My Summer Reading List // Holiday Books

summer reading

Hello everybody!

Now that the summer holidays are under way and I’m starting to think about what to take on my trip to France next week, I decided to put a bit of time aside to choose which books I’d like to read over the next month or so.

Especially as I get older, I often get swept up in the distractions of general life and obviously as a blogger I spend an awful lot of time online or looking at a screen rather than getting lost in a book these days. Instead of reading before bed I now find myself editing my next video, thinking up blog post ideas or researching some kind of technical information. As much as I love that, I do sometimes wish I had the time to get stuck into a good novel! Therefore I am making the most of a week in the middle of nowhere with no wifi to catch up on my literature and here’s what I plan on reading!

book stack

Unfortunately, I can’t start with a light-hearted easy read as I have to finish reading ‘Far From the Madding Crowd’ by Thomas Hardy for my English Literature coursework next year. I have started this already after watching the film (I think it’s easier to know what’s happening as the language is slightly old fashioned) and I have actually enjoyed the first few chapters so hopefully I will get much more into it on holiday when I have a lot of free time.

Even more unfortunately, the school work doesn’t stop there. I also have to read ‘The Crucible’ by Arthur Miller this time for English Language. This one is a drama rather than a novel so I’m not so keen on this text and in all honesty I doubt I will read the entire thing on holiday. I am packing it in my suitcase though because only when I’m in the ‘full on reading, absolutely no internet distractions’ zone will I ever be able to motivate myself to read this!

clockwork angel

To lighten things up after all that compulsory reading, I am definitely going to be reading ‘Let’s get Lost’ by Adi Alsaid whilst on holiday. The extremely observant of you may remember that I said I’d started reading this in my ‘Summer Essentials’ blog post. I did read the first few chapters and loved it but then had to read ‘The Great Gatsby’ for English and thought I’d better get the rest of my educational reading list out of the way before my enjoyable reading list! I am hoping to get back into this one whilst I’m away though because I feel like it’s one I wouldn’t want to put down. It’s recommended for readers of John Green and I love his work so I’m hoping this book will be just as good.

My next book is ‘Clockwork Angel’ by Cassandra Clare which is the first of the ‘Infernal Devices’ series. One of my all time favourite series of books is ‘The Mortal Instruments’ series by the same author and I read them all for the second time last summer. This series is sort of a prequel to TMI so it’s been on my reading list for a while and I actually bought this book about a year ago so I think it’s about time I got cracking with it!

motivational books

Obviously I’m not going to manage to read 6 books on a holiday which is just a week long, but for when I get back I have two books which I keep flicking through but would like to look at in more detail. The first is ‘Read This If You Want To Take Great Photos’ by Henry Carroll which I read last summer also. I feel as though I didn’t put into practise the information provided in this book as much as I could have though and now that I have a new camera I definitely need to refer back to this for tips and tricks in the photography department and try to get to know the settings etc and improve my skills. This is a great one for this as it really simplifies things like aperture, composition and all those other things that you feel you should know but really don’t!

The other is ‘It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be’ by Paul Arden. I did a blog post about kindly receiving this from  and whilst I looked through it briefly I still haven’t properly settled down and read the whole thing. Hopefully I’ll be able to make time to do this at some point over the summer and maybe feel inspired, you never know!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post all about what I’ll be reading! Let me know in the comments what you’re planning on reading next and we can all be lil’ bookworms together!!

I hope you have a lovely day

Love Izzy xxx


Oxford Street Lush Haul // Featuring Exclusive Products

Oxford Street Lush Haul

Hello Everyone,

If you’re an avid Lush fan like myself then I’m sure you’ll know all about the incredible Oxford Street store that’s opened up with over 200 exclusive products in London. (You will also know this if you’ve been watching my YouTube videos – Sorry but I can’t seem to go a single blog post without a cheeky self promo these days!)

Anyway, I of course took a trip there and obviously everything that took my fancy went STRAIGHT in my basket (on the topic of baskets, the only minor disappointment was the lack of wicker that you find in the smaller/Bristol stores – they’d been replaced by boring old black plastic ones! but that’s not the point..)

I have made an entire video all about what I bought (I’ll link it at the bottom of this blog post if you’d like to check it out) but when editing it I realised just how much I used the phrase “so nice” when describing the scents and let’s be honest that is rather vague. So here I plan to actually research the items in more detail and give you the low down on what’s what. Don’t say I don’t do anything for you.

