Sunday, 27 September 2015

Tanya Burr Cosmetics

About a year ago i found the world of YouTube vloggers. Every day i find more vloggers who i grow to love more by each video they upload. My favourite at the moment is Tanya Burr, she seems so lovely, genuine and sweet. So ever since i heard about her releasing her own cosmetics, i knew i had to try some of them out. A while passed and i still hadn't found a Superdrug which had her cosmetics available. I spent the day in Liverpool a few days ago and decided to go to there Superdrug just to check again, and they had some of her products! The image below shows you guys what i ended up buying.

Nail Varnish:
The nail varnishes were the ones i wanted to try the most. There were so many amazing colours and i've heard so many great things about them. After a lot of consideration i decided to get two different shades. Penguin Chick and Little Duck. I love the names of every product, they are adorable. Penguin Chick is a lovely shade of grey and Little Duck is a light blue with a touch of green. I'm currently wearing the grey and it's lovely, but too messy to show you guys (i'm sorry!). However i'm a little disappointed with the way it's applied, the liquid is super thin and requires around 3/4 layers to get a nice colour but the brush only needs two strokes. They are £4.99 each in Superdrug.

Lip Gloss:
I'm not really a lip gloss kind of girl, i love my trusty lipstick. However i saw two shades which i'm really into at the minute, berry and nude, and decided i should try give them a go. I've applied both straight onto my lip and they are very juicy, what you'd expect from a lipstick. So last night i put it on top of my Kate Moss Rimmel 128 lipstick and got such a nice look (on the image below, i also used the brow kit). Next i'll be trying the nude with my other Kate Moss Rimmel lipstick. The berry shade is called Berry Picking and the nude is called Lunch date. They were £5.99 each in Superdrug.

Brow Palette:
For months i have been using normal eye shadow on my brows and i decided i should give a real brow kit a go and i'm so glad i chose this one. It has different shades you can mix to get the right colour and the texture of the brush and the angle is fab. I highly recommend this kit if you're looking for a new brow palette!

Overall i still love Tanya as much as i did before, even if her nail varnish did disappoint me. Let me know if you've tried any of her products and what you thought of them! Until next time my loves.


Thursday, 24 September 2015

Junk Review

This title could be missleading.. I don't mean random Junk, I mean the amazing quirky restaurant in my town centre. Not only do they do amazing food, they specialise in new and exciting cocktails. I woke up that morning and I knew I needed some delicious food in my life.

I've been to Junk a few times now, but mostly on a night. The atmosphere isnt much different through the day, a little quieter but still as friendly, quirky and relaxed as on a night. Now if you're like me and prefer to go out for a drink with your friends where you can sit down and have an actual conversation and not try to scream over the thumping music, then you would love this place. On a night at 7 they have people come in and sing live with an instrument for an hour, and i love this. It give the place a warm and unique feel. Not only is it a great atmosphere but the singers are always amazingly talented.

As far as I know it's an independent bar and they only have one in Ormskirk. So if you're from there or Liverpool for example, lucky you! They recently bought some new furniture and it just makes the place feel like home. I mentioned to my housemates who I went with that I could curl up in the seat I was in, have a blanket and get a good book.. it's just that cosy and welcoming.

From 5-7 they do a 2-4-1 cocktail session, which i adore. Any girl who loves a classy drink will tell you that herself. Now look at this exotic fruity cocktail!

I hope you all have a wonderful day and i'll see you all next time.


Monday, 21 September 2015

New Look And Superdrug Haul

The day finally came.. my loan is in! I'm running out of clothes which are appropriate for Autumn/Winter so i decided to treat myself. Then i thought, why not make a haul of everything i've bought? Instead of taking pictures of the clothes i decided to show you them on myself and give you a small review of each piece. Excuse my face on some of the pictures, i'm not used to so many pictures.

My favourite piece which i bought is my new winter coat. I wore it for the first time today and i adore it. It's so warm and for the quality it's so cheap! A hood was a necessity to me and what's better than a bit of fur to go with it? 

New Look- £49.99

Because i have to walk to the bus stop when i'm going to uni i needed comfortable flat boots for the cold winter which is coming up. I've never owned brown boots and because i'm loving my black jeans at the minute i thought i would mix it up a bit.

New Look- £24.99

I got this top on sale for a bargain, and who doesn't love a bargain? The fit is perfect and the material is thick which i love. The detail on the front is gorgeous too.

