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Christmas/End of year giveaway!

25 comments Monday, November 30, 2009

For a bit of fun/thank you for wasting your life by reading this blog- I'm doing a Christmas/End of year giveaway (As if that wasnt plainly obvious by the title.

Not quite sure how to describe the prize.. Let's just say it's a basket of goodies with a little bit of everything that's beautiful, interesting, fun, alluring, cute, lovely, sweet smelling, delicious tasting, eye catching and all things awesome.

As it gets closer to the competition deadline, I'll post a couple of sneak peeks into the goody basket so keep checking back.

TO ENTER: 'Follow' this blog with Google Friend Connect (it's over there --->) and then just leave a comment saying anything at all :)

You can enter as many times as you like. Feel free to tell your friends so they can enter too and have a chance to win.

Competition closes December 15th!

Good luck everyone, I wish you could all win :) 


First item revealed: A loverly vintage black clutch purse.. sourced from the wonders of Surry Hills! (photo coming soon) 

Second item: A copy of Mia Freedman's book 'Mama Mia; a memoir of mistakes, magazines and motherhood'. 


Third item: Some delicious marshmallow scented bath goodies :)

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maybe it's a good idea to re-read before you publish.

4 comments Sunday, November 29, 2009

You can definitely tell when either a high school work experience kid has written a story, or when the sub editors were under the influence of unnamed substances..

Pay particular attention to the text in bold.

THE heavily pregnant owner of this vehicle thought her own water was going to break as she watched the family car being buried by a freak flood.

The Hyundai XL was parked in Quinns Rocks yesterday morning when a water pipe burst, sending hundreds of kilolitres of water gushing down Camira Way. 
Samantha Sandilands, 20, who is due to give birth in eight days, stared in horror as her car slowly disappeared under a torrent of rubble.

``The first thing I thought was `I hope I don't go into labour','' she said. ` ``But as long as I could get across the road, I knew I could get to the police car parked up the road and get to the hospital.

``I was really stressed and told the police I might go into labour, so they hung around and offered me a lift to the hospital if needed.

``I thought my water might have broken.''

She described it as ``a waterfall coming down the road''.

``It was similar to Bells Rapids (on the Swan River at Brigadoon),'' she said. ``We went to bed and it was still flowing.''

Her partner, Matt Young, 21, said he was woken by a policeman knocking on his door about 1am.

``I didn't know what was going on,'' he said. ``I came out and there was a wall of water down the road.

``As I got to the letterbox, I was knee-deep in water.

``I managed to wade out to the car and managed to save the baby seat out of it, that's about all we got.

``I was in complete disbelief. I did not know what to do. I was in shock.'

I think this article needs to be subbed. 

Story from
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i have to admit, it's getting better.

3 comments Friday, November 27, 2009
Julie from Masterchef appears on the cover of the latest issue of Women's Weekly. I'm pleased to report that she is much less photoshopped than last time.

Look, she has eye wrinkles and she's actually recognisable this time!

The Weekly must be trying to make up for all the disastrous photoshopping catastrophes in the world because they featured Sarah Murdoch on the cover of last months issue- "all natural".

Sure,*some* of this photo is non photoshopped- but I'm a bit suspicious about her teeth.. they look a bit too brilliantly white.
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a hint of lovely.

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good old Johnny.

Regardless of political opinion and which way you swing- you can't deny that this photo isn't amusing.

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gifts and giveaways :)

3 comments Thursday, November 26, 2009
Today in the mail I received a Frankie Magazine 2010 Calendar. The lovely Amanda from Here Comes The Sun ran a giveaway last week and I was lucky enough to win :) The calendar has the most beautiful illustrations and layout- it's so very cute.

Anyway, anyway. I thought this was an appropriate time to announce that I'm going to have a Christmas/end of year type giveaway on 'shut up, vita'. I'll post more details next week and give you the opportunity to enter.

I haven't put the whole thing together but it's going to be a little basket full of exciting goodies. I promise it will be good and not a seedy little thing :P

I feel a bit bad about only one person being able to win so maybe I will have a 2nd prize too :)

So keep checking back for details and your opportunity to enter!
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italian love.

