It’s been a while since I’ve shared a homeware haul here on the blog and for some time, I didn’t really buy too many homewares since I was focused on getting new lounge furniture instead. Now that I’m done with that, I’ve slowly moved on to my kitchen and upgrading a few things. This haul is mainly from Kmart and The Warehouse. If you’re after affordable home stuff, check out my post below.
This week, from 9th – 15th of October is Mental Health Awareness Week and today is the World Mental Health Day. I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts and I never thought I’d publish it because I don’t share overly personal things here. However, I don’t think I’ll have a more fitting day to post this and it’s about time we stop feeling embarrassed or scared talking about mental health.
I’ve had a tumultuous year to say the least and one of the biggest things I’ve realised is the importance of making sure I keep my mental health in check. Today, I’ll share how I’ve dealt with my mental health and how I boost my wellbeing.
Last weekend, I headed over to Avondale for the monthly NZ Bloggers Brunchclub at Rosebank Coffee & Kitchen. I’ve never been there but I’ve heard great things so I was pretty excited. My friend Lena of Lena Talks Beauty also organised it. I love trying new food places so I’m glad to have this place ticked off my long list.
The photos in this post was taken back in June but I couldn’t not share the prettiest place I’ve ever had brunch in. If you live in Auckland, I highly recommend checking out Homestead on a beautiful day. I went here for brunch with a bunch of NZ bloggers. I’ve never been here before and this place was full of surprises.
Today’s post is about one of my favourite food places in Auckland. I should’ve written about The Garden Shed a long time ago because I’ve been here multiple times but I was only able to take better photos during the weekend when I went with other NZ Bloggers for the monthly Brunchclub.
May was a pretty full-on but it was pretty good. When I looked back, I realised I have so many photos.
Today, I’m sharing all the best bits from the past month and you can check out my recap below.
Two weekends ago, I went to The Cat Lounge with a bunch of lovely NZ Bloggers for Brunchclub. When I found out that April’s event was at a cat cafe, I couldn’t miss out on a ticket. Since getting my kitty Turbo, I have become a crazy cat lady so going to this place is definitely up my alley.
If you’re wondering what it is like, click below because I’m sharing my whole experience and a lot of cute cat photos.
I feel like I say this every month but how fast is this year going by though?! It’s already May and April whizzed by so quickly. Next thing you know, it will be the end of the year which is crazy.
April was quite a hectic month for me. There were some stressful parts but I also did some exciting things. See monthly recap below.
A few weeks ago, we took a trip to Mount Maunganui in Tauranga for a a mini-holiday. Although I only had a few days off work, it was a much needed break. We went the week before Easter because we thought it would be less busy. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t the greatest but we still made the best of it.
I’ll share what we got up to and the food we tried down below so if you’re thinking of heading to the Mount any time soon, this post may give you some ideas.
It has been a really hot summer and I haven’t worn jeans in months. However, the colder weather is due to kick in soon and I’ll be able to wear my favourite pair of boyfriend jeans again. This has been a wardrobe staple of mine since getting it and today I’m showing you how I’ve styled it.
To see the full outfit details, continue below.