Wednesday, 9 December 2015

The Wonderful World of Vlogging.

Hi guys! 

I hope everyone is well and getting ready for Christmas now! On the subject of Christmas I have a super exciting blog post coming up soon! I have decided to write a blog post in relation to my favourite time of the year - Christmas, of course! 

I haven't written a post in a while because Harley and I have just bought our very own first house! So, so exciting, but also so stressful! Now that we are settled in and have our first set of Christmas decorations up, I decided it would be a really good idea to write a Christmas House Haul post! We have purchased SO many decorations for our new house, never mind 'walking' in a winter wonderland, we are LIVING in a winter wonderland! Yesssss we are! So I am hoping to upload that post later this week, but I have just re-vamped the whole of my blog. Now I am getting more into the swing of writing on my blog I thought I would change things up a bit and give my blog a bit more of a style. Ironically, it looks a lot like my living room...

Anyway, that post can be expected soon but I recently caught up with my good friend Meg. I have been friends with Meg for years but haven't seen her in about 4 years. A lot of you guys will probably know her as Meg Says! I have spoken about her previously in a blog post and how proud I was that she had started YouTube and would you believe it she has now reached over 30,000 subscribers on YouTube- woah.

So whilst Meg was round we were chatting about how its Vlogmas at the moment, and how much we were struggling to keep up with everyone's vlogs. Everyone that I have spoken to this year seems to be saying the same thing - SO many people are vlogging this year, but why? What is it about vlogging that we all seem to love. Some people get it, and some just don't.

"So what is this vlog thing then?" my Mum asks all-the-time. When I respond with "well, its when people film themselves all day and show you what they are doing" she kind of just looks at me with the look on her face that has "why would you want to watch someone unpacking their shopping" all over it. BUT I DO! In fact, I LOVE watching people unpacking their shopping. For some reason there is something so soothing about watching someone live their everyday lives. It is because it gives us an insight into someone else's daily lives, or is it because we as a generation are nosey? Who knows? Maybe both! But whatever the reason, there is something so enjoyable about them.

For me personally I find vlogs so relaxing. I love running a hot bath, or maybe putting on my pj's and getting cosy in bed and catching up on vlogs. My favourite full time vloggers are definitely the Saccone-Jolys! If you guys have never heard of them then seriously,get on this! I won't ramble too much as I have a post coming up about them soon, but they vlog every single day of their lives and the weird yet kinda' wonderful thing about vlogs are that you begin to feel like you know these people! 

I mentioned in my previous post that I suffer with anxiety, and for me, catching up on vlogs is like my own personal home remedy. I also love how personal vlogs become. In a main channel sit down video they are all pretty planned out, whereas with a vlog there is no video-path, you never really know what they're going to come out with and its a 20 minutes snippet of someones day which is completley unplanned (well, verbally unplanned anyway!) I remember watching one of Zoe's videos and she just completely had an emotional breakdown, and as awful as it was, it was an insight into her a person and gave us all that moment of "I'm not the only who has breakdowns am I?". 

Celebrities these days have become so untouchable that you are lucky to see a photo without it being photo-shopped, and seeing your favourite youtuber vlogging with a bare no make-up face is really quite re-assuring and comforting. 

What do you guys think about vlogs? Do you have any personal favourite vloggers that you watch religiously? Let me know because I am ALWAYS on the look out for new vloggers.

Thanks for reading and sorry for the delay in posts! Look forward to getting back to uploading and hopefully to upload more than 1 post a week (yep... hopefully!)

I hope you all have a wonderful week, thanks again for reading.

Love Chelsea x


Monday, 28 September 2015

A is for Anxiety...


