amber base. It smells really fresh with a light cherry scent, I think it will smell insane whilst burning. This only cost £5.99 and for what looks like an amazing dupe for Jo Malone candles the price is pretty good too. 
TK Maxx have such an amazing and vast range of candles to pick from, I'm excited to see what other scents I can find in stores over coming months. 

Have you bought any candles from TK Maxx recently? What brands do you recommend I try and find?  


Snow Fairy Candle

For my birthday my amazing best friend spoiled me with so many lovely things - a couple of which will feature here over the next few weeks! But for now we are gonna talk about this delicious smelling candle! 
The candle in question is from Bags of Thought and smells just like Lush's Snow Fairy, hence the candle being called Snow Fairy. Bags of Thought have so many scents, from Chanel to Dior, they have it all. The jars cost £19.99, and are about the same size as a medium Yankee jar.

The Snow Fairy jar smells utterly divine! It smells just like the bottles of snow fairy, as its quite a strong smell even without burning it I thought it would be really strong whilst burning but its quite a soft smell. Its not over powering in anyway shape or form. Its light and sweet, and oh so yummy. 
Caitlyn I praise you for getting me this candle - but also curse you cause now I want to buy more!


AVON | Reed Macaroon Diffuser

This yummy diffuser is another of the gifts Caitlyn gave me, shes a huuuuge candle lover so its no surprise I got a couple of home scents from her. Trying to convince her to start a blog - shes just as beauty obsessed as me! 
I've never had a diffuser, I don't know why I never had one till now, its basically just a candle minus the potential to start a fire. Constant fragrance no hazard.
The diffuser I am now the proud owner of is this beaut lil one from Avon, is smells like cake and if I didn't know better I'd try to eat it. 
The scent is Macaroon, and is maybe the nicest thing I've ever smelt. I've had this sat in the room I blog in for a couple of days now and as soon as I walk in I'm hit with the nicest sweet smell. It is in no way over powering, you will get used to the smell after awhile so dont worry about that (if you are worried about that), but with that in mind if you left the room for a little while and came back to it you'd certainly notice the beautiful aroma again. If you don't like cake-y scents though I'd maybe say this scent is noot for you. 
The design of the product is really simplistic and minimal, but the pink and silver label looks classic and effortless. Even in a really minimal, Scandinavian type home these wouldn't look out of place.
They're super affordable at just £6 and have a few other fragrances - if you're interested in this one though you can find it here.


Arbonne Mini Haul

Hey everyone, so a few months ago I was approached by a consultant for Arbonne and was asked to try some products. I tried a bunch of their skincare and fell in love pretty much instantly, my skin was much clearer, softer and in general nicer looking after just a few days. Shortly after trying the products I was given the chance to join the girl who gave me the samples team, and to be honest I didn't even think about it, I instantly said yes. The products I tried were amazing, and getting a discount through working for them on the products was in itself a huge bonus. 
So I joined officially at the end of September as a consultant, I'm telling you this out of complete transparency - I want you to know that I do work for Arbonne as a consultant ( Imagine me as a Avon lady but y'know for Arbonne instead...) 
So when I put my first order in I bought a few bits of their makeup to try out - cause y'know how much I love my makeup. I also bought my favourite thing from the skincare I tried, and got a free gift too. Lets talk products now, shall we? 
Arbonne Make-up Primer
This primer feels like velvet on the skin, the primer says it minimises the look of fine lines and imperfections - it also helps to keep makeup looking good all day. 
I've tried this once already and it made my skin feel amazing, and I think it did help the foundation also last longer. I wore this with the foundation for about 6 hours before my oily skin started to push through - a little bit of powder though and I think it would have been fixed. 
I'm going to try this out some more and then do a proper review of this, but so far I'm pretty impressed with it. 
Arbonne Foundation
I got the shade porcelain in this foundation and it is a near enough perfect match for my skin, there are 15 shades in this foundation so theres a decent amount of shades to pick from. This foundation held up really well, it only started to look a bit weird after 7 hours, I didn't set the foundation though so it might have held up better if I'd set it - I'll play around and let you know though in a proper review. First impressions though are good. 
Arbonne Eye Makeup Remover
I've yet to try this, so I can't say how effective it is. I don't tend to use eye makeup remover, usually I just take any and all makeup off with my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, but it might be good to use this first then cleanse properly. 

