Thursday, April 27, 2017

What's New In My Bathroom? | Beauty #Collab


I hold my hands up. I am obsessed with trying out new things and am always longing to find that perfect cleanser or that perfect hair serum. But when I think about it, I'll end up being happy to find said perfect product and sad at the same time because there's no need to continue the search. They reason why I say this is because with this bunch makes me happy!



Let's start by addressing that Superdrug do skincare, GOOD skincare which is cruelty free (what a bonus). I noticed the Superdrug skincare in something that Georgie put up ( I think on Instagram) and instantly wanted it all. 

I've always been told to not break the bank when it comes to purchasing moisturiser, and these bad boys certainly keep my bank happy. There's not much to say about the day cream other than it soothes my skin and is pretty nice underneath my foundation/concealer. The black moisturiser is crazy, and actually black! I'm not sure how I managed it but I didn't know it was black until I opened it. The consistency is different to the day cream, feeling a bit more oil based. I've found myself getting a few whiteheads on my chin and my nose since using this, so am thinking I might have to start alternating when I use this as it may be too much for every night. 

Both products do moisturise my skin and make my skin feel really smooth and soft. That's what you want from a moisturiser right? 


The lead up to summer you suddenly worry about your legs, well I do anyway. I'm not one to bare the legs, and my arms for that matter but theres nothing better than your skin feeling and smelling amazing. Hands down this is my favourite scent from The Body Shop that I've ever smelt and I can't stop using it. I've not had this range long and already am close to repurchasing all of it (monkey hiding face emoji). 


I met the Natural World at Scarlett Londons event BlogConLDN and had a good chat with the representative who wowed me over. You can complete a hair quiz to ensure you go for the range that is perfect for your hair. Mine turned out to be the Chia Seed range and is a real beaut. The range is supposed to boost volume and strengthen hair and my hair is in need of both those things. It really does add volume and having tried this out for nearly a month now can tell that the quality of my hair in terms of strength has improved a hell of a lot. The price is amazing for the size of the product and offer more than just shampoo and conditioner. If I overload my hair with products it can get pretty greasy, especially if I use hair oils. The oil is lovely put had to use sparingly and just through mid to the ends because of this. 

Overall the range is lovely, and also got the thumbs up from the boyf. Great value, smells amazing and adds volume. My perfect hair range. 



Lastly, my love for Exuviance skincare is rapidly growing. I also met these guys at BlogConLDN and have been giving these two products a go since. Hands down from the first time I used both the cleanser and pads I noticed a difference in my skin. The products were gentle and didn't aggravate my face turning it into a red sore tomato. They both soothed my skin and nurtured it, leaving a super clean and happy face. Having skin that is combination and suffers with texture problems, I was advised to go for these products to help with those issues. Of course I still get break outs but overall, my skin has never looked as good, healthy and glowing thanks to these two products. 

xoxo

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Guilt free raw dairy free fudge | Freeform snacks


I need the fridge and cupboards stocked with healthy snacks and treats as I'm totally and utterly a 'little and often' person. I'm not supposed to have three huge meals a day because of my Colitis so, I tend to just have one proper meal and lots of little things. Having bliss balls or healthy fudge there ready when you want something sweet is perfect, and this recipe is a personal favourite and wanted to share it with you all to enjoy.


To make raw, vegan, refined sugar free fudge you will need:


Coconut Oil - 1 cup 

Vanilla Extract - 1 TBS
Peanut Butter - 1 cup
Cacao Powder - 1 TBS
Maple Syrup - 1 TBS 



It's literally as easy as putting in all of the ingredients into a bowl and mixing them all together. A bit of a tip, either melt your coconut water a bit or keep it at room temperature over night the day before you want to make it. 

The fact making these are so easy, means theres no excuse at all to reach for naughty fudge or chocolate bars. Of course you can experiment with various different ingredients and the measurements above are to my taste so, just give it a go and go with the flow. 


When your delicious fudge mixture is all combined you need to line a tray or lunchbox with some cling film. This way it's so much easier to get it out once set. I like to pop the trays and lunch boxes in the freezer for 24 hours. I promise it's good enough to wait for. 


Being frozen it basically melts in your mouth and I just prefer them straight out of the freezer. Let me know if you keep them in the fridge once cut up and whether or not they melt or not as I've not tried it yet. 




