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Share The Love // March 2016

Share The Love // March 2016


This month went by ridiculously fast, don't you think? I can't believe it's already time to share my fave posts that I found in my Bloglovin' feed this past month!


  • I definitely bookmarked these 20 Spring blog post ideas from Lauren!
  • Buying a 'proper' blogging camera is definitely on my to do list but I feel so overwhelmed when I look at camera specs online but this post from Kate has really helped simplify things and help me make some decisions!
  • I'm neither a morning shake or morning coffee person but this recipe from Frannie may have changed my mind! I'm thinking on a spring morning this will be so tasty!
  • I think it's so important to take joy from the little things in day to day life - I really enjoyed reading this post from Jaye about the things she loves
  • I've had some serious wanderlust this past month and these posts have been helping fuel it (!!): Kate went to Anitgua, Lily went to Disneyland Paris (I need to go now!), Carly went to Tampa and Samantha went to Argentina!
  • One of my goals to finish off my room is to finally create a gallery wall (I know, how late to the game am I?!) and this post is definitely going to help!
  • Like every other blogger (and probably their mother :P) I'm obsessed with all things marble (no shame!) and since reading Amy's collection of all things marble I've added more things to my wishlists!
  • I love a good night in home alone (sorry not sorry - I'm such a hermit!) and these tips from Hannah are fab for the perfect night in!
  • Homeware wishlists have become some of my fave posts to read - and this one from Bethany is a good 'un! That marble phone though...
  • Emma's post on things she's trying to get better at really resonated with me - it has inspired me to start trying to make little changes to tackle my bad habits!
  • *bonues mention* I couldn't not include my fave blogger bestie - Aftab from Fresh & Fearless because he has written a slew of amazing content this month that I've loved reading - go check his blog out! 

Please note this is an incredibly narrowed down list - there were so many awesome posts that I read this past month that I wish I could include them all! As you can see I might have sort of 'cheated' a little and sort of collated my fave posts into categories so I ended up sharing a few more posts - you're welcome!

What were your favourite posts that you read/wrote this past month? Leave me links in below please!

Favourites // March 2016

Favourites // March 2016



I honestly think that March has gone by faster than the other two months this year so far - it's crazy! I swear it was only last week that I was sharing my February favourites

I really can't recall anything particularly fabulous that happened in March (because it went by so darn fast!) but I did have a week of annual leave to take which I spent at home but we managed to fit in an IKEA trip (I now want to completely redecorate every room in my house!), we tried out Pizza Express for the first time as one just opened near us (finally!) and also we popped out to try a new place for brunch - that you can read all about in this post (sorry for the plug!). Aside from that there was just a lot of working - which I kinda love actually! Ooh, and I finally perfected my american-ish style pancake making (thank you new pancake maker!) so I've been indulging in pancake breakfasts pretty much every weekend!

Anyway, onto my random collection of favourite things from March - 

SLOGAN SWEATSHIRT // okay so yes this sweatshirt says BLOGGER on it - how could I resist?! I grabbed one of Hannah Gale's sweatshirts on the last day she was selling them and oh wow - all of the comfy and snuggly! I love it and am eagerly awaiting her starting to sell them again because I need more in my life!

PALM PRINT CUSHION // I posted earlier on in the month a round up of some of the homeware bits I had my eye on (you can read the post here if you fancy!) and promptly after pressing publish I bought all of the cushion covers from H&M (well not all, more like five but that's still quite a lot to pick up in one go!)! I love them all, I was a bit bored with my other cushions so this little easy fix has given my room a fresh update!

KINDER BUENO // how have I can through my life not having a kinder bueno until this month? I'm at a loss! They're just so darn tasty, chocolatey but with a good crunch to them too - I can sense a new obsession coming on!

BUTTER LONDON 'KIP' // I was perusing the M&S beauty section with Mum - I was supposed to be looking for a blush from the new Rosie Huntington-Whiteley collection but of course I got distracted by the nail polishes - oops! - and I couldn't leave without this gorgeous blue/grey shade! It's a fairly neutral blue that I could probably just about get away with for work - yay!

BARRY M 'BUG A BLUE' // I'm a sucker for blue polishes - the majority of my nail polish collection is so many different shades of blue so I definitely don't need any more but I just can't help myself! This shade is a beautiful bright sky blue colour - so pretty! Now someone please remind me - no more blue nail polishes!

