What I have 'learnt' since turning 30....
- Hazel Butterfield
- 04 February 2016
They always say that you get serious and have more or a mature and calm outlook on life in your 30's. That you know what is more important. Your priorities are more rational and focused. With claims of "Ooh I'd never go back to my 20's, but if only I could tell my 20-something self what I know now". I'm not convinced.
Restaurants in the sky/Cocktails in the clouds.
- Hazel Butterfield
- 02 February 2016
I have a few 'things' that I get very excited about, but undeniably, tall buildings are really big on my list. It's a rarity that I go to a city/country and not go up any of the buildings on the list. In fact they don't even have to be on the list, a good view and a cocktail oppo and that's me sold.
There's just something about being up there and watching the world below from a unique birdseye view and taking in the vastness of city skylines, the squillions of windows, buildings mid-construction, all of it. I love it.
Who's braved it and got through Dry January?
Personally, mine has been a rather wet one. But with the amount of birthday's I have to contend with (including my own), it is never an option. But so many people were doing it this year. It's getting so popular. Is it just the most do-able option for attempting to lose the Christmas seasons' winter layer or are we becoming more health conscious?
My latest beauty finds and long-time favourites still making the cut. Tried, tested, loved & made to look pretty in my bathroom.
You may have gathered from my various other posts or from my ramblings on my show... I love a bargain. I also love my skin. I've cleansed, toned and moisturised since I was 12 and since the serum takeover (10 years ago-ish) I haven't gone without one of those little beauts either. I lather my body in lotion at least once a day and make my own body scrubs.
Don't be conned by websites offering too good to be true offers.
All these websites, living social, gogroopie and wowcher are well and good but they are not always as good as they sound. I takes 2 seconds to put the product in to google/Amazon and see how much it really is in the open market. Not forgetting the cheeky little postage costs that can sting you.
My featured artist of the week: Brian Royer. THE Breakfast Presenter aka @Royerism @FM1FMRadio.
Some of you may already know Brian Royer and his ever popular show weekdays 7-10am. But I decided to find out more, who's the guy behind the mike? I was lucky enough to have a chat with him over tea and biscuits (Tea Pigs and Oreo Crunch) in a Top Secret location ( I could tell you but then where's the mystery?).