Hello! Hope you are well, thanks so much for reading my blog.
How are your Christmas preparations going? As you know from my blog last week I am well organised this year; cards went out in early December and pressies all wrapped up in Giftmate and ready to be delivered! Just have one of my mum’s present still to arrive from QVC and a trip to Borough market to pick up some foodie presents then I am done, hurrah!
We had a lovely walk round Hackney Downs yesterday and you can see me sporting my Harvey & Jones jacket which is light but so cosy, it’s actually warmer than another branded ski-style jacket I have that cost twice as much!
Whilst I was with her we also decorated her tree, a little tradition of ours, doesn’t it look beautiful?
Talking of beautiful remember how I said I ordered another set of the Alison Cork candle holders in white? Well, here they are lit up on my window ledge and they look wonderful. The design is so clever as the candlelight makes the tree look golden.
Pure Potions is a ‘free-from’ range created by a mother who wanted to find a completely natural skin product for her daughter who had severe dry skin. I love the textures, feel and natural quality of this range and it leaves skin on the face and body in such healthy condition.
And as you can see I am now on my second jar of Gale Hayman Super Rick Moisture Cream. I absolutely adore the texture of this cream and even though it’s so rich it doesn’t add any greasiness to my skin, just leaves my complexion looking really nourished and fresh, I love it!
I use the Youth Lift round my eyes and forehead and because it’s such a good price you can even use it as a mask on those areas, great little tip from guest Jon Gustafson. Check out the fabulous duo!