I bought this book for a couple, specific reasons. First of all, I love the story of Peter Pan. The idea of an island where you can be carefree and young always is incredible. Second, I love reimaginings. I loved Gregory Maguire’s books, I’ve enjoyed Disney’s villain books, they’re all interesting. So I grabbed Lost Boy, the story of Captain Hook.
I was raised on Star Trek. As a baby, I’d watch the Original Series reruns and new episodes of Next Generation. I have very distinct memories of watching the finales of DS9 and Voyager. I enjoyed Enterprise as a teenager. And now, as an adult, I get to watch an all new Star Trek – Star Trek Discovery.
While I’d like to say that I’m not picky about my shampoo and conditioner, I’m aware that saying that would make me a liar. So yes, I am picky; my hair is finicky and I’d like it to just stay out of my face, and look alright. I don’t think it’s the biggest request, but with relatively fine, curly hair, it’s a big request.
One of my favorite things to do is go to a bookstore and peruse the titles. If I find anything interesting but I know I don’t have time to explore it, I write it down and grab the free sample on my Kindle later. Sometimes it works out, but most times it doesn’t. My latest find, a novel called The Flight of the Silvers by Daniel Price, will be remembered as one of the best finds I’ve ever stumbled upon in a bookstore.
I did it. I fell for the charcoal craze. I know that it actually does help with acne; African Black Soap is one of my all time favorite products, but I also know that there’s only so much charcoal you can cram into one particular beauty item. But I bought myself pore strips regardless. I like the pore strips, even though I don’t use them super often. They’re a bit of a “treat yo’self” item; I usually have a box at home but only use them once or twice a month when the black heads are at their worst.
As many of you know, I went to the Lush Creative Showcase in London last week. It was an incredible experience, full of character versions of bath bombs, speaking sessions, and bath bombs. I didn’t buy a ton there, but I did get some things, and some ideas for what I’ll be buying once I can get to my Lush shop. So let’s get into the new Halloween line!
I have heard all about how great the Welcome to Night Vale podcast is from people all over. It’s a unique and powerful fandom, but I struggle to listen to podcasts. It’s hard for me to take in information solely aurally; i do better when I’m using multiple senses. So my boyfriend recommended that I check out the Welcome to Night Vale book; it has the same characters as the podcast, and goes through some similar points. So I grabbed it for my trip last week, and read it on the buses.