New Look- £5.70

I took a risk and bought a turtle neck, i wasn't sure when i first got it but i'm in love with the colour and the fit. It has skin tight arms and the jumper is baggy which is a cosy fit.

New Look- £19.99
The detail on this shirt is just gorgeous. It is one of the prettiest pieces i own. The frills on the collar and wrists are so adorable. It's extremely thin though, but it would look lovely with a jumper in the colder weather.

New Look- £12.99

I thought i'd include a few items i picked up from Superdrug too. I'm loving brown this season and i thought i should purchase some stuff. The nail varnish is by Collection and i have it on now, it took three layers to make it a nice colour but the brush is amazing for such a cheap price. The lipstick is by Bourjois in the shade 05, it's a beautiful shade for all year long and i'm officially in love. The last item i bought was the Garnier Micellar, i've heard so much about this item and it's as amazing as everyone says. It cleans your skin perfectly and makes it feel amazing after.

Collection Nail Varnish- £2.99
Bourjois 05 Lipstick- £7.99
Garnier Micellar- £3.79

 I hope you all enjoyed this haul and i'll speak to you all next time!


Saturday, 19 September 2015

Change | Life Update

For most of you it will be a very big month.. lots of new things to be doing, new people to meet and new things to experience. Not to mention it's the month of new starts. Most people will be either starting school, college or university. They are all big events in your life so it's normal to feel any kind of unease. The reason i'm writing this post, having a bit of a rant and filling you all in on my life lately is because i've been going through some changes myself and i'll be going through them in the next month too. September has always marked a new start to me, since i was at school it was always September that held a new beginning. 

As most of you know a few weeks ago i moved into my new house for my second year at university. Which to me is one of the biggest changes in my life so far. Last year i moved 2 and a half hours away from Leeds to the lovely Ormskirk. I didn't know anyone and had to basically create my life all over again. But it has been the best thing i've ever done, i've realised that uni can change some people's life or it can just be a part of it. It's safe to say i'm in the changing people's life category. After spending a year in uni halls i've moved into a house with 5 other people, two i shared a flat with last year and the others i knew for other reasons. So it's a completely different environment and atmosphere, a lot of change. Living with so many other people has its perks and obviously it can come with complications, i'm not really into change, i like it to be comfortable and i like to know what i'm coming home to. Which has been up in the air for the past week because of more new people, but it's finally settling down again and everyone's getting reacquainted and happy.

Another major change in my life is my mum, she has never really been settled during my life but now she's insanely happy. She has the job that she wants and she recently got married and moved into a new house. She's the most important person to me and i'll never love anyone as much her. She inspires me so much and i'm glad she's found someone to spend her life with. 

A week or two after i moved into the house i got a new part time job for extra money when my loan starts to get low. I like it and im constantly busy but it's starting to get too much because freshers week is next week and i just want free time. Because of work i can't have that, but i'd rather have money than have to worry about it so like everyone else, i'm getting on with it. To be honest i just can't wait to start my second year and have a real schedule. I've missed lessons and actual learning, i'm one of the lucky ones.. i actually like my course.

I never do posts about my actual life and i hope you all enjoyed reading about not very interesting things. But anyway, have a fabulous day and i love you all.


Wednesday, 16 September 2015

15 Things Which Go Through A Girls Mind Each Day

So people have this thing when explaining relationships between a man and woman, men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Guys just don't understand what goes on in a girls mind each day. No matter how many different kinds of girls they date, they will still not understand. I'm not saying every girl is the same, because to be honest every girl is different. We just have similar qualities.

I can have many different mood swings in a day. I can be fine and completely happy one second, then in tears the next. I cry at least once a week, for something little or big. Girls are known to be drama queens, but there are some there out me who live for the quiet life. Stereotypes suck.

On to the 15 Things Which Go Through A Girls Mind Each Day. I decided to share with you all the things i think of each day. Whether they be serious or so pointless, i will more than likely think these things all day.
  1. What time shall i next eat?
  2. Oh no, my nail is chipped.
  3. That girl has nice hair.
  4. I like her clothes.
  5. Isn't that a cute baby?
  6. I should probably buy that top next week.
  7. I need to catch up on Pretty Little Liars.
  8. I need to clean my make up brushes.
  9. I need a shower, maybe later.
  10. I need to shave my legs, maybe next week.
  11. I can totally go another day without washing my hair.
  12. Does he really love me?
  13. My lefts, who's talking about me?
  14. Will my wedding gown be strapless or off the shoulder?
  15. I need a cup of tea, but only in my favourite mug.
What do you girls thing about each day? I'm intrigued. 


Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Travel Tuesday: Newquay

In the summer of 2014 i spent a week camping in Newquay with my family, it was one of the nicest holidays i've been on because of the company and setting. I've had a terrible camping experience before and i vowed i would never camp again. I went to Leeds Festival when i was 16 and i had just left school. It rained the whole time and it was loud and i just did not enjoy myself one bit (my tent even collapsed because of the rain at 4am and i had to go home for the night, not that i complained). 

So when my family asked me if i wanted to go to Newquay for a whole week and camp, it's safe to say i was worried. I went anyway because they owned a big tent, with different rooms and it even had a bbq in it. It was a cosy tent. In the end i did enjoy that camping experience and i've been a few times after that. As long as you have a onesie and an extra blanket to go over your sleeping bag you'll be fine. 

We visited a few different beaches and the one below was our favourite. It had the main beach to the left then a stream of water in front of this amazing view. The water was so deep in places so it was better than the actual sea. My little brothers had their wetsuits on every day and my dad had his kayak so each day was full of fun and adventures. There were huge houses on the top of them hills which you can see in the picture below, they were all unique and beautiful, it made me insanely jealous.

On the last day we stopped for fish and chips, then drove to the top of a hill to look at the beach. The sea was really rough so there were no surfers out, the beach was clear and it was beautiful. That's another thing i love, how many people are surfing. There were surfing classes on the beach, with little kids who were learning to surf, it was adorable. The beaches are also really safe, there are so many life guards.

The only bad thing about Newquay is the journey, i was travelling from Leeds so it took around 8 hours. We travelled through the day and we were stuck in traffic for hours. But the journey is worth it if you're going for a while. It's beautiful and there are so many lovely things to do.

Have a fab day and happy Travel Tuesday.


Friday, 11 September 2015

Suffering With Acne | Tips To Help

If you're like me and have always had terrible skin, you will know what it's like to waste money and time on product after product. I always get my hopes up about products which i've amazing read reviews on and then they do nothing at all, or sometimes they can even make my skin worse. I go through phases where my skin is ok and even clear, and then it can turn so bad i don't want to leave the house some days.

However i've learnt different techniques of coping with acne and helping my skin out. If you're that ashamed and down about it, go to the doctors. They will try their best to help you with different products which might or might not work, but you will (in the end) find one which will help. 

I Google pretty much every week to see if there's anything i can do to help my skin and it tells me the same thing every day. I have started to do more of them now that i'm in a routine and can do everything to help myself out. 
  1. Don't drink fizzy drinks.
  2. Drink lots of water.
  3. Wash your face every morning and night.
  4. Never sleep with make up on.
  5. Try eat fruit/veg.
  6. Have a few days a week without make up.
  7. Use herbal face masks not harsh chemicals.
Let me know if you have any tips to help acne, that would be fab. Don't be ashamed of acne, trust me, everyone has it.


Thursday, 10 September 2015

Autumn's Here, Autumn's Here, Autumn's Here

You all need to check out my new header, it goes with the season and it's so pretty. If you didn't already know it's my favourite time of year, finally!

I have started to write so many blog posts this week, each had no spark to me and i realised i wanted to write about my favourite season Autumn. I've seen so many different posts about the season lately, new make up looks and clothing and i realised i would just be the same as everyone else. But when i have the motivation to write about something i don't care if it's not as original as i'd like, i still want to write about it. This is a totally random post, with not much thought put into it, just me rambling about Autumn really.

Kate Moss & Max Factor 

Yesterday i spent the whole evening walking around my house singing 'Autumn is here' and annoying my house mate Holly with my original, and creative if i must say so myself, song. That's when i realised i needed to write this post.

If you're a student you will understand how hard the end of August and half of September is, you have no money and are awaiting the student loan. I decided to choose my winter coat the other day, and i went onto my trusty clothing site New Look (who i love no matter the season) and i found one. From there i choose more and more pieces of clothing and ended up with a bag full of different clothes for autumn which was around £250. It's safe to say i need to clear out my wardrobe and my mind.