Bloody anxiety. Anyone who suffers with anxiety will totally relate to this post. I am seriously suffering with anxiety-flu in the respect that the anxiety has been and gone and now I am suffering with the aftermath. (In others words I’m feeling slightly like a troll, dragged through a bush and then thrown off a cliff – slight Disney twist on that, but, it’s true).
If you have never suffered from anxiety then this post might be a little boring, but I have been completely surprised recently as I have discovered that unfortunately, so many people do suffer with it daily. If you have never experienced the feeling of being completely uncomfortable in a certain situation then it really is hard to explain what it feels like. I’ve had times where my anxiety has been sky high and people say “I don’t understand, you were fine a minute ago!” honestly, neither do I.
I am extremely lucky in the fact that most of the time when I suffer from anxiety it is reasonably controllable. I am able to identify the situation making me feel this way, and in my mind it sets me at peace, but I also have my times where I become worse and worse, and sometimes it evolves into an anxiety attack.
My side-effects of anxiety are things such as having a tight chest, shortness of breath, dizziness, feeling nauseous, severe abdominal pains, mouth ulcers and my heart fluttering (don’t be panicked that I get a fluttery heart, I have a harmless heart murmur so anxiety can just trigger that on sometimes J).
I recently have been diagnosed with suffering with anxiety, but a mild form of it. I decided to look through the world of blogging to read up a little more about what anxiety was and the side effects that came along with it.
Anxiety – “A feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome: he felt a surge of anxiety”
As I began to read more, it became apparent to me that I had been suffering with anxiety for a lot longer than I had known, but it had been a lot more controlled. For example, before I could drive I used to bus to college. I would always sit near the window because I felt more in control of what I could see happening outside of the bus (ironic because I had no control what-so-ever, but, yano’!) and when someone would come and sit next to me on the bus I would freak-the hell-out. I would work myself up about the fact that I would have to get up and get past this person to get off at my stop (thinking about it now is making me short of breath – ugh!) There has been sooooo many times were I have stayed on the bus, missed my stop, just because I couldn’t get up and say “excuse me” to the person next me. What the hell! (Oh, I did have a bus pass by the way; I wasn’t scamming free lifts to extra stops out of the bus drivers – ha!) When I sit here and think about it, it’s crazy, but it was something that would panic me every single day.
Where I currently live now, it is about 5-6 minutes away from where I work by car. Although I like to get into work relatively early to get prepped for the day, I have this bizarre thing where I have to leave about half an hour early because I fret about the fact I might not get parked. Funny thing is, I have never been able to not get parked, ever.
On a daily basis when I suffer with mild anxiety I get a tight chest, short of breath and feeling dizzy. I have been able to teach myself to sit here and almost say to myself “what is bothering you? It is only anxiety that is making you feel like this, so what is making you anxious?” (Funny, but true!) Once I have worked out what is making me anxious I will try and figure out how I can make it stop e.g. speaking to my Mum for some help, asking a work colleague for some advice on a piece of work, there is always a solution! The best thing and the hardest thing with anxiety is to talk. Talk to someone. It is so beneficial and makes you feel a million times better, but I know that it is so, so hard just to open up and speak.
Last week I suffered with my anxiety probably the worst I ever have done and it was awful. I didn’t want to talk to anyone about it last week, but I feel that now I am past that anxiety barrier it would be good to talk and good to share experiences with other people. I came into work as normal and felt fine the whole day. No tight chest, my breathing pattern was normal and I felt calm. All of a sudden in the afternoon my chest became tight, I tried to analyse the situation to figure out why and I couldn’t. This made me panic. I then became short of breath. I then panicked more! I then felt extremely dizzy and nauseous and needed fresh air. Quickly!
I got some fresh air, felt better and decided to head back in-doors. I hadn’t even been sat down 5 minutes and I knew it wasn’t getting any better. I rushed back outside for more air and all of sudden I was in floods of tears. Somewhere between leaving the office and being outside in the air I had managed to convince myself in my head that I was genuinely going to stop breathing. I couldn’t catch my breath, I couldn’t calm down and it just progressively got worse and worse. Turns out I was suffering with my first anxiety attack. Being really honest, those 15 minutes are bit of blur. My friend came down to check on me and stayed with me when she realised what was happening. But the whole thing seems completely jumbled! That night I felt really teary and shaken up. I decided to have an early night, lots of sleep and hoped I would up feeling much better the next day.


