Flicking through the September issue of Cosmopolitan I find myself engrossed in an article from beauty journalist Lucy Partington.
In it she explains that before she became a beauty journalist, she lived with the assumption that when it comes to beauty, you get what you pay for. She isn’t the only one and I’m sure a lot of us are guilty of thinking “the higher the price tag, the more the product must be desirable, more efficient or superior” #MakeUpSnob.
One particular product that caught my eye in disbelief was the mention of an eye shadow palette from a brand of makeup I had never heard of before called Essence. Stocked and sold at Wilko stores.
The Anchor is a pub and restaurant in the village of Aspley Guise on the outskirts of the borough of Milton Keynes. Under new management it has recently undergone a very expensive face lift to the tune of £600k that has completely overhauled this village pub into an exciting and sophisticated social spot.
How could I resist heading over to Aspley Guise to see exactly what’s been happening in this laid back village…?!
Rain day + lazy sofa cuddles with my toddler + insane pregnancy appetite = refusing to budge and ordering food in for dinner
…Hey! It is Friday.. give a girl a break.
I’ve heard of Deliveroo for a while now. They offer food delivery to your door from big name restaurants in your local area who ordinarily are not in a position to offer home delivery.
Taco Shack is a street food company that is fairly new to Milton Keynes. They started trading in May 2016 and have been busy keeping locals satisfied with their take on fresh Mexican street food since.
This is the Rocky Horror Sundae from Eastlake Harvester in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
Date night isn’t a regular occurrence but when you’re invited to a pretty village gastropub with a good reputation and native LOBSTER is on the specials menu, you grab your husband, get him in a shirt and get rolling down the road.