Pink Parcel Review - Period Subscription Box

Pink parcel grey box with pink logo

Yay! Another unboxing and review! I haven't done a good subscription box for a while, so this is quite exciting for me since I love these kinds of boxes so much. They're like being sent random gifts from people, and there's always something intriguing about them for me. I have been kindly gifted this box from Pink Parcel, which is aimed at periods and your time of the month. 

pink parcel open with all boxes inside and leaflets

Inside the package, there are 3 smaller boxes and one fabric pouch. I like that you can't see whats in the box the moment you open it, it prolongs the surprise and makes it more fun! There was a box that said, "for you, a little something to cheer you up". The value of this box and the volume of products make this worth it. 

Pink parcel for you box

For You: A Little Something To Cheer You Up

This box was a cute little pamper session with everything you need to wind down when you're experiencing PMS or not feeling great because of your period. 

Magnitone Wipe Out Microfibre Cleansing Cloth
A cloth to remove makeup using just water, which is £14.99 for a pack of 2

Mudmasky Sleep Repair Renewal Nourishing Mask & Facial Detox Purifying Recovery Mask
2 different face masks, one of them being a nighttime mask, both retailing at £60 each

Balance Me Flash Cleanse Micellar Water
A 99% natural micellar water with hyaluronic acid to brighten skin, which is £16

We Are Tea Super Berry Infusion Teabag
A health-boosting antioxidant filled tea, which is£2.99 for a box of 15. 

Jelly Pong Pong Stardrops Light-Activated Glow Drops
A highlighter which can be mixed in with foundation to create a dewy complexion or used to highlight your cheekbones, which is £32

Joe & Seph's Popcorn with Caramel and Belgian Chocolate
Gourmet air-popped popcorn, covered in caramel and chocolate, which is £4.00 fo 80g

pink parcel for you products laid out

In the middle was a smaller box saying "for night, use these at bedtime". This was filled with 5 night time pads. These pads are specially designed for use overnight as they're longer, more absorbent and has wings to hold them firmly in place throughout the night.

pink parcel for night box

pink parcel blue night time pads with wings

The final box said "for later, keep these close by", which was filled with tampons and pads for during your period. The good thing about Pink Parcel is that you can customise this part of your box. You can decide to have just pads, just tampons or a mixed box; as well as choose the type of absorbancy to match your flow, whether it's light or heavy.

pink parcel for later box

pink parcel day time pads with regular tampons

Lastly, there was a really cute small pouch in the bag, which had more tampons in and some panty liners. These are perfect for towards the end of your period when it gets lighter, or if you experience some spotting. The pouch is perfect for reusing and keeping spare tampons or pads in your handbag.

Pink parcel white pouch with gold spots and drawstrings

Open pink parcel pouch with tampons and pantyliners

Can you believe this whole box retails at just £12.99 per month, with free delivery and no contract; so you can cancel at any time. You can pay for several months upfront too for a cheaper cost. They very kindly sent me a discount code for my readers to use, so if you'd like 20% off your first box, use the code "PP20" in at the checkout. This box is definitely worth the price, for how much you get, and I really enjoyed opening this! 

Top Tips for the Best British Beach Day

One of my all-time favourite things to do is to enjoy a day at the beach. In the UK we've been hit with a heatwave and I thought I'd share my tips to make your British beach day, the best it can be.

The Early Bird Gets The Worm
Getting to the beach early means you can pick the best parking space, and find the nicest spot on the beach to claim for the day. You won't need to worry about whether it'll be full or too busy because let's be real, everyone hits the beach in the UK when it's nice weather.

Prepare Your Summer Playlist
Take a Bluetooth speaker along and get the tunes on. There are some premade summer playlists on Spotify (like mine here), or you can make your own with your favourite songs. Some good summer classics can really get you in the beach-day mood.

Pack A Change Of Clothes
No one wants to wear soggy or sandy clothes on the way home. As a child my grandmother always packed us a change of clothes and we'd get changed behind a towel, or nip into the public toilets. It feels so much better to go home in!

Pack A Picnic
Taking a picnic along in a cooler bag means you can enjoy more time at the beach without needing to leave for food or to pop to the shop. It's handy having a bag full of food, being kept nice and cool, to enjoy as and when you fancy it.

Create A Whole Space For The Day
By this I mean, create something you'll enjoy to be around for the whole day. Whether its taking a tent, umbrellas, plentiful beach towels and blankets. Make it cosy or open, with enough shade and protection to stay there all day.