I woke up feeling about a million times worse. When I initially woke up I felt teary but still continued to get ready for work. Once I was ready, I put my coat on to leave for work, and suddenly had this urging thought of “I cannot leave this house”. *Cue the floods of tears again!* For some incredibly bizarre reason I just could not leave the house. Harley was driving to work and I got into the car, and I’m pretty sure I cried the whole twenty minutes there! Why? God knows! Once I was inside work, I felt fine. It then occurred to me that in familiar surroundings I felt safe, but I couldn’t put my finger on it. I then made a connection through the day that each time I have a bad dream/nightmare I seem to suffer with anxiety the next day. Not in all cases but most.
Now, I have decided to start a dream journal. I have been documenting my dreams and noticing patterns. I have re-occurring dreams which I have no explanation for, so I have been logging these to see if I am able to identify why certain dreams re-occur.
So, the most important question, is there anyone else?!
Does anyone else suffer with similar types of anxiety? Has anyone got any tips/solutions or suggestions to help? I have read many things online such a breathing methods, drinking water, sleeping with lavender but unfortunately neither of those work wonders for me. A few people have suggested a technique where you find 5 things you can see, 4 things you can feel, 3 things you can hear and 2 things you can smell to ground yourself.
I would love to hear from any of you that have experienced things like this before and I apologise that this was quite a doom and gloom post, but I think it is super reassuring to make people aware that anxiety is really quite common and that not everyone feels they can open up about it.

Thank you for reading and I look forward to hearing from you all! I hope everyone has a really lovely week, anxiety free!

Lots of love,

Chelsea x


Thursday, 3 September 2015

Why I Adore Meg Says & Zoella

Hello guys!

This evening I thought I would write a post about why I got into blogging. Not why, but who. There are two people that really made me want to blog after so many years of almost being too anxious to do it. Although my blog has very few posts, it has been such an achievement for me to finally start it.

I have read blogs for SO many years, and when I was at school, people just didn't get blogs. I remember in English class we had an hour once a week of reading a book, and I asked if I could log onto the computer and read some blogs instead, and I was told no and THEN made to stay behind after class! Never forgotten, damn you English teacher! 

So, Zoella aka Zoe Sugg was the first ever blogger I began reading. I have also watched her YouTube channel from day one and I feel like I have kinda' been on this journey the whole way! I pretty much watch a Zoella vlog every day. (Not even exaggerating!) Even if it is one I've seen before, I'll always pop it on in the morning while I get ready for work! It's kind of like a comfort thing and it makes me feel very homely! When you've been watching someones vlogs for around 6 years, you start to feel like you actually know them! 

Zoe is undoubtedly the biggest vlogger on YouTube and there is no doubt as to why. She has recently celebrated her 9 million subscribers which is in-sane! The thing about Zoe which is so like-able is her normal-natured persona. Not in any way "fame-hungry"and so humble, she is always talking about how grateful she is for everything that has happened to her. But lets be real, without her hard work, none of this would have happened.

From make-up tutorials, to hauls, to general day to day vlogs, her videos allow us to see 20-30 minutes out of her day. One key thing about Zoe that is respected so much is the fact she is so open and honest about the fact we do only see those 20 minutes out of 24 hours each day, and I think this is something that is so re-assuring to young girls that look up to her. I am an avid buyer of her beauty collections and I recently purchased her book Girl Online which I have NOT been able to put down - god that English teacher would be proud of me right now!

I can't wait to see how the future for Zoe continues to pan out, and I literally wish her all of the luck in the world!

If you haven't heard of Zoella then I'm not quite sure where you have been, and if you have any fancy a good ol' catch up, then please do visit all of her links below! 

The second person I really have to thank is my friend Meg who runs her channel, Meg Says. I went to college with Meg a few years ago and after we all left college she went onto university and you all go on your own journeys and tend to keep in contact through Facebook! I had no idea that Meg had started blogging and even bigger, she had started her very own YouTube channel. Some of you may not know, but Meg suffers from a chronic illness called M.E and is completely open about it. When I first spoke to Meg and found this out, I honestly had no idea what M.E stood for or what it meant. Meg is one of the most sweetest and selfless people I know, and always puts others before herself. She always has and I have no doubt she always will. I was really intrigued to read up on Meg’s illness on her blog and I was completely overwhelmed at the comments she was receiving at how inspirational she was to other sufferers of M.E, and even those that weren’t sufferers!

Despite living with a chronic illness she doesn’t let anything stop her. Her videos are my weekly sit down thing, I feel like I have a catch up with her when I watch them and although I rarely see her, I feel like I do! In true Meg style I put on the kettle, grab my best Cath Kidston mug and get snug with blanket! I chuckle away through them and before I know it my mum has perched on the side of the sofa and is giggling away too! Again, just like Zoe, Meg is so humble and appreciative of every ounce of praise that comes her way.

