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Sunday, 3 March 2019

A March To Do List

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1. Make lot's of pancakes - this banana vegan pancakes recipe is my absolute favourite... I like to mix some almond butter with a splash of hot water and maple syrup to make a delicious drizzle to go over them!

2. Check out Glossier's new brand Glossier Play - I can't wait to see what they have in store!

3. Celebrate all that spring has to offer - pink blossom, the fresh pastels trickling into stores and spring showers - ideal for cosy at home spring pamper days!

4. Blast out my motivational playlist - I've just invested in a wonderboom  - a cute little bluetooth speaker that I can link to my iPhone. I've been dancing round my flat all week to it!

5. Add a few new spring reads to my tbr, get stuck into a few books - along with listening to Pride and Prejudice on audiobook and finishing off The Dreadful Tale Of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken.

6. My colourpop order is due to arrive this month - my first dabble into the brand, I ordered faaar too many eyeshadows... I can't wait for them to arrive!

7. Pick up a new vase for pretty spring flowers... I'm torn between this gold one, this Anthropologie Gilded Bloom vase (which has been on my wishlist forever!) and these cute mini pastel River Island ones!

8. Find a cute, billowy, chunky cardigan for those chilly spring evenings - one like this lovely cream one!

9. Get back to the gym - or start up yoga again, after a month or so off, I'm hoping to get back into working out this month.

10. Have a hair pamper, my hairs been feeling quite dry and lacklustre from the long winter months, I've heard so many great things about the Olaplex No3 Hair protector, also I have my eye on a few Ouai picks - their finishing creme looks amazing!

What's on your March to do list?
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