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18 Things of 2018

"Live your best life."

I know I havn't done a blog post since last October and I'm fully blaming the stress and work load that comes with final year! Fourth year is no laughing matter, unless you're like me and take the piss out of failing miserably.

 So about two weeks ago I decided that on the 1st of March (today) I would have a blog post ready to go and get back out into the world of blogging, and here I am.

I choose to do all this today because March is my birthday month (pass the cake!) and I also really needed to stop putting blogging on the long finger and stop making up excuses as to why I wasn't/couldn't blog.

This blog post is dedicated to all the things I hope to have achieved by the end of 2018, some are bigger and scarier than others so hopefully by writing them down it's like signing a contract into doing them...

The Belle Brush

So as everyone may know by now I've had my Belle Hair extensions in since March of this year and I don't know how I ever lived without them! Between the amazing quality of the hair, the even better service you receive from the girls in the salon, I've had an overall great experience with them and can't see myself without them.

Recently, the owner Nancy has designed her own brush specialised for extensions and launched it back in September. This brush is not just amazing for hair with extensions but even people without extensions will be able to use it and find it just as beneficial.
I recently done a small live video (daunting, I know) explaining briefly about this wonder product but I wanted to do an in dept blog post explaining all you need to know about it.

Boston Baby

"Of all the books in the world, the best stories are between the pages of a passport."

So after my third trip of the year I can officially say I'm not the biggest fan or airports anymore...
but that won't stop me from travelling the world one country at a time!

I'm only back from Boston a day now and straight back over to Galway for my final year in college so to say I'm tired would be a slight understatement. Boston was the fourth place I was lucky enough to visit in the States and like every other state it was completely different to anywhere that I've been before in the US.