Arbonne Moisturising Night Cream
For some reason I didn't take a picture of this on its own - so apologies. I never used a night cream before trying the Arbonne one. When Cassie let me try it I fell in love with it instantly, it smells so lovely - sweet and fruity but the scent is all natural - and makes your skin feel so lovely. Just need a new oil controlling day cream and I'll be set! 
Arbonne Intelligence Genius Resurfacing Pads
I got these pads as my free gift for joining, they're pretty pricey not gonna lie. But I've been using these pretty consistently since I got them and I'm so far impressed with these - since using these I honestly feel that my skin is less bumpy and feels so much softer. My breakouts have been minimal too and my pores seem smaller. I'm going to do a more in depth post on these soon but I'm so impressed with these so far and I cant wait to finish using them. 

So thats my haul for now, more hauls from Arbonne will be coming. Have you heard of Arbonne before, what do you think of these products? Any questions on them feel free to ask. 


The Fox Tan | Review

You know those products you see being advertised with amazing results on Facebook and instagram? Well the Fox Tan for me is one of those products. I kept seeing it on my instagram feed with sun kissed girls raving about how amazing their tan is because of The Fox Tan products.
The day I put an order in for this I'd found out Davids cousin had bought this too and absolutely swears by it, so it's good to know that real life people - not that the instagram people aren't real, but yknow - actually love the product. She even wants to compare tans with us when we get home - I'm still gonna be pale in comparison but if it can help me get even a little bit of a darker tan then I'll be more than happy. 
David is gonna use it too, he naturally takes colour really quickly and this holiday is gonna be his first abroad holiday in I think 5 years? So his skin will soak up the sun and by the end of this week I fear he'll be golden - hate being the pastey one all the time.
So, The Fox Tan are an Australian company and they basically state on their website that their products will help you get to your darkest possible natural tan quickly without having to spend ages in the sun or in sunbeds. They're also cruelty free and vegan which is amazing as so many massive brands still aren't, and it's an issue that a lot of people hold close to heart. The fact that companies still test on animals is a compete joke, JUST STOP ANIMAL TESTING GUYS!!!
So this was my colour pre fox tan - as you can see I'm still holding some colour from a few months ago when I went to Fuerteventura. 
Since David wants to use it as well as myself, so when I put an order in for it I bought an extra bottle. So first thing I bought was the Complete Fox Pack, the set costs £23.99 and comes with The Rapid Tanning Mist and the Rapid Tanning Elixir. I also bought a spare bottle of The Rapid Tanning Mist, £13.99. 
The Rapid Tanning Elixir is basically a moisturiser that you use in the build up to UV exposure, we used it a few times before our holiday and daily whilst on holiday. They say online that it activates through UV exposure, and the more you use it the more melanin that your body makes. 
The Rapid Tanning Mist says it will allow you to get really dark quickly, we shall see though. Both the mist and elixir are filled with lots of super ingredients, they'll moisturise the skin, keeping it nourished. Neither of these products have SPF in them, so you'll still need to use an SPF under this. 
The packaging is cute, although I will say the bottles are small, with only 120ml of product in each bottle. The bottles are a pretty but simple, the bottle itself to is a really lovely blue shade - can't decide if it's a mint or a turquoise - with pink and black logo with a white lid (black lid for the elixir). 
The Rapid Tan Mist is an oil, but when sprayed it's a bit yellow. I'd due to this maybe say be wary if your wearing a white bikini. It smells really nice though, fresh and fruity with a hint of coconut. Basically smells like holiday in a bottle. 
The elixir is more cream like, but a little goes a long way with it as it seems to be a bit oil based. David described the colour of it as being like coronation chicken - it's definitely a good way to describe the colour that's for sure. Scent wise, it's very similar to that of the mist, they both have a really pleasant smell.
They both leave your skin feeling really soft, and not at all oily, and are absorbed in pretty quickly. 

After a week of using these everyday I've gotta say I'm fairly impressed, now I'm by no means golden brown but I'm definitely a lot darker than I normally would get after a week in the sun. I don't know if the photo really does it any justice but I am darker than before so I'm more than happy. 
Whilst away David and I went through just over half of the Elixir and near enough a full bottle of the mist - might have been more than a full bottle actually as we used both bottles a few days.... So although the bottles are small, the product lasts ages, if it was only you using these I think they would easily last a month at least if you're using them daily. We're going to continue using them whilst going for occasional sunbeds and we'll see if it can get us any darker.  You can also buy these from Pretty Little Thing, I think it might work out a bit more expensive but you can get them quicker. 
Have you tried The Fox Tan before? What do you think of it, or is it something you'd give a try...