Oh, by the way, those with an asterisk (*) are exclusive to Oxford Street only!

Bath Bombs 

  • The Experimenter* ~ ‘Your own bathtime motion picture, starring vibrant colour, popping candy and comforting Fair Trade Vanilla.’ (£3.75)the experimenter

So in my video I said this one smelled slightly like a Church and I stand by my initial statement! It does, to me, resemble that incense-y, musky old building smell – but in a nice way!  As this is probably quite a difficult description to imagine for many, I researched what this bath bomb actually contained and it turns out the main ingredient is vetivert oil … still confused? Yes, me too. However, I’ve seen this product described as being both earthy and smoky at the same time and I totally agree! It’s definitely not floral, fruity or vanilla scented but don’t let this put you off because although it’s not my favourite, something about it (maybe the complexity of the scent) just makes me want to keep sniffing it. This bath bomb is so colourful featuring bright pink, blue, orange, purple and white and I can’t wait to see how amazing it will make my bath look! Just the shape of it alone is funky as fudge.

  • Yoga Bomb* ~ ‘Find sanctuary in slow, unfurling layers of deeply relaxing olibanum and ho wood.’  (£3.75)yoga bomb

I forgot to take a close up but it’s the fat one at the back (sounds like 12 year old me ahaha #sadtimez)

This one I saw in someone’s blog post (I’m really sorry I can’t remember who it was but creds to whoever wrote it) and was intrigued due to the name. It doesn’t really look like anything special, just a plain orange blob really, but knowing Lush there’s bound to be something exotic lurking inside ready to surprise you. In contrast to the childish and giddy excitement that the experimenter is likely to cause, this bomb is designed to relax and calm whoever has the fortune to posses it. The aroma is very unique and I’d say it’s a combination of citrus-y, woody and spicy scents which overall create an incredibly relaxing smell that I can easily imagine wafting around as you enter a yoga class. Definitely one to use when you’re in desperate need of a thoroughly calming bath.

  • Sacred Lotus* ~ ‘Drift away on exotic waters to a land of mood-brightening neroli and jasmine’ (£3.50)the sacred lotus bath bomb

In my video, I mentioned that this is a much fresher scent than the other two bath bombs and I do still think this would make a lovely morning bath if you wanted something to brighten your mood and create a luxurious start to the day. It’s definitely on the floral side of things which I’m normally not a fan of but as it’s mixed with Jasmine I have taken a fancy to it. I’d say it kind of smells like your standard soap, but then me and my church descriptions aren’t exactly reliable and it totally depends on what type of soap you’re used to using! The design of this is very unique and pretty, however the purple pointy bits do break off easily so take care when transporting it (also maybe not the best if you’re looking for a gift). A fun fact about this bath bomb is that neroli (one of the main ingredients in it) is actually known for increasing serotonin production in the brain which makes us feel happier and more content – so when they say uplifting they genuinely mean it!

Bubble Bars

  • Sunnyside ~ ‘Bathe in liquid gold with uplifting sweet wild orange and lemon oils’  (£3.75)sunnyside bubble bar

This product isn’t exclusive so if you like the look of it you can pop to your nearest Lush store and buy it right there and then, hurray! It’s a tear-shaped VERY glittery gold bubble bar named Sunnyside and it has a citrus scent to it (finally a smell that Izzy can identify!) The sweet orange oil is supposed to help soothe sensitive skin and the tangerine oil helps you to relax and apparently can even help insomnia which is pretty cool. As I write this I have just come out of the bath where I used about half of this bubble bar (it was v. difficult to break btw) so I can actually do a bit of a first impressions type thing aswell! I do really love the smell of this, if you love classic lemon/citrus scents this is definitely one to try. I was a bit concerned about the amount of glitter coating this bar (it is just a coating, the inside is as plain as Jane) but it turns out that it doesn’t stick to your skin so you don’t have to spend hours trying to scrub it off or follow up with a shower which is great! It does cling to the bath tub a little but it’s nothing that a quick rinse can’t sort out. The bar did create bubbles (not loads but then I did have quite a deep bath and only used half the bar) and the smell did stick around whilst I was in the bath. I can’t smell it on my skin now (a couple of hours later) but I have used a moisturiser with a fairly strong scent aswell so that’d be why. I don’t know if I’d buy this one again (for a while anyway) because I didn’t think it was anything extremely amazing but it was a lovely bath and I am looking forward to using the other half!

