So, lets recap. In June, I took some time out of my blog. I also had two trips out for cocktails, saw my beautiful niece, watched England draw, win, draw, lose. I also got really angry about politics, worked a lot, chilled out and passed my theory.
It has been a very busy month, but productive to say the least. As always, the busier I am the faster the time goes. I feel like summer will be over soon and I haven't even had time to think about it. Let alone update my winter wardrobe!
Now we are all caught up, on to the favourites.
I wanted to call this a TV show but I guess it isn't.. Although it is shown on TV. My favourite thing this month has been the football! Which is really weird because, well, I kind of dislike football. I just don't get the hype and often find it quite boring. But with England I get more into it. England feels like more of a community vibe and everyone watching is wanting the same result.
This month I captured this gorgeous photo of two geese and their little gosling. It was so cute seeing them waddling down the canal towpath. Even if we did get hissed at a little bit...
My favourite product was one I picked up in Chester. It's the Revlon Colorstay. I have found myself reaching for this so much this month, and blended in with a beauty blender, it is my favourite base of the moment.
Really nice coverage, but still looks and feels like skin. It doesn't break me out and it lasts all day. I am really enjoying using it right now, and can see why it is such a blogger favourite.
My drink obsession throughout June has got to be these iced coffees. It's so weird, because I'm not a coffee lover. In fact, I only really like a latte. But these just taste amazing.
I started off getting them as part of a meal deal, but I am tying to eat a bit better, and I still find myself going to pick one of these up. They are probably horrendous for you, but they are the perfect little afternoon perk and I am truly obsessed.
Go get one, ASAP!
My favourite activity has really been just taking some time out from putting pressure on myself. I spoke more about it here, but I have really enjoyed reflecting a little bit. And spending evenings just watching TV or playing on my phone. No guilt, just plain relaxing.