Lush Sleepy | Review

Hello sleepy people! So, I've been on the hunt for a tub of Sleepy for the loooongest time, but every time I've gone to try find one they've been sold out. So like any sleep deprived person, I went to Lush in Braehead everyday for 4 days until I managed to get my hands on a tub. 
So since I managed to get my hands on it myself and my lovely assistant aka boyfriend aka David, have been trying it out. Davids biggest issue in trying to fall asleep is me. I very much struggle to sleep, and I tend to talk Davids ear off until either I fall asleep or he drowns me out enough to sleep himself. 
I'm pretty much permanently exhausted, I get up early -  say early its around 10 - and workout and go to bed around midnight every night. My issue is though that it takes me ages to fall asleep and then when I do sleep I'm up every few hours. From needing to pee the tiniest bit or having sore legs, and even Davids loud snoring, its a pain in the ass, and not to mention exhausting.

So David and I have been testing this out since I got it and the results are very encouraging to say the least. Every night we used it I nodded off really quickly and only woke up once around 7am to pee - hindsight I should probably have stayed up as when I went back to bed I didn't want to get up till waaaay after 11. 
We forgot to use it one night, and out of curiosity I used one of those sleeping trackers to see how not using it affected me. I got just over 5 hours of sleep it took me hooooours to fall asleep. I felt awful when I woke up too, it was unreal how bad I felt for not using sleepy. 
Another thing I noticed is that when we didn't use it, David's snoring got so bad! Like my mum could hear him snoring while she was in the other room! The next day we used it and his snoring had near enough gone completely!
The cream is a lovely purple tone with slight flecks of glitter in it. I didn't notice the glitter until David pointed it out, the glitter isn't that obvious though so don't worry about that. The cream is so moisturising too, any dry bits I've had on my skin has gone now. 
So not only does this fix all my sleepy problems, it also fixes all my dry skin issues. If you can get your hands on this I would recommend trying it, for me its helped loads in regards to my sleep. If you want help dosing off and staying sleeping then I'd recommend trying this.


Autumn Beauty Wish List

Hey everyone! So I was thinking, will I do a monthly set of wishlists or will I just do one to last me until December time, and I thought - I'm not rich enough to buy everything I'd like so I'll just do a seasonal one. So here we are, a beauty wishlist. We've got make-up, skin care and even some body products in here. So without further rambling lets see whats on my list. 

Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette, £56
When I first saw this palette, I instantly fell in love. It looks absolutely stunning, its different enough from the Rose Gold palette that I can justify owning both of them - although I definitely don't need any more eye shadow palettes. I adore the Rose Gold palette, and I can't wait till I can get my hands on this one too. 

Kate Somerville EradiKate Acne Treatment, $26
After watching Jamie Genevieve talk about this in her recent Sephora haul I knew I wanted to try it. Its basically just a spot treatment, but Jamie recommended it as it reduces the redness of a spot or gets rid of it completely overnight. Winner Winner. I'm not sure we can get hold of it in the UK so I'll just have to order from Sephora. 

Bumble and Bumble While You Sleep Overnight Damage Repair Masque, £40
I noticed this hair mask on the Bumble and Bumble website recently, and although the price is pretty steep - its actually much higher than I'd ever pay for a hair product, I cant help but want to try it. My hair has taken a beating over the years and I'd pay good money to have my hair in better condition - cause even regular hair cuts ain't keeping the split ends at bay no more. 

Too Faced Melted Latex Liquified Lipstick in Unicorn Tears, £19
I recently got an email from Too Faced that advertised this product, and I instantly fell in love. I've heard absolutely nothing about these lipsticks - although I love the original melted ones - the colour though just looked to pretty to not want to try it! 

Drunk Elephant T.L.C Sukari Baby Facial, $80
Another product from Sephora that I saw on Jamie's video is the Drunk Elephant Baby Facial - I don't use a lot of skin care stuff and I tend to stick to what I know but recently my skin texture has gotten a bit weird and I have a lot of redness and uneven bits, so I'd like to give this a whirl and see what it does for me. 

Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Facial Toner, £35
I'd seen a review of this on Lily's blog, the skin care benefits from this product sound amazing and the packaging looks so pretty too. It's expensive, thats for sure but if it helps my skin I'd honestly happily pay for it. 

Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick in Caramelized, $24
Again this is a product I'd seen on Jamie's YouTube, and it looked so pretty on her so I'd like to give it a try. 

Arbonne Shea Butter Body Wash
The last two products I'd like to get - and will soon - are from Arbonne. Most people probably won't have heard of them but they're vegan and cruelty free and pretty much mostly natural and botanical. I'm recently part of the Arbonne company, so in honour of all disclosure thats why I'm adding these in here. I'm wanting to try them so I can learn about what I'm a part of. My mums friend has been using Arbonne for a long time now and she swears by their products, so I'm super excited to try the products I've already ordered. 