  • Divination Reusable Bubble Bar* ~ ‘Patchouli and rose-scented divine intervention. This bubble bar will point you in the right direction’ (£5.95)divination bubble bar

Something I was absolutely certain I wanted to get from the Oxford Street store was a reusable bubble bar. I remember having one of these back in the day (I think it was a pink star!?) and that’s where my love for the classic Lush sickly sweet Marshmallow smell comes from. I think these are great value for money as you can reuse them a number of times without having to break pieces off and they always look so adorable on the side of your bath. This one doesn’t look the prettiest or fanciest of the bunch (I mean one was a full on Chinese dragon with 2 sticks attached!) but I like the rosey bronze colour of it and it’s supposed to resemble a pendulum type tool used in divination (I did find out the name but it’s escaped me). The word Divination comes from the Latin word ‘divinare’ which means ‘to foresee’. I won’t lie though, all I can think of is the hilariously bug-eyed lady that is Professor Trelawney  from the Harry Potter series (good old Sybil) which is part of the reason I took it to the till. However, on reflection, this is probably one of my favourite smelling products that I bought and I am so pleased that I did. It’s definitely a more spicy scent so if you’re a floral or fruity person then you may find it a bit gross, but this is definitely my cup of (chai) tea. I haven’t been very technical with this one so I’d better give you some ingredients; amber and violet seem to be the most present so it’s almost sweet and woody and resembles incense rather a lot. I suppose it relates to Yoga Bomb in a way although that is sweeter and lighter in my opinion.

Bath Oils

  • Cloak of Invisibility* ~ ‘When you just want to disappear, cloak yourself in jasmine and rosewood waters to shield yourself from reality’ (£2)cloak of invisibility

When I saw that the Oxford Street store had bought out a whole range of ‘luxury bath oils’ priced at just £2 each I got very excited indeed. I kind of wish I’d bought a couple more but as I haven’t tried one before I didn’t want to get too ahead of myself! The first one is ‘Cloak of Invisibility’ (another harry potter inspired name!?) and it’s an orange pumpkin-esque type deal with a gold glitter coating. The scent is similar to Lust perfume as it has jasmine and rosewood notes and I think this smell is rapidly becoming one of my favourites! I can’t wait to see how this reacts with the bath water as it’s an oil based product and the two don’t usually mix easily. Hopefully it will do wonders for the skin.

  • Mmmelting Marshmallow Moment ~ ‘Moisturising marshmallow oil whipped up with cocoa butter and almond oil’ (£2) mmmelting marshmallow moment

The second bath oil was simply a must in my opinion. Oh yes, it’s that incredible sickly sweet marshmallow scent that I adore. ‘Mmmelting marshmallow moment’ is a shimmery, dual layered, pink and yellow circle which I know will be amazingly moisturising as it contains almond oil and cocoa butter. In that sense, it’s very similar to ‘Creamy Candy bubble bar’ which I love except I’m assuming this will create a less bubbly and much more oily bath.

Body Scrubs

  • The Rough with the Smooth* ~ ‘All of us have dead skin, some of us are just better at scrubbing it’ (£4.95) the rough with the smooth

I decided to buy a scrub because I was significantly lacking one in my collection and I had heard good things about the Lush ones. This exclusive one smelt the nicest in my opinion and it turns out it shares it’s scent with the Lord of Misrule bath bomb and shower gel – neither of which I’ve tried unfortunately. The patchouli oil gives this scrub an earthy element and there’s also a hint of vanilla somewhere in amongst it to sweeten the aroma. It also contains murumuru butter and castor oil so is highly moisturising. I’ve only used this once and I loved it. It’s a harsh scrub so it really exfoliates the skin but I like that about it because it makes your skin that little bit softer afterwards.

Shower Gels

  • Beautiful Shower Gel ~ ‘You’re gonna find, yes you will, that you’re beautiful as you feel’ (£4.75 for 100g)beautiful shower gel

I’ve never tried a shower gel from lush believe it or not, so I thought it was about time I did. I decided on ‘Beautiful’ and just got the smallest bottle because it is quite pricey and I wasn’t crazy in love with the scent. It does smell good though with a citrus fruit scent due to the peach and apricot juices and also looks amazing with flecks of gold glitter running through. I still haven’t tried this yet so I can’t comment on how well it works but I look forward to having lots of showers with it as it has such a summery vibe.