THE YOUNG ELITES BY MARIE LU // I've had this book downloaded in my kindle library for such a long time but just never reached for it - there was always another book that I wanted to read more than this - but I was at work at the start of this month and had no other new books on my kindle so I decided to give this a go. I'm so annoyed at myself for putting off reading this book for so long because it's awesome! It's not exactly dysoptian - more dark fantasy with a touch of magic thrown in. This book is set post a blood fever epidemic that has left some of the child survivors with magic abilities and follows one of these children, Adenlina. The book practically starts murdering her father (although he really was a nasty piece of work so I don't hold that against her!) and being saved from execution by the really complex villain of the story by The Young Elites (a group of people with similar special abilities as Adelina. The leader of The Young Elites ends up being Adelina's love interest that just ticks over as the story progresses but remains the back story (I hate when a romance takes over a fantasy novel!). The story explores Adelina's choice of who is the real enemy, the villain or the love interest. It's a pretty complex plot that I'm really struggling to explain but basically go read it because it's awesome and so original! What I really like about this book is how complex Adelina is - she's someone trying to do things for the right reasons but she has such a dark side to her thanks to her special abilites that the blood fever left her with you never really know what she will do next - I love how it kept me turning the pages to see which side of her would win out in the end! I think it's testament to how good this book is that as soon as I'd finished it I bought and downloaded the next book in the series and immediately started reading it (and it's possibly even better than the first book!).

FULL HOUSE // In a bid to replace my dear NCIS (that I'm still sad about finishing in February!) as the series that I binge-watch on netflix I decided to start Full House. I watched Fuller House and really enjoyed it but felt kind of out of the loop in regards to some of the jokes/characters having never watched Full House so the obvious next step was to go back and watch Full House. Oh my gosh I love it! It's so funny and easy to watch plus I'm literally in love with Uncle Jesse - he's just so darn sweet! I've breezed through the episodes and am already on season 5 (oops!) so that shows how much I'm obsessed!

So that was my March all nicely rounded up :)

Insta-Lately // March 2016

Insta-Lately // March 2016


Okay, wasn't it just March 1st the other day? How is it the end of the month already?! Anyway, it's instagram round up time - I'm @belsmay13 over there if you feel like following along in real time!


Is there anything better that cute stationery and bright coloured pens? Dedicating time to planning out my weeks makes me feel so much better about the week ahead! 


I made a repurchase of my favourite skincare products - I've been using FAB products for about a year but I've been using this brand exclusively for a few months now and my skin has never been better!


 This months big purchase for me was a new bed! I viewed it as somewhat as an investment seeing as I need my sleep after night shifts (well that's my excuse anyway!) and oh my goodness, it's oh so comfy!


Is there anything better than settling down in bed on a Saturday morning to catch up on blog posts with an iced coffee in hand? Such a relaxing way to start the weekend!


We finally got some glimpses of spring sunshine in the middle of the month - a week before I took this photo it was snowing - crazy! But honestly, a bit of sunshine really cheers me up - it's much welcomed!


I had a week of annual leave this month so spent it enjoying some quality time with my family - my favourite! Our local shopping centre (well our nearest one is still about 40 minutes away - countryside living problems!) recently had a re-vamp and lots of new food places have opened. I took Nam and Ma to Pizza Express (for the first time for all of us!) and we had such a fab time! Next on our list to try is GBK!


As much I love my apple watch - I've missed how pretty my Citizen watch is! I've started wearing it more this month and I've fallen back in love with it all over again!


Ma and I tried a new brunch spot - The Yard in Alderley Edge - it was awesome! Plus, it was perfect blogging inspiration - read my post here!


I've been really loving how I've been doing my makeup over the last few weeks - these products have become my go-to for creating a flawless base (hiding a multitude of sins!), a neutral eye and a nude lip.


This is how I've spent most of my evenings lately - either working on the ol' blog or cracking on with my specialist portfolio work - lots of screen time has occurred! 

So that was March - pretty uneventful but hey that's quite nice sometimes!

Restaurant Review // The Yard - Alderley Edge

Restaurant Review // The Yard - Alderley Edge


I love a good brunch. The whole institution of brunching that has become oh so trendy over the last couple of years is one that I can really get behind. 

