Asda living wish list

I spend quite a fair bit of my time browsing around shops and some of my favourite things to look at by far is home-ware. However, the town I live in has about four shops that are worth browsing so it's hard to find decent items. One of these shops is Asda and I love everything on the isle for homeware and all that jazz. It then made me want to browse the Asda living site online (of course) to see what else was available. So over the course of this post I will be showing you some of the things I'm loving on the site at the moment, and wishfully thinking of owning a few of these items (as suggested by the title). 
1) Fiesta Cat Print Reversible Duvet Cover- 
Every time I walk past the bedding section in Asda I see this duvet set and I love it. For one, it has cats on it and cats are everything (if you disagree then fight me). Not only is it amazing because of the cats, but just look at them. I have too many duvet sets as it is and with being pregnant I have to try and save as …

Old English Company: World Stationery Day Competition.

Whenever I walk into a shop to browse I always find myself gazing into the wonderful collection of stationery available. I just can't help myself having a look and I think wow there are some great pieces in here. I mean stationery is just one of those things that some people can't resist. Who loves stationery? Wave your notebooks in the air (I'm kidding, they're far too precious for that).
So I recently came across a website called The Old English company who have so many awesome collections, stationery in particular. The stationery on their website includes notebooks, notepads, calendars, gift wrap, tape, planners and more.

The company don't only sell stationery however, they have a vast collection of many other things including home-ware, prints, cards and accessories which I think are pretty cool. The thing that I love the most about these  products is they come with adorable handwritten messages themed with humour, love and motivation.

The Old English Company …

London: An unintentional weekend away.

As some of you may know prior to February I have been to London only twice in my life. One as a stressful day trip mostly spent shopping and rushing around and the other time for a 10 mile charity 'walk out of darkness' to raise money for suicide prevention. Both times it was nice to see somewhere different, but at the same time, incredibly exhausting.
Around the beginning (ish) of February, myself and my husband had some time off before starting our new jobs. We weren't really doing much at this time and so a dear friend of ours, Vicky, suggested we finally go and see her and her flat in London for the Friday and Saturday. My husband had never been to London prior to this time and he was bricking it because the place is known to be super popular and busy and crowds really aren't anyone's cup of tea. 
We arrived into London Euston around 5 and met our friend who took us on a bus trip to Elephant &Castle where she lives. This evening was spent mostly catching u…

Open House: An honest review

Over the time where I have had Netflix I have come across several films that looked like it would be something enjoyable to watch. Sometimes that was the case and the films were amazing. However, there have been several times where I’ve finished watching a film and thought ‘you can’t be serious?’ ‘Was that it?’ ‘What on earth just happened?’ And finally ‘I’ve just wasted 2 hours of my life for that which I will never get back.’
I love finding new things but sometimes it can leave me feeling worse than before! So I thought I would share this film with you that you really wouldn’t want to waste your time on. Please note there will be spoilers in this so if you do decide to watch this film (which you really shouldn't), don’t read any further. 
Open house:
Throughout this whole film you think 'oh yeah this film is getting good' and this thought goes through your head right from the start. The beginning involves your typical tragedy where the father goes to buy some milk and e…

Games I'm digging lately.

It's been a while, I'm sure I always say this (or at least think this) every time I post a new post. Although I'll be honest I haven't really had much time spare these days since starting my new job. With all the travelling to and from work I'm out the house for just under 12 hours each day, then come the weekend I just want to fall asleep all day. I have been keeping myself busy (awake) by alternating between different games that I am into at the moment. I thought I'd share some of these games with you in this post, enjoy!

Destiny 2- crimson days. I haven’t really been playing destiny recently due to the fact I find the second one not so enticing. I absolutely adored first time playing destiny one but then a few months before destiny 2 was due to be released it got a bit repetitive and there was barely anything new to do. So anyway, I was really excited for destiny two, the cinematic trailer made it look really good. Besides the fact the main story is based ar…

17 things 2017 taught me

We are now in the second month of the New Year and I realised I hadn't done a post on anything to do with New Years. Instead of goals etc, I thought I would start this year with what I have learnt from 2017. As they say, better late than never!
1) Cats are the best - For those of you who follow my Instagram and Twitter you may know I have two little fluff balls (Oryx and Nala) that are a pain sometimes but I love them to pieces. I have always wanted cats and when my husband suggested we got our little Oryx it meant the world to me. So towards the end of the year we couldn't resist getting another little fluff ball, who is now our little Nala. They both can be annoying little sods from time to time, especially at 3AM. In December we looked after Lola, my husbands' families jug (Jack Russell/ Pug), which really made me realise that in our current situation I definitely prefer cats!

2) Festivals are awesome - For Christmas 2016 my husband surprised me with tickets to Downloa…