Please let me know if you make this fudge! I can't stop making it and have a whole draw full of it, yummy snacks for a long time coming. 

Remember to let me know if you have any recipe requests for me to do or create. 

xoxo



Tuesday, April 18, 2017

A beautiful Sunday in Whitstable | Collaboration


Whats a sunny Sunday without a walk by the sea? Living so close to the sea is something I really take for granted and I'm trying to make a conscious effort to go there more. As soon as the sun showed its face, I knew it was a day to be comfortable (however I underestimated the heat wearing jeans). 

Popping into my fav juice cafe and sitting on a bench and watching the time drift by was perfect, and hit the spot and made for one of the best ways I've ever spent a Sunday. 


So, lets get down to business........ Accessories can really make an outfit. When you think about it, I'm wearing such a basic outfit and without the way its been accessorised, it wouldn't look put together or thought about at all. When Jewellery Box asked me if I'd like to collaborate and choose some pieces to style and I was so excited as I'd recently been stalking the website. You've probably seen all over social media, hoop earrings have made a huge comeback and had to get me some. You know, to keep up with the kids and all. 



The second piece I picked out was this super cute arrow necklace. I'm not sure what made me pick this out of everything other than the fact it's super cute! I love stacking thing delicate necklaces, so I can't wait to stack and add this to my others. 


Rings are my thing, and I can't ever wear enough. I used to have a ring from Jewellery Box but lost it a while ago so knew I had to get another. These are the nicest!! Love a standard band to stack with other rings and fits my thumb as well as other fingers which is always handy. All items I chose from Jewellery Box are sterling silver and some of the best value for money when it comes to well made beautiful silver pieces. 



I feel that this gorge mushroom Angel MarcB Bag is the PERFECT Sunday bag. I chucked my camera, a bottle of water, purse and sunglasses in and having so many pockets and compartments meant it was accommodating for so much. The overall quality of the bag is insane! It's super soft and feels like leather, even when it's not. I chose the mushroom colour as I thought it was a lovely colour for all year round and is great to not be restricted in terms of being a seasonal bag. 


If your looking for a large bag as you carry a hell of a lot of things around with you, like me, then this is your guy! Great value for money, looks so bloody good and top notch quality. I remember buying my first MarcB Bag from Topshop Oxford Street which was so many years ago and lasted years until the used it to death, so knew this new star would be a great piece to see me through for a while. 


Outfits like this are my absolute go to, especially for Sundays. Simple clothing choices and accessorising it up!! 

Make sure to check out Jewellery Box and MarcB Bags new in section as they're smashing it right now!

xoxo


Tuesday, April 4, 2017

My IBD story - Colitis and me



Two years ago I was at rock bottom. I was signed off work, unable to eat, couldn't stop sleeping, constantly felt sick and would need to rush to the loo after everything I attempted to eat. This was only the beginning of my life turning upside down and really testing my strength. Since sharing a few posts and food pictures, I've had lots of interest in me sharing more information on my health and lifestyle. What better way to start than to share my journey with you up until now. 

Until January of this year I was a secondary school teacher. Constantly on the go with not enough time in the day to even nip to the loo, let alone have a proper lunch break. I loved my job so much and never doubted my love for it. Summer holidays 2015 hit and I had two holidays booked to Berlin and Spain but, I had felt a little under the weather with my glands deciding to swell up and become very firm. Before going away I decided to visit the doctor to get checked over before jetting off, and at that appointment was issued with some antibiotics. My holidays weren't affected whatsoever and I had a great summer. Throughout that summer I had worked a hell of a lot, more so than I ever had done before in my career. (This is an important piece of information and will touch back on this later on).

August was over and the first day of September term was upon me which I was excited for but still, my glands were up and I started to feel run down (even before the term had started!). As fellow teachers know, you generally have a CPD day to kick start the term and this wasn't a good one for the school I was working in at the time. Our GCSE grades had dropped as a school and we immediately felt the pressure and stress hit, and I knew that this next academic year was going to be a hard one. I was at work for three whole days before I had to get my boyfriend to physically push me out of bed on the Thursday morning and we knew something wasn't right. I felt completely and utterly exhausted. 

