A few of my favourite things: August 2018

The first thing to mention: WE HAVE A NEW BLOG DESIGN! Isn’t it beautiful? Do you like it?

It’s not just a new design either – I’ve gone self-hosted. I’d been toying with the idea for a while and over the weekend I finally caved in. It wasn’t as tricky as I thought, and so far I’m very happy with my decision. I’m feeling so inspired to up my blogging game now – watch this space!


  • Gala Darling’s weekly High Vibe Honey videos. If you’re feeling a little run-down, in desperate need of a cosmic pick me up, take a look at the High Vibe Honey series. Each week, Gala gives a forecast (always positive and filled to the brim with helpful advice) and leads a tapping session (where you tap body parts and give yourself some affirmations). This isn’t my usual thing – I’m not the tarot card, hororscope kinda gal – but the videos I’ve watched have been brutally apt. It’s not because of some universal magic, I don’t think. It’s more that Gala has some really worthwhile advice (my favourite? ‘If you’re feeling shit, don’t go on social media’). And her tapping sessions have definitely given me some things to think about.
  • What A Time To Be Alone by Chidera Eggerue. Speaking of fantastic advice, The Slumflower’s debut book is absolutely stuffed with priceless advice to help you navigate 2018, peppered with ageless Igbo idioms which Chidera learned from her Nigerian-born mum.
  • Season 4 of Cuckoo. Sometimes you just need to laugh so hard you cry a little bit. Enter Cuckoo, genius as ever in it’s fourth season. And, good news, it’s getting a season 5!
  • Oh Comely magazine. I don’t bother with most women’s magazines – they’re just heavily photoshopped models and advertisements, right? Enter Oh Comely, full of real people and their stories, gorgeous illustrations and women with great ideas.

Oh Comely magazine


Zara’s gingham belted trousers:

Do I look like a chef? A clown? Or like Audrey Hepburn circa Roman Holiday? Probably not the latter, but a girl can dream right?

Lemon dress:

This citrus-y dress was the perfect way thing to wear on a summer’s day. How typical that the sun disappeared just a week after it arrived.


  • I went to my first ever Pride festival and had a wonderful time. It was brilliant to see everyone smiling, being themselves, and having a happy afternoon. As my friend said: ‘It’s a shame every day isn’t like this’.

July bullet journal cover page

I’ll be uploading the two videos here soon – and talking a little bit about cruelty-free beauty products. Very excited! 

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