Friday, 30 January 2015

My Favourite Bloggers

It's time to share the blogger love and as part of my 2015 Blogging Resolutions, I want to broaden my content. I thought I'd compile my favourite blogs from beauty and fashion to lifestyle, these are the blogs which I read regularly and always look forward to seeing what they're got up their sleeves!

Josie's Journal

1.  Josie's Journal

It's not surprising that Josie features in my favourite bloggers post. This gal is amazing. Her style is awesome and her basics are to die for, and I can just imagine all the cool things she'd pick up on a shopping trip in London. I've learnt so much from her, how to do minimalistic styling, about CF and how to be an all-round good bean.


Ellie's Favourite Things


If there's ever a blog where I have serious photo envy, Ellie's is definitely it. She finds the best vintage and flea markets and her outfits are always so well put together. Plus she's so so lovely, that it's hard not to subscribe to her blog. 


Gingerly Pale


Jessica's blog is a definite one to bookmark. Her in depth book and film reviews are always a winner with me. Throughout all her posts, you can see how level headed she is and I just know she's going to do so well in the future!



Cluttered Closet

Kal's a straight-talking beauty blogger, covering all aspects of skincare, make-up and hair. I adore all her photos, especially the ones with magazine backgrounds, as I've never seen that before. Also her Blogging Tips They Forget To Tell You is a real eye-opener and must-read!

Simply Sarah


Sarah has long been a favourite to read and I know each post is going to be detailed and honest, as well as making me want to buy everything! Mixing in high street beauty with high end, you get the best of both worlds on Sarah's blog. Her photos are so beautiful and something I really want to achieve this year!

Pink Pot

If you ever need any blogging tips as well as the technical side, Chaitra's blog is the one to read. Her tips are so helpful and clear, and you never feel stupid for asking a question in the comments. We've had many conversations in the comments and she's such a lovely person that you can't really not follow her blog!

There's many more favourites, but this blog post would be going on for ever if I listed them all! I hope you enjoyed this post and found a few new blogs to follow.

Thanks for reading,
Rhiannon x

Thursday, 29 January 2015

OOTD: A New Look Dress and H&M Knee High Boots

OOTD: A New Look Dress and H&M Knee High Boots

OOTD: A New Look Dress and H&M Knee High Boots
Coat and Cardigan: Zara
Dress and Scarf: New Look
Boots: H&M

Even though it feels like we're living in the Antarctic (do they ever have summers?) I wore a dress. Admittedly I did have a quite a few layers on underneath, as well as gloves and a hat! T-Shirt style dresses make life so much easier, they're super comfy and you know they won't ride up because of the static on your tights. I've worn this one throughout spring, summer, autumn and winter, so it's such a versatile and basic dress and I'd recommend this to everyone.  

I was lucky enough to receive this scarf from my friend Kamila as a present, and it's been well used since Christmas! I love the alternative sides, one black and white and the other blue and green tartan, it can turn around any outfit. Besides the print, it doubles up as a blanket which is handy for when my boss turns the heating off and opens a few windows (just why?)

What do you think of this outfit? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Beauty: My Favourite Eyeshadow Palette

MUA Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette

When it comes to make up, I'll be shopping on the high street and saving my pennies for high end skincare. There's so many great dupes in drugstores at half the price of the real thing, that you never actually need to spend that much. 

MUA come under the affordable category, with some amazing alternatives to high end products. Their Undress Me Too is one of many eyeshadow palettes I have from the, but by far the best and most used.

MUA Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette

If I'm just going for a daytime look, I'll sweep 1. (Lavish) all over my lid, with a small amount of 3. (Reveal) in the inner corners and blend a tiny bit of  5. (Obsessed) in the outer corners. There's not many matte shades in this palette, three actually, but Lavish is definitely my favourite. Great for adding a touch of definition but not too in your face either.

And when day turns to night... I'll go all out on the nude smoky eye. I'll start off by blending  4. (Wink) all across my lid, adding a touch of 2. (Exposed) in the center, just for some extra shimmer and colour. Then I'll add 3. in the inner corners and define the outer corners with 5. on an angled brush. I'll also take a little of 4. on an small eyebrow or eyeliner brush just under my eyes on the lower lashline, although I'll stop halfway because any further just makes my eyes droop and look tired!