I was sent home having only what I can explain as an anxiety attack as my stress levels shot up incredibly quickly and my body felt like it was going into shut down. The next 4 months included straight-through 20 hour sleeps, a hell of a lot of doctor and hospital appointments, viles and viles of blood, endoscopy and not being able to keep anything down (All of the above didn't start at the same time). These happened one after the other and in the December my specialist said he felt I was suffering with severe acid re-flux, and some sort of virus attacking my digestive system. He mentioned possible ME however wasn't 100% sure.

Various symptoms started to show themselves, such as swollen and incredibly painful joints, ulcers that at points would really distort my speech; I had that many in my mouth at once and the continued glamorous symptom of severe bloating (looking 6 months pregnant). Over the next 8 months myself and my specialist started to see some patterns and so I was sent for a colonoscopy, numerous x-rays and an MRI scan. 

Microscopic Colitis. . . . . . it seems crazy that something they call microscopic can affect my body in such drastic ways. I was also diagnosed with arthritis as a symptom of my Colitis and started an intense food journey as I'd lost 3 stone in weight and got down to the lowest I'd been for as long as I can remember. I felt incredibly sad and not confident whatsoever. I didn't feel or look like myself and didn't eat out for months as I feared I would fall ill and would need to go to the toilet, and there wouldn't be one. I experienced anxiety like nothing I'd experienced before and my love of food, clothes and doing my makeup had left me as I just wasn't me.

I'd like to fast forward to now and by-pass a lot of horrible times I had to go through, and fill you in on my life now and how I'm finally feeling myself again. 

I now have to live on a gluten free, dairy free and processed meat free diet (please remember this was all tried and tested with medical attention). As well as these main groups of foods I need to avoid as they either make me ill, start a flare or have some sort of affect on me, there's quite a few things I also have to avoid when possible. Garlic, onion, artificial sugar, apples and more, are on my list (an actual list) of foods that can trigger a symptom. Some of you may have heard of the FODMAP diet. This was something I was told to start exploring by my specialist and after experimenting, it's safe to say that I couldn't be happier with how I feel (most of the time). I'm also medicated as well as managing my disease with my diet and lifestyle, which means I can have the occasional thing I shouldn't and have relevant tablets to help. I don't like doing this but sometimes when eating out, you never know. 

Now time has moved on, I understand my body. I understand what can trigger a symptom or cause a flare so I am able to prepare myself and be more knowledgable. I know that if I don't sleep enough or over-exercise, my knees and hands will swell and I'll be in pain and have to neck some steroids. The list honestly goes on. 

So, if you're reading this paragraph I firstly want to just say a huge thank you! I know this is probably the LONGEST blog post ever. Secondly, my reasons behind sharing this huge part of my life with you is because I'd like to start doing 'What I Eat in a Day' videos and more cooking and baking content on here to include my own recipes and ones I've tried. You guys are amazing, and I know you will support me in this extra little part of my blog and YouTube channel (go subscribe if you haven't already), but if sharing this helps 1, 10 or even 100 people I'll be so so happy. I was lucky and had a very close friend who also has Colitis so could relate and understand with her. But if I didn't have her, I'd have felt even more lost than I did. 

Thank you so much for reading! Obviously this is an extremely shortened version of two years and I'm very open to questions if you have any. Let me know if you'd like any particular meals for me to share with you. I know pudding is a big one and can be quite tough for someone who has such a restrictive diet like mine. Let me know!

Much love as always
xoxo

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

The Body Shop Vegan Brushes | Beauty


Make up brushes can either help to apply products flawlessly, or can, muck up your look causing streaks and so on. I feel that a base applied with poor quality brushes, leaving streak and brush marks is up there with cakey base as two of my pet hates. And when you get an eyeshadow brush that just doesn't grab the shadow and help to apply smoothly or help to blend, it's just so disappointing and creates way too much work for my liking. So, what were these beauties like? 


These brushes from The Body shop are firstly 100% vegan and cruelty free, and the quality of them is spot on. Nice to hold and all do their job well, whilst looking very stylish and a bonus is that they look just as beaut in pictures. The bristles haven't shed during use or when I've washed them which is what you want, and it lets you know they're well made and will last well through continuous use. 