3 comments Monday, November 23, 2009
My lovely friend Emma is currently overseas in Italy working as an Au Pair.
(For those who don't know, an Au Pair is basically like being a Nanny and looking after the children of a family)

The little girl that she looks after is called Sveva and she said this to Emma recently: "I love you Emma. Can I hold please your hand? Your hand is very important in my world little and big, Emma. Big because you are 10years more big of me, but you are little of age"

Is that not the most beautiful thing in the world?

Emma also took this photo and I loved it so much I decided to share it with all of you :)

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How much information is too much information?


I think this article from The Daily Telegraph, probably sheds a bit too much information than what we'd like to hear...

A WOMAN with a medical condition that gives her 300 orgasms a day has found a man of her dreams after she wore out a string of boyfriends.

Michelle Thompson, who suffers from Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome, thought she was just too demanding for men and would never find the man of her dreams.

But she has been with her neighbour Andrew Carr, 32, for the past six months and he's as keen for sexual intercourse as she is and they make love 10 times a day.

Michelle's rare condition means she always craves sex and can climax at any time anywhere.

She even had to quit a job in a biscuit factory because the machines kept setting her off.

"I know I'm lucky to have so many orgasms when there are women who have never had one. But the condition has ruined my love life," she said.

Michelle's first boyfriend bowed out after a few months saying he couldn't keep up with her demands. And over the years several others gave up - with one telling her he was a man not a machine.

She dated one man for five years but "by the time we broke up, he was exhausted, he left as a defeated man".

Then in May she met Andrew, who is divorced, who lives over the road in Nelson, Lancashire, England.

"I did worry that he would grow tired of me like everyone else, but when I told him he laughed and said he would burn me out first," she said.

Am I the only person that's thinking, okay cool- that's great for you and your private life but there's no need for it to be published in a tabloid.

The main thing that puzzles me about this article is how the "news story" came to the attention of the reporter. I mean, Michelle isn't a celebrity or public figure and there's been no medical miracle story in this at all. It's simply about some random woman who is finally content with her bedroom life.

Must have been a very slow news day.

(If she has 300 per day, this is approximately 12.5 per hour. And just as she thought she was finally drifting off to sleep...!)
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The Twilight craze is decreasing the intelligence of the human race.

13 comments Saturday, November 21, 2009

Twilight. You either love it or you hate it with a passion.

I hate it. I just don't see what the appeal in it is.

I got given the first Twilight book for Christmas from my father (who was unaware of the psychotic vampire wannabe teen cult that's taking place). I figured that since it was a gift, I should probably try and read it and then maybe form a proper reason to hate it.

So I read about 18 pages of it. 18 pages too long to know that it was absolute crap. But it's not really the poor writing or dialogue that I hate.

I hate the teenage kids that now *think* that they are vampires. The way some of these kids behave, it's like they've been in some brainwashing cult. Can they not distinguish the difference between real life and fantasy, Fact and fiction? No. They honestly believe that they drink blood, run around after midnight, can't go near garlic and that biting your girlfriend on the neck is perfectly normal social behaviour.

Now, I'm not saying that people can't enjoy books or film a step higher than usual, because we see Harry Potter fans dressing up for film premiere's and writing themselves fake letters from Hogwarts etc. But this seems to be a different type of fandom, an "all in good fun" type of behaviour. Not an "I'm going to kill you and drink your blood" type of fandom.

And as for the girls that are absolutely CONVINCED that Edward Cullen and themselves are destined to be together forever, seriously- do you have a brain stem? He's a fictional character! He's not real! It's almost exactly the same as the ones that are focused on making Robert Pattinson their boyfriend- he's a celebrity, probably about 8 years older than you are, and lets not forget the tiny detail that you two haven't actually met and probably never will meet.

It's getting to the point of being ridiculous. If you're so obsessed with blood being sucked out of your body, go donate blood to the Red Cross.

Where do you guys stand? Love it or hate it?
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Earth Song.

2 comments Wednesday, November 18, 2009
No matter how much people try to deny and ignore issues such as global warming etc, we can't ignore the amount of destruction we're causing with pollution, deforestation and war. It's so sad and horrible that we can destroy this beautiful earth we live on so easily.

Michael Jackson wrote a song in 1995 'Earth Song', which is more relevant than ever at the present day. The world's a beautiful place and we're ruining it. We need to fix it.