What's more luxurious than taking a few hours out of your morning to swap a hurriedly snatched piece of toast as you run out of the door before work, or a lack-lustre bowl of porridge that no matter how hard you try just won't look as instagram-able as you'd like; for a deliciously fancy breakfast cooked for you as you sit with your loved ones and catch up over steaming cups of coffee (or tea if you're like me!) 

I think it really is the best way to start your day and wile away a few hours in the morning! Seriously, there are few things that get me out of bed without a whisper of complaining than the promise of brunch!

Now, living in the countryside is something that I'm so thankful for in most instances - until it comes to brunching. There is a disappointing lack of good brunch spots in my local area! All of you city dwellers (especially you Londoners!) don't know how good you've got it with a wide variety of brunchable places on your doorsteps! So, whenever I hear about a new restaurant offering brunch in my local area I make a mental note to try it. 

This week (whilst I was off work!) I decided that Ma and I should knock The Yard off my brunching list - so we did, and I thought sharing our experience (and this gem of a brunch place!) would make the perfect post for today! After all, Sundays are the ultimate brunch day, aren't they?!

The Yard in Alderley Edge (hello footballers everywhere!) is an instagrammers dream - everything is very 'on trend' - there's lots of white, raw wood, fresh flowers, metal cages, twinkly light - serious aesthetic goals (is goals still a thing?!). 

Ma and I really lucked out as we wandered in on a Friday morning at around 10 am without a reservation and were welcomed and seated straight away - but in the next half hour or so the whole place really filled up and was buzzing (a nice mix of yummy mummys, loved up couples and business people - perfect people watching!) - I'd definitely recommend making a reservation if you were planning to go on the weekend, I presume you'd be waiting a little bit for a table if not! 

Mind you, there is a lovely shop tucked away next to the cafe filled with homewares, clothes, books, stationery, crystals, beauty bits and food all in keeping with the ethical and mindful living approach that The Yard encompasses in the cafe - so a mooch round the shop would definitely pass the time whilst waiting for a  table to free up, I promise that the cafe would be worth the wait!



Seated and settled we ordered drinks as we perused the menu - Ma went for a standard Americano coffee (her usual!) which she assured me was deliciously strong! Obviously I ordered English Breakfast tea and was pleasantly surprised when it was brought out in this tea pot with fresh tea leaves - honestly I can't tell you how much nicer tea is when it's not from a tea bag!



We eventually made our minds up what to order - although the menu at The Yard is concise it's packed full of simple homely dishes that are healthy and made from fresh, organic and locally sourced produce - it's bound to taste good when this much care is put into sourcing ingredients and creating a menu!

We set about sipping out drinks and enjoying the bustling yet calming atmosphere of the cafe - we watched the chefs in the open kitchen preparing food, chatted about how pretty the decor inside the cafe was (I mean can I just move in already?!) and commented on how lovely it would to sit outside for breakfast in the summer in the garden at The Yard. There was a little wait that was longer than we were anticipating for our food to arrive but the cafe had started to fill up and understandably the staff were very busy - but Ma and I were perfectly happy to chill out and pass the time people watching! Plus, brunch isn't supposed to be rushed is it?



I went for my go-to breakfast order scrambled eggs on toast - it's a rather boring classic perhaps, but it is my favourite so I just can't help myself! You can have eggs any way you'd like but I'd definitely recommend the scrambled - I've no idea what the chefs added to them but they were so flavourful and delicious! 

Ma went for avocado and poached egg on toast (not going to lie, she really had her eye on the porridge and fresh fruit considering she's diabetic and it's usually hard to find healthy porridge with no artificial sugar additions in a restaurant - but thanks to The Yard's healthy approach to food she could've enjoyed porridge without worry! But I persuaded her to go for the avocado toast for the insta of course!). Sadly her eggs were lacking that delicious runny yolk we were expecting (and I was ready with my camera to capture!) but Ma really enjoyed her breakfast whether or not! 


Poor Ma has been suffering with flu for the last couple of weeks so when we spotted this Cold and Flu Remedy Elixir on the menu we knew she had to give it a go. 

The elixirs that The Yard sell (and you can buy them in the shop too!) are part of the massive juice bar selection that are on offer and are unique combinations of herbs that The Yard's herbalist concocts. Ma's was packed full of echinacea and lots of other goodness that really pepped her up! An hour or so late she was feeling a lot better - whether it was a placebo effect I can't say but as long as she was feeling better, what does it matter?! The point is, if health food, nutrition and juicing is right up your street (unlike me, I barely know my wheatgrass from my macha powder!) the The Yard is definitely a place for you to check out!


