It's the end of April and you know what that means; FRIDAY FAVOURITES TIME. Ok, I'm back to blogging properly now my dissertation has been handed in but the last month of my life was dedicated to my dissertation so my favourites are very limited this month. As in; I have no favourite outfit because I have worn nothing exceptional this month.
I'm sure it is no shock to you that the first mention in this Friday Favourites post is going to my dissertation. The 10,000 word essay which forms 60% of my final degree grade. I can honestly say the best thing that has happened this month was finishing this. It's such a weight off my shoulders and I am SO happy.
If you know me, I love food and coffee. My current obsession is Trading Post Coffee in Brighton. During the writing of my dissertation I spent a few hours here writing, eating and drinking copious amounts of coffee. I also drag any and everyone I know here when they suggest going into town for coffee or brunch. I couldn't recommend it more.
📍 36 Ship St, Brighton BN1 1AB
If I say I watched this in April I would be lying; I 100% binged this in March BUT I can honestly say I don't think I've watched something worth mentioning this month. Queer Eye however is one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. You HAVE to give it a watch.
Korean Skin Care
In particular, the Etude House Wonder Pore 10 in 1 cleanser. You squeeze it onto a cotton pad after cleansing and swipe it across your face and it is an absolute miracle worker. Nothing ever cleans out my pores but this stuff is incredible. It's about £10 on Amazon and you need it.
You knew this was coming, my April playlist on Spotify which you can listen to HERE. This month I discovered K-Pop and it was one of the only things that got me through my dissertation. Seriously. I think my favourite song this month was Alone by Halsey, Big Sean and Steflon Don.
I love to read and in the month of April my procrastination was at an all time high, I started to read a lot of books but the only two I finished were Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine & Beartown. Both were fab. They are both about people and behaviour and are really interesting. Beartown is seemingly about ice hockey but I promise you that there is so much more to it than that and once your a couple of chapters into the book you will be hooked. To see more of my book recommendations, follow me on GoodReads.