(My cat, looking extremely unimpressed)
I hadn't been having a particularly good week when I reminded myself that the little things really count and that there will be plenty of good days after bad ones. Take for example this amazing sunny Thursday morning before school started as I had a free period (Thursday's are becoming my favourite days). Just me and my laptop, cat and the latest Yen in the sun.
This photo looks like a double exposure image but it isn't, it's just something I took from reflections through the window, the intense sun making it easy. Right now I'm getting pretty excited because at the term I get to go away for just under two weeks on holiday in Australia. I can't wait to shop 'til I drop, relax and lay in the sun. From now until then all I'm doing is trying to save up as much as I can to buy a MacBook Air on the way back home in duty free as it'll save me quite a lot of $$. After then it'll be looking closer to summer than ever! I, of course, have got exams to think about too.
Today I headed into work for a couple of hours as I didn't feel like working too much (my hours are extremely flexible, I can basically work whenever I want for how long I like) and then went out for lunch with my family nearby. I had a lamb pizza which was very good. Day's like this are the best - all I'll be doing for the rest of the day is relaxing with my laptop. I've got a killer headache right now though so I think I'll be taking it easy. I'm also off to the Travel show tomorrow with my parents as we may be booking an extremely, extremely exciting trip for next year.
Today I also rushed into Farmers to repurchase my powder, Rimmel's Stay Matte Powder, as mine had well and truly seen better days as there was not much of it left in the tin and earlier in the week it had smashed on the floor and cracked all the product in bits - I seem to have a knack for dropping things and breaking them.
Links I Love // This Rookie Mag playlist, this little reminder for gaining confidence, all of this delicious looking sweet stuff and inspiration for a little room switch up.