We finished off our breakfast feeling incredibly refreshed and relaxed, with ideas of summer holiday plans mulling around our heads thanks to the fabulous selection of summery bohemian clothes for sale at the back of the cafe - definitely fashion inspiration to take a trip to India or the Maldives!


So thank you very much The Yard for bringing a fabulous independent healthy brunch spot to Cheshire - we had a lovely time and we'll definitely be back for another fix of natural, fresh, mindful deliciousness! 

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*Please note that we went to The Yard entirely of our own accord, I wasn't asked to write this review (I just really wanted to share our experience!) nor was I compensated in any way.*

Currently // 15-3

Currently // 15-3


yes, this is my view currently - Little Prin really wants to help me write this post!

It's time for another 'currently' post - so here's what I'm loving at the moment :)

Eating // I cooked (yes I actually cooked a meal from scratch - I'm really not that great (massive understatement) at cooking but it's something that I really want to improve on!) dinner for mum last night (we're on leftovers tonight - portion control is a skill I'm yet to master!) - we had this Bacon Ranch Chicken Bake. It was ridiculously easy to make (hello, I managed it!) but so tasty! I might actually try to keep giving this cooking thing a go - this recipe will be the next one I try, wish me luck!

Drinking // my nightly pre-bed cup of tea (english breakfast of course)

Watching // seeing that I managed to completely catch up with all of the series available on netflix of my beloved NCIS (sob) I've had to find something else to binge watch - I gave Fuller House a go and watched the whole series which I really enjoyed but having never watched Full House I was a bit lost at some of the jokes/everyones backstory - so of course I started Full House - and I love it! Uncle Jesse circa 1987 is all of the heart eyed emojis to me!

Listening // to Little Prin squeaking the life out of one of her toys at the bottom of my bed because I'm ignoring her whilst writing this!

Reading // Last week at work during my breaks I read The Young Elites by Marie Lu - I loved it so much - it has such an interesting and original plot that had me hooked right from the beginning! I've not really been into many dystopian books released lately but this one is just too good to pass up! I may have finished it and then promptly bought the next instalment in the series to carry on reading!

Planning // how to make the most of the rest of my week off this week - lunch at the new pizza express that opened in town recently was yesterdays activity, a trip to ikea is on the cards for today and I'm thinking a trip out for brunch may happen on Friday (a potential review maybe? But no promises :P). I love packing my annual leave full of fun things - I don't want to go back to work feeling like I wasted my freedom!

Obsessing // over my new bed! Over the last few months I was finding myself waking up with back and neck ache and my old bed had started to get really uncomfortable (not what I need for shift work!) so I decided to bite the bullet and buy myself a new bed! And I love it! It really feels like a hotel room bed - it's amazing! Such an adult-y thing to be obsessing over but hey, what can I say - I spend a lot of time in bed, I want to be comfy!

Smelling // An old favourite - my Flannel Bath & Body Works candle - it smells like a delicious man's aftershave which I don't hate my room smelling of :P

Wearing // this sleep tee that I said I wanted in my last 'currently' post! (which you can read here if you don't mind this sneaky little plug!)

Wanting // a couple more prints to add to my room - I finally found some frames I liked so now I just need to fill them! To the Lily Rose Co print selection I go!

Feeling // beyond happy that it's starting to look a little less winter-like here in England - albeit it's not completely spring-like yet, there's still quite the chill in the air! But, the last few days have been gloriously dry and sunny - it has put me in a better mood I'm sure!


UK Etsy Planner Sticker Shops - Part 2

UK Etsy Planner Sticker Shops - Part 2


I'm still really into using stickers to decorate plan (!!) in my ECLP so I thought that for todays post I'd share the second installment of my favourite UK Etsy Planner Sticker Shops, if you want to read the first four shops I shared last month then check out this post!

So here are another four of the UK-based shops that I've ordered from (and will continue to do so!)