Get Sun Protection On!
Looking after our skin is important, even in the UK. Make sure you get your suncream on, wear a hat and take care in the sun. Even if it's not too sunny, your skin is still exposed to UV rays.

Waterproof Your Valuables
I recently bought some waterproof pouches to place phones and money in so I don't need to worry about leaving valuables at our little spot if Eric and I want to enjoy some time down at the water. It means you have peace of mind and don't have to worry about anything being stolen!

Take Portable Chargers
Eric and I recently got a portable charger on Amazon, that keeps both our phones and other devices charged for the whole day. It's been one of the best investments we've bought because we use it so often. It means we can enjoy the beach for the whole day and take as many Instagram photos as we want.

Keep It Litter Free
Isn't it annoying when you get to the beach and there's leftover glass, plastic, used BBQs and other rubbish ruining the area? Do the environment a favour and take away your rubbish, it means the beach stays lovely and clean for your next visit!

Stay Hydrated
No one wants to leave the beach feeling parched, with a headache, and a mouth as dry as the Sahara desert. Be sure to pack plenty of water, and even try the reusable bottles that keep liquids cool for up to 24 hours.

There's nothing like a good old British beach day, and we might as well make the most of it since we don't usually have such nice weather here! 

Walk It for Crohn's & Colitis UK 2018

Last year, my first ever blog post, was a post about the Crohn's & Colitis UK Walk It event in Newcastle. I thought why not make it annual, and blog about this years Walk It event too! Just in case you don't know or you're new to my blog - I have Ulcerative Colitis (diagnosed in 2016) and I write an awful lot about it here on my little space on the internet!

It was held in the same place, a beautiful spot in Leazes Park, overlooked by St James' Park and the event was bustling with more faces than last year. The event definitely rose in popularity and I don't blame it! There was live music, photo props, face painting and glitter, and activities like "beat the bowel"; not to mention plentiful toilets for all us bowel buddies that needed them.

It was a scorching hot day - as high as 25°C. Unfortunately, that meant it was a little too hot for my dog Daisy to come along this year (her little paws would burn on the hot pavement), but Eric and I thoroughly enjoyed the heat. Well, that's until we got to walking, then we just felt like we were melting the whole way round! Because it was such a lovely day, Newcastle was heaving with people, so that meant there were even more people to watch our sea of purple t-shirts parade around the town, and I definitely heard a few people murmur the charity name as we passed by. The more people that find out about us, the better! Before I got diagnosed, I had no idea what these conditions were, so raising awareness is super important to me.

Last year I managed to do the 5k walk, when my colitis was considered moderate, so I was a bit more poorly than I am now. This year, my colitis is only mild so I really want to push myself and do the 10k walk. Now, I'm not a very fit person so I thought it would be a struggle; but to my own surprise, I didn't even whinge once! I'm usually a whiny person, so this was an achievement in itself. The walk stretched from Leazes Park, past St James' stadium, down Northumberland Street to Greys Monument... all the way down to the Quayside, across the swing bridge, past the Sage and back along the Millenium bridge. Oh no, it didn't end there. We went back up the hill towards Manors, and up to Northumbria University, to Civic Centre and the Great North Museum before making it back to Leazes Park. If you're not from Newcastle it would have been a fabulous walking tour!

When we made it back to the event village we were greeted with cheers, horns, medals and a good ice cold bottle of water. I'm definitely very chuffed I did the whole 10k walk, and it was a lovely day. Its such an accessible way for people to raise money for a great cause. I know lots of people do marathons or jumping out of aeroplanes but thats not something I'm quite able to do. So, to be able to join in with this event, and to feel like I'm helping in some way, makes it quite a large part of my year.

I hope that Crohn's & Colitis UK continue to hold these annual events in Newcastle because it's something I now look forward too for the summer. This year, Eric and I managed to raise £175 for the charity and so far in total (as I'm writing this) I know the charity has raised £153,840. They still have events across the UK to do, so that's a brilliant amount to have achieved. If you would still like to donate please take a look at my Just Giving page, which is still open for sponsors!

So thank you to Crohn's & Colitis UK for their endless achievement when it comes to raising awareness for Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative Colitis, and for hosting such fantastic events. I'd also like to quickly thank Eric for supporting me, and doing all of this alongside me. And not forgetting everyone that donated to my Just Giving page, your money goes directly to the charity and will help provide information and support, fund important medical research and help the charity continue to campaign for better services and care for people with these illnesses!

