Thursday, 31 July 2014

Hippy Post

A bit of a different post, but I'm just really enjoying taking photos and just generally being outside so I thought I'd share a couple of snaps.

I think it's really easy to get caught up in the stresses of life, but when you get the chance to re-evaluate all of those things which are bothering you seem so insignificant.

I think the summer really is a nice reflective time, especially for me as I've just finished school. It's nice to have a reflective period before you have to confront the real world- that's how I think of it anyway. I don't know what it is, and it may just be my natural free spirit and inner hippy talking but I find there is something really peaceful in being outside. 

Basically what I'm saying is, Enjoy taking some time for yourself and enjoy being outside :) 

El x

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Breakfast idea: Scrambled Egg, Smoked Salmon and Avocado

Morning everyone! I love having this for breakfast and as a light lunch. It's such a nice alternative to a Full English or fried egg on toast sort of thing. I won't go into detail as to how I did it because its pretty self explanatory. I used brown whole wheat and seed bread, mashed the avocado on top, cooked up the scrambled egg and finished with smoked salmon and lemon.

This dish has so many nutritional benefits. Avocado is amazing for your skin and although its high in calories and fats these are healthy fats and omega 3 which are really important in a healthy diet. Research has also shown that avocados are good for brain function, a healthy heart, blood pressure and anti-aging. Eggs contain protein and essential amino acids, they have also been shown to prevent the development of cataracts and prevent muscle degeneration. Although filling this is actually really light. If you don't like fish, don't worry swap avocado for bacon. 


El x

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

OOTD 29/07/2014

Top- River Island
Skirt- Primark
Shoes- Birkenstocks/Office
Jacket- Zara

I couldn't believe it when I saw this skirt in Primark. Its the kind of thing I imagine seeing in Urban Outfitters or something! I've got  a bit of a love/ hate relationship with Primark. I rarely go in there because I see the huge crowds and that familiar muggy smell but I think if you really hunt you can find some gems.


Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Make-up moments: Whats on my face?

Hello Everyone!

This post is an extension of my GRWM post as I thought here I would go more in depth into what make-up I am wearing at the moment.

1. Sleek Face Form Palette:

I won't bore you by going into this again but I really love it - check out my review

2. Mac 'All that Glitters' eye shadow:

This is a gorgeous eye shadow, one of the first Mac ones I ever brought actually! Mac eyeshadows have a beautiful creamy texture and great pigmentation. It's sort of a champagne gold colour and looks wonderful on its own over the lids. A light wash for a summery, everyday look or, layer the product with a darker brown in the crease for some night-time glamour. 

3. Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream:

This was actually my Mum's before I permanently borrowed it. It has a fragrance, which personally I don't mind but I know it isn't for everyone. I really love BB creams, especially in the summer. I figure if your skin doesn't need the coverage, then why not use a lighter coverage and more moisturising product? If I do in fact decide I need some more coverage I just mix a tiny bit of my Loreal True Match foundation in and it seems to do the trick. 

4. No.7 Protect and Perfect Day Cream:

I really like this product underneath my foundation/BB cream. It has a really creamy texture and doesn't sit on the skin looking oily. I'm big on SPF because I have fair skin I don't want it to get sun damaged so I look like a prune by the time I'm 30! But regardless of how fair your skin is an SPF provides protection from harmful UV rays which can cause skin cancer. Dramatic I know but i'd rather look youthful than prune like if you don't mind.

5. Bare Minerals Loose Powder Foundation:

After applying my BB cream I like to set it with a powder. When I am using something which such little coverage like a BB cream I like to use a powder with slightly more coverage than just your average translucent powder. I really like how nice this feels on my skin, it barely feels like you're wearing anything!

6. Maybelline The Falsies Mascara:

Again see my review here! 

7. Clinique Chubby Stick in 06 Woppin' Watermelon:

I really like the Clinique Chubby Sticks, I also have Super Strawberry which is a lovely pink/berry shade. If you aren't familiar with them the are velvety, moisturising balms which only have the faintest pigment. I really like them for day-time wearing, something that isn't too glossy or bold. 

Monday, 21 July 2014

OOTD 21/07/2014

Hi Guys! Sorry this post is so late, I've just been really busy. Here is a quick OOTD which I wore to my work experience. 

