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20 Oct 2014

Burts Bees Sensitive Facial Towelettes

Hello Lovelies, 

Every skincare guru may cringe every time someone praises face wipes but I firmly believe that they have their own time and place. End of.

I have to rely on them quite often if I am rushing between jobs or pulling an all nighter on site then in to client visits. Let’s not even forget how handy they are for travel and festivals.

As they are a staple in my facial arsenal, the sensitive towelettes from Burts Bees are packed with Cotton extract to soften the skin, Rice extract to moisturise your skin and Aloe to calm it. These are 3 things I certainly benefit from, when using the wipes.

Not only are they super kind to my skin, they can handle removing a full face of long wear make up, heavy eye make up and lippie. They are very refreshing on the skin for freshening up.

The pack also has a very feint, pretty greyscale design of a flower on it, my photos haven't picked this up at all! Boo!

The wipes come in a huge bumper resealable 30 pack priced at £5.99 and available from Burts Bees directly HERE

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19 Oct 2014

Our 8th Wedding Anniversary

Hello Lovelies, 

Today is a special day in Tramp Towers. It is our 8th wedding anniversary. 

We may have been together for 13yr, but 8yrs ago today, I married my best friend. I love him so much, I've married him twice after we renewed our vows in Las Vegas with Elvis.

He brings out the very best in me and is the perfect compliment to my very being and I couldn't imagine my life without him.

Paul, I love you more than salty chips.

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17 Oct 2014

Food Friday : Secret Dinner at The Herb Garden, Newcastle

On Monday, Paul and I attended the Herb Garden’s Secret Dinner. The theme was Mexican – arriba!


The Herb Garden is a relatively new addition to the Newcastle food scene, making base in the renovated railway arches that once lay empty (Actually I’m pretty sure it was home to an exhaust fitting garage!). Entering passed the giant horse on roller skates, you are greeted by a chic industrially decorated restaurant. Highly polished concrete floors are coupled with rough wood tables and bar top and the lining of the arches has remained. The wine glasses and linen at each place setting pulls it back together as a restaurant rather than a bar diner.