There was a time I actually managed to convince myself to do it: having my bangs cut. I was so incredibly happy… the first two days. Afterwards, I had to blow-dry and style my bangs myself. A drama because I’ve got curls. Which I sort of forgot for a moment. Cut to me: bangs that looked horrible whenever it rained, the wind blew, whenever it was foggy, or really hot, or snowing. But also when I was biking, partying or on a holiday. Oh, and don’t get me started on that lovely period in which it begins to grow. Bangs aren’t for me, no matter how much I like them. And then I discovered the world of Hersheshons. when I was at Selfridges in London. Bangs that exactly matched the colour of my hair and which I could pin to my head. What a discovery!! Bangs that always look good. Bangs that don’t frizz. Bangs which you can take off whenever you don’t feel particularly bangy. The pleasures without the burdens!
Hello there! This post seems long overdue. But here is our post about our trip to London. We had a wonderfull time filled with lots of food, galleries and party. Or foucrse, one thing you can not miss when you are in London is doing a high tea. This is where we are writing this post about.
Trough my friend we discovered this place called Sketch. It is a bit more expensive, but ah, you can better do it once perfect instead of twice half perfect. In Sketch they had the "normal" high tea and a lighter option. Indeed, as we want to have it perfect, we choose the "normal" high tea. They have cute tablewear, and lovely teapots and cups. Something like my grandma has: Royal Albert.
We have been waiting for a long LONG time, but finally the winter-weather has arrived! I can not wait to go iceskating on the canals, drinking cups of warm tea, and enjoy my time at the couch. Now we are lucky, because all the winter stuff is in sale! So here specially for you, my fav freezing wardrobe. Even better: everything in sale.
What I love about chia seeds is the fact that they make an awesome breakfast. Besides that, they are extremelyand nutricious. Like everyone else, I was struggling with my new year's resolutions (e.g. eat healthier, shop less, you know the deal). A friend of mine introduced me to these lovely seeds, and I was instantly hooked. The idea is simple and all you need is:
Its easypeasy. Mix about 2 tbs of chia seeds with about 1 big glass of (unsweetened) almond milk. I always use a bottle and then leave it for about 15 minutes. You can already see the seeds expand at this point. Afterwards, put the mix in a bowl and leave it to rest for a night in the fridge. The next morning you'll have a strange looking pudding that tastes delicious and really fills you up! Feel free to pimp your pudding with some cinnamon, coconut milk, or agave syrup.