I'm writing this post whilst sat next to my bedroom window, and it doesn't feel like Autumn yet. The sun is out and the sky is bright blue, there's a light breeze but it feels lovely. If you're like me and enjoy the cold weather and being able to wear jumpers without looking a little homeless, i'm sure you're looking forward to the next few weeks when the coldness starts to set in.

I'm gunna share some reasons why i love Autumn with you all, so you can get excited too!

  • Berry Lipstick. It will go with whatever you are wearing, it's bright but dark at the same time. So beautiful.
  • It's acceptable to start watching Christmas movies. I'm currently watching The Holiday.
  • The Autumnal breeze and leaves. The setting is more than beautiful.
  • Jumpers and jeans. Cosy clothes for a cosy season.
  • Fluffy socks. More cosy clothes. Just being cosy.
  • Autumnal colours. Maroon, browns, greens, greys, my perfect dark wardrobe. 
  • Hot chocolate season. Mini marshmallows and whipped cream. 
I hope you enjoyed this totally random post and let me know what your favourite part of this season is. Have a good day everyone!


Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Travel Tuesday: Centre Parcs

Happy Travel Tuesday everyone! It's my favourite time of the week, talking about different places in the world. For the past few weeks i've been telling you guys the places i would like to go in the future, so this week i thought i'd share a personal favourite place i've been before. Because i've been so much this is a super chatty post and i'm sorry for babbling so much but i adore this place.

If you're not from the UK then i doubt you would of heard of Centre Parcs. It's a holiday place.. kind of like Butlins, but so much posher/nicer. There are loads of different sites all over the UK, but the one me and my family visit every year is in Nottingham. It's in the middle of a forest and the setting is beautiful. We've been going every year since i was 7 and it's just magical. Christmas is the most amazing time of year there, they decorate it all in fairy lights and the lake is just beautiful. You stay in a lodge, there are different prices for different ones, for example you can go for a basic one, or get one with a sauna outside, one with a hot tub or go extreme and get a tree house.

There are so many different things to do and it's like a little village. There are shops, restaurants, a bowling ally and an amazing swimming pool with water slides and rapids. Centre Parcs is very family oriented, there are loads of different activities for children, adults and families. From horse riding to scuba diving to archery. There are so many different things to do, you'll never be bored. Near the lake there is a pancake house, it's our tradition to go there for breakfast before we go home. It offers everything from your wildest dreams. Next to it there's a beach where you can also do water activities on the lake. Another one of my families traditions is to play crazy golf, we can get so competitive.

If you don't like activities and prefer to relax there's an amazing spa on site too. You can even get your hair/nails done, have massages and other different treatments. The only downside to the spa is the fact that you have to be 16, even though my mum started to sneak me in when i was 14. In the spa there are different rooms with different aromas, which clean out your skin and make you feel so clean and fresh. You can sit in each room for as long as you want, there are loads of different showers outside of the rooms which offer different settings. On the bottom floor of the spa there is a pool which you can use at any time, there is also a restaurant which serves lovely lunches and even alcohol if you fancy it. It caters perfectly for a group of people such as girls on a hen do, they do something special and hang banners to make it more personal. On the top floor you can sit on the balconies and read a book if you like, or fall asleep on the water beds (this i always do). Once you're in the spa you wrap yourself up in a soft dressing gown and take a towel with you, because most of the rooms are steam rooms.

Unfortunately due to money circumstances i haven't been able to go this year, but i'll make it happen next year because i miss it so much. I hope you enjoyed this very chatty post, and if you ever want to go somewhere in the UK, i'd say go to Centre Parcs, it's magical, there is honestly no other word i can use to describe the place.


Saturday, 5 September 2015

I've Been Nominated For A Liebster Award!

I woke up this morning to find out that the lovely Floral Anchors (one of my favourite bloggers, if i do say so myself) has nominated me for a Liebster Award.

I've heard so much about the blogging awards and i've read how some people are lucky enough to be nominated, i'm so honoured that i've been selected! The Liebster Award is only available to new bloggers or bloggers who have 200 followers or less. 

The rules for the nominees are:

  • When you've been nominated, make a post and thank/link the gorgeous person who has nominated you.
  • Include the Liebster Award sticker in the post.
  • Nominate some other bloggers with less than two hundred followers who you think are worth of this award then let them know that they have been nominated (You can also nominate the person who nominated you).
  • Answer the questions which have been asked by the person who nominated you , and make ten questions of your own for your nominees.
These are the questions which Floral Anchors asked me to answer...