I've already got my favourites out of the bunch and that have replaced my, what used to be my go to brushes. The N93E (The Buffing Brush) is amazing for stippling and pushing in your base of choice. I'm not a fan of using this brush for buffing into the skin as I find the finish isn't as good as pushing the product in. Because its quite a dense brush and a small surface area, it helps to get a flawless finish by pressing into the skin. It does take a bit longer to apply your base as the brush is smaller than normal, but, so worth it as the finish is lovely. 


Other ultimate favs for me are the N91W and the N93E (Both shadow brushes). The flat shader has been great to press in shadow under the bottom eyelash line to help create an under smoke. Something I've never really been a fan of before, but haven't stopped since I started using this one and can't believe what it adds to an eye look.

The crease brush allows you to pack, blend and everything in between. Such a multi-use item that it's perfect for travelling, but, I just can't stop reaching for it. The bristles are soft and help to blend the edges beautifully and seamlessly, helping to make your eyeshadow look pro.


In all honesty, I was unsure of what these would be like before they arrived. For some reason I thought they'd be poor quality and wouldn't be near that of Spectrum (who also product vegan brushes). But, I will swallow my thoughts as these have really impressed me in particular being the three I've outlined. The other two brushes aren't ones that I've used much of, but I'm keeping at them and everyone and their mum seem to use highlighter except for me! 


xoxo



Monday, February 27, 2017

Freefrom Pancakes for Pancake Day !



Pancakes on Pancake Day is something that brings so many memories of being young and trying to eat as many as I could, and would layer with anything and everything. These days, my pancakes have to be very different to back then and am limited in terms of toppings (thank you IBD). But this doesn't mean I can't make incredibly tasty ones! 



Mrs Crimbles is a great company that specialise in FreeFrom food and have brought out these packets of batter and pastry mix which is a huge help to the freeform community, and give us some convenience in terms of having 'normal' food. Being gluten free is one thing, but I'm also vegan so am always making things from scratch to ensure they are edible and go along with my dietary requirements, so having these are great to have in the cupboard. 


The pancake batter mix is completely gluten free and asks for you to just add add and milk. In my case, I decided to mash us two bananas to act as the binder (instead of the egg) and used oat milk as it's quite creamy and has a nice natural sweet taste. I followed the recipe exactly and just substituted ingredients to make it vegan friendly.


I'm not going to go into too much detail about exactly how I made them, we all know how to make pancakes. But, for reference, I used 3 tablespoons of batter per pancake which made for these perfect American style fluffy pancakes. I topped them with some vegan chocolate chips, agave nectar, flaked almonds and chia seeds.



I love knowing what toppings everyone has on Pancake Day. It's so personal and there's just so many to choose from. I'm partial to strawberries and vegan squirty cream ........ watch out my social media platforms for some live Pancake Day action!

xoxo

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Pink for Valentines #OOTD | Fashion


Well, we've had it. The day that everyone pretends to be romantic. I'm not a fan of Valentines day (you've probably already guessed) but thought I'd join in with sharing a bit of colour in my life. Normally being a monochrome lover, these pink trousers are very out there for me and I'm so loving it. They're fun, comfortable and were an absolute bargain in the Topshop sale. 





No matter what you guys are up to on this 'Day of love' I hope you are happy, well and spending your time with someone or people that you love. Don't worry about roses and chocolate. It's the time you spend together. And bright pink trousers rule! 

Layering, mixing textures and colour blocking is something I'm trying to experiment with. Like I said, these trousers are so out there for me, but, I feel pretty comfortable in them which is both great and strange. I saw a whole rail of them in my local Topshop so go down and grab some as I can't find them online! Honestly will get so much wear out of them and are a pretty good transitional piece  being such a beautiful colour. 


Bag| Matalan , Trousers |(similar) Topshop , (similar) Converse , Jumper | Topshop , Rings | Pandora and Orelia , Bracelet | Pandora ,  Jacket | H&M

Much love as always
xoxo


Sunday, January 29, 2017

Am I a Lush Cosmetics addict?


I've been thinking recently about what it actually is that makes me so mad about Lush. Thinking about whether or not it's just a hyped up brand by many bloggers out there (including myself) who snap away and get that gram whenever they take a soak, making me want products, or do I actually love what the products are and appreciate the products for what they do? 

Being a company that don't test on animals is a bonus, and something I'm now trying to live buy as a new addition to my resolutions (post HERE), and knowing I can buy anything under the roof of Lush is just easy. But it's not just the fact they don't test on animals. It's just as amazing how they recycle bottles and make a head scarf out of them, and that you can take your empty bottles in to recycle if you want. There are so many different ways that Lush are trying to help the planet and a reason why I respect and love what the company is about. 