  • Breath of Fresh Air Toner Water ~ ‘A refreshing facial spritzer with cooling aloe vera, sea water and seaweed.’ (£4.25)breath of fresh air toner

 I always enjoy using a toner after cleansing just to remove any last remains of makeup and this one smelt too good to leave on the shelf. It’s so refreshing and much lighter than a lot of the previously described scents which makes it perfect for use morning or night – or even throughout the day for a little pick me up. I’ve been using this everyday for about a week now and I am obsessed!

  • Mask of Magnaminty Face Mask ~ ‘Use anywhere to fight breakouts with these gentle but effective ingredients’ (£5.50)mask of magnaminty

Last, but by no means least, comes the only face mask I bought and it’s another product that I’ve actually been using already. It’s called ‘Mask of Magnaminty’ and it’s a non-exclusive – meaning you can go grab it from any store – and I would recommend doing just that! It has an unusual peppermint smell which at first I wasn’t keen on but I decided to take the plunge and buy it anyway on the basis of how beneficial it’s supposed to be for clearing up breakouts and leaving your skin in ‘tip top condition’. Over the past week however, the scent has really grown on me and I’m looking for any excuse to apply this! I think this is a great value for money product because it’s the cheapest of all the face masks yet contains almost double the amount of product and doesn’t need refrigeration. I feel like I’ve used this a lot already but you can barely see a dip in the pot. I’m definitely glad I picked this one up in the store!

So, that’s everything I bought from the flagship Oxford Street Lush store! I hope I’ve been informative and helpful if any of you are looking to take a trip there – I would highly advise having an idea of what you would like before you go because it can be a tad overwhelming (although glorious).

If you’d like to get a better idea of what each item looks like feel free to check out my video here; 

I hope you have a lovely weekend and I’ll speak to you soon!

Love Izzy xxx

The 11 Things Tag

Good evening everyone!

I was just about to settle down and start planning an upload schedule and get some blog ideas going as I feel I’ve been a bit boring recently, when I saw that I’d been nominated by the lovely Charlotte from DiscoveringCharlotte to do the 11 Things Tag.

I’ve never heard of this tag (I must be very out of the loop as per) but it looks quite fun to do and I do love spending my evenings writing more chatty posts so that’s tonight’s activity sorted!

The rules are just that I have to answer the 11 questions provided by Charlotte and then nominate some bloggers myself to answer my own set of questions. So here goes…

1) What made you start blogging? I feel like I’ve answered this question so many times on my blog and it probably varies each time haha but essentially I saw other people were doing it and I thought ‘ooh that’s right up me street’. So I did it too.

2) What is your favourite meal? A fairly obvious answer really but of course I have to say Pizza. Seeing as this is a meal I shall elaborate with a starter/side of doughballs (preferably the Doppio Doughballs from Pizza Express) and a dessert of something chocolatey… maybe profiteroles or some kind of ice cream sundae mmmm yeah boi

3) Is your job similar to your blog? No because I’m jobless lol (I wish it was though)

4) What is your favourite season? Autumn because it means it’s nearly Christmas but not quite, you’re still pumped from summer and not yet dying of work/exams, the colours are absolutely gorge, you get to start buying/wearing winter clothes and there’s obviously Halloween which causes me to feel much excite.

5) If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be? hmmm tricky. I’d like to live in London at some point in my life but I imagine it would be amazing to live in New York aswell. I feel like a lot of people would say somewhere where there’s loads of beaches and sun but honestly I think I would get so bored of that.

6) If you were stuck on an island, what 3 items would you have with you? A penknife, a book about how to survive on an island, and my dog for company.

7) What can always cheer you up when you’re feeling down? I find that just getting into bed with a nice mug of chai tea and watching a load of YouTube videos always helps.

8) Is your wardrobe minimalist or overflowing? I wouldn’t say it’s overflowing but it’s definitely not minimalist!

9) Where is your favourite place in the world? My bed lol. No but seriously, I don’t feel like I could possibly have a favourite place in the world because I’ve only explored a very small portion of it and I don’t like having favourites.