Arbonne Rescue & Renew Detox Mask
Final product on the wish list is the Arbonne Rescue and Renew Detox Mask. This mask sounds amazing, its filled with french pink clay, rosemary oil and many many many other amazing skin benefiting ingredients. 

Whats on your wish list?  


October Goals

Summer has come and gone so unbelievably quickly, I feel like I got nothing done and I'm pretty certain I managed none of my previous goals from other posts...Still very much in debt, didn't pass all my exams (hey third year I'm back), haven't blogged more - although lots of posts lined up for future now I'm less stressed. I have been going to the gym lots - read lots as 6 times a week - and I did get rid of the washed out green colour from my hair, now I want to go silver though, can't keep me natural for long! 
Here we are in month 10 of 12 - it's almost Christmas hehe oh dear - and I'm determined with all my free time to be more productive and get shit done! 

Start Finding A/W Clothing | My wardrobe is so bare its unreal, I need a whole new cold weather wardrobe. Primark have loads of adorable winter clothing pieces, from jumpers to cute jackets they've got loads of amazing things. Also gonna be in search of cute boots and thick tights. 

Get Money Smart | Over summer I got soooo deep into my overdraft its unreal. So whilst back at university - even for the short amount of hours that I'm there - I want to reduce my debt, not just my debt but the rest of my term with Apple. Also gotta get myself some savings as I've zero savings left at all. 

Blog Regularly | I keep saying I will, then I don't, so sorry for that. But I'm exam stress free so imma blog as much as I can, especially as I've got loads of posts lined up. 

Do you have any goals this month? 


Glasgow Foods | Smoak

I buy a lot of Groupon food deals. And I mean a lot. I find it means I get to try places I probably wouldn't otherwise have tried. And this time I found myself in Smoak. I'd passed by it a few times while in town but never actually thought to go in. The deal was pretty good, I think it was like £12 for a burger and fries for two? Sounds about right... 
Smoak is located right in the heart of Glasgow in Royal Exchange Square. They have seating indoors and out, as it was such an oddly beautiful day in Glasgow when we visited the outside area was mobbed. Inside has quite an industrial type feel to it, all woody and sort of westerny - my use of words is amazing aint it? They have a great selection of drinks from the usual sort drinks to milkshakes and even ice teas (they had sold out by the time we got their though, boo!) 
The burgers themselves though were lovely, I went for the UMAMI 2.0. It was an amazing juicy burger with mushrooms, bacon, cheese and rocket - I opted for no onions as I'm no a fan. The chips are amazing too! I did that horrific thing of putting the sauce all over the chips - sorry not sorry.
David loved his burger too, he got a different one from me but I can't remember what one he picked, also he bit into it as soon as it came so no pictures of that one were obtained. 
Smoak was really good though, prices were decent and the food was delicious. I'm sure at some point David and I will be back. 


My Protein Active Woman Sample Box

Hullo, so todays post is a wee bit fitness-y. I've become a bit of a fitness nut recently, and because of this I've been trying new foods and new fitness brands. I've used My Protein before, but I hadn't in a really long time. They had a deal on recently for 40% off so I decided to put a wee order in. I ended up getting Rocky Road Cookies and this wee box, the cookies are glorious but we're here today for the sample box. It's not the usual type of box product I talk about, usually its latest in beauty or glossyboxes that would feature. Today though we're being all fit and healthy with a fitness box. I like things like this as they give you the chance to try lots of different products rather than buying a full size of one thing, potentially not liking it and then getting stuck with it. Not ideal. So when I saw this wee box online I decided to add it into my basket, I didn't really know anything about the box when I bought it but it wasn't too expensive (£16 full price) and I'm just kinda an impulse buyer. 
When the box came though I was super impressed with it. Its got so much in it, and theres loads of variety. The Active Women Sample Box contains 9 different products ranging from a shaker bottle to protein powders, from cookies to desserts. Theres loads of choice and even some vegan options. 
 There were two of the My Protein Active Women Protein Desserts, one is chocolate truffle flavoured and and the other is velvet vanilla flavour.  I've tried the Velvet vanilla one and it wasn't too bad actually, although the whole sachet definitely felt like too much. 
There were two vegan blends, one is pineapple and coconut flavoured and the other is apple caramel. The pineapple and coconut flavoured one isn't my cup of tea, so i probably won't be trying that one anytime soon. 
There was also two sachets of the Active Women Diet Blend in Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Toasted Marshmallow flavours. Both of these flavours sound amazing - cant wait to try them both!
There was also a tub of the Active Women Collagen & Coconut with Vitamin C tablets. These are basically just tablets to help keep your skin beautiful and healthy, I've been taking them for a few days and although not much has changed although I think my skin is not quite as dry as it usually is.  
A wee shaker cup as well to shake all the new proteins in - can you ever have too many shaker cups? 
NEW SNACKS! I love snacks, there also a honey and vanilla tea bag too. The High Protein Chocolate is amazing! Utterly amazing. There are also two skinny protein cookies too, Cranberry & White choc and Berry & dark choc. I've tried other my protein cookies and they are really good so I'm looking forward to trying these ones. 

