Music – This month I’ve been really into Joy Williams (formerly of The Civil Wars) in eager anticipation for her upcoming album. She did a duet with Paramore on Hate To See Your Heart Break for the deluxe re-release of their self-titled album. If you haven’t heard it yet, here it is. You can thank me later.
Books – Once again, this is a tough choice because I’ve read so many brilliant books this month. If I had to narrow it down to two books (and I can because it’s my blog.) I will go for; Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi and The Young Elites by Marie Lu.
Beauty – During November I bought Bare Minerals starter kit and I’ve been wearing their mineral foundation pretty much every day I’ve worn make-up. I’m still getting the knack of application, but when I’ve got it nailed I’ll be doing a pretty in-depth review.
Food – At last I have finally found a store-bought veggie burger that I actually like – Tesco’s Mexican Style Bean Burgers. Fellow veggies, you need to check those bad boys out.
Tom also introduced me to Costa’s Black Forest hot chocolate. Oh my, it is delicious.
Blogs – This is an interesting one because I actually can’t read the blog. Yes, you read that right. During November I heard about Paperback Castles in one of Helene Jeppesen’s vlogs. It’s written in Danish but the pictures are so beautiful, they are the epitome of book p0rn.
TV – An oldie but a goodie: The Big Bang Theory. Like FRIENDS, it doesn’t matter how many times I’ve seen an episode, I still love it and laugh at it.
Blog posts I’ve enjoyed this month
- Introverts Unite! (Separately) on Oddly Lovely
- 13 Best Book Beginnings of Ever on Notebook Sisters
- Coffee Table Books on Paperback Castles (No idea what it says, but the images are gorgeous)
What you enjoyed on my blog in November
- Estee Lauder Raisins Duo Dupes
- Shatter Me – Tahereh Mafi book discussion
- VIDEO: October roundup and November to be read
- Band Aid 30: who cares if vloggers aren’t ‘legendary’ singers, it’s a brilliant marketing strategy
- Is ‘Not That Kind of Girl’ by Lena Dunham worth reading?