Apologies for the lateness in this blog post. It has been a hell of a busy time lately. I have finally finished and published my kindle book of family dinners that the dog can eat, yay :0) So pleased with it and hopefully everyone will love it. Actually, if I’m hoping for stuff, hopefully people will buy it lol.
The photo above is one of my favourite Makeup forever shadows called Magma, and there is a tutorial coming up. I didn’t love all the ones I bought at IMATS, probably about half of them, but I bought another couple from Debenhams and this is one. Now, if only I could figure out a way to get the empty palettes cause Sephora won’t ship them to UK and even on Ebay it says there is a restriction that means I can’t order. Grrrrr.
This is my last week at work and I can’t wait to get packed up and say my goodbyes and move on. I hate goodbyes and I’m more than ready for the next phase of my life.
I’ve been doing photo shoots and they have taught me so much already. The last one didn’t go great to be honest, but nothing to do with the sweet little pup called Buddy, and everything to do with me not being able to figure out my lighting!
Health wise it’s been a tough few weeks. My sugar has been so out of balance and I’m not sure why. I also feel like this stupid cough that I was left with after the chest infection is getting worse. I’ve got a GP appointment this Thursday evening so will ask about both things and hopefully get some answers or a miracle tincture lol.
I’ve got an optician appointment tomorrow evening that I’m a bit nervous about because it’s to talk about contact lenses. I found out last year that I need glasses – mostly reading glasses but I also have a slight astigmatism. I’ve noticed since having the glasses that I need them more and more. It’s so frustrating when I go to read something and can’t – like ingredients on beauty items or my mobile phone etc. Of course I never have my glasses to hand! The optician has told me about a contact lens that you wear in one eye – the idea is that when you need to read something, the contact lens kicks in, but when you don’t and are looking around, your other eye kicks in. I just can’t get my head round how that will work, but I’m willing to give it a go! The reason I constantly take my glasses off is because if I even walk my hallway with them on it makes me dizzy! Anyone wear one of these lenses? I’ve never worn lenses before and couldn’t even use eye drops until recently. Wish me luck!