What do you think of the palette? Have you tried any MUA products before? 

Thanks for reading,
Rhiannon x

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Instagram: NOTD, New Jumper and an OOTD

We're finally making our way our of January, and I am so glad! Even though January signals a 'new start, new me' it's just one of those months that gets you down. Weather is rubbish, having to pick up at work from a few weeks off at Christmas and generally wishing you weren't in the office until 5:30pm on a Friday night...

Embellished Jumper from Tesco

Even though I'm on a sort of spending ban, I couldn't resist this £5 (?!) embellished jumper from the Tesco sale. Grey sweaters are my weakness, and the jewels mean I can wear it at work! Good job all round. 

Nails Of The Day with OPI and Barry M

A new NOTD still reminiscing over Christmas sparkle and glitter. I used a dark purple OPI nail polish ( I think it's Black Cherry Chutney) and painted one layer of Barry M Diamond to create a starry night sky. Totally intentional of course.

London and The Shard View

And here's another view! Since becoming a blogger, I've become snap happy and basically take photos of everything that interests me or just looks pretty. I caught this view when coming out of Blackfriars station last week and couldn't resist getting a picture of it!

TIGI Small Talk and Foxy Curls

I posted a review of the TIGI Small Talk and Foxy Curl products on my blog last week. They smell amazing. Like a sweet shop! Plus they do everything they say on the tin. 

OOTD Fluffy Coat and High Waisted Jeans

And yesterday I was obsessing absorbed by my new ASOS jeans. High waisted. Dark blue. Super skinny. The perfect pair of jeans to mark all jeans. I also cooed over a new Primark buy too!

What's been your highlight this week? Let me know :)
Rhiannon x 


Saturday, 24 January 2015

OOTD: New Cropped T-Shirt and Jeans

OOTD Primark Cropped T-Shirt and ASOS High Waisted Jeans

OOTD Primark Cropped T-Shirt and ASOS High Waisted Jeans
Coat and Top; Primark
Jeans: ASOS
Shoes: Converse
Bag: H&M

Instead of doing the usual haul, I thought I'd show you two new purchases in an OOTD! I could probably wear this outfit to death, and would still be if they didn't need washing... The Primark top I found on my lunch break (so dangerous being a 5 min walk from Oxford Street) and it was total love at first stripe. I think it was £8 and is made from a kinda thick ribbed material so it can work for all seasons. 

The second purchase are the ASOS Ridley Skinny Jeans in Della Dark Wash. M&S has always been a firm favourite for picking up my favorite black skinny jeans, but ASOS jeans have always done me well and I've found them to be great quality. They're a thick but stretchy material (but not the type you know will stretch and never bounce back) and a in gorgeous dark blue. The best part is the high waisted style, as I've never owned a high waisted pair of jeans before. And man are they great! If it's hard to tell, I'm pretty besotted with these jeans. 

What do you think of this outfit? Have you found your perfect pair of jeans? Let me know!

Rhiannon x

Thursday, 22 January 2015

Review: TIGI Bed Head Small Talk and Foxy Curls

Review: TIGI Bed Head Small Talk and Foxy Curls

It's not often that I feature haircare on my blog, but I received these way back at Christmas (feels like a lifetime ago now!) and I've basically fallen in love with them. Bit of hair-stylie background, I have wavy-ish hair that I like to keep in pretty good condition, even if it does get a little frizzy sometimes. Along side these products, I'll use a hair oil and heat protection spray and sometimes a smoothing balm if I'm feeling a little fancy...

Review: 
I've never used any TIGI Bed Head products before so I don't know whether this is the same for all products, but they smell so sweet! It's a pleasant sweet scent that does linger on your hair after using them. Both have a pump, which is so so handy compared to pots or pour bottles.

Small Talk primarily adds body and volume to hair, whilst also defining and controlling. This stuff is amazing. Not that my hair needs any help in the volume department, but using just a little pump of this and my hair is ready to go. I can imagine people with thinner hair would love this product too, as it doesn't leave the hair looking heavy or any product reside, but just lifts it that little bit. 

