Guys, more about I’m almost thirty-four years old. Two weeks tomorrow, health I feel as though it will finally be acceptable to refer to myself as “in my mid-30s” in even my mother’s company. It’s not something I feel particularly bothered by: I’m feeling clear-headed and more comfortable in my own skin than I have done in a long time. Although, viagra buy now we’ve hit the summer months, I really need to switch up how I look after said skin again…
The pre-payday birthday is the one in which I try to ban myself from spending money (other than on the annual traditional of the birthday dress, which this year is this one) so as to give my loved ones a fair shout. That is, if they want to buy me anything, obviously. And since these posts have worked well in the past, I’m just gonna put this out there. Nothing ventured, right?
Playsuit, £39.50, Marks & Spencer | T-shirt, $35, Honey and the Hive | Necklace, £45, Tatty Devine | Headband, £35, Janine Basil | Shoes, £35.99, Iron Fist | Umbrella, £36.50, Kate Spade | Headphones, £35, Skinny Dip | Notebook, £22, Kate Spade
(Post title taken from what is clearly my theme song for the next fortnight.)
PS The first ever Glasgow Style Mile Shopping Festival gets underway today! Just because I don’t get to spend money this week doesn’t mean that you can’t, and there will be a whole programme of events across the city centre over the bank holiday weekend to help you do just that including styling sessions, trend tips, makeup masterclasses, new product demonstrations and special discounts. Find out more on the website or on Facebook.