She truly deserves all of the recognition she is getting and I am more than sure her success will continue to shine through every blog post and video she creates!

I will link all of Meg's links below (obviously you would link a link!) so you can go and check out all of her pages:

Meg Says Youtube Channel
Meg Says Blog

Meg Says Twitter

So, it is thanks to those 2 ladies that I finally plucked up the courage to do something I enjoy SO much! Thank you for taking the time out of your day to read this post, I hope you have enjoyed it and please do leave a comment to let me know your thoughts and maybe even some other bloggers/vloggers that you think I would like! I'm always open to a new blog!

Thanks again and I hope everyone has a lovely weekend!

Love of love,

Chelsea x

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

The big A reveal... Apparently...

*spoiler alert*

So, those of you that know me will know how much I love Pretty Little Liars (let's abbreviate it, let's go for PLL). Last week was the "Big A reveal" (take 2) and the episode was called "Game over Charles". The episode was on in the U.S. on Tuesday evening and so I set my alarm early Wednesday morning to make sure I was up and ready for work by 8 so that I could sit and watch the episode on Netflix (Sad? Just a bit).

I have to admit the episode did keep me glued the whole way through. I was fixated for the forty-something minutes, but I was just so disappointed with the outcome that CeCe Drake was Charles/A. I kinda' felt like it was really obvious, but then as a few people have said, not that obvious because I didn't guess it! That moment when A started to turn round my heart was literally racing so fast, and when I saw that it was CeCe it was a bit like......... Oh.

I felt the story behind why CeCe was Charles was really interesting and I got that, but it just didn't wow me and I wasn't amazed. I have so many unanswered questions from the summer of answers like...

1. Firstly, why were 2 children in Radley allowed out on the rooftop at night time? I kinda get that they may have snuck out, but it just didn't seem legit.

2. How did Wilden manage to keep quiet about CeCe 'killing' Ali when he was the same age as her? (I think) surely he wouldn't have been that old to play the character? 

3. Who killed Mrs D? I need to know this.

4. If they decided to go down the transgender route, which I'm really glad they did, why did they not go into detail about the change? Did Charles have surgery? How did the transition happen? 

5. Who is Rhys? And why does he look SO much like Jason? (That casting for that was great by the way, bonus points for the casting team).


7. And speaking of Sara Harvey, why was she in the bunker like the girls? She looked pretty rough too. Did CeCe make her appear this way to fool the girls?

8. Also, I'm confused, Mona was well enough to go and torture the girls and do all those crazy things to the girls, yet she couldn't recognise that Ali was in fact CeCe? 

9. Why was Melissa Hastings so shady? And where the hell have her and Wren disappeared to?
I read something online (which probably means it isn't true) that someone who worked on the set of PLL leaked the true A story and that CeCe Drake was almost a back up plan?

In the 5 years on episode we see Alison working in a school and writing her name on a board, but it seems she has a different last name. Personally I think she has changed her identity. The rest of the girls come in and warn Ali that he's coming to get her? Who is he? Why is it too late Spencer? Is 'he' like the new A? Is he the new B? How are they going to run another A villain in only a season and a half and for us to find out who HE is? Why has it took Spencer so long to get a full fringe because she looks so much better? Why does Ali look so beautiful and also a bit like Barbie and why does Emily still look exactly the same as season 1?

There is so much more I need to know and so much more answered. I don't think I can wait for February. *cries*

Also, the mums. Where the hell are the mums? Are this still down in the basement in Ali's house? Why have they not been found yet? Are they ok? Do they have enough wine down there?

What were your A theories? Were any of you right? I was definitely wrong with my Melissa Hastings theory! Let me know what you thought of the mid-season finale and any guesses for February!

Lots of love,

Chelsea x


Friday, 31 July 2015

So... I finished Gossip Girl!!

OK, lets throw it out there quickly *MAJOR SPOILER ALERT*

Woah, woah, woah, woah, WOAH.

Hold on, last Saturday I FINALLY finished Gossip Girl and I still don't think I'm quite back to my normal mentality just yet.

Since watching the finale on Saturday, I have not stopped thinking about it and I just had to re-watch it again last night. The only way I can describe how I'm feeling is a little like a clingy ex-girlfriend that just can't quite let go yet...yano? Chuck Bass you absolute beaut of a human being, you need to marry me right now.

So firstly let's talk about who Gossip Girl really is.