June Favourites 2018

And just like that Summer has arrived... I can't believe how quick it's come! The weather has been absolutely glorious here in the UK too, so I've been in a fabulous mood. But, let's get into the things I've been loving this month!

My first favourite has got to be the Superdrug Vitamin C Nourishing Gel Moisturiser. I got this on a whim one day, and I've used it every morning since. Its gel-like consistency is great for oily skin because it soaks in quickly and doesn't feel thick on the skin. My skin has improved over the last month from a combination of this moisturiser and having as many make-up free days as possible.

I've also been loving the Elf Poreless Face Primer, which works extremely well at minimising the look of open pores and mattifying the skin. It's particularly good for oily skin, but if you have dry-sensitive skin you could try the hydrating version of it. It helps my foundation blend a little nicer I think too, which is always a plus!

The last makeup favourite is the Sleek Ultra Mattes Eyeshadow Palette, which is filled with bright and wonderful colours. I used this palette to create a rainbow/pride look which you might have seen on my Instagram, and I've enjoyed playing with the colours ever since.

My next favourite is kind of an experience as well as the item itself. I went to Pots & Pancakes in North Shields with the lovely ladies from The In Colourful Company for a get-together. We hand painted some wonderful designs on pottery, and while mine was nowhere near as creative as the others... I still think it's super cute! I think pottery painting is a brilliant idea for date night, or as an activity with friends, and I really loved doing it!

A clothing piece that I've been non-stop wearing is this cropped, boxy rainbow jumper from Primark. It's bloody adorable, looks ace with a pair of girlfriend jeans and was only £7! It's a total bargain and I think it's pretty flattering too.

The last thing I've loved this month is a game/app. If you watched my vlogs, you've probably already guessed it... it's Pokemon Go. I had Pokemon Go when it first came out and ended up deleting the app because my phone battery kept dying. I redownloaded it a while back after seeing the new Pokemon Let's Go trailer for the Nintendo Switch and jumped right back on that hype train. I've genuinely been using it every day, and it's great for getting you up and out walking since so much of the game depends on walking distance and going places. So if you loved Pokemon as a kid and need an incentive to get walking, maybe give it a try!

Is anyone else back on the Pokemon Go hype or is that just me?! Let me know what you've been enjoying, I'm always looking for new products or things to try!

1 Year Later… What Blogging Has Given Me.

On the 26th June 2017, I wrote and uploaded my first blog post to Becx Blogs, and it’s been exactly a year since then. It just so happens that this is also my 100th blog post as well, which is a very happy coincidence! I started blogging last year as a hobby to try and fill in the time, as I had just quit my job, and it’s been one of the best choices I ever made.

I’m so proud of the things I’ve achieved and the opportunities I’ve been given due to becoming a ‘blogger’, and I really wanted to document my progress so far. What better way to do it than with a blog post talking about it!

In my year of blogging, I’ve somehow managed to rack up 38,000 page-views?! Now, I don’t know what’s good or not in terms of views (I tend to not compare), but to me, that seems insane, to think my blog has been viewed almost 40,000 times in a year. My blog also manages to hit between 3 and 4,000 views a month, which I’m also extremely proud of.

I’m also incredibly proud that my blog has worldwide readers, including the UK, USA, Canada, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France and Hungary! The thought that people around the world are reading my blog, means so much, I can’t even begin to say how grateful I am.  

I started to use my blog to do something good and try to raise awareness for my illness, which isn’t very well known. So, my Ulcerative Colitis posts have fast become my most popular posts, and I love being able to post about something so important.

Since I started blogging, I’ve had some fabulous opportunities to work with some great companies, to attend fun and interesting events (Intu Metrocentre and The Body Shop to name a couple), and I’ve even been able to be a panellist on a blogger panel at an Influencer event! It’s something that I’m extremely grateful for, and if it wasn’t for the people who have supported my blog, read each post and helped me over the last year I might not have had those opportunities.

Probably the most important thing to come from blogging the past year has been getting to know (and meeting) the brilliant people that have come into my life. I’ve made some amazing friends both online and in real life, people I talk to most days and I’m happy to call my friends. I’ve gain skills like photo and video editing (something I knew nothing about a year ago), as well as refining my photography and writing skills. I’ve even grown more confident in myself and it’s improved my anxiety. A year ago I would never have attended an event on my own, and now I’m always excited what for what the next event might be rather than dreading it! It’s most definitely shaped me as a person.

