Another year, another visit to my favourite place in the whole entire world. Yep, once again, I grabbed my passport, my Minnie Ears, dusted off the ol’ vlogging camera and ran off to Disneyland Paris. And oh boy, it was just a dream. Twenty-eight-degree weather, Halloween decorations making their appearance, sun, beautiful food, the best company, thrilling rides, themed hotels and shopping galore.
I’ll be perfectly honest… I thoroughly dislike getting my hair done. And yes, I know, I know this is coming from someone with highlighted and toned hair! Because of my colour choice and the maintenance of it, of course, I have to visit my salon often and admittedly, now that I have finally found a local salon and hairdresser that I love, who I get on with well and knows just how I like my hair, my salon experience is no longer a case of avoiding booking and sitting there with a ball of knots in my stomach.
This weekend was the official start of Autumn, the slight chill in the air and my impatience definitely suggested my favourite season was well and truly on its way and finally, after the longest summer ever, it’s here. And I couldn’t be happier. I am welcoming chilly days, frosty mornings and thunderstorms with fully open arms.
It’s been widely talked about on social media the pressure to be constantly churning out new content and Instagram pictures and tweets and probably a few Pinterest pins here and there too. But when it comes to being a fashion blogger, it then becomes a case of churning out new content that features new things. A new outfit, some new accessories, a reason for your Instagram post.
There’s no better feeling than coming home from work, checking your email inbox and seeing an event invite asking if you would like to spend an evening with John Lewis, getting to meet and know some of the beauty and fashion brands in the store.
Ok, let’s be honest, just one look at my Twitter and you’ll know that 9 pm every night, I’m sitting in my bed surrounded by an unhealthy amount of snacks, ITV2 streaming on my laptop and my phone in my hand, Twitter open, ready for my commentary and thoughts on the show the nation is unapologetically obsessed with.