Impossible to not upload this. There are no words. Personally these photos easily deserve front cover status over Kate 'Cat Daddy' Upton.
Tuesday, 4 December 2012
This annual event may just be more anticipated than my birthday and maybe even Christmas. Those who know me are fully aware of my Victorias Secret obsession, so when I lived in Vancouver last year the opportunity to watch the Victorias Secret Fashion Show online in 'real time' and by real time I mean along with the rest of the North American population was AMAZING. With a lot of things however - Gossip Girl being one, the delay in the UK receiving all things American really really upsets me, so you can imagine my excitement when I found out that the UK will be broadcasting the show actually ON television and we dont have to sit huddled round a laptop streaming it.
My huge pink glitter filled balloon was quickly burst when I realised it wouldn't be broadcast tonight along with my Canadian and American friends and there is no guarantee yet of when the exact date will be (most likely July next year-by this point I will have already streamed it aprox 235632 times!) but the thought was there and when it is eventually on you can guarantee I will be eagerly awaiting with popcorn in hand.
For the entire male population and those as hooked as me, get excited with this trailer.
Sunday, 2 December 2012
I am absolutely obsessed with all things Aus atm. Mostly the fact they are experiencing summer right now whilst we freeze our tootsies off. Australia is high up there on my bucket list and the sooner I get there the better. This Harpers Bazaar Australia December edition with the stunning gap toothed Georgia Jagger is enough to make me book a one way flight and never return. Spending Christmas on the beach donned in santa hats sounds perfect to me. Fingers crossed for next year!?
Saturday, 1 December 2012
The perfect news platform for the educated professional, which so many of you, obviously are! I am targeting this post more towards the girls as the simplified breakdown of daily news may appeal to you more. (that is in no way supposed to sound sexist but I just know that scrolling through bbc news for hours on end every day isn't my idea of time well spent) however that doesn't mean I want to be completely baffled when a conversation crops up about the attacks in Libya or the renewal of tax breaks for working families in the states. That said, those snippets dont have me jumping for joy but theSkimm seems to make the news that little bit more engaging.
The site with the tag line, 'we read, you skimm' is temptation enough. Where do I sign?
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