The other day I shared my September 2015 monthly beauty favourites with you and now it's time for my monthly fashion and lifestyle favourites. It's all lifestyle this month as I've been greatly fuelling my food, stationery and homeware obsessions lately.
I visit Lidl weekly to check on their stationery stock as they sometimes have some amazing items from the likes of Sweden and Germany. I found this thick quality notebook with a camera on the front for just £2.99 a few weeks ago. It's got lovely cream paper inside that are edged with blue too.
I am definitely a snacker and my savoury snack of choice is usually cheese Wotsits, but I've been loving the new cheese-flavoured Nairns Snackers instead this month. They are basically very thin and flavoursome mini oatcakes, and are only 100 calories per bag. They are made from wholegrain oats and you can get them in all major supermarkets for £2.49 for a 5-pack multipack.
I adored Camilla Morton's How To Walk In High Heels book when I was younger. It was like a bible to me. So when she released her new book Make Life Beautiful (£15 from www.amazon.co.uk), I had to have it. It's full of tips and tutorials from top designers such as Lulu Guinness on how to sew, make and bake things that will make your life prettier. The photography inside is just beautiful and I'm in love.
Yes, I have finally jumped on the selfie stick bandwagon. They are actually very useful little tools for group photos and selfies where you want people to see where you are behind you. This Olixar pocket-size one (£14.99 from www.mobilefun.co.uk) has a handy mirror so that you can use your phone's higher quality rear camera and still check you are posing attractively. Genius!
Finally, we all know how much I enjoy my relaxing baths. Even more so since I discovered these waterproof submersible electronic tea lights. These ones are £7.99 from www.pkgreenshop.co.uk and I love having a bath in a dimly lit room with these under the water- it's so relaxing!
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