STICKER SUNSHINE // I love Beth's shop for weekly kits - all of her designs are so original, the clip art and the colour schemes are really unique! Plus she has such a wide variety of kits, so if you like doing a different theme each week in your planner without being tied to the ECLP monthly colours then this shop is for you! All of Beth's stickers are matte - but the fact that I continue to order her kits is testament to how much I like them considering that I'm normally a strictly #teamglossy sticker user! Plus I really appreciate how reasonably priced the kits from this shop are - 5 sheets for under £10 is such a steal!

photo featuring: limited edition 'Tiffany' collection

PLAN WITH JADE // Plan with Jade is another UK etsy shop that sells matte stickers - I really appreciate how vibrant the colours appear on her paper, I think the reason that I don't gravitate towards matte stickers very often is because of how sometimes the colour pay off on matte paper just isn't as bright compared to glossy paper but this shop manages to avoid this issue! Talking of colours - I love the selection of colours Jade offers her functional/icon stickers in - they're all really bright but aren't based on the ECLP monthly colours yet they still compliment them - meaning they can be used in basically any spread you fancied! Price-wise this shop is really reasonably priced - entire kits 6 sheets for £7.50 - definitely enough to do the basis of a no white space design! And as if the price wasn't good enough on it's own Jade shares discount codes often over on her instagram so her kits end up even cheaper!


THE PLUMP PLANNER // I really love how original Karen's stickers are! She offers such a wide variety of unique and original sickers - for example I love these feeling prickly stickers so unusual (and these I can't adult today ones - ones I could definitely make use of!)! Plus you get an absolute tonne of stickers per listing - I'm talking at least 20 stickers, but up to 99 stickers! Absolute amazing value that makes planning that little more friendly on your bank balance! I love how I bought the London theme decorative stickers for when we went in February but I've still got lots left to use to decorate for the next time we go! Another great thing about TPP is the fact that her stickers can be used in basically any planner - (apart from the kits) they aren't sized specifically for the ECLP - so if you plan in multiple planners (like and ECLP and a Kikki K too!) then you can easily use the same stickers in both planners! 

photo featuring: online order trackers, annual leave stickers, shift work stickers, london theme stickers

OODLEMADOODLES // This shop is pretty new to me - but one I can't wait to order from again because I love their stickers! I really really love the fact that Grace offers a glossy paper - automatically a new favourite shop because of this alone! I really like the selection of colours Grace uses for her functional stickers - a really wide variety of colours that will match with loads of different spreads! My absolute favourite stickers from this shop are the tweet trackers - they're so helpful to remind me to schedule my tweets for blog promo! At the moment I only have functional stickers but I definitely have my eye on some of her weekly kits - they're sold pretty much a la carte, you can just order exactly what you want/need to plan with - I really like this aspect! 


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So there are another four UK-based etsy planner sticker shops that I'm loving ordering from, if you have some other fave UK shops then please leave the link in the comments - I'm always looking for new shops to discover!

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*Please note that all of the stickers featured in this post were not sent to me for free to review/share - they were all purchased with my own money. And yes my bank balance is a little annoyed with me :P*

Four Foundation Favourites

Four Foundation Favourites



Today's post is another super quick one - that's what being on a week of 9-5:30 shift does to my blogging time! 

But anyway, I thought I'd write a beauty-ish post today - in the same vein as this post I'm sharing my four most favourite foundations.

Every beauty lover has a favourite product - one that they hoard for no particular reason but they just can't help it! 

For some people it's lipstick, they obsessively collect every shade of the 'your lips but better' shade that they can find. 

For me, I'm forever searching for the base that will give me the appearance of flawless skin but (and this is a deal-breaker!) without making me look every so slightly oompa loompa-esque! Because I'm so very pale (snow white has more colour than me in the winter!) I struggle to find foundation shades that match me perfectly but after an extensive search I've managed to find a few that don't look too far off my natural skin tone but also give me pretty amazing coverage. So, onto my four foundation favourites:

The Urban Decay Naked Skin foundation is the best shade match I've ever found - it's perfect for my uber pale skin! It gives surprisingly good coverage considering how light it feels on the skin. Definitely a foundation that you can wear on an every day basis! This foundation is the one of two (spoiler alert the other is also included in this post!) that I've repurchased 3 times! I can never be without a bottle of this in my stash - it's just too easy to wear!

The DiorSkin Star foundation is another easy one to wear - it makes my skin look just the right amount of glowy whilst avoiding the whole oil slick look! This one has amazingly buildable coverage (better than the UD I must admit!) which does make it slightly heavier to wear on the skin than the Naked Skin (as to be expected really!) but nothing that would stop me wearing this one for a whole day! I particularly like this one for the winter - I find it keeps my skin feeling quite moisturised throughout the day and it doesn't cling to any dry patches that pesky cold weather may have caused!