Watching this music video gives me goosebumps. Amazing but shocking images. The lyrics carry such meaning and a powerful message.

Earth Song

What about sunrise
What about rain
What about all the things
That you said we were to gain.. .
What about killing fields
Is there a time
What about all the things
That you said was yours and mine...
Did you ever stop to notice
All the blood we've shed before
Did you ever stop to notice
The crying Earth the weeping shores?

Aaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaah

What have we done to the world
Look what we've done
What about all the peace
That you pledge your only son...
What about flowering fields
Is there a time
What about all the dreams
That you said was yours and mine...
Did you ever stop to notice
All the children dead from war
Did you ever stop to notice
The crying Earth the weeping shores

Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaah

I used to dream
I used to glance beyond the stars
Now I don't know where we are
Although I know we've drifted far

Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaaah
Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaaah

Hey, what about yesterday
(What about us)
What about the seas
(What about us)
The heavens are falling down
(What about us)
I can't even breathe
(What about us)
What about the bleeding Earth
(What about us)
Can't we feel its wounds
(What about us)
What about nature's worth
It's our planet's womb
(What about us)
What about animals
(What about it)
We've turned kingdoms to dust
(What about us)
What about elephants
(What about us)
Have we lost their trust
(What about us)
What about crying whales
(What about us)
We're ravaging the seas
(What about us)
What about forest trails
(ooo, ooo)
Burnt despite our pleas
(What about us)
What about the holy land
(What about it)
Torn apart by creed
(What about us)
What about the common man
(What about us)
Can't we set him free
(What about us)
What about children dying
(What about us)
Can't you hear them cry
(What about us)
Where did we go wrong
(ooo, ooo)
Someone tell me why
(What about us)
What about babies
(What about it)
What about the days
(What about us)
What about all their joy
(What about us)
What about the man
(What about us)
What about the crying man
(What about us)
What about Abraham
(What was us)
What about death again
(ooo, ooo)
Do we give a damn

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Trashy teen novels.

5 comments Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Does anyone remember the Sweet Valley books?

My entire youth involved reading them in every spare moment. (Maybe I still, on occasion, pick one up and have a read...)
I remember being in Kindergarten and reading Sweet Valley Kids, to Grades 1-6 reading Sweet Valley Twins and then Grades 7-12 reading Sweet Valley High. Apparently there's Sweet Valley University or something like that. Maybe I should start reading them when I begin my degree next year!

Anyway, there's talk of a Sweet Valley High movie being made. Diablo Cody ('Juno', 'Jennifer's Body') is allegedly writing the screenplay for the movie. I guarantee this film will probably be an absolute load of crap (because the books are). It will be awful much like The Spice Girls Movie- So horrid, cliche and lame that it's really good and will remain one of the best movies you've ever seen. Sooo, I'm pretty much really excited for the movie.

Off but still on topic, everyone has Twitter these days. Everyone from Ellen DeGeneres, to Kevin Rudd, to book publishing company 'Penguin' all follow, have followers and send out tweets. I thought the line would be drawn at companies having Twitter accounts to promote products but nope. Characters from Sweet Valley High such as Elizabeth & Jessica Wakefield, Todd Wilkins, Bruce Patman, Lila Fowler and even one of the teachers from the school is on there! Whoever made these accounts clearly have far too much time on their hands. To be fair though, the tweets are sort of entertaining in a really lame way...

Bruce Patmansays:

Tip #1: Be incredibly rich. The authorities are much more forgiving of date rape when you can bribe them.
Tip #2: Driving a hot car attracts shallow women who are just ripe for the picking. (And remember, date rape in a shitty car is just rape.)

Elizabeth Wakefield says:

@brucepatman What's a hand job?
@LilaFowler Whatever Lila. You're just jealous because you have a father that's away all the time and a mother who doesn't love you.

If you've read the books, I promise you'll find these tweets entertaining.

I also just discovered that characters from The Babysitters Club series have Twitter accounts too and they tweet the people from Sweet Valley High! What the hell?! Seriously! Who is the person sitting at their laptop creating all these accounts for fictional characters? If you are them, please get in contact. :)

Did anyone else read Sweet Valley High or The Babysitters Club in their younger years? (Don't be afraid to admit that you still do!)
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Kate Miller-Heidke

5 comments Monday, November 16, 2009
I went and saw singer/songwriter Kate Miller Heidke perform last night. I was blown away by her concert; she has the most amazing voice and some really beautiful songs, visit this link for one of her more spectacular pieces- it's really sad but nice at the same time.