Of course I'm not going to forget about how every product smells delicious and good enough to eat. And that no matter what you pick up in store, the camera loves it. Scents are such a big thing to us and one of the biggest things people look for in a bath or shower product as well as the benefits. Scents are made easy in Lush and you know what you're getting. A great smelling product
 that does what it says and will leave you in a daze for days. The scents stay on the skin for such a long time (sometimes we're talking not just hours, days) and the product that says it will moisturise, so it moisturises. 

As well as the scents the fact they sell things like bath bombs and bubble bars that are fun and really tickle the senses. Being not just a nice smell, but a work of art in your bath of which they bring new items out very regularly. You've got thing for the shower people, like jellies that come in mantas beards and in shower body conditioners that make your skin feel baby soft and oh so brand new. 

Basically, I don't need anyone to persuade me to buy from Lush. I honestly love the company and its products. Lush art is big within the community and as the products are so photogenic, naturally appear on our feeds. But that's not the thing that makes me go back time after time. The staff are all so passionate about the products and the brand, wanting you to love them as much as them. I can't stress enough what a #lushaddict I am, but I can assure you, this love is real and I will keep on supporting Lush as I know they are quality and beneficial products I'm buying that are cruelty free and I can recycle. 

I'm Jaide and I'm a Lush addict. There, I said it.

xoxo

Monday, January 23, 2017

Sunday kintwear | Fashion OOTD



The perfect Sunday outfit for me, is one thats easy to wear. Everything from quick to get on, comfortable, cosy and just effortless. To reach this Sunday perfection, I like to go for knitwear and jeans. That's just me. I know some of you out there will be like WHAT? Jeans? Yes, I find them one of the most comfortable items. A part from joggers and leggings of course but, theres a time and a place for those bad boys. 


Sunday morning was a bit of a rush if I'm honest as we were off to Brighton for the day and decided to have a chilled morning with a coffee in bed watching some easy TV, so it literally was a grab and go situation. The jumper is one of my most favourite pieces right now and was a Christmas present from my mum. As soon as I saw Lily Pebbles wearing it in one of her vlogs I just had to have it. Anything grey and I'm there really, but, I also fell in love with the knitted pattern and the high neck but seriously, Marks and Spencer is killing it with knitwear right now. 


Everything else included in this outfit was older than a year, which some people might not be fans of, but, thats just how I roll. The COS jacket (super old) is a proper old favourite that I bust out when in need of a bit of colour and call it my colourful coat as I'm a monochrome worshiper normally. My Russell and Bromley boots are into their 3rd year now and are still going incredibly strong and are most certainly needed in this cold weather when converse just won't cut it. I do want to broaden my collection of ankle boot for this reason and feel a standard Chelsea boots is on the wish list now. 


My little bit of out there with the glittery socks. Because the only jeans in grabbing distance were these cut off ones, I fancied a bit of something something. If they're going to be on display, you might as well give em something to look at. Faithful Topshop glitter socks that I think everyone has. 

Link me in the comments below to some of your go to Sunday looks you've featured. I'd love to see them and get some inspiration. Sunday is by far one of my favourite days of the week and dressing for comfort and ease is up on my list of loves. 

XOXO


Saturday, January 7, 2017

What I'll be reading in 2017 | Lifestyle


Reading is something I would love to do more this year as it's been proven to help all sorts of things, but most importantly, a time to relax and get away from the world. Last year my job didn't really allow me to have much time other than school holidays to read, so hoping this year with a new job will allow more reading time. Of course I'll try to read more than this collection, but these are my latest buys and books I was gifted as Christmas presents. 


I treated myself to book one and two of 1Q84 in the latter part of last year (still feels weird saying that) so have only just started it. So far, I love it and it's written in a really cool way and is constantly chopping and changing the focus on the characters and storylines so really does keep you on your toes. Opening book three on Christmas day was a lovely surprise and is making me want to read the first two asap but, its a huge book so will take me ages as I'm a super slow reader....... pass the endless amount of coffee and blankets to aid this reading session.


