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time for a change

The last few weeks have been pretty miserable for me hence the lack of posts.  I've been feeling a bit low of late.  I'm sure its all to do with stopping breastfeeding and those pesky hormones and then throw in a poorly baby a few family troubles and some really rubbish weather and well that's one pretty big FUNK!!  But I'm slowly crawling myself out of it and as I really don't want my blog to be a negative place I always try to focus on the positives in life and so rather  than dwell on things in the past or stuff that is completely out of my control I've decided to put all my energy into enjoying the RIGHT NOW and planning things to look forward to in the future.  So with all this in mind the time has come to have a bit of a change mentally and physically starting off with a new hair doooooo.  I'm booked in with my hairdresser on 11 April and I have decided to go for the chop with some colour too.

I was thinking some nice caramel highlights through the underside of the hair (kinda like a subtle ombre) like good old Caroline Flack here:

But I want it shorter, kinda like Kimberley Walsh:
Next on my list of things to do is to try and find some sort of yoga/meditation/mindfulness class so that I can really just let all my tension go and learn to relax again. I found yoga really beneficial before and after having Fletcher but as my Baby Yoga classes have now finished I feel like I need something to fill the void.
I've also started taking a multivitamin supplement daily, I'm drinking more water, getting more fresh air and generally trying to make more of an effort to look after my body (we only get one body to work with, right?)  

I am sooooo ready for Spring now, so come on sun lets burn that freak snowstorm away and give everyone in the UK some much needed vitamin D!

Keep Smiling

kitty cat

Throw a few bright pink cats on a top and I am sure to buy it, in fact throw any kind of animal on a top and i'll probably be drawn to it. My hair is still having a break from heat as I gave up my heated hair tools for lent so I did this simple braided style courtesy of Luxyhair, check them out, they have some really great tutorials.

I went to London last weekend with my girlfriends to watch Girls Aloud at the O2.  It was my first night away from Fletcher EVER and it was kinda weird but also really lovely at the same time.  Our train got to Paddington on Friday at 11:45am {it was 20 minutes late!!} and we all had appointments to have our make up done at MAC at 12pm!!  After pegging it to the tube and running to Selfridges with our suitcases in tow we made it {again 20 minutes late, it was all the trains fault}. I absolutely loved how the guy did my make up you can kind of see it in this picture.
And Girls aloud were awesome and they didn't leave us waiting for 2 hours like Justin Beiber.  
Saturday we hit Oxford Street for some serious shopping where I bought a lot of tops with animals on.

Keep Smling