But Foxy Curls is definitely my favourite of the two. Anything that can control and define my curls is a winner. This one has a slightly different texture, more like a gel, and is so easy to work into your hair without leaving a sticky mess! It adds the shine that I like in curls and holds them too. All in all, it's a great all rounder for adding texture and definition to curls!

What do you think of these two products? Have you tried Bed Head before?

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

OOTD: That Aztec Skirt and Grey T-Shirt

OOTD: That Aztec Skirt and Grey T-Shirt via Everything But The Kitchen Sink

OOTD: That Aztec Skirt and Grey T-Shirt via Everything But The Kitchen Sink

OOTD: That Aztec Skirt and Grey T-Shirt via Everything But The Kitchen Sink

Coat and T-Shirt: Primark
Cardigan: New Look
Skirt and Boots: Topshop
Necklace: Accessorize

So I've finally combined my two favourite fashion items! I wore this a few weeks ago for a few drinks with friends, and just fancied wearing something casual but still dressy. As I've explained in many posts, this skirt has probably been my favourite purchase of 2014 and will continue to be in 2015. I paired it with a new necklace that I got for Christmas and I'm already obsessed with the simplicity of it. Layering jewellery seems to be a trend this year and I'm totally on board, although it's such a pain when it gets all tangled up!

What do you think of this outfit?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x


Sunday, 18 January 2015

Instagram: Cupcakes, Stylist Magazine and a View

Positive Minds, Positive Vibes, Positive Life from Pinterest

Even though the weather is rubbish (yes I really did say that typical British thing!) and it's so dark all the time, January is actually pretty good at the moment. I personally think that it's all about what attitude you have and I'm always in awe of those people who are constantly positive and upbeat, so it's a sort of mid-month resolution to stay a little more positive

bareMinerals Active Cell Renewal Night Serum

A new favourite skincare product has landed. I mentioned this product in my New In: bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit post and have definitely fallen in love with it! All my dry patches have gone, my skin is quite clear now and it's generally a great product. Highly recommend it.

Stylist Magazine London

Last Tuesday marked the first 2015 issue of the Stylist Magazine. If you don't get one, they have a download on the Newsstand on smart phones so you can always read it from there. Each week they have thought out features, great fashion spreads and in depth beauty reviews, it usually lasts me the journey home!

Red Velvet Cupcake from Hummingbird

Friday treat days in London can be dangerous. Hummingbird Bakery is literally round the corner from me, and every week it's so tempting to get a cupcake (or two...) Last week I caved in and picked up my fave: Red Velvet, it's just too good!

A View

'Pink sky at night, shepards delight' is what my mum always says! This photo definitely doesn't do it justice either. I took it from the top floor of the cinema in my local town and you can see across the town and towards the fields. Local beauty at its best!

What's been your highlight this week? 
Rhiannon x


Saturday, 17 January 2015

OOTD: Back To Work Featuring Jack Wills

OOTD: Back To Work Featuring Jack Wills

OOTD: Back To Work Featuring Jack Wills

OOTD: Back To Work Featuring Jack Wills

OOTD: Back To Work Featuring Jack Wills
Coat: Warehouse
Jumper and Scarf: New Look
Dress: Jack Wills
Shoes: Clarks
Necklace: New Look

Is it kind of weird that I was looking forward to wearing my brogues back at work again? They're just too comfy. This outfit is probably best described as my 'inner geek' it just reminds me so much of a librarian style! But it was so warm...

I actually got this dress in the January sales, at Jack Wills of all places. On the same level as Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch, it's not a shop I always visit or have an urge to see what they've got in stock but I saw they had quite a good sale on. I think it was down from £50-something to £34, so a fair discount as it's super thick wool fabric, which'll last me an age. It's that great just-above-the-knee length but not so long that I look like I'm from the Victorian period. Plus it has pockets. Enough said?

What do you think of this outfit? Let me know in the comments!
Rhiannon x


Thursday, 15 January 2015

Review: Girl Online by Zoe Sugg

Girl Online by Zoe Sugg Review

Girl Online by Zoe Sugg Review
Girl Online by Zoe Sugg

As mentioned in my previous Christmas: Lifestyle and Odds and Ends Presents post, I asked for the Girl Online book by Zoe Sugg for Christmas. 

