March Love List

March has been one rainy day after the other (or so it seems!) I’m hoping we’ve had our allotted amount of April showers early maybe? Lets hope as this constant rain is DEpressing! Ok so enough of weather chit chat, you don’t come here to talk weather forecasts now do you 😉

March has flown by at a crazy rate( i’m aware i say that every month, seriously am i going to be like 90 in the blink of an eye??!) and the weeks have kind of blurred, but a few things have stood out and those are these things:

1. Fashion

Some of the mid season sales are in action and I have bagged myself a couple of goodies, in particular this maxi dress from Warehouse  and some panel leg raw hem jeans from Next, both absolute bargains. I’ve already worn the dress and can not wait to wear it again but with my red boots– another sale favourite, and i’m currently awaiting the arrival of the jeans, but shall keep you posted.

2. Eats

Zizzi’s Gluten free vegan pasta is uh-mazing! So is their strawberry sorbet which is the tastiest sorbet i’ve ever tried.

3. Face

So i ran out of my Elf foundation and for a while reverted back to my Chanel old foundation to tide me over whilst i ordered and awaited delivery of the Elf product. What i realised however was how much i actually prefer the Elf foundation (which is cruelty free and vegan) and what a better foundation it is for me and my skin. When i apply the Elf product it lasts the majority of the day, is build-able and gives a great coverage and most importantly doe not go greasy/oily.
As a contrast the Chanel makes me look oily after about 3 hours and by lunch time i would say there is not a great deal left coverage wise. I also find it clings to dry patches and can be quite ‘clumpy’ in areas when applying.
The ELF Studio finish flawless foundation is a fraction of the price and is by far (for me) a superior product. I’m currently wearing the shade ‘Natural’ but progress on to Sand come summer, both are perfect matches for my skin through out the year and is an absolute delight for the skin.

4. Media

So i haven’t been reading much, which makes me a bit sad, so I’m making a conscious effort once again to pick up a book. I read The Stylist which was a great fun light hearted read and now i’m wizzing through a short stories book by Victoria Hislop.
TV wise i absolutely LOVED and watched in 2 sittings Catastrophe on Amazon Prime. Hilarious, slightly wrong humour which is just my thing. Even the husband loved it. Written and starring  by Rob Delaney and Sharon Hogan it tells the story of an unlikely couple who suddenly find themselves together. Comedy gold.

5. Life

Bit of a different day in my life last week. My sister and I filmed for BBC wales a segment for the TV programme X-ray. Its being aired tonight at 7.30pm so if you can get BBC One Wales in your area and fancy seeing me on your TV then please go have a watch. The subject is about clothing sizes on the British High Street, which i will be following up with a post too, but i think its something we as ladies can all relate to.
So yes, that day Rhiannon and I saw how a TV segment is broken down and filmed and often then repeated and filmed again from different angles. I was so impressed by the sheer amount of work and tenacity from the staff filming, it made me realise how hard they work to piece an episode together.
Great fun and a very different type of day for me.

So my lovelies, what have you been up to in the month of March? What have you read, bought loved?
Any recommendations? Let me know in the comments, I love to hear what you’ve been up to!


  1. March 20, 2017 / 2:17 pm

    Love that stripey dress :). In march I have mainly been baking a lot and trying to train up our new puppy!

    Rachael xx.

    • March 21, 2017 / 3:45 pm

      ooo baking sounds good, please may i come over and be your taster, haha!
      And training puppies.. oh what fun, the little tinkers. I was chatting to someone recently about this and i forgot how hard it can be at the beginning. Are you crate training?

  2. March 20, 2017 / 2:30 pm

    How exciting that you're on TV! And Catastrophe is brilliant, isn't it? I'm all about the pink this month with a pink birthday dress from asos, a pink midi-skirt with a frill down the front from Topshop and some beautiful cerise barely-there's with bows on the back from Miss Selfridge at TV-wise, I've enjoyed The Replacement and am looking forward to the return of Masterchef – although my culinary skills leave more than enough to be desired, I adore this show. I'm currently reading Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff which is compelling and beautifully written as well as The Patchwork Marriage by Jane Green which I've only just started.

    • March 21, 2017 / 3:47 pm

      oooo love a bit of pink! You really cant go wrong with it, such a cheery colour. In honour of you Rosie i'm going to don my pink sweater tomorrow!
      I think i may give The replacement a go as i'm after something new to get in thanks for the recommendations, I'm just off to go look those books up on amazon too. XXX

  3. March 20, 2017 / 6:44 pm

    Well on Prime we're hooked on Outlander . I'm reading Blasphemy. I've had a root canal, on top of braces, I've bought. .well you'll have to read my blog, I've eaten rubbish food due to work pressures. I enjoyed the first few episodes of catastrophe then for some reason we gave up. No reason just time.

    • March 21, 2017 / 3:48 pm

      Outlander.. i've looked at this a few times, is it worth me starting??
      Root canal sounds awful, are you ok?? I too have eaten rubbish junk food waaay too much this month.. i blame anxiety and the terrible weather. Shall we try and start afresh for Spring? xx

    • March 21, 2017 / 3:52 pm

      Its soooo good isn't it hun! I honestly don't know why more people aren't using it! I recommend it to anyone who will listen haha!XX

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