Tuesday, 8 November 2011
Next year is going to be big news for Madonna fans. There will be a new album, a new fragrance called 'Truth or Dare', a new tour and lots more high profile performances such as Madonna's supposed appearance at Super Bowl.
With all those dates coming up, I guess the most fitting way to keep track is to purchase a new Madonna 2012 calendar. Click here to order.
Monday, 7 November 2011
Now that the cold weather is here, out comes the warms clothes - and course that essential accessory, the scarf. I love scarfs and I particularly love Vivienne Westwood's designs. She has created some amazing designs over the years, but for people that like simplicity, see the above design that features a small piece of embroidary and the famous orb logo. You can purchase these from numerous retailers - and if you're looking for something a little more colourful, check out the below design.
|I want one!|
|Books are so last season, the Kindle is the way forward|
When I'm on holiday, lounging on a ....lounger (awkward choice of word) and reading a book, I often get frustrated that I can't turn a page easily whilst holding a cocktail in the other hand. It's a problem that has existed since the very beginning of time (who writes this crap? Oh. It's me).
That problem and others (such as having to pack an entire library for a 2 week trip) can be easily avoided by buying an e-reader such as Amazon's Kindle.
My boyfriend owns a Kindle. I bought it for him because he was driving me insane with his loud 'page turning' antics which are not appropriate when I'm trying to get my beauty sleep.
There is a new version which is out now, click here to order. It's smaller and lighter and it can also make you a 3 course meal on those nights when you can't be bothered to cook (that last part is blatantly incorrect).
The Kindle holds 1,400 books. Remember how you felt when you got your first ipod? You get that same joyous feeling with a Kindle.
|"What have you done today to make you feel proud!"|
The second series of Miranda is now out on DVD, click here to order.
If you'd have told me about this show (without seeing it for myself), I'd probably have avoided it like the plague. It's a funny show - funny as in strange, because it's very family friendly but it also retains an edge and Miranda and the cast are genuinely hilarious. That's quite unusual these days.
Maybe I can see parts of myself and my friends in the chaos that is Miranda? Anyway, it doesn't matter because it all works splendidly. Such fun!