I attempted to take some photographs throughout the duration of the concert, but my camera decided to be a social retard and they didn't turn out great unfortunately. Here's some of the better ones:

She had the most remarkable dress on too. I was trying to get a photo of the back of it, didn't come out quite as well as I would have liked.

Have you seen an amazing singer or band lately? Let me know!
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Perez Hilton is such a douche.

6 comments Saturday, November 14, 2009
Sooo, I know this happened in June and it's old news now, but seriously, the Perez Hilton vs debacle will never lose it's hilarity. If you aren't aware of what happened, basically Perez Hilton allegedly got a bit of a whack in the eye from or the manager of The Black Eyed Peas because Perez called Fergie 'fugly' or something really mature like that.

Anyway, so, here's Perez' response to the whole issue. Watch it all the way through, the whole issue is such a non-event and Perez does a fantastic job of dramatising it. He unnecessarily emphasises words, it's so funny.

Pay particular attention to the line straight after he shrieks " followed us to the hotel!!!!"

In my opinion, Perez Hilton's just a bit of a jerk and he probably deserved what he got.

But then again, Perez did show a lot of class and respect through his response- "And Fuck you, because you fucking lied, you fucking mother fucker."
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engagement photography

8 comments Thursday, November 12, 2009
It seems like a bit of a trend at the moment to get engagement photos taken.

Is this the normal thing to do when people get affianced? I never really knew that it was done until recently.

These photos were taken by Sloan Photographers and they are of Stacie + Geoff. Beautiful couple.

and because they're so lovely.. here's a few photographs from Stacie + Geoff's wedding

♥ ♥ ♥
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leggings of floral fabric are fabulous.

7 comments Wednesday, November 11, 2009
I don't care what people say, floral printed leggings are amazing.

I think I'm in love. ♥ ♥ ♥

disclaimer: I'd like to add in the fact that I never have and never will wear leggings as a substitute for pants. Floral leggings are no exception.
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Remembrance Day

Today at the 11th hour, on the 11th day of the 11th month 1918, World War One ended.

The people of that time hoped and prayed that this was to be the 'war that ended all wars'.

Lest we Forget.

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Schoolgirl suspended for cancer charity fundraiser.

8 comments Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Last Saturday, 15 year old Emily Pridham shaved all of her hair off to raise money for cancer research charities as her father is currently suffering from Leukaemia.

Yesterday, she was suspended from her school, Mt Alvernia College, and was told that her suspension would not end until all of her hair grows back.

Emily's mother spoke to ABC radio; "I understand that school rules have to be abided by. However, I've gone through the school rules and the uniform policy and nowhere does it say that a girl cannot shave her head," Ms Pridham said.

The school says that her suspension was not just about the head shaving, but won't admit to what the other issues are.

Emily's mother said that the only other run-ins Emily has had with the school board was nail polish wearing and that she swore in the presence of a teacher.


Okay, so ultimately, I can see that the school is fairly strict on student presentation and uniform. This is fine as hundreds of other schools probably have the exact same rules. Although, there should be some exceptions to these rules. Raising money for cancer research is one.

School's have uniforms and make a big deal about it because if all the students are dressed immaculately and have perfect hair, nails etc, then the school's image/profile is raised. The way I see it is that, if anything, one girl with a shaved head is actually improving the school's image because it shows what amazing and caring young people are out there these days. It sort of gives the youth of today a good name.

I'd also like to add, the school has allegedly said that Emily cannot return until her hair has grown back. Do they realise how long that will take?! Even if she grows it into a short bob cut, it will still take about 3 months.

I really don't think a suspension was warranted over a shaved head that was shaved to do good for society. But, then again, there's always more to the story than what the media report, or even than what the media have been told so perhaps there are other reasons for her suspension. Only time will tell.

Based on the information that has been reported in the media, what do you guys think? Is shaving your head for cancer research worthy of a suspension?
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The lip-synching debate.

12 comments Saturday, November 7, 2009

Britney Spears is in Australia with her 'Circus' tour this month. I'm not a fan of Britney, so I won't be attending. I don't hate her or anything- I just don't really like her music much.

