Holiday Edit: Los Angeles

I am so close to holiday time in LA.

I've been counting down the days since we booked the flights all those 69 days ago, now we are only 4 days away-ahh! I've made a few purchases over the last month or so for my holiday so I wanted to share some of them with you. I thrifted some of these items so I have linked/displayed similar items so you can see everything together.

A lot of these pieces I will be mixing in with my current wardrobe, because if you know me, I really like to make the most of what I already have.

Bag / White Tee / Mom Jeans (similar) / Sleeveless Top

Black Denim (similar) / Dinosaur Tee (similar) / Lace Skirt / White Tank (similar)
I wanted a lot of pieces that I could really mix and match with each other, so I know all the pieces I take away with me will pretty much all go together so I don't have to do too much outfit planning. I'm not very good at outfit planning either, well I will plan, but then I will randomly think of an idea for an outfit or I'…

20 Emotional Stages of Online Shopping

Online shopping is fabulous and I hope you guys enjoy the emotional roller coaster much as I do. 

1. Get to said website *cough* ASOS.

2. '10% off Vacation Edit' - Ooooo! Wait, 'Free 2 day shipping on orders over $75', well how can I refuse!

3. Browse the 'New In' area.

4. Stumble across a pair of really funky shoes that you'll convince yourself will jazz up your current outfits and you'll get so much wear out of...

5. Then remember that the last pair of shoes you thought the same thing about you've barely worn out the house since you purchased.

6. Go to 'SALE' section, (you figure if you spend less money on the fun pair of shoes it's not so bad if you never get around to actually wearing them.)

7. Select 'Newest First'.

8. Errr actually, lets do 'Low to High'.

9. Scroll through all the gross leftovers...

10. Think about how you actually really don't need another pair of shoes.

11. Close all tabs.

12. Think about how you should g…

So now you're blogging?

Why hello there, and welcome to my new space...
It's been over a year since I started my Youtube channel, I created my channel to document my trip to the US. I had been watching Youtube (bloggers & the like) for some years and admired their work so thought my trip was the perfect opportunity to start my own channel. I filmed vlogs during my trip, then (skipping just a couple of small steps such as getting married and officially immigrating to America!) after I officially moved to America but before I could work, I started doing various other videos related to fashion, styling, thrifting, DIY's and homeware things. 

Throughout the year I had my Youtube channel I had very mixed emotions about creating videos to put on the internet, the more I created, the more pressure I put on myself and the more un-fun it became. I know it sounds silly to say I put pressure on myself considering I had less than 250 subscribers (most of them being my family I'm sure - not that I don't…