It was the fastest selling debut novel by any UK writer, which can be explained through her millions of adoring followers and general (and scarily massive) presence on the internet. She was criticised for not writing the book entirely by herself, but having the help of a ghostwriter. Ironically, she named the ghostwriter in her acknowledgements, but that's her choice and if I was in that situation I would have been more open about the process of writing the book, but again, that's her choice. Now on to the review!


Plot: In short, Penny is an anonymous  blogger and uses her blog to talk about her feelings, relationships, school etc. Then her family take a trip to New York where she meets Noah, but his secret threatens Penny's blog and friendships, and I think you can work out the rest from there! 

Review: With any teen and chic-lit book, they're something enjoyable and relaxing to read. It was an enjoyable book to read, and I liked seeing something that features blogging and internet hate, because they're only just being picked up by the press an public. 

Personally, I feel like more time and care could've been taken into writing it, as it did feel rushed and slightly clumsy at times. I know fiction is suppose to be just that, fiction, but the character Noah just seemed too perfect, as well as their relationship and you're left thinking "Could that really happen though?" The characters themselves were well thought out and of course I loved the references to the places and shops in Brighton!

Overall, it is a good read for young people and teens. It draws you into their relationship and immerses you deeply into the book, as all novels should do. I'm curious to see what the second book will be, whether it'll be a sequel or another online-influenced book.


What do you think of this book review? Have you read it yourself? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x


Tuesday, 13 January 2015

New In: bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit

bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit

bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit
bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit 

I swear all high-end make up brands have now started doing skincare ranges! Even though I'm yet to try any other brands, I was fortunate to receive this as a Christmas gift and thought I'd share it with you.

I can only find a link on SalonSkincare for the actual kit, but you can purchase the individual items at Debenhams. The kit includes a day and night 30 day size trio for youthful skin. All formulas are infused with ActiveSoil Complex, which is just an innovative combination of  active minerals with skin-renewing benefits (fancy). Basically, I should have softer, smoother and younger-looking skin by the end of the month!

bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit Purifying Facial Cleanser

The Purifying Facial Cleanser, works just like any other cleanser to lift away impurities and can be used day and night. It's said to increase hydration and produce a brighter complexion for overall healthier-looking skin.

Once massaged into the skin, it creates a creamy foamy lather and has a distinctive essential oils scent, so try not to get this in your eyes! And it is suitable for all types of skin. 

bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit Purely Nourishing Moisturiser

Used in conjunction with the above cleanser, the Purely Nourishing Moisturiser provides the ideal amount of hydration every morning and evening and is suitable for combination skin. This cream also claims to increase firmness, elasticity, radiance and skin texture, that's a whole lot of claims!

Again, it has the ActiveSoil Complex and essential oils scent, which isn't too overpowering but leaves your skin feeling refreshed. The cream sinks very well into the skin and doesn't leave it feeling tacky or greasy at all, just smoother and softer.

bareMinerals Youth Revealed Kit Active Cell Renewal Night Serum

Now for the product I'm most looking forward to using! I was only introduced to the wonders of serums last summer, and am yet to find my perfect one. This product is said to reveal firmer, healthy and younger-looking skin after catching my all-important beauty sleep. 

Despite its oily form, the Active Cell Renewal Night Serum surprisingly doesn't leave my skin feeling oily. Sinking into my skin and leaving it feeling super soft, I think I'm really going to love this product. Also because the pipet reminds me of science in secondary school!


There may be more in depth reviews in the future, but I thought I'd share this if anyone were looking for new skincare products to try! Let me know your thoughts on these products in the comments.


Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x


Sunday, 11 January 2015

Top 5 Office Inspiration Pins

There's nothing better than scrolling through Pinterest, pinning all your favourite OOTD's, beauty tips and, my main indulgence, inspiration for 'My Dream House'. I've recently been collecting more office style pins, and thought I'd share my top 5.