It's been revealed that Britney will be lip-synching all her songs. Apparently she prefers to focus on the 'theatrics' of the concert and the dance routines.

I'm not sure if it's just me, but if you're paying around $200 to see the show (the most expensive tickets available are $1500!), you sort of actually do want to see a live show. If I was going to the concert and I found out she was going to be lip-synching, I'd be more inclined to watch a DVD of her concert. Essentially- it's the same thing. They might as well pull down a big screen and play the audience recordings from other concerts from her Circus tour.

The claim of Britney wanting to focus on dance routines is a pretty lame defence, I think.
Pink has more than made it clear that you can sing and dance at the same time. Pink does somersaults on a trapeze and still manages to sing perfectly.

If I had tickets to Britney's show- I'd be selling them and going to see an artist who sort of understands the concept of a live show.

What do you guys think? Are concert-goers being ripped off?
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Melbourne Cup Day!

4 comments Tuesday, November 3, 2009
I don't normally bet on horses in the Melbourne Cup race, but this year I decided to have a go.

I was at work all day, so one of my work friends and I put on fascinators and made our bets during lunch.

I did a trifecta and then betted 4 separate wins on different horses. (Alcopop, Warringah, Daffodil & Allez Wonder)

We didn't have a radio at work, so I ran up to one of the other shops and asked a girl I knew which horse had come first.

Apparently none of my horses even came close. I was so annoyed. "Never, ever betting again! EVER! Stupid horses can't even run fast" etc.

Turns out, my work friend that placed that bets, totally screwed mine up and ended up betting for all these random horses like Kibbutz, Harris Tweed and............. Shocking.


I have never, ever been more happy that someone has made a screw up.

I'll post some photos of the Fashions on the Field winner... once I can find them!
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a delightful garment or two.

6 comments Monday, November 2, 2009
By now, many of you would be familiar with the denim style leggings that everyone seems to be sporting. For those that aren't familiar, these are essentially a pair of tights/leggings that look like denim.

Here's a photo:

I don't have a problem with these leggings if they are worn correctly. i.e. as LEGGINGS. They're not meant to be worn as a substitute for jeans. They're meant to be worn the same way you'd wear other leggings, like under an oversized tshirt.

Even if you're the skinniest person in the world, they still show everything and make the most attractive person look stupid.

Anyway, that's not the point of my post.

So, the clothing company I work for have a bit of a reputation for running with something that's popular. If a dress sells really well, they'll add sleeves or a high neck to it for winter. Or if a top is selling well, they'll make it into a dress etc etc.

These denim leggings have been fairly popular over the last 6-12 months, so what better idea than to make a SUMMER ALTERNATIVE!


Seriously. WTF.
They're not, and never ever will be flattering on anyone!

And, to pretty much sum this up, look how deathly they look on the mannequin. Imagine what they look like on a real person!

Why do people do it to themselves?! Ahhhh.
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Blog award #2

Aw, yay. Two blog awards in 3 weeks :)

This one was passed onto me by the always wonderful Juliette at where the wild wolves dream, Thank you! :)