Have you tried anything from My Protein before? What are your favourite proteins? 


22nd Birthday Wishlist

Its almost birthday time! Birthday month, but also exam month - I actually have a exam on my birthday, WAAAH! So in order to cheer myself up about that tragic fact I thought I'd make a wee wishlist for my birthday. Some of these are of much higher value than others but all still items I've had my eye on for awhile. 
So the top row is all quite pricey, bottom row is much more affordable. 
The HP Sprocket is something I've wanted for awhile just for the convenience of printing your photos then and there, its fairly pricey at £99.99. But it looks amazing. 
The Fitbit Alta HR is something else I've had my eye on for awhile, they start from £129.99 and prices go up depending on the colour. With me going to the gym loads now I feel the need to get one of these is even higher now. 
I don't wear rings ever, but the Princess Ring from Pandora is too cute and something I've wanted for ages.  
POLE CLOTHING!!! I've already got a pair of the WEPDA shorts but I fancy more of their shorts and their new tops that they have just announced - everything looks lovely. 
CHIP MUG! The Primark one is £5 and is so adorable, the Disney one is £14.95 and although its nice I think the Primark one is slightly nicer. Gym meme tops! These are brilliant, I've been following their page on instagram for awhile and love the designs, maybe soon I'll actually end up owning some of their tops. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 These are a few of my favourite ones, but they have loooooads on their site. 


August Goals

I've been such a terrible blogger, so sorry I've been so MIA just been so busy with work, gym and university that I've legit had no time to get anything up. Many apologies. This month should be better as work is dying down - no more 36 hour weeks for this part time gal - and although my resits are still to happen I shouldn't be as busy (I hope). 

So in June I decided to get organised, pay off my debt, get active and sort my hair out. I managed half of these and its not even the good half. I'm worse off financially than I have been for awhile and I'm still not organised as much as I wanted to be for my upcoming exams (SOS!) Good news is my hair is all one colour and I now go to the gym at least 4 times a week and pole once a week. 

So in August I want to try get rid of at least a quarter of my credit card debt. So basically I need to make sure I've around £300 to put into the card. My only saviour is that student loans are back soon and that will - rather ironically - wipe out all my debt completely. Odd that I'm using a loan to pay another loan.... 

This one is a need rather than a want, and this need is to be so super organised for university and get my smert hat on so that I don't end up crying over failing my exams and getting exiled from university... So lets get these projects done and notes written out, I'll get dez past papers aced and be a glorious second time passer. WOOT

I'd like to get out and go for a walk daily, like at least half an hour each day. Theres some days where I legit go to work/ the gym and thats it. Doggo will love me for taking her on extra walks each day and it could be an excuse to visit new parks. I don't care if its raining, I'm gonna get my coat on and go a wander. 

Final one - I promise - I want to do more with my blog, and my youtube. I miss doing them both so bloody much and this year I'm going to get back into it again properly! I promise! 

What about you guys? What are your goals for the month? 


Glasgow foods | BRGR Giffnock

Heylo, so todays post is a foody one. I'd been the BRGR in the west end recently, and was craving another one of their amazing burgers. As I was staying in the south side I decided to give the Giffnock branch a go. Not gonna lie, the Giffnock branch wasn't as good as the West End version, but it was still so tasty and I'd definitely go back. 
Inside BRGR the decor is really nice, the wall is designed with a cool graphic of foodie related things, along with the wall its got a nice industrial type feel to it. They've got lights made from big metal milk containers. 
We ordered soooo much food, we both got the double bacon cheese burgers with a side of mac and cheese and poutine. It was all soooo good, David and I both love mac and cheese and BRGR's option is amazing! The burgers themselves are so good too, the West end Branch had a juicier burger I felt, but the Giffnock branch still had an amazing offering too. The burgers came with a wee cardboard holder, they're such a smart idea, makes eating a burger so much easier and cleaner. God bless. 
The price for BRGR is amazing, all in this came to about £20! For high quality burgers at a low price, I'd highly recommend BRGR!