Dear reader – do you have your shit together? It’s a question that almost everyone on the 1994-and-before side of Clueless has asked themselves, and one that those on the other side will have to deal with very soon. Is your shit coming along nicely? Are you unsure about its status? Or is your shit
It was a bleak day in Auckland when I meandered, sunglasse-d and scarve-d down to the Viaduct Events Centre to meet fellow blogger Amber of Amber in Wonderland to attend the Twenty-Seven Names show, one of the first shows of #NZFW (or for the non-fashion/non-blogger types, New Zealand Fashion Week). It occurred to me while
Planning on wearing a floral crown at R&V this summer but don’t want to look basic? Want to send your new BFF birthday flowers but don’t want to send the wrong message along with it? Is your ex too young, too dumb to realize that they should have bought you flowers and held your hand?
Dear reader – do you have a bunch of old friends – maybe school friends from your formative years – that you don’t see very often, and sometimes you forget how great they are until you have the WILDEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE with them after bumping into them at Westfield and making a date to
Are you a single lady? A married lady? Or are you somewhere in between on the scale that starts at 5eva alone & ends in 50 years of adorable grandparent monogamy? Inspired by Rhiana of Death to Cardio, this week I'm writing about SINGLE LADY LYF - all the good bits, to remind us how wonderful
This week I interviewed Angie Maharaj, hairdresser, beautician, makeup artist and single mum of two. She owns and runs Shaniks Hair and Beauty in Mt Wellington, Auckland, and is brilliant at what she does. Check out her Facebook page here! Hi Angie! Thanks so much for letting me interview you! Could you tell the readers
This post is inspired by the #BlogGreatness challenge - this week's theme is NEUTRAL. Now - this is my 150th post on this blog, so I thought I'd do a Lust List for the occasion! One of my favourite fashion icons is Patsy Stone of Absolutely Fabulous. I love Patsy's style because it's timeless and
Dear Auckland, I never thought I'd say this, but I miss you. I miss the way you smell - sometimes warm, sandy and faintly like petrol at Waiake last summer, but sometimes milder, brimming with memories, perhaps a little mouldy, like when I walked with umbrella in-hand down Queen Street the day before I left.
Quite a few of my favourite NZ Bloggers have been Taking Stock - the first I saw of this idea was over on Laura's blog - and I've decided to do a little version of my own! Making awful decisions. Cooking big bowls of quick & easy vegetarian glass noodle soups: stock cube, water, green
Tinder is not a new phenomenon. I’ve used it on and off for the past few months, deleting my account when things got too creepy predictable boring, re-downloading the app every couple of months over wines with friends. My parents urged me to delete Tinder last month when I told them I went on a