1. Where is your cell phone: Buried somewhere in the depths of my Country Road bag..
2. Your hair: At the moment it's damp and curly. Otherwise it's long and brown. How original.
3. Your mother: Tells me my jokes aren't funny.
4. Your father: Discusses how good ABC radio is.
5. Your favourite food: I'm far too indecisive to pick just one.. Sushi and Chico lollies would be up there.
6. Your dream from last night: I can't even remember.. Probably something random and uninteresting. Although, someone once said to me "Your dream life is even more hectic than your real life".
7. Your favourite drink: Is this a non alcoholic beverage? If so, Coke Zero. If not, erm, Vodka Sunrise or Southern Comfort + Lemonade
8. Your dream/goal: I'm not sure exactly, but definitely something in media :)
9. What room are you in: My bedroom. It is clean and almost sparkling.
10. What are your hobbies: Talking and writing. Blogging pretty much gives me the ability to do both these things more often than usual.
11. What is your fear: Cockroaches. I'm sorry but they are the worst thing in the world. They have flat heads and they're shiny and they run at you.
12. Where do you want to be in 6 years: Hopefully in a nice media related job, in Australia or maybe overseas.. living in a cute terrace house with a nice boy :)
13. Where were you last night: Cleaning my bedroom and sorting out my accessories. Is 67 bangles and 18 head scarves too many?
14. Something you are not: Fake tanned and platinum blonde.
15. Muffins: Choc chip are wonderful. I think cupcakes are better though.
16. Wish list items: A car. And a house. Do I ask for too much?
17. Where did you grow up: Central Coast in Australia (aka boring town)
18. Last thing you did: Saw the Michael Jackson movie 'This Is It'. I also bought a blazer and a pair of floral shorts.
19. What are you wearing: Pyjama pants and a top that says 'OMG WTF'.
20. Your TV: Is switched off but it has a Frontline DVD in it.
21. Your pets: Puddy my cat is sleeping. I have another kitty who lives with my father.. his name is Smeagol (seriously, don't even ask me about that.)
22. Your friends: Are humorous and fun.
23. Your life: Hasn't even started.
24. Your mood: Tired but content.
25. Missing someone: I think so. A few special people.
26. Vehicle: Learning how to drive in a Volkswagon Passat. I need my own car!
27. Something you're not wearing: Shoes or a headscarf.
28. Your favourite store: Tree of Life, Myer and Borders. Borders is the most relaxing place in the world.
29. Your favourite colour: I don't think I have one. I like black and emerald green though.
30. When's the last time you laughed: Tonight. Probably at one of my own jokes.
31. When's the last time you cried: 2 days ago at work, from laughter. I was doing an Perez Hilton impersonation and a customer told my manager that I was very entertaining.
32. Your best friend: I don't have just one. I have lots of close friends. :)

I'm passing this blog award onto Miss Peregrin from The Secret Life of a Retail Assistant and 5ft0 from Five Foot Nothing

:) :) :)
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Blog award #1


The ever lovely Stacey from The Secret Life of a Retail Assistant passed this blog award onto me.. my very first one :) Thank you!

So I have to tell you 7 random facts about myself. I cannot guarantee that all/any of these facts will be interesting :D

1. I'll just get this out of the way first- I think Twilight is crap. How people can be in love with a fictional character is beyond me. 

2. I'm influenced and inspired by people such as Lisa Wilkinson, Stevie Nicks, Judith Lucy,  Jean Shrimpton, John Lennon and Kate Miller-Heidke, all for very different reasons.

3. I have the ability to do things that people assumed would never happen to anyone, e.g. I once tripped over the groove in between floor tiles. Yes, that's right. I tripped over something 2 millimetres high.

4. Deep down (or perhaps not so deep down), I'm a really big nerd for Australian Politics/Media. Yes. I do watch Question Time. Yes, I do enjoy it. 

5. Putting really ugly outfits on the mannequins at work is my greatest source of amusement. Until you try it, you have no idea how fun it is to pair a mould green top with a black+orange skirt with a fluro blue necklace. 

6. I  have a secret (now not-so-secret) desire to have Matt Preston name one of his cravats after me. People outside Australia and even some people in Australia will have no idea what that means.

7. I think birds are cute, but they take every opportunity to swoop me. Even if they are a non swooping bird, like a seagull. This is not appreciated when I am trying to look normal in important situations i.e. filming something for a television show. It is also not appreciated when the other actors and even random people walking past laugh at me. 

So now, I have to pass this blog award onto 7 other bloggers!

1. Corrine from Frock and Roll- She's always got amazing tips on everything from fashion, to buying a house, to living everyday life. She's also super sweet!

2. Juliette from  where the wild wolves dream - Juliette is the most amazing writer and produces beautiful poetry. She also has some pretty fab photos :)

3. Kez from So I Was Thinking - Great writer with analytical but fun and interesting discussions about anything and everything.

4. Tara from Gin in a Teacup-  Fashion, media issues and entertainment is all covered in immaculate detail. 

5. Dom from Stand and Deliver! - As described "The observations, reviews and interviews of Dom Romeo, professional nerd" - This blog is really well written and contains everything from comedy, to politics, to music, to literature. 

6. Suzy from Suzy Maggie - An awesome blog that covers plenty of different topics. Some nice fashion too :)

7. Sarah Hannah from Death Wears Diamond Jewellery - A lovely blog about all things fashion, entertainment and social issues.
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