Apologies for not posting recently, I’ve just been enjoying spending time with my family and friends over Christmas, eating far more than I would ever care to admit! 😛
I hope that you’ve had a lovely Christmas too and are looking forward to New Years Eve – which for me is tonight!
Looking back over 2015, I am grateful for the year that I have had and proud of what I have been able to achieve. But with that said, I am excited for the start of a new year and hope to create new memories and embark on some great adventures.
So without further a do, I hope that you have a great New Years Eve and wish you a very Happy New Year!
Here’s to 2015 guys!
Every Christmas Eve, I spend the majority of my day watching Christmas films with my brothers. Although we live with each other, it’s the one of the few times a year where we all actually get to spend time together. Whether you are religious or not, at its simplest form this is one of the true meanings of Christmas. Taking the time to really enjoy the company of family and friends without deadline.
On the agenda tomorrow is: Home Alone, Elf, Miracle on 34th Street and The Chronicles of Narnia. Good choices, right?
Merry Christmas guys!
Christmas as cliched as it sounds is my favourite time of the year! I love the whole mood of the season, everyone’s smile is a little wider and the atmosphere is truly electric. This year I’ve not really asked for much for Christmas, but something that is high on my wish list is a new messenger bag. Earlier in the year, my mum gave me a beautiful blue satchel bag from Accessorize that I absolutely loved, but in the end my overloading of the bag proved too much and it snapped! A great replacement would be this maroon Zara bag, I love its quilted design and satchel-like features.
Hopefully Santa will get the hint!😉
Christmas is officially here and I have to say as cliché as it sounds, this time of the year truly is my favourite! Christmas as it does every year has infiltrated winter fashion, with festive prints and images being the major focus of this seasons knitwear! In order to not look like a grumpy Mark Darcy on Christmas morning, take a look at some of my top Christmas jumper picks…
Boohoo- £18 Topshop-£50