What is the favourite blogpost you've ever done?
My favourite post i've done has to be my Travel Tuesday: Barcelona. I loved everything about the trip and i loved sharing it with everyone, it was also only my second Travel Tuesday and everyone seems to love them. So i look forward to every Tuesday.

If you could do any job in the world what would it be?
I'm currently studying to be a Web Designer so you'd think that would be my dream job, and it is don't get me wrong. But if the industry was better i'd love to be a writer and be in the world of books.

Describe yourself in 3 words?
Creative, helpful and trustworthy.

If you could only take 3 things to a desserted island what would they be?
A book so i wouldn't get bored, a camera so i could take beautiful pictures and plenty of hair pins/bobbles (there's no way i'm having my hair getting in my way whilst i'm hunting).

Who are some bloggers you look up to?
Tea Party Beauty, Aislings Beauty Bytes and Dorkface. They are all individual and unique, they are some of the first blogs i followed which introduced me to the blogging world which i knew absolutely nothing about.

Would you ever start a YouTube?
I recently filmed a video with one of my best friends for one of my post ideas, Chummy Challenge. I had to upload the video to YouTube and to be honest, it hasn't got many views. The whole videoing myself made me uncomfortable and nervous and i probably won't be doing it again any time soon.

What is your number 1 blogging tip?
Be yourself. I've read plenty of peoples posts where they've lost inspiration and they don't know what they're talking about and are only doing it for a certain audience. I'm into blogging because i'm talking about things i love, and i think it should always be that way or it will seem like more of a task than a hobby.

Favourite app?
My favourite app at the minute has to be Twitter. I've had it for years now but i've only started to properly use it because of the wonderful blogging community. I'm just enjoying the whole tweeting thing more.

My beautiful nominees are...

The questions i would like all you guys to answer are:
What inspires you to blog?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
What do you always have in your handbag?
What's your favourite film?
Who is your favourite blogger?
What is your favourite season of the year?
Where would you love to travel to?
What is your favourite book?
Who is your role model?

Thank you again to Floral Anchors for this amazing opportunity. Good luck to the people i've nominated!


Three Book Review

I recently became a member of my local library, when i say local i mean very local, it's literally at the top of my street. Anyway, i was a member of my library back in Leeds, and i was obsessed with going every 3 weeks. I have managed to rekindle my love with the library and i was lucky enough to find 5 books which sounded amazing to me. My library allows me to take out up to 20 books for 3 weeks, and at any time we can take them back between the 3 weeks or renew them and add more time if you don't finish them in time.

People tend to judge others who actually go to the library, but i love it. If you're a book worm like me and can't afford to spend £8 on a book each time and probably only read it once, why not do it for free and not have any clutter at the same time? So far i've only managed to read 3 of the books i chose and my time is up on Monday, so i'm renewing the other two. I've decided to give you a review of each book so maybe you can open up your world to some amazing literature!

1. The first book i wanted to read was 'The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer' by Michelle Hodkin. This book has been in my wish list on Amazon for around 3 years and as soon as i saw it in the library i knew i had to pick it up! I enjoyed this book and i learnt it was a trilogy too, so when i go back to the library i'll be picking up the second and third because it ended on a really big cliffhanger. It's a page turner but some of the details are far too drastic.

Mara Dyer is a teenage girl who wakes up in the hospital with no memory of what happened to her and what caused the deaths of her boyfriend and two best friends. She moves cities and decides to start her life fresh, until she sees the faces of her dead friends and begins to see other peoples deaths before they actually happen. Noah Shaw, the most beautiful boy in school shows won't leave her alone, but does he have her best interests in heart, or another agenda altogether?

2. The next book i read was 'I Was Here' by the amazing Gayle Forman. Gayle wrote 'If I Stay' which has turned into an amazing film and a huge success. I have read and watched that film and highly recommend that one too. But back to 'I Was Here'. I fell in love with this book, it is beautifully written and explained brilliantly. The story touched my heart and will live with me forever, it has become one of my favourite books. After i finished it i ran into Chloe's room (my house mate who also became a member of the library) and gave her the book, told her how amazing it is and she started it then and there, from what i can tell she agrees with me.