Don’t get me wrong, blogging comes with its share of struggles, from running out of ideas to battling with Google domain authority, and trying to get over the social media algorithms. In the end, it’s all been worth it for me, and I hope to continue with a hobby that has become a huge part of my everyday life.

I’ve worked so hard on my blog, and I’m proud of how far my little space on the internet has come. I held a giveaway over the last month as a thank you to everyone who’s read and supported my blog and I’ll email the winner of this by the end of today. SO a great big thank you to everyone who has helped me, offered advice, shared or retweeted my posts, and continued to come back and read my blog – I hope this post shows how grateful I am for how much you’ve helped me achieve!

Lots of love, Becca ❤

My Ulcerative Colitis Journey: Medications and Side Effects (PART TWO)

Following on from part one of the series (if you haven’t read it click here), I now want to talk about the types of medication used to treat Ulcerative Colitis and my experience of them so far. Now I’ve had my colitis diagnosis for almost 2 years, so I’ve trialled various concoctions of meds and have had ups and downs along the way. I’m in no way a medical professional, and what has or hasn’t worked for me might be completely different for other people, so this is just my own personal experience and how my body reacted with these medications. Just a quick disclaimer, you should always follow your medical professional’s advice, and this blog post is just to share my experience and is not advice in any way!

When I was first diagnosed I was given Prednisolone foam enemas to take every night before bed. Prednisolone is a type of corticosteroid used to treat inflammation by dampening down the immune response, so preventing the immune system to cause colitis. Usually, steroids would be prescribed in oral tablet form, but because my colitis was affecting the lower end of my colon, my consultant thought enemas would be more effective in treating the inflammation because it would get to the area directly. These enemas were SO bliddy painful to administer since it was basically squirting foam up my backside where I was very inflamed and bleeding. I did find they worked in reducing the inflammation and after a few weeks the bleeding did get slightly better but didn’t go away.

A month or so later, I was prescribed the Prednisolone in suppository form, which is a dissolvable tablet that goes into your bottom. On top of this I was also prescribed Mesalazine foam enemas (Pentasa). Mesalazine is a type of Aminosalicylate (5-ASA) medication which is anti-inflammatory. I had a lot of trouble with the Pentasa enemas because they caused a lot of abdominal pain, so I was then moved onto the Mesalazine suppositories. Again, I had trouble with the Mesalazine suppositories because my body wasn’t properly absorbing them due to the inflammation and swelling, and I often found they leaked, as gross as that sounds! They decided to put me onto the oral form of Pentasa, which my god, they are the size of horse tablets! Because I was on a high dose, I was given the larger tablets and they were such a chore to take since they were so hard to swallow. I continued the Prednisolone suppositories and the Pentasa tablets for quite a while.

For a short while I tried Sulphasalazine, which is another type of 5-ASA to aid my IBD associated joint pain but it made no difference, so I wasn’t on them very long. My Colitis fluctuated a lot for the best part of a year, with periods of no symptoms and lots of lapses back into a lot of pain, diarrhoea and bleeding. Every time I lapsed I was given a short course of Prednisolone oral tablets to push the colitis back.

Since the medication wasn’t pushing my colitis into remission, and it kept coming back, my consultant decided to put me on Budesonide oral tablets every day. Budesonide is another type of corticosteroid, which is fairly new in treating IBD, and is thought to have fewer side effects. Because I had been on steroids for so long, I gained 3 stone and was struggling with chronic fatigue, joint issues and generally feeling unwell, even when my colitis wasn’t playing up. Every time my steroid dose dropped, to try and slowly wean off them when my colitis was OK, it would flare straight back up. It turned out I had become steroid dependent, and my body was symptom-free only when on a high dose of steroids, and as soon as I tried to come off them, the inflammation would come straight back.

