Whoop whoop, it’s the first catch-up post of the new year and it’s only 5 days late!! Don’t expect too much though, I’ve not exactly been busy this month. I think January is definitely the month to be hibernating and take it easy 😂😂
I actually really like writing these posts as it’s a great way to remind myself what I’ve been up to every month. Sometimes it’s so hard to remember as the months tend to blur into one!! Anyway, I really hope you all enjoy reading them 🙂
I when I was visiting my parents last year, I found a bucket list in my old bedroom. Some things on it were mundane life stuff and some things were weird hopes, dreams and aspirations I wanted for my future.
Since I found it, I’ve managed to cross things off the list, add things to it and change it. But here are some of the things on that list 🙂
If you’ve read my tattoo removal posts (parts one and two), you’ll know I have some major tattoo regret. Honest to god I wish someone had given me some tips before I went and got inked for life! So here are my top tips if you’re thinking of getting a tattoo:
This is the second part of my tattoo removal process, you can read part one here.
After my first session, I was pretty sure I never wanted to go through laser removal again; however, I was watching an episode of Tattoo Fixers where you could still see some of the old tattoos under the cover-ups, so I decided it was best to carry on so I didn’t end up in that position!
**Disclaimer** There are some pretty graphic photos of healing tattoos, if you’re squeamish or eating, it’s probably best not to go any further 😀
This has been a post much asked for on Twitter, so I thought it was time to share my experience of having a tattoo laser removed.
**Disclaimer** There are some pretty graphic photos later of healing tattoos, if you’re squeamish or eating, it’s probably best not to go any further. 😀
It’s been a manic couple of months for me, so I thought I’d catch you up on what’s been going on. We had our garden completely landscaped which took two months to complete; it was a massive project which required hiring in the professionals! I’ll do a separate post on that soon as the before and after photos are immense! Here’s a quick sneak peek of the before!