I really like the 'flowy thing' lol I have no idea what else to call it. It's sort of a kimono but without sleeves so its really cool and breezy.

Shoes: Birkenstocks/ Office
Jeans: H&M
Vest: River Island
Flowy thing: Monki
Bag: Parfois

I picked up this orange bag in Portugal at a bargain price of only £15! Although it isn't real leather it's lasted really well. If you live in Europe or go on holiday there, definitely check it out.

Sunday, 20 July 2014

OOTD 27/07/2014

Hey guys, sorry it's been so long! I've just been so busy this past week but now my work experience is done you have my full attention :)

Another quick little OOTD ..

Skirt-Love Lable
Vest- River Island
Shoes- Office/Birkenstocks
Jacket- Zara

This skirt is such an awesome pattern. I really love the whole tie-dye look and the long length of it gives it a really laid back feel :)

Morning GRWM

Good Morning! I thought I would show you how I get ready and make myself look presentable to the world.

Obviously the first thing to do is to get up which, I'm not going to lie, takes me a rather long time. But when I am finally concious I'll go down stairs and have some breakfast. Typically I like to be as healthy as I can at breakfast and for me I feel so much more positive and awake if I've had a good breakfast. 

No this isn't just a huge bowl of banana buried underneath there is; blueberries, raspberries, passion fruit and an Activia prune yogurt. This sort of breakfast isn't too heavy but still fills you up so it's perfect for a busy day. 

I don't drink normal tea and I rarely drink coffee so I've been really getting into mint tea recently

After finishing my breakfast (and maybe watching a few YouTube videos..) I drag myself back upstairs and jump in the shower. 

In the shower I have really been enjoying using the John Freida range, it just smells so amazing! I've got the. I proceed to wash my body with the balance me shower gel and then wash my face with my Simple cleansing face wash. When I jump out the shower I put some of the John Frieda hair oil on the ends of my hair and I moisturise my face with the Simple moisturiser. I then just let my hair air dry.

For make-up I usually keep it pretty simple. I really like using a BB cream, set in place with my Bare Minerals powder foundation. Just a slick of mascara (I know I said I wasn't keen on this one but I want to use it up). I don't use much blush because I'm naturally quite rosey, then I finish off with a balm or moisturising lip colour.

Look out for my next post going into detail about this make-up and there is an outfit post coming up :)

I hope you enjoyed this. I know its a bit bizarre to see this type of content on a blog and not a YouTube channel but oh well! It's something a bit different.

El x

Saturday, 19 July 2014

My TEDx Story

Hi Guys. This is a bit of a different post to something I normally do but I really wanted to share my experience with you, so I hope you enjoy..

After months of preparation, on a Friday afternoon in April, my friend Liviy and I stood up in front of over 200 people a did a presentation which was filmed and put on YouTube. It was one of the craziest things I have ever done, we were absolutely petrified  but the experience was so exhilarating.

L-R, Me and Liviy

Our talk was on 'Femininity and Body Image' which is a pretty tough undertaking given the stigma around the concept of 'Feminism', even at college people would talk to us about it asking 'Are you a feminist?' an innocent enough question but we knew what they were implying. Bra burning, misandrist, you get the jist of the many stereotypes of a feminist. I think its sad that such a strong, empowering movement has got a bad representation purely because of how it has been documented in the media, just take a look at the Suffragettes for example.

Initially Liviy approached me in Autumn of 2013 and asked should we do this. I accepted not really knowing the full extend that I had let myself into. We spend months and months, planning, rehearsing and editing the script which we had to learn by heart. This preparation all came to a head in April..

The talk itself was met with such a positive response, it was pretty overwhelming. Complete strangers, friends and even esteemed teachers were coming up to us telling us how much they had enjoyed our talk and that it had really struck a cord with them. Liviy and I had to take some time out on a climbing frame to remind ourselves that yes we had actually done it!

I honestly couldn't have wished for a better partner. Liviy and I were good friends before but, I really think that this whole process brought us together even more. They say that you regret  what you don't do more than what you do and I couldn't agree more. I don't regret doing the talk despite the stress and nerves and you know what? I am proud of us. Being able to overcome fear in order to deliver the talk was the most amazing feeling of relief and elation.