Being on steroids long term is never ideal, because the side effects range from insomnia, moon face, acne, susceptibility to infections and illnesses, weight gain, osteoporosis and more. Ideally, I need to come off the steroids, so the next step for me was to start on a medication called Azathioprine. Azathioprine is a type of immunosuppressant drug which has only been used for IBD since the 60’s. Because Azathioprine is such a strong immunosuppressive, I had to have a course of vaccines before starting it to make sure my body had some antibodies to protect itself while being on the medication, since I’ll be at much more risk of sickness, flu, pneumonia, suppression of bone marrow function, liver inflammation and pancreatitis. I’ve been on this medication for a short while now and have to have weekly blood tests to ensure it’s not causing damage to my liver. So far I’ve struggled with nausea, vomiting and terrible fatigue. They hope to start reducing my steroid dose after around 6 months of being on this medication, then keeping me on the Azathioprine long term to maintain remission.

If I’m unable to maintain remission with the Azathioprine or it causes damage to my liver and pancreas, I’ll have to go to the next step of treatment. The next step would be biological drugs which resemble chemotherapy. These drugs are things like Infliximab and Vedolizumab which are transfusions through a drip in the arm, or Adalimumab and Golimumab which are injections given into the thigh or stomach (kind of like an epi-pen).

There is a pyramid of medication starting with the ones which have the least side effects which are the first port of call so to speak, but this depends on how severe the inflammation is. Moving up the pyramid we try different medications to find what works in maintaining remission, and if the flare is moderate or severe, treatment may start higher up. The last port of call is surgery. If medication fails at improving the disease, people with Colitis may have parts of the diseased bowel removed, and then have a bag on the outside of their body. Sometimes if the flare is very severe, they may go in for emergency surgery. I’m extremely lucky my Colitis hasn’t went past moderate and mild. I’m hopeful that the Azathioprine will help me, but if it doesn’t I’ll have to continue up the pyramid and try something else.

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If you have IBD, please remember your consultant really does know best, and they will help find the right treatment for you. If you don’t have IBD, I hope this blog was helpful and informative! 

Summer Lovin' Makeup Look

This is a makeup look that I've been obsessed with wearing recently (you might have seen it pop up on my Instagram quite a lot), and I thought I would make a post about what cruelty-free products I used to achieve it! Everything is affordable and drugstore as always, since I'm always looking for awesome bargains and buys!

My base is pretty simple. I use this Elf Poreless Face Primer since I have oily skin and quite open pores. I'm also wearing some fake tan, so I use a mix of two foundations to get the right shade for me. I'm using the Sleek Lifeproof Foundation and the Elf Foundation. For concealer, I'm using the new Revolution Conceal and Define in the shade C4. 

My contour and bronzer are from this Sleek Contour Palette, and I love how shimmering the bronzer is, it's perfect for summer. For blush I'm wearing the Soap & Glory Peach Party blush because again, it's very bronzed peach and shimmery. My highlight is gorgeous and it's from this Revolution Strobe Lighting Palette, which I actually got for free on the Superdrug website because I spent over £12 on makeup. So keep your eyes peeled for offers like that! I finish my face off with the Sleek Professional Finishing Powder, to set it in place.

The eyeshadow palette I used is the Revolution #RevoholicEyes Matte Edit, but I don't believe this is on sale at the moment... I got it from the Christmas Palette Vault. But any pigmented red and yellow eyeshadow will do. I use the red in the outer corners, and along the crease of my eye, as well as under my lower lashline. I then use the yellow all over the lid and blend them together. It creates a lovely sunset look. I'm using the new Revolution Renaissance Flick Eyeliner to create a wing and my gosh, this liner is incredible! My mascara is the Nyx Worth The Hype and my brows are the Nyx Microbrow Pencil. I finish the entire look with a classic nude lipstick, this is the Revolution lipstick in the shade Chauffeur, and I spray my whole face with the Revolution Pro Fix Setting Spray.

If you recreate this look;, be sure to tag me on Instgram with @Becxo or use the hashtag #BecxBlogsBeauty. I'd love to see all your summery makeup looks!

Does CBD Oil work for pain relief – The Fay Farm Review

It’s been a while since I did a good old product review, and I was very kindly sent these products from The Fay Farm, to review as part of the Chronic Illness Blogger Network. I’m happy to say these products are handmade, cruelty-free and not tested on animals.

I was sent the Rejuvenation Lotion and the Warming Muscle Rub. As someone who suffers from joint pain and muscle pain as one of the symptoms of my Ulcerative Colitis, I was hoping these products would help me.

