The January Round-Up

Another Doctor Who calendar to punctuate these posts? I do think so!

Doctor Who Desk Calendar 2015 January

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Mind Over Fatter

I love it when things come back into fashion with weight loss, it means I can drag old posts out of my archives and have a re-read and re-plug. This month, I'm talking about hypnotism, which I've written about previously in terms of weight loss here. I'm a massive fan of hypnotism when it comes to things like weight loss, quitting smoking and so forth; they're incredibly helpful if you can get yourself into the right mindset to use them. With that thought in mind, I pre-ordered myself a Kindle version of Anna Richardson's Mind Over Fatter to have go at as the New Year started (release date: 1st January 2015).

Mind Over Fatter Anna Richardson Does it work?
Inspiration photo, the book and the downloads

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For the Love of Shopping

It wouldn't be January without a post about shopping in the sales, would it?

Shopping is my cardio

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My Style Icons

I've spent a good few hours of the last month pratting about on Pinterest. As well as a well stocked geeky board, my fashion board is looking good,  and recently I've started a make-up one too. This all started from a discussion with my best friend whilst watching Made in Chelsea

We both agreed on why we like MIC; the overall look of the show is nice, it's well made (despite being riddled with product placement these days) and most of all we like the style within. It's a different animal to the TOWIE crowd; no fake tans, less hair extensions and body mods, clothes I would actually wear - basically it's a nice little style book for me. Stephanie Pratt is someone who executes the kind of make-up I like perfectly; her colouring is quite close to mine so one episode with her in it and I had a list of lipsticks that I want to buy next. 

This got me thinking about my style icons; who they are and why I look to them for inspiration at times. Behold: a collage of lovely ladies! 

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Brian & Robin's Christmas Compendium of Reason (2014)

Christmas is one of those times when traditions come into force. In the last 12 months I've started a new one; spending in a night in December at the Hammersmith Apollo at Brian & Robin's Christmas Compendium of Reason. Nothing celebrates the birth of Christ quite like 4 hours of science, comedy and music hosted by Robin Ince and Professor Brian Cox.

Brian & Robin's Christmas Compendium 2014 Hammersmith Apollo

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