Meg and Cody were best friends for life. They knew everything about each other. Or Cody thought they did. But how well do you ever really know your best friend? And what do you do when they choose to leave you behind? Meg commits suicide and Cody learns things about her she never thought she would.

3. My third and final book is 'Lorali' by Laura Dockrill. Unfortunately i didn't get into this book. I gave myself about 5 chapters but i just couldn't pick it up which made me really sad because it's all about mermaids. I'd still give it a go if i was you and you are interested, i just had my mind on other books.

Looking after a naked girl he found washed under Hastings pier isn't exactly how Rory had imagined spending his sixteenth birthday. But more surprising than finding her in the first place is discovering where she came from. Lorali is running not just from the sea, not just from her position as a princess but her entire destiny. Lorali has rejected life as a mermaid and became human. But along with Lorali's arrival, and the freak weather suddenly battering the coast, more strange visitors begin appearing in Rory's bemused Sussex town. Can Rory protect Lorali? And from who? Andy where does she really belong?

I hope you enjoyed this different post, i'm sure in the next few weeks i'll have another few books to review and share with you all. I've picked up another 6 books from the library, lots of reading in my schedule! Have a great day guys.


Thursday, 3 September 2015

Almost Famous Review

I took a trip into Liverpool last week with two of my house mates. Whilst Chloe had a job interview me and Jaymie decided to treat ourselves and go to Almost Famous. After around a year of her asking and asking to go, i gave in and there we went. When i think about Almost Famous i think, american diner type of restaurant. Nope, that's not what i found. Inside it was quirky and unique with so many different quotes written along one side of the wall. At the top of the restaurant there was a huge bar, and more graffiti on every wall.

Almost Famous is all about burgers and shakes/cocktails. Then there's this huge cow.. just in the middle of the restaurant. Ironic, huh?

We got some shakes to go with our burgers and they were amazing. I got a Srawberry Pop Tart shake and Jaymie got a Chocolate shake (hi Jay there in the background).  My shake had a pop tart stuck in the top and sprinkles in the bottom. Even though they were amazing, they were really think and i shouldn't of got one as a drink to go with my meal. I ended up ordering a coke half way through.

If i go to a burger place i usually get a chicken one, but i decided to try one of their beef burgers. They mix it up and put so many different things on the burger it's hard to taste one thing. I love bbq sauce, so i knew i had to get that burger, it was also topped with bacon. But the only thing i didn't like was the amount of chilli's which were on it. My mouth was on fire and i only ate about half of it. However the fries were absolutely incredible. I had normal fries and sweet potato fries, which were topped with bacon bacon sauce and bacon bits. If you go to Almost Famous, please get these or you will regret it.

In the end i did like Almost Famous, but my burger wasn't what i wanted and i would order something else if i went again. I hope you liked this food post and aren't all hungry for bacon bacon fries now.


Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Travel Tuesday, A Future Holiday: Florence

First of all i have a tiny announcement to make, for the past few months since i created my blog i've been doing posts ever Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. I've decided not to do a post on a Monday any more for the simple fact that i have hardly any time to sit down and finish a post the way i want to. I have a new part time job and soon i'll be going to seminars/lectures and won't have as much free time. This way my posts will have more heart in them and won't seem as rushed as some of the latest ones (i apologise for that). Anyway, onto my post about Florence!

Italy is probably my favourite country. I adore the culture, the people and the architecture. If you keep up to date with my Travel Tuesday post you will know that i've been lucky enough to spend 3 weeks in Southern Italy before. Ever since then i have become totally obsessed with it. I remember having a conversation with my old tutors wife, they are both really well travelled. She told me how beautiful Florence is, and everyone forgets about that place but it is amazing and i should go. Ever since this conversation it has been a dream of mine to go to Florence. However the price of the trip has a different idea.

I'm a student and as you will all know, students don't have much money. But because this is my dream place to visit i'm going to try and save this year so i can go next year. 

Italians are brilliant people. Everyone seems so friendly and welcoming and i love that. They have no problem with helping you and i just love them. That's part of why i love Italy so much. Another major reason i love it is because every corner you turn around you see a beautiful building, whether it be old or new. The architecture just instantly makes you feel at home, i could stand and look at the views Italy has to offer all day.

Let me know if you've been to Italy and if i should add some places to my list!