Ahh the Laura Mercier Silk Creme foundation - my holy grail. The product that I've found leaves my skin looking the best it can do. Amazing coverage (what blemishes? where have those pesky red undertones gone?), it last all day (and all night long!) and the colour stays pretty true all day - yay for no oxidising! If my skin is feeling incredibly bleh this is the foundation that I reach for - it really is prefect skin in a tube! This is the other foundation I've repurchased many times - and one I will continue to do so! I really love Laura Mercier foundation offerings (and the tinted moisturiser - perfect to wear on a night shift!) I've definitely got my eye on their newest release - the candleglow!

My final favourite is the newest foundation to my collection - Too Faced Born This Way. Boy was this difficult to get my hands on - after being sold out everywhere pretty much since it's launch for a good few months after I was chomping at the bit to give it a try! I finally managed to get my mitts on it a couple of months ago and I have to say I can see why everyone raves about it! I will admit though, when I first apply this I really don't like it, it seems to sit on the skin looking a bit unnatural but give it a couple of hours to let it sink in and it looks amazing! Seriously flawless coverage - it hides more imperfections than any of the others I included in this post! The only kinda of thing holding this back from being my absolute favourite foundation is the fact that their palest offering is still a smidge too dark for me. Well at least at the moment, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that in the summer (when/if we finally get some sun in England!) that it'll end up matching my skin tone a bit better!

As a self-confessed foundation junkie I'm always on the hunt for a new foundation so please let me know your favourites! Particularly if you're a bit casper-y like I am!


10 homeware buys to update your room

10 homeware buys to update your room



A couple of years ago I completely overhauled my room: a paint colour change, new furniture, the lot (I even posted about it here!)! I still really love the overall look of my room - it's very simplistic and modern-y, everything is white or grey - I wanted my space to be fresh and clean but still with a bit of personality - I didn't want to feel like I was living in a hotel room! But lately I've found myself wanting to spruce up my room just a little - a new throw for my bed, some new decor pieces here and there, you know that feeling I'm sure!

So I've been perusing the interwebs for some new homeware bits and bobs to update my room, give it a little refresh really easily whilst still retaining the general feel. Luckily the whole minimalistic/monochrome style of home decor is really in at the moment so there's lots of inspiration and a tonne of homeware pieces to buy! Talking of inspiration - I've definitely drawn from the blogger trend of adding metallic elements into my room (specifically copper - I don't care how much of a blogger cliche that makes me! Especially when its paired with marble - oooooh!) when looking for new homeware bits - I completely blame the cage lamp that I impulse-bought a couple of months ago (you can see it in this post) - I just love how it looks with the grey/white of the rest of my room!

Now I couldn't go crazy adding to my homeware wishlists without sharing my finds on here could I? The general gist of the pieces that I'm sharing and what I'm loving at the moment is all of the grey/white, a sprinkle of copper and a little marble never hurt anyone! I've discovered so many amazing finds from H&M home (a goldmine of trendy homeware for the high street for sure!) - especially their cushions I need them all!, a few storage bits from paperchase (who knew!) and even George at Asda - they've really stepped up their homeware game and there are some really cute pieces on there!

Well once I've checked out of all these sites that'll be my room all updated decor wise - now there's just that gallery wall to start curating seeing as I've been meaning to get around to it for about a year now! Any suggestions for cute art prints to get me started? Let me know in the comments please!

Share the Love // February 2016

Share the Love // February 2016


I love having a good binge-read (is that a thing? If not I think it should be!) of my Bloglovin' feed, catching up on the fabulous posts that all of the bloggers I follow have written.
I tweeted last week about how much I love spending an hour or so just having some time out and 'me time' dedicated to reading blog posts and commenting - I find that I come away from it so inspired!

After how much I enjoyed writing this format of post last month (you can give that a read here if you fancy!) I was bookmarking all of my favourite posts that I read this past month ready to share in this post! So, here are the posts that I really enjoyed reading from February... 


Please note this is an incredibly narrowed down list - there were so many awesome posts that I read this past month that I wish I could include them all! As you can see I might have sort of 'cheated' a little and sort of collated my fave posts into categories so I ended up sharing a few more posts - you're welcome!

What were your favourite posts that you read/wrote this past month? Leave me links in below please!