Sunday, 1 March 2020

Reflecting On February




Hello February, how are you nearly over and how has this month been filled out with so much wintery horrendous weather. Wait, hang on it is still winter but why are we getting so much heavy rain and terrible storms.. no no no !! just keep me inside till it all blows over, I wish. But apart from the glorious British weather, I have been filled with so much inspiration, in fact it has made me feel so much different about what other content I want to create. If you haven't seen my recent post called On Wednesdays I Wear Pink I talked about my catch up with one of my friends who I met through work, Leanne and she is also a content creator and we talked so much about different platforms such as Pinterest as that is another way to create amazing posts. I have definitely been really enjoying blogging and it all I can think about on a daily basis, if I'm not posting on Instagram then you will find me scrolling on Pinterest. I just find it is such a relaxing way and if you have finished binge watching series on Netflix and you fancy a break then Pinterest is the way. I have been absolutely loving Locke and Key which is an original series which is so good, its a thriller and I could not stop watching it. It has ten episodes and I am hoping they will do a second series very soon.. I hope! Other than I haven't been watching anything else on Netflix but on ITV I have been loving Liar on catch up. I would recommend both of these, I am quite tempted to re watch Suits as I haven't seen the last two series and gutted it came to an end last summer. 



I have been absolutely loving the 1950's inspiration especially when this gorgeous retro cars appear whilst scrolling down and I am in love with them. Could you imagine going on a date and then seeing them turn up in a car like that.. your night would have been made! This is why I love watching old pictures.. and listening to music like Frank Sinatra and Matt Monro. 

Lottie x


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