My 2017/18 Winter faves

Hey lovelies,

It’s been a while since I’ve found enough favourites to do a months worth, so I thought I’d do a seasonal one for Winter.

Over the Winter months, I’ve discovered quite a few different things I’ve enjoyed.

My Winter favourites

My Google Keep App –

Google Keep Notes

I use google keep for lists, notes & reminders, I have it on my phone & my laptop, it’s a life saver, I use it everyday for one thing or another, me & Richard both use it, we have a shared shopping list on there so we can both add stuff to the shopping list so, when whoever (usually Richard) goes town can get what’s needed. Over christmas last year it was so helpful, I used it for present lists, food lists, card lists & party lists, it helped me keep track of everything over christmas.

Maple & bacon crisps  –

Maple & Bacon Tortilla Rolls

We only seem to see these around Christmas time, they taste delicious, I don’t know if they’re available now but they are so good, M&S do some amazing flavours.

Salt spray –

Salt SprayI discovered this last christmas & I really wish I had a before & after pic of what this does for my hair. This gives my hair a truly amazing look, it says to spray it on towel dried hair but I find that I get the best results if my hair is a little wetter than that. My hair is naturally curly, especially underneath, that’s where my hair curls the best, the top hair goes wavy & tends to frizz but this gives the top part of my hair more defined curls, it’s the best thing I’ve found for my hair to look like it’s supposed to.

Plantur 39 shampoo & conditioner –

Plantur 39

I started using this shampoo & conditioner late last year, I noticed last year that my hair feels thinner than it used to & I wanted to look after it more, I seen this & thought I would give it a try, I’m so glad I did. Firstly I used the one for thin & brittle hair, it was good but after switching to the one for colour treated hair, I’ve noticed that my hair feels a lot softer & feels & looks in better condition. It’s not the cheapest at £7 & £9 a bottle but last year I decided that if there’s something that’s going to help me or make my life easier & I want it, then I’m going to pay the extra for it.

This Christmas song –

I want a hippopotamus for Christmas by Gayla Peevey. This song makes me so happy & gives me a warm fuzzy feeling every time I hear it.

The voice reader on my blog –

Since discovering this it has made proof reading my blog posts easier, faster & funnier.

Works myHr self-development web page –

Here’s my last blog post, it gives all the info about the page – What I found I have access to at work has made me feel excited for the next 12 months at work.

There’s not as many as my past favourites & I’m sure I’ve forgotten some but here’s the main ones.

I hope you have an amazing week.

Bye for now.


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