A book I really wasn't expecting to open this Christmas was The Million Dollar Blog. I have seen this book online before, either Instagram or Twitter and have always been intrigued. There's sections inside to allow you to write your blog goals etc in so will probably have this as a ongoing this alongside my proper reading book. 


For the past few years I've received a book created by one of my fav Bloggers/YouTubers so was over the moon the be given the PixiWoo book, Face. A makeup duo that I've followed for years and years (and can remember applying for the dailymix comps over and over) and duo lovely women that have taught me a lot when it comes to make up. This is most certainly going to take pride of place next to my Lisa Eldridge Face Paint  and my Pretty Honest by Sali Hughes  books as my collection of beauty bibles. 


Of course I'll be reading Blogosphere magazine, which is a magazine for bloggers, by bloggers. Always full of interesting and advice giving articles from people you follow and respect within the industry. I always join in the Blogosphere chats on Sundays, which they share a selection of tweets from, and it's always so exciting to see your little Twitter profile picture there *giggles. It is a little dream/2017 goal of mine to get in the magazine somehow as I thoroughly enjoy and support the company since the beginning and when you really believe in something, you want to give back right?

I'd love to know what you'll be reading this year!

xoxo



Sunday, January 1, 2017

Career change and my 2017 resolutions | Happy New year


So, its New Years day and the majority of us are sporting a nice hangover I'm sure. I'm pretty luck as I never get hangovers (touch wood) but today I have to say, I feel a little ropey. As its a new year and everyones chatting about their resolutions etc, I thought it would be a good opportunity to share with you guys a little up date and what I'm planning for the new year.


I recently made a huge decision regarding my career, resulting in me leaving the teaching profession. Granted I never thought I would ever do it but health struggles, no professional progression and life/work balance got all too much for me and had to take the plunge. Teaching is hard but my god I was totally in love with it (I still am) but I think it just doesn't feel real yet until later this week when I start my new job. Having danced my whole life and been involved within the performing arts since the age of 4 it's going to be tough for me, I can feel it now. But on the positive side it will give me a chance to do these things for myself and be passionate about dancing and performing for me. My new job is exciting, different and challenging and will actually involved areas of blogging and what goes with that which is the dream right now. I'll keep you updated but to say that I'm nervous is an understatement. Wish me luck! 


In terms of resolutions, I have tried to think of small things that I'd like to incorporate into my life rather than be extremely strict and set hard unreasonable resolutions. 

1- More for me | Self love and making sure you are happy is something I feel everyone forgets about. We all love and care for others and are taught to be nice to each other, but, what about us? Me? Me myself and I? I'm a little unclear as to what and how I will achieve this other than just doing things that make me a happy person. 

2- Positive vibes | Gone are the days of me having a negative streak. I am on the path to be more positive and think happy thoughts. Yes it's hard sometimes when life tests you and your pushed to your limits, but life is just far too short. Maybe it's where I'm getting older but what is the point in being negative? There's no point and its certainly not what Jaide Poppy is about in 2017. 

3- Say yes more | Any opportunity I get in life, in my blogging life and now new career I will be saying yes more. In 2016 I said yes to things I never thought I would say yes to and the buzz, experiences and memories I now have because of saying yes is inspiring and fuelling my new passion of saying yes more. Having regrets isn't nice, and I do have some which I'm not looking into adding to. 

4- I'll do it later | This is something I do a lot. And if my mums reading this, she'll agree that I'm such a procrastinator and will just say "I'll do it later" and sometimes never do it. It comes down to little things like texting people back. I'll look at them and think, I'll reply later when I can focus on it and its most likely that I'll forget and can go on for days before I realise and then respond. 

5- Get that follower count up | I've seen and heard people say that growing your following/view count up on social media is easy. Well, I'd like to disagree and say that actually I think its bloody hard. Am I doing something wrong? If so please comment and let me know, but until I grow things like this I'm actually unable to work with particular brands and be considered for certain campaigns. It's not all about the figures, I know that but this is how most bigger brands work at the end of the day. So, creating even more content, taking part with twitter chats and rebranding my blog is being done. 

If you've got to this section of the post, I congratulate you and thank you for having a little nosey at what my focuses will be this year. I wish for happiness and love to you all and most importantly, thank you for scrolling through my blog, liking my photos and watching my videos. Honestly, I couldn't love you guys more for the support. 



Happy New Year!!
xoxo