The talk sort of speaks for itself with regards to its message, so have a watch and see what you think.

Ellie x

Friday, 18 July 2014

No Post Today ..

Hi Guys, sorry for not posting today. I've been doing work experience this week and next week so I'm a bit short of time, But I'll try and post as often as possible :)

Thanks for understanding

El x

Thursday, 17 July 2014

REVIEW: Loreal True Match Foundation

Here is another cult product, Loreal True Match Foundation. This foundation has been causing waves throughout the blogging world due to its huge colour range, something usual in drug store ranges. The foundation is a pump action which when applied sets to a matte, slightly powdery finish that is natural, letting your skin show through, while still providing light coverage that blurs minor blemishes and redness.

Don't get me wrong, for my combination skin the effect is good and may suit others, but for me personally I prefer a more dewy finish and I think that the powdery effect just doesn't look that great on me. I started applying it with my Real Techniques Foundation brush but I then switched to using my fingers in hope of more success but I remained underwhelmed.

(Please excuse the messy lid, things got a bit cray in my make-up bag )

I'm definitely not saying it isn't a good foundation because it most certainly is. One thing I do like about it is its very light finish- it feels like you aren't wearing anything on your skin! I'm just not 'wowed' by its finish on me, personally.  

How do you rate this foundation? Am I the only one who was slightly disappointed?

El x

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Travel Diary: Malta

Hello Everyone! I have just come back from going on holiday to Malta with my family and it was amazing. I had never been to Malta before despite being part Maltese, but my Mum and her siblings used to go out all the time so the trip was very nostalgic for them.

The flight time was very quick, less than 3 hours which was good because I loath flying. Malta is so tiny that within about 45 mins you can be at the other side of the island so travelling from the airport was really quick and easy.

There is so much history in Malta, for such a small place nearly every building has some sort of cultural significance. It's also really strange because Malta was once occupied by the British there are lots of British shops out there. For example when we walked into the capital Valletta we just happened to walk past a Marks and Spencer!

Dingli Cliffs

Gozo Caves

We went to lots of churches and did all the usual cultural stuff but we spend a lot of time by the pool because it was just so hot. For those that don't know Malta is actually quite close to North Africa but because it is an island there is a breeze as well- this made it especially pleasant when the temperature reached the late 30s (degrees centigrade). The snorkeling is also fantastic because the water is so clear you can see all the fish and rocks.

Things not to miss:
-If you want to party then Selima is the place to be, not too far from Valetta it is where all the day trip boats leave from and it really is buzzing in the evenings.
-Take a trip to the Blue Lagoon just off the Island of Gozo. It is such a fab snorkeling area.
- In my opinion the best way to see Malta is by sea so I highly recommend a harbour boat trip.
- Medina is a beautiful historical city and is well worth a visit.

-Tarragon, St Pauls Bay- We went there for my mum's birthday meal and honestly the food is some of the best I have ever had.
-La Sfoglia, Valletta- Hands down the best tuna steak I have ever had, again expensive but worth it for a special treat!

I also did a little bit of shopping whilst I was there :) All in all I truly recommend a trip to Malta there is so much to see and the weather is just perfection!

Have you been to Malta before? Where is your favorite place to go on holiday?

El x

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Why GBK has a special place in my heart..

Hello Everyone! The other day myself and some friends went out for lunch at one of our favorite places .. GBK. Now I briefly mentioned my love for GBK in my Berlin travel diaries, but I thought I'd tell you a bit more about why it is the best.

Yes, I have tried other burger chains such at Byron's etc but I still think GBK is just better. My personal favorite is the avocado and bacon burger which is always perfectly cooked and just amazing without being greasy and bleughh.

I think its a great place to go with friends because each person can go up and pay individually and so you don't have the awkward splinting of the bill. Side note, we were doing this in Berlin and it was just so complicated and I think a few waitresses were pleased to see the back of us!

Just look at that burgery goodness!

Another great thing about GBK is the app. If you are able to download it, it is SO worth getting. It's free and each time you go you receive a reward. For example for just downloading the app you get a free sauce! Who doesn't love a bit of free food?! For those with smaller appetites they have a lunch time deal where the burgers start at £5.95, what a bargain!

