Wednesday, 6 March 2019

February Favourites!

I can't believe it's March already! There's lots to look forward to this month, from birthdays to other celebrations. March sees the birthdays of my husband, aunt and father-in-law. And here in the UK we celebrate Mother's Day at the end of March. But before we get too caught up in the future, let's take a stroll down memory lane and take a look at a few of my favourite things from February!


New nails! Actually not that in love with this design, but getting my nails done is always a highlight of my month. Can't beat the feeling of a fresh set, can you? Next month: My Little Pony nails. Keep an eye out in my March Favourites for those!


My husband bought me this lovely bouquet of flowers for achieving something momentous in February. My husband never buys me flowers; not even on romantic occasions. So this was pretty special. 


It might be warming up outside, but you'll still find me soaking in lots of Lush baths. This month I picked up, and used, Guardian of the Forest bath bomb. And I wish smell-o-vision was a thing, 'cos this bath bomb smelled AMAZING. I might have found a new favourite!


Look at this derp of a cat. I love all photos of my cat, but this one tickled me as he looks so comical. I think we were playing; me, tickling his belly and him, biting me. One of his favourite games!


I can't stop talking about this show. It had so many "WTF?!" moments. I had to press rewind on numerous occasions because I just could not believe what I was hearing. Please tell me you've seen this documentary on Netflix too? I need to discuss this show with people!


I rediscovered my love for Krewella in February. Specifically Human, which is a song that I can relate to on so many levels. This song gives me all the feels and is pretty much on repeat all the time in my car.

Tell me one of your favourite things from February in the comments below!

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