10) What beauty product couldn’t you live without? Obviously I could live without makeup/ beauty products and I don’t think anyone should rely on it because it’s totally optional and non-essential. Saying this, I clearly enjoy using beauty products and I would probably be most upset if I didn’t have foundation.. or maybe mascara…ooh what about eyebrow shadow…

11) What would be your ideal dinner party menu (you would have it cooked for you)? Ohh I’ve never been asked this before! I won’t lie to you I would be ecstatic if it was the meal I described earlier haha. I suppose I should be a little more fancy if it’s a dinner party so maybe a nice steak with skinny fries.

So that’s the end of the 11 questions, now for nominations I’m going to nominate;

Dany from LittleMissDany

Aileen from Aillyx 

Rebecca from Waves of Thoughts

My Questions;

1) What was the last movie you watched?

2) Show us the last photo on your phone (no cheating!)

3) What is your favourite scent?

4) If you could only have facebook, twitter OR instagram, which would it be and why?

5) What’s your favourite way to relax?

6) What are you currently reading? Or what was the last book you read?

7) Name your favourite YouTubers?

8) What is your current favourite song?

9) Tell us your best blogging tip?

10) If you could invite 3 celebrities to a dinner party, who would they be and why?

11) Do you have any weird talents/facts about yourself?

I hope you enjoyed this spontaneous little chat! I will hopefully be getting back into the swing of things now that I am beginning to plan blog posts and videos.

My next post will be a HUGE OXFORD STREET LUSH HAUL (it excites me to write that) so keep those eyes peeled and if you can’t wait then there’s a video up on my channel right now where I talk through what I got and attempt to describe the smells (basically all of them are “so nice”) .

Speak to you soon!

Love Izzy xxx

My Go-To Makeup Tutorial // Video

Hi everyone!

You may remember a while ago I did a blog post showing you how I do my “everyday” makeup (HERE) and I won’t lie I was very proud of the lil’ collage I made but it was a lot harder to show you how I actually applied the makeup and the techniques I used. I was essentially too scared to make a video so I took pictures instead.

However, times have changed and now that I have a YouTube channel up and running I decided to do a similar look to kick start my attempts at making tutorials.

So, without further ado, here is my Go-To Makeup Look Video! (excuse the tumbnail – cringe)

I really hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to give it a thumbs up to let me know if you did.

I’d absolutely LOVE it if you could subscribe aswell as we are currently just one away from 40 subscribers and each little milestone is very exciting for me (sad but do I care?)

Thankyou to everyone who has been commenting, liking and sharing my videos so far – I can’t wait to continue making them!

Love Izzy xxx

The Love/Hate Tag

Hello everyone!

Today I’m back with another tag – this time it’s the Love/Hate Tag which I’ve been nominated to do by the lovely Emma from An Accidental Author (definitely check out her blog!)

The rules to this one are very basic; I simply have to share with you 10 things I love and 10 things I hate. So let’s get straight to it shall we?

Things I Love

1) Lush – As I write this, I am currently sat on my bed with a huge bag of Oxford Street Lush goodies next to me (I’ll definitely do a haul don’t worry!) so I feel like I can’t possibly deny my love for this beautiful brand in this tag! I’m also going to include bubble baths in this point just because they’re amazing.

2) Chai Tea Lattes – I personally don’t think there’s anything nicer than a big ol’ mug of Chai Tea on a cold winters night whilst I snuggle up writing a blog post or watching a TV series (which leads me onto my next point)

3) A good TV series – Teen Wolf is an obvious favourite here but in between seasons I love Pretty Little Liars (still on Season 2 lol), Sherlock and of course Friends!

4) Speaking of Friends (how smooth) how could I not include Family and Friends in the list of things I love!? This obviously includes my little doggy Molly!

5) Blogging and YouTube definitely deserves a mention here – I honestly don’t think anyone could dedicate this much time and effort to something they didn’t love. The community is so supportive and I not only love creating and uploading my own content but also reading/watching other peoples.

6) I think it would be a little silly for me to not include Cosmetics in here somewhere. I know it sounds extremely superficial and shallow of me but considering the majority of my blog is dedicated to “beauty” it would be strange for me not to love it!

7) Pizza – Do I really need to say anything else?

8) Going on Holiday is definitely something I love to do. Whether that’s a family holiday abroad or just a few days in London – it’s all just a bit exciting!

9) Music – I don’t think I can go a day without listening to music and I love that it can totally change your mood. Also do you ever just get one of those random bursts of energy where you dance around your room in like a towel or something? No? Well I do and I love them too.

