I’ve had so many favourites this year that I was really struggling to narrow it down, so I decided to channel my inner Queen Oprah and pick the products that I would confidently give away as gifts, any time of year, and that I would be more than happy to receive.
I’m so happy that it’s almost autumn, I’m loving the cooler days and nights, I honestly thought the crazy heatwaves and all the humidity would never go away.
I don’t have a lot of favourites this month, I’ve kept my makeup and skincare pretty minimal in the heat, although I can already feel the cold starting to dry my skin out so no doubt I’ve have lots of skincare faves over the next couple of months.
Yellow is so on trend right now, we’ve heard it called “gen-z yellow” or “millennial mustard” both of which sorta ruin it a bit for us, so we’re just gonna call anything that is basically a shade of yellow, yellow. Cool?
I love that it’s trendy in the colder months, cause it’ll really brighten up the dull, grey days and the cold, dark nights.
We’ve done a round up of some of our favourite yellow fashion pieces and home accessories and some extra goodies that we NEED!
How is it May already?! The year is just flying in. I’m liking the weather at the moment, it’s not too hot which I like and thank Thor there’s no more snow.
Here’s my favourites from April, I found some epic new products, so happy!
This list didn’t actually start out as a list, it was more of a look at why everyone fusses over Instagram. We get it, we really do. I think I just wanted to look at it in more detail and do my own sort of research. Some of this might be useful to you and other parts maybe not. Our ideal posting time for example, is not really going to prove helpful but it’s there.
This is more my 16 weird and wonderful finds about Instagram.
1. Our audience is most active after 8 o’clock UK time so we should post around that time. We get the US traffic through the early hours too so it’s always a nice boost the following morning.
2. It makes no difference if the hashtags go in the photo description or in the first comment. It does make a difference if you don’t add any hashtags! Also you need to add the hashtag after the first few minutes for Instagram to put you into those hashtag descriptions. Read More