When I found out that Dan was Gossip Girl I wasn't overly surprised, I wasn't disappointed with the outcome, nor shocked. As soon as it was revealed I had a moment of "oh god, that makes so much sense now, why didn't I guess this before?" I clearly had no clue, but I liked to think for a minute or two that I did! Towards the end of season 6 I was beginning to really dislike Dan, and I think the truth of him being Gossip Girl made me actually like him more than ever!

I really enjoyed the last episode in that they bought back the likes of Little J (Jenny Humphreys), Serena's younger brother - Eric Van Der Woodsen, and even Vanessa came back for the last episode! I really was so glad to see these come back for the big ending event that was Serena and Dan's wedding, which don't get me wrong was great, it was lovely, it was sweet, and it was completely expected. Yawwwwwwn!

So now we have that out of the way, lets talk about the real point of this post. The real reason I watched all 6 seasons of Gossip Girl. The story at the heart of the show that kept me gripped and made me stay up late for too many nights in row... Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf.

Did I cry?

I didn't bloody stop.

I actually felt over the time that this was a couple I knew and that I had such a desire for them to be together. I believed every single part of their love story, from when they hated each other, to when they loved each other, to the moment Chuck said "will you go to war with me?" and Blair replied "I thought you'd never ask." (it still sends shivers down my spine!)

In my previous Top 10 Favourites post, I mentioned Gossip Girl, and I also mentioned that if they didn't end up together or married I would be pretty much distraught. Slightly over the top, slightly true too. Something I really loved about the final episode was the moment they escaped from the scene of Bart Bass' death, and a song was playing called Bonnie & Clyde which is by a band called Great Northern. I genuinely found this spine tingling (no exaggeration) and my love for them at this point was just beaming and the song just made SO much sense, so much.

I managed to pull myself together for approximately 7 or 8 minutes, until the next scene where Chuck Bass, the beautiful specimen that he is, gets down on one knee, takes the ring attached to the necklace around Blair's neck, and finally asks her to marry him.

Cue a flood of tears right about, now.

If you have seen this episode then you will know that they were under great time pressure to get married before the police found out of Chucks whereabouts. At this point I was an emotional wreck. "YES - Chuck and Blair are finally getting married", "No, she can't get married in last nights clothes", "They can't get married with only Uncle Jack there? Where is Serena as chief bridesmaid?", "Blair cannot get married in that purple eye shadow and no headband" - all sorts of crazy things were revolving around my head.

The mad rush of each character prepping for their wedding was so lovely, and I loved the scene of the men running down the stairs to the wedding. The wedding ceremony itself was short and sweet but so lovely. I was so happy to finally see them together. The wedding was then hurried along by the arrival of the 'cops' with their vows transferring to "three words, 8 letters" and "one word, three letters" (which I thought was super cute, don't ask why, I have no explanation for that one!) and after years they finally became Mr and Mrs Bass.


Still crying at this point, I think my glasses actually became steamy from the tears...
(p.s. Does anyone else ever get that when they wear glasses? SO annoying.)

The episode came to such a happy ending, at which this point I was probably still crying. I definitely have to say that Gossip Girl is one of the best tv shows that I have ever watched and I am SO devastated that it's all over. I also could not believe that Ed Westwick who plays Chuck Bass is British! I certainly had a jaw-drop "no, freaking, way" moment. Hearing him with a British accent made me fancy him another ten times more than I already did, if possible? If you have seen the series and enjoyed it as much as I did, please let me know what you thought and if you felt the same way as I did (although I'm sure no-one is such a emotional wreck as I was in that finale!)

Thanks for reading again, it has been so heartwarming to see so many people viewing my posts now which I NEVER expected in a million years! I hope everyone has a lovely weekend!

Lots of love,

Chelsea x

(ps.p.s - did anyone else just LOVE it when Chuck used to say... "I'm Chuck Bass.")

UGH. *insert every heart/love related emoji here*


Sunday, 12 July 2015

Pretty little liars is testing my pretty little patience!

Hi guys!

So, who watches pretty little liars? 

Does anyone want to scream about it as much as I do? When on earth are we going to finally find out who A is?

*spoiler alert*

I can't even deal with it! I began watching PLL (yep, we are abbreviating it now) about 6 months ago, I watched all 5 seasons in about 2 months. (Not gonna' lie, I kinda turned into a social recluse and ended up singing the theme tune allllllll daaaaay lonnnnng). 