Top 5 Office Inspiration Pins

I love how minimal and clean this office is, just something simple where you can go to and be creative. The motivational quotes are another indulgence of mine, I've spent many times just feeling like my blog is going nowhere but if it's what makes me happy, I shouldn't stop. I also like the green plant on the table, it adds some colour and it's something fun to watch grow!

Top 5 Office Inspiration Pins

More rustic and something I'd call 'earthy', but the green and orange primary colours and accessories really brighten the room up. Plus those storage shelves and draws are to die for! You'll probably soon be able to see that I really like the wall moodboards, I'd add tons of photos, quotes, magazine covers etc. and basically cover the whole thing!

Top 5 Office Inspiration Pins

First up, how cool is that wallpaper?! And the lamp is so pretty. I'm a fairly tidy person (you know what they say, tidy desk tidy mind!) and my room is littered with little boxes to the massive boxes, but they're all under my bed or stored away, so I'd love to get a few patterned one to have out.


Another super tidy office! The main draw to this picture is obviously the image-desk. I think it's such an inspired idea and perfect for adding a bit of colour and texture to your office. Offices which have shelving all around also make it feel so cosy and private, somewhere where you can take time out.



Top 5 Office Inspiration Pins

Eeek, twinkling lights and a massive moodboard! This is practically how I'd love my office to look like. Tons of storage and stationary, somewhere to play music and a uber fluffy carpet - is this even real?!

This has definitely inspired me, and one day my office will look like this!
What's your favourite pin? 

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon xx

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Review: Real Techniques Limited Edition Nic's Picks

Real Techniques Limited Edition Nic's Picks Review

Real Techniques Limited Edition Nic's Picks Review

One of the cult make up brushes brand on the market at the moment. I'm pretty sure every beauty addict owns at least one of the Real Techniques brushes by now! Hand-cut and synthetic brushes, they're beautifully crafted and reasonably priced for the average person. 

I'll review each brush individually (because we all want to know the details!) and which ones are my favourites. Two are already part of the Real Techniques collection, along with three new limited edition brushes. I previously did a mini review of the Core Collection here.

Real Techniques Limited Edition Nic's Picks Review
Duo-Fiber Face Brush and Cheek Brush

These two are my two most used out of Limited Edition Nic's Picks and probably the most versatile also. I'll use the Duo-Fiber Face Brush to dust my powder on top of my foundation and maybe a bit of bronzer if I'm feeling fancy! I'm yet to be wowed by it (tons of reviews and bloggers seem to love it!) so I'll be giving this another go, but so far so good.

The Cheek Brush is my favourite brush from this collection. mainly because its bristles are quite dense and short, so it feels like it's applying more product to my face rather than just a light dusting. I've been using this for blusher (obvs), highlighter and also a little contour, because it's well shaped and narrow on the top, you can really get some definition going.


Real Techniques Limited Edition Nic's Picks Review
Angled Shadow Brush, Base Shadow Brush and Eyeliner Brush.

Generally I'll use eyeshadow when I've got a special event or if I'm just going out, but these three have got a lot of use over the Christmas period!

The Angled Shadow Brush is perfect for fitting into the crease of your eye and applying a darker shadow for definition. It basically does what it says on the tin, but I reckon you could also double it up as a normal eye shadow brush if you're travelling on limited space. Plus it's pretty nice for blending (we all know how much we love to blend our eye make up!)

Probably the most wanted eye make up brush from the Real Techniques collection, and annoyingly never sold as a single product. I'd imagine the Base Shadow Brush would be a similar dupe for the MAC 217, great all-rounder for applying eyeshadow with minimal drop and picks up and applies the product like a pro.

Another versatile brush, the Eyeliner Brush I've been reaching more for my brows than actual eyeliner. I have a few eyebrow shadow kits, but they all come with those silly little brushes, so I've been waiting for this brush for a while! The small and dense bristles mean that you can achieve a sharp line with your eyeliner and mimic eyebrow hairs when applying powder to the brows. A little nifty brush with so many uses!

What do you think of these brushes? What's your favourite Real Techniques brush? Let me know in the comments!