I really recommend a visit, my local never disappoints.

Have you visited a GBK before?

El x

Monday, 14 July 2014

OOTD 14/07/14

Good Morning! Here is just another very casual outfit of the day where I was about to go and run some errands.

Top- H&M
Jeans- Topshop Leighs
Shoes- Birkenstocks
Jacket: Zara
Sunglasses- Topshop

I'm really loving the Birkenstock trend at the moment, they are so comfortable! As always please excuse the crinkles in the clothes in the photo, I'm not a great folder. Ain't nobody got time for that .. 

El x

Sunday, 13 July 2014

A Lazy Day

Good Morning! The nicest thing to do after a busy week is just having a lazy day. I love putting everything on hold and forgetting all the stress of the past week and just having some chill out time.

I usually read InStyle magazine but they were all sold out when I went to buy one so I got good ol' Grazia instead.

I've decided to re-watch One Tree Hill as I used to absolutely love it. I've only got the box-sets up to series 5, so I may have to place an Amazon order for the next few box sets.

For anyone who hasn't seen or heard of One Tree Hill I definitely advise you check it out, especially if you like other American TV shows such as 90210.

Have a restful Sunday!

El x

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Summer Lip Maintenance

I always find that my lips become really dry in the summer months. I think this is because of wearing sun-cream, swimming in chlorinated water and just general sun exposure which causes my lips to become really dry and cracked- not a pretty sight. But, I have found two products which I have been really enjoying using whist I was on holiday in order to keep my lips nice and smooth. 

Now, I haven't been into Lush since I was about 13 when I was obsessed with bath bombs (I still have about 20 of them!) but I just happened to be in lush with a friend when I spotted their Lip Scrubs. I had never even thought about exfoliating my lips but I was lured in by the amazing smell of the Popcorn lip scrub and the rest is history. I love using the scrub, which is also edible, at any point in the day to remove any flaking skin. 

After exfoliating my lips (and eating the excess) I proceed with a lip balm. I used to be a huge Vaseline fan and don't get me wrong I still love it when they bring out their limited edition flavours but I got to the stage where I just didn't think it was actually doing anything to my lips. Whilst in Lush I happened upon a beeswax lip balm which I have just been loving. As I'm writing this blog post and looking at the lip balm all the writing on the top of the pot has actually rubbed off so I can't remember they name of it but I'm sure any of the other Lush lip balms are just as good.

I really like the fact Lush products aren't packed full of chemicals like other brands. This bees wax lip balm is no exception as it contains Shea butter, almond oil, bees wax, honey - all that kind of good stuff. I also like that this balm doesn't have a glossy finish like the Vaseline ones which means it's a great one to apply before using a lipstick.

Overall I have notice that my lips are in far better condition because of these products so I highly recommend that you give them a whirl! 

Do you have any other lip maintenance recommendations? 

El x

P.S this is not sponsored by Lush I just like their lip products 😊

REVIEW: Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

I had never tried ant Liz Earle products until I received this product as a gift. I had read rave reviews from bloggers about it so I was really looking forward to giving it a whirl.

Firstly the smell is divine. It smells like you are in a spa, natural, fresh and woody it just smells good for your skin. It is a thick creamy formula which is pump dispensed on to dry skin and massage in. It comes with a muslin cloth with you run under hot water, ring out and excess and gently polish your face and neck. I quite like to roughly remove most of my make-up before actually using this purely because I don't want to get the muslin cloth all stained.

My face honestly felt really thoroughly cleansed and that eucalyptusy goodness ahhh its just so refreshing. It isn't an abrasive or stripping formula so I would agree with using it morning and night as recommended it also doesn't leave an oily or heavy feeling residue on your skin.

(Cloth not pictured because it was in the wash-sorry!)

This 100ml size starter kit should set you back around £15 which, to be honest really isn't that bad for the quality of this product.There are so many sizes available that if you aren't sure whether to make the investment you can buy a 15ml size for under £3.50 incl. a muslin cloth!

This dreamy cleanser/exfoliating hybrid is truly worth the money and has become a firm staple in my skin care routine.

Have you tried the Cleanse and Polish?

El x

Friday, 11 July 2014

REVIEW: Sleek Face Form

I think Sleek is a brand which doesn't get the recognition it deserves. A high street brand, which is reasonably affordable, I have yet to be disappointing by what they have to offer.