When I heard that the big A reveal was finally happening I was like, yes. This is the moment I have been waiting for. This is the moment I can finally sleep at night knowing who A is. 

Did that happen? 


Into series 6, and we have now learnt that Charles is A. Who is Charles you ask? Good bloody question. I am one of these people that reads fan theories online and I end up screen shotting every single theory and sending it to my boyfriends sister. 

So, my personal theory? I thought all this time that Melissa Hastings was A. I was absolutely convinced until I saw a few things this week on Twitter and online that have blown. my. mind.

I saw a fan theory that explained that Toby, Charles and Bethany Young could be triplets (which would also explain the 'leaked' storyline that Toby's mum would play a huge part in the A reveal). The theory is that Charles and Bethany were adopted by Mrs. DiLaurentis and that Mrs D and Mrs Cavanaugh (Toby's mum) were sisters, and when you see this photo I found, it all becomes real...
ABC Family / Via

The theory would also explain as to why Spencer was never harmed in A's cave. No-one would ever harm their sister, right? Mrs. Cavanaugh was in Radley and the writers have never really delved into her death/potential suicide. What if it was Charles who killed her? What if he was so angry at the fact she gave her son up for adoption? The fan then mentioned a really valid point which made me "OMG" out loud. In a past episode, Hanna was checking through some dental records that had been switched, and they were trying to figure out who switched the records as that would then lead them to discover the identity of A. Written in the book of people who had recently signed into the dentists office was "C. Cavanaugh". Boom.

If this theory is in fact true, this could also explain that other little dress that Mrs. D got and told Alison to keep quiet about. It was for Bethany Young.

Completely, utterly mind blown. What do you guys think? Who do you think is A? Do you have any theories to make me change my mind AGAIN? Please do comment below or tweet me with your theory! I am so excited to finally be able to say "I know who A is!" and please also let me know if you are going to be re-watching the whole entire series afterwards to make the links!

-Oh, and can we also just take a quick moment to appreciate the old Caleb vs the new caleb. Hell-o.

Please do let me know what you think and whether you think I'm totally, utterly on the wrong page!

Thank you for reading again, and I hope everyone has a lovely week!

Lots of love,

Chelsea x

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Friday, 10 July 2015

Summer sun. Kind of...

Hello again!

Today has been a long day! The worst thing about summer is not being able to enjoy it because you've been hard at work all day *insert sad face here* but, I did decide to grab a big ol' glass of wine and sit in the small fraction of the garden that still had a little bit of sun!

When the weather is like this it really makes me want to go on holiday! Where is everyone jetting off to this year? My boyfriend and I have been saving like mentalists for a house and so we have no holiday booked this year. We are in a debate as to whether to go to Italy and fly into one place and fly out from another. Our plan is to fly to Milan, and travel to Venice, Florence and Rome through the journey. 

Has anyone been to Italy and can recommend some really nice places to go? The plan is to do the typical touristy things like going punting in Venice and to the cathedral in Milan, but has anyone discovered some pretty little hideaways? I also speak no Italian which is kinda a problem because the only word I know is "ciao!"

(Note to self - you cannot walk around saying "Ciao Bella!"all day).

Also has anyone been to the love lock bridge in Florence before? If so did you put a lock on there? I know this is kinda classed as illegal now, I think, due to the weight of the locks being too heavy for the bridge to hold, but do let me know! 

Thank you for reading & I hope you have a lovely weekend!

Lots of love,

Chelsea x

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Thursday, 9 July 2015

I'm the newbie!


I finally did it. After years of reading beauty blogs, fashion blogs, and ‘ooh I really want to eat that’ blogs, I decided it was time to start one of my very own. I am by no means a fashion expert, a gym trainer, an up-and-coming make-up artist or the next Mary Berry, but I do enjoy the good things in life whether that be’ a good foundation or a good piece of cake!

I originally decided to start blogging about things I buy and to maybe give my review on them (as shopping is something I do pretty well!), but I decided that I wanted to go further afield than that and listen to what other bloggers/blog readers have to say too! I’m 22 years old, living in the East Anglia region and a normal working 9-5 kinda’ gal!

Well introduction over, and time to start properly blogging. Thank you for reading.

Lots of love,

Chelsea x

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