Rhiannon x
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Thursday, 8 January 2015

OOTD: Burgundy Top and Aztec Skirt aka Christmas Day Outfit

OOTD: Burgundy Top and Aztec Skirt aka Christmas Day Outfit

OOTD: Burgundy Top and Aztec Skirt aka Christmas Day Outfit
Jumper: New Look
Tip: Hollister
Skirt: Topshop

Phew, Christmas seems like ages ago now! But I'm already reliving the present unwrapped, pigs in blankets and 3 HOUR Monopoly game through this OOTD. We all tend to go smart/casual on Christmas Day. A dress is too fancy, but trackie bottoms or ripped jeans is too casual, so all hail the mighty Aztec Skirt! I told you it wasn't going any where soon. 

To get in the festive mood, I paired my burgundy top with a forest green jumper. And I also put on a pair of Christmas tree earrings after I took this photo! The top is ribbed and uber soft, so it's really comfortable for wearing and actually fairly warm. 

Some people don't really think beyond the ridiculously priced hoodies and tracksuit bottoms at Hollister, but their basics are really great quality. That is if you can actually see in the shop! Either the don't know whether the light switch is or can't afford light bulbs. And this outfit wouldn't be complete with my new slippers I got from my sister for Christmas - aren't they cute?! 

What do you think of this OOTD? What did you wear on Christmas Day?

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Review: The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything Review

The first blockbuster of the year is always exciting to see. You've just come round from the slumber of Christmas and still reliving your New Years Day hangover (aren't we all) so there's nothing like a good old trip to the cinema.

If you're like me, and haven't got a lot of knowledge on Stephen Hawking besides his famous book, then you'll be just fine. More than the story behind his career as a world famous physicist, the backbone of the film is his life with his first wife, Jane Wilde Hawking. 

As the film is based on her memoir, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, it documents their first meeting in Cambridge to divorce. It's a poignant yet realistic adaptation of their life together. Even though a two hour film can never justify the physical and emotional journey they encountered in their marriage, it gives just a little insight into what life is really like for Stephen Hawking. 

Obviously recognition has to go to Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones for their astounding performances. Eddie was clearly devoted to playing Stephen to a T, in which he gained approval from the man himself (I also read somewhere that Stephen gave Warner Bros permission to use his copyrighted voice!) Felicity Jones also presented Jane's highs and lows in a inspirational manner, which is why I won't be surprised if the film wins a collection of awards this year.

Have you seen The Theory of Everything? What do you think of it? Let me know in the comments!

Rhiannon x

Sunday, 4 January 2015

Instagram: Christmas, 2014 and New Years

It's still pretty strange thinking we're in 2015, 2006 still feels like yesterday. With the new year in mind, I feel a lot more motivated to dedicate more time into my blog, as mentioned in my 2015 Blogging Resolutions, and generally put 110% into everything instead of just a half-hearted 80%.

Instagram: RhiannonBlog London Blackfriars

I took this a few days before Christmas, and I am actually looking forward to going back to work and London. Getting back into a routine and busy workloads stops me from watching episode after episode of Friends, whilst eating the last of the chocolate and making my own boyfriend

Instagram: RhiannonBlog Christmas Tree 2014

Rather than our usual massive Christmas tree, we opted for a slimmer version which suited the room quite well! We took our decorations down yesterday, as Christmas is officially over in our household too :( Bah humbug!

Instagram: RhiannonBlog Top Things That Happened in 2014

I uploaded my Top Things That Happened in 2014 last week. I know these posts make their way through the blogging community, but it's that time of year for reflection, being grateful for all the things that happened that year and looking forward to the year ahead. You can read my post here - it does get quite emotional!

Instagram: RhiannonBlog New Years Eve

I've never been a fan of New Years Eve. It just gets hyped up every year and there's so much pressure to do something, even if we'd all rather be at home in our PJs eating Christmas food! This time I just went for a drink with a few friends and had a laugh - no pressure at midnight either, just tequila shots all round!

Instagram: RhiannonBlog New Year

Okay, so now 361 new days and new chances. But still. I've decided 2015 will be the year that I remember with the greatest, funnest, funniest and just bestest (yes I made that word up) year I'll ever have. After all, it won't come around again!


What's been your highlight this week? Who's looking forward to the New Year?

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x

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