Two weeks up until our flight I was having daily issues with my IBS. I was stressed, tired and constantly chasing my tail to make sure I’d ticked everything off my to-do lists. Yes, I had plural lists. It was a shite time.
July rocked and rocked and rocked. Multiple times. Here are my highlights.
Portugal. We came, we saw, we drank sangria, we conquered. All for my auntie’s 60th birthday celebrations. Here are some of my favourite snaps…
I’m after a kimono that can multitask. It has to be thin enough to be thrown on over anything, is long enough to cover my lardy arse, is bold and bright and be a reasonable price.
I’m off on holiday in a couple of months and figured it was about time I share my tips for travelling abroad with IBS. From tips to get you through your flight, to remembering to learn the phrase “where’s the bathroom” in another language, I’ve got your back.
And yes, I say “relax” far more times than necessary but with IBS that’s what we’re on a constant mission to do!
Let me know what you’d like my next video to be on.
After spending the whole weekend wishing we had a holiday booked this year, I just so happened to stumble across this palm-tree printed Fashion Union dress on ASOS.
I mean, what are the chances of that? It’s almost like they’re taunting me. Just waving their exotic palm trees in my poor, pale face.
Anyway, this is the perfect dress to buy if, like me, you are not holidaying abroad this year. The pale blue colour looks as gorgeous as sunny skies, it has this cute little extra layer to highlight the waist and just imagine the palm trees softly swaying in the gentle breeze.
Come to me. I need you almost as much as I need a holiday.