10) Christmas – This isn’t even just Christmas day, I mean the entire build up to Christmas and the festive season! The little things like lighting a Christmas scented candle and eating a gingerbread bloke.

Things I Hate

Well, I was just feeling all positive about life after that and now I have to get grumpy and miserable.

1) Inequality and the unfairness of how unfortunate some people are due to no fault of their own. (sorry for being deep)

2) Politics.

3) People that don’t have manners/ are not appreciative / think they’re above everyone else.

4) How much I care about what other people think sometimes.

5) The education system and the fact that children are judged on how well they can memorise information rather than taught useful life skills lol.

6) Having to explain what blogging/youtube is or what I blog about etc. – I mean I know it’s difficult to understand but its so infuriating when people just don’t get it (and even worse when they think they do but really don’t)!

7) Chutney. I think I mentioned this on my blog before many moons ago but oh my lord I can hardly bring myself to say the word. *pukes*.

8) Being pressured into deciding what I want to do with my life – and the even worse “oh it’s okay if you’re not sure yet, it’s just that we won’t really help you apply for uni next year lol bye”

9) Having to get up to do a wee in the middle of the night when you’ve just got comfortable.

10) Bad internet connection.

Okay, so my nominations go to;

Joanna from PoresForThought 

Courtney from CourtneyDoesBeauty

Mel from ATouchOfMel

Charlotte from DiscoveringCharlotte 

I hope you enjoyed this slightly different blog post! I would actually recommend trying to think of your own lists – it helps you think about what’s actually important to you which I think is nice!

Let me know if there are any specific blog posts or videos you’d like me to do as it’s now officially (from today) my summer holiday so I have plenty of time on my trotters.

Love you all.

Love Izzy xxx

Huge Highstreet Haul // New Video

Hello everyone,

I just thought I’d let those of you who haven’t already seen know that I’ve uploaded a new video and it is a huge highstreet haul!

It features a lot of Primark goodies so if you’re a fan of the old primark haul then you’re in for a treat – if not I’ve included pieces from the likes of H&M, Pull & Bear, Zara and even Nike!

I’d absolutely love it if you could subscribe to my channel. I’m really enjoying making videos and I feel like, particularly with hauls, it is much easier to show you items in more detail through video rather than photos.

I have a couple more videos lined up but if you have any suggestions or ideas then please let me know in the comments as I have quite a bit of free time over the next few weeks to film and upload (hurray for summer!!)

ALSO, on a random note… I’m debating whether to bring back my Weekly Summary blog posts (I don’t even know if anyone really cares but a few of you seemed to enjoy them?). I stopped because I wasn’t up to much but I did find it quite therapeutic writing them sometimes haha (#LifeReflectionWithIzzy) so let me know what you think.

That’s it for today, I hope you enjoy the video!

Love Izzy xxx

The Pink Grapefruit Obsession

pink grapefruit

Now that summer is truly underway (she says with rain trickling down the window), I feel that it’s the perfect time to switch things up a bit.

I’ve changed my (probably out of date) christmas yankee candle for a fresh new one in the scent ‘Pink Dragonfruit’ which is happily burning away as we speak. yankee dragon fruit

I’ve also whacked out the Robinson’s squash, this time Pink Grapefruit flavoured instead of my usual Orange and Mango (which is still loved don’t you worry) and I’ve even finished up my boring, unscented simple face wash for a funky new one from Neutrogena in the scent ‘Pink Grapefruit’ (sensing a theme yet?) – I’ve heard great things about this face wash and the smell is beaut so I thought it was about time I tried it!


Finally, I’ve been loving pink shades on nails recently and these two seemed very grapefruity to me. One is a Seventeen polish in the shade ‘Pink Lemonade’ and the other is Barry M’s ‘Pink Flamingo’.

‘Well, what a random blog post’ I hear you say… and I agree. But there we go, I felt like I hadn’t properly written in a while as I’ve been focusing more on my YouTube channel but hopefully I’ll be able to balance out the two in the following weeks as I’ve broken up for my summer holidays so keep an eye out for new posts and videos coming up. Twitter is mainly where I let the world know about upcoming uploads so if you’d like to follow me my handle is @daisychainsizzy (shameless self promo)

I hope you all have a lovely week and I’ll speak to you soon!

Love Izzy