In today’s post I’m sharing a video on how I catalogue my book collection using The Bookshelf: Your Virtual Library App. This video/post is not sponsored I found this while searching through Google Play and I have been enjoying using it to catalogue my own personal library, so I thought I would share it with you incase someone else finds it useful.
I can’t believe how fast this year is going, in today’s post I will be sharing with you my ‘Second Quarter’ Reading Challenge Update, how crazy is that, 6 months of the year gone already I can’t believe it.
The first month of this quarter I started off pretty good and I read through ‘The Hunger Games’ pretty quickly, I think it may have been a matter of a couple of weeks and then I moved on to Cassandra Clare’s ‘Infernal Devices’ trilogy. This one I could have finished in a month but I found myself feeling a bit tired and I didn’t feel like reading much. I was going through binge watching TV Show’s faze, still kind of there but anyway my reading for this quarter could have been better but what can I do really, other than try better for the next quarter.
Blackmilk Clothing have been one of my favourite clothing brands for years, They create apparel with unique prints. Many of their prints just speak to my soul, they really have something that everyone will love, whether your a pastels and cutesy kind of person or love more punk or gothic prints they will probably have something for you.
Which is why I’m very excited about sharing this post with you, if you have been reading my blog for a while you might remember that I posted about the Labyrinth Collection from Blackmilk Clothing last year, about a month ago they released a second collection called Labyrinth 2.0.
Other than eyeshadow my other favourite makeup products has to be highlighter, I just love the glow it gives my skin and it can be fun to play with different colours on the high points of my face.
In today’s post I will be reviewing the Smashbox Cosmetics & Vlada Petal Metal Highlighters in ‘Gilded Rose’ and ‘Prismatic Petal’.