I was a total contour newbie but after watching many YouTube videos I could see the difference it made to the way the face looked. I wanted a piece this wizardry, soI brought the Face Form Kit in the shade Light for about £10 in Boots. At the time this made me a bit nervous as it was the first product I had ever brought from the Sleek brand. I really had nothing to worry about. This set is fantastic with a rose-goldy blush (which is very similar to Nars Orgasm I might add) a lovely pearl highlight and a great matte contour shade make this kit well worth the money.

Since the new Urban Decay Naked Flushed palette have been released I can't help but notice their similarity with the Sleek contour kit, obviously aside from the price of which the Urban Decay palette is around £22.
(There is a mirror but I managed to break mine off *face palm*)

Watch- Sekonda
Tan line- My own

The palette is made up of very pigmented powders, which may not be to everyone's taste but on the skin it looks very natural and not cakey at all. To top things all off it comes in a range of skin tones from fair-dark.

This wonderful product is sort of like a Nars and Urban Decay cross-breed, and I can't think of a better combination.

What do you think? Have you tried any Sleek products?

El x

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Travel Diary: Berlin

In late June I went to Berlin for a few days with some of my closest friends to explore a city none of us had ever been too. It was such a great trip, we where there from Sunday- Thursday evening so we had a good length of time to explore. Although we had 5 days I think you could probably do Berlin in 2 days if you really needed to, but we managed to fill the time.

The Berlin Wall

 One of my favourite things we went to see was the Berlin Wall. This may sound strange, aside from the bombing, I did expect it to be a lot bigger! The colours and the art work was just fantastic but I did think it was a bit of a shame that people had been signing the wall. I don't know I just thought it was a bit disrespectful that a person who had only stood there for 5 minutes felt they should write their name on such a piece of history. For example who cares that Louise from Canada was here.. I don't know I just wasn't sure about that one.

Brandenburg Gate

 The Brandenburg Gate was really cool, I think they were setting up a screen to watch the football behind. I wish we had gone back to see it all lit up at night time!

The Holocaust Memorial

The Holocaust Memorial was really amazing. I didn't realise that the ground level changed and as a result the statues varied in height. It was really disorientating and strange but that was the intention of the piece!

This is just a snapshot of some of the things we got up to in Berlin we also went to Checkpoint Charlie, Topography of terrors, Reichstag Building and Hitler's Bunker. The Topography of Terrors was brilliant, one of the best museums I have ever been too. The one disappointment (aside from the weather) was Hitler's Bunker .. it doesn't actually exists. I know? Weird right? It was literally a car park with a sign-up saying this is where the Bunker used to be and we initially walked straight passed it. 

There is so much history to see that I would definitely recommend a trip there. If you do decide to go however you simply have to go to Burgermiester which is tucked away, under the train line in East Berlin, near the Berlin Wall. The wait can be long because it a popular local place but it is honestly the best burger I have ever had, and that's saying something as I'm a huge GBK fan. 

Have you ever been to Berlin?

El x

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

OOTD: 09/07/2014

Hello! Here is a quick outfit of the day for you. I wore this when I was meeting an old friend and so I just wanted to be really comfortable and casual. 

Dress- H&M
Shirt- H&M
Shoes- Birkenstocks
Sunglasses- Topshop

When I eventually went out it was actually a bit chilly so I also wore my Zara denim jacket as well. Oh and I also wasn't feeling the hat, it was a bit too windy.

Top 5 Summer(ish) Highstreet Nail Varnishes

Top 5 Summer Nail Varnishes

L-R: Blueberry, Marshmallow Heaven, Rose Libertine, Watermelon, Bahama Mama

I was brainstorming some post ideas and I thought that this would be a fun one to do. I don't have the money to go and get regular manicures and pedicures so I always do my own nails. To be honest though I find it quite a thereputic process but to always paint my nails and realise that there is something really important I need to do, is that just me? Anyway let's get started..

1. Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine in Blueberry 

The Gelly Hi-Shines have made a huge impression on the blogging world for their great colour range, affordable price and glossy finish. I have to say I do have far too many of these nail varnishes but at only around £3.99 a time they aren't breaking the bank. Blueberry is a lovely pastel sky blue colour and adds a real holiday vibe to any outfit. I think it looks really nice on both fingers and toes and especially when paired with other bright colours.

2. Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine in Watermelon

Yes another Gelly Hi-Shine but Watermelon certainly doesn't disappoint. It is a great wearable dark green, which might seem an unusual choice for a summer nail varnish but hear me out. I think this darker colour looks great on your toes particularly if you are a bit of a colour-phobe or is your nails aren't in good condition. I find darker colours are way more forgiving in this respect- but remember to use a base coat!

3. Rimmel Lasting Finish in Marshmallow Heaven

This is a lovely purple which really is a must in any summer nail varnish collection. There are many of these on the high-street but I particularly like this one because it is more of a purple that a pastel which on my pale skin I think is way more flattering.

4. Essie Bahama Mama

This nail varnish is my all time favorite. Essie nail varnishes are hugely hyped up and with good reason. Although more expensive than the others (around £8) the nail varnishes are just beautiful quality and with a staying power which, in my opinion, far exceeds that of the Gelly Hi-Shines. Bahama Mama is quite a complex color, in some lights it's a purple in others more red. Day to night in summer and winter I think it looks amazing, I just love it. 

5. Rimmel 60 Seconds in Rose Libertine

If you're not into brights then that's fine. Rose Libertine is such a classic and elegant colour. It's a pinky coral which usually I avoid but I just think it looks so flattering! These nail varnishes also have a really glossy finish. 

What are your favorite summer colours? 

El x

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

REVIEW: Maybelline The Falsies Volume Express Mascara

I brought this product after watching too many Tanya Burr videos as she raves about this mascara and the magical effect it has on her lashes. I dashed down to Boots as soon as I could in order to try this miracle product.

On first application I wasn't sure. I really like the larger brush size but I wasn't keen on the actual brush, I far prefer a more plastic applicator. The formula, I found was quite wet and didn't really hold a curl in my lashes at all. Although a really nice black colour, I found that after several layers my lashes looked really spidery and clumpy.

After a few weeks the formula became slightly dryer which I found worked better on my lashes but I still remained disappointed as the mascara really didn't give my lashes any curl at all.

On the whole I think this is a pretty marmite product and I think I might be in the minority of people who really just didn't get on with it. It's such a shame because I really like other Maybelline products but this one just didn't work for me. I'll continue to use it, simply to use it up but I won't be repurchasing. I think I'll just stick to my Benefit They're Real mascara from now on ..

What do you think? Did you dislike this mascara as well or do you totally disagree?

El x

REVIEW: Loreal 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution

Recently, have been really enjoying using this product to remove my make up, although I am slightly biased as I am a  huge fan of cleansing waters. I find cleansing waters are really nice in hotter weather as they don't feel too heaving on your skin unlike some cream or gel formulas. I found this really worked with removing my make up quickly but I think can be a little drying so I would recommend using a moisturiser. I have been using the Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser which seems to do the trick.

I would agree that it 'dissolves make-up' and 'removes impurities' but I haven't really noticed that it unclogs my pores. My skin hasn't been irritated by this at all so would agree that it is suitable for sensitive skin.

With regards to the packaging it is a bit annoying as the top does mean that often too much product is dispensed leading to quite a bit of it being wasted, but this just means being a bit more careful. 

Overall for the price this product is really great for removing make-up without being to harsh or irritating the skin? The great thing about this solution is that it is really easy to get your hands on ( far easier than Bioderma!) and with it only being around £5 in Boots for 200mls of product I for one, will definatly be re-purchasing. 

What do you think, have you tried this? 

El x 

Back again..


I'm back again after being MIA for literally ages with school work exams etc but I'm back! 

So what has changed? Well.. I have left school now (YEEY) and I'm just waiting to recieve my A Level results in August. I'm also taking a Gap Year which at the moment is distinctly un-planned so I need to think about getting a job, some work experience all that sort of thing in order to fill my year.

I'm planning to post pretty regularly, nearly daily now given that I have quite a bit of time on my hands and to try and bump up the content of this blog hehe

If you have had exams I hope you feel that they went reasonably and try and enjoy the summer before D Day aka results day.

Speak to you soon,

El xx