Both the lotion and the muscle rub contain organic industrial hemp oil, otherwise known as CBD oil. I’ve seen the use of CBD oil floating around the internet for some time but had never tried it myself until recently. Hemp oil is known for it’s healing and medicinal benefits. I’ve read that it works by targeting the Endocannabinoid System and increases the function of it, which helps to control sleep regulation, pain and the immune system. This is something I find so interesting, despite the fact I can’t say I fully understand it!

The lotion also contains other ingredients renowned for their uses. Jojoba Oil is amazingly moisturising and particularly useful for dry skin conditions. As a beautician, I would often recommend Jojoba Oil for Eczema and Psoriasis. Turmeric is another brilliant ingredient which is anti-inflammatory (so useful for arthritis and joint inflammation), as well as being an anti-oxidant. The lotion is particularly pleasant to apply because it smells so much like liquorice. Funnily enough, I spotted liquorice on the ingredients! It’s very cooling and really soothes my ankles and wrists when I experienced discomfort.

The muscle rub contains shea butter which is the moisturising component of the rub. But it also contains Arnica. I actually used to use Arnica for my dog for his joint pain, so it wasn’t a surprise to see it in a human product. It’s anti-inflammatory and helps with bruising, swelling, and pain. The rub also uses cayenne pepper, peppermint and ginger which I assume creates the warming effect when it’s applied. I have to say the scent of the rub reminds me so much of the Vaporub my Grandmother used to apply on my chest at night when I was a child to help with congestion, so it’s a very nostalgic smell! It has undertones of aniseed too. The rub most definitely has a warming effect as soon as you start to rub it into the skin, and I find it very helpful when my pain is particularly bad. It then cools down and feels very soothing!

I’m actually very impressed with these products, they do work well for what I need with my symptoms. To top it off they’re cruelty-free and organic. In fact, they told me these use these products on for healing purposes on their own farm animals, which I think is great. It’s always good to support a smaller business that produces these lovely handmade products so if you’re looking for some topical pain relief these could be the lotions for you. 

May Favourites 2018

Wow, it's May already and the weather this month in the UK has been glorious, and reaching as high as 24 degrees in Newcastle! I certainly have a lot to talk about this month in terms of experiences, but let's start off with a few beauty favourites!

I've never really been into tanning like a lot of the girls I know. However, since I did a tanning module in college, I've become hooked on the thought of looking like a bronzed goddess! I even went and bought the exact same tanning lotion that my course used, I liked it that much. As far as I could see from my little internet research - Crazy Angel products are cruelty-free as a couple forums had emailed them, and they also don't sell in China (please, do tell me if I'm wrong on this!!).

I also finally ran out of my mascara and was able to replace it with a cruelty-free alternative. I went for the Nyx Worth The Hype mascara. It's definitely lengthening, but not so much the volumising that it claims. It does do exactly what I need, however, and is only £9 in Boots.

My next favourite is actually new in the beauty world for once! Usually, I'm super late to the trends, but I got this Revolution Renaissance Flick Eyeliner in Superdrug for just £5. My goodness, this eyeliner is insane! It's very pigmented, glides on like a dream and has a brilliant fine nib for doing more detailed looks.

One of the absolute best favourites this month for me was the fact that I got to see Thirty Seconds To Mars live at the This Is Tomorrow Festival in Newcastle. It was part of their Monolith Tour, after the release of their new album. It was incredible and the atmosphere was just astonishing. Jared Leto is such a talented singer, who made the experience so immersive for the audience by really involving them. I did vlog it, so if you'd like a good glimpse of what it was like, check out my YouTube video!

The second experience that is a firm favourite of my entire life nevermind just May, is the fact I was on a blogging panel for the Blogging & Influencing 2018 event in Newcastle. I already blogged about this whole event, and vlogged it - but I'm genuinely just so proud of myself. I'm proud of how far I've come with my anxiety to be able to do this event, and of how far my blog itself has come to have given me this opportunity. 

I feel like this favourites post is rather long, but I have a couple of TV and film favourites to pop in! The first one is The Great British Bake Off, which Eric and I have been binge watching all the way from season 1! We've been watching this almost every day and I am well and truly addicted.

And last but not least, it has to be Avengers Infinity War. Don't worry, there are no spoilers. It looked stunning, the story was incredible, and it was very emotional. That's all I have to say about it. If you haven't seen it yet, then what the heck are you doing?! Go see it immediately!!

What a jam-packed month, it really has been one of the best months I've had for ages. How has your month been, with all this fabulous weather!