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Life lately, according to my phone

May 28, 2017

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Trout and I went on a little road trip to collect his new car, which ended up being l-o-n-g and filled with traffic and bad weather. Selfies with his specs helped ease the boredom.

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My Mum & Dad’s puppies! I love them so much.

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Another new pair of shoes – I love these Ethletic trainers so much. They’re so comfortable from the first wear, and look identical to Converse but aren’t made by kids. Dream shoes.

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Two of my closest friends got married, and it was the most wonderful day! And yes, I really should have ironed my dress.

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Cocktails (and mocktails) on what felt like the first day of summer, after an afternoon of wedding dress shopping last month.

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Croissants in bed! When I spent the day eating in London, I came across a little health food shop in Hackney that sold vegan pastries, and they were so good!

A vegan cheeseboard at a Eurovision party! Did you watch it?

Bruschetta and avocado on toast <3

I don’t use Snapchat, so I am LOVING the new filters that Instagram have stolen from them!

Spaghetti and meatballs, using Asda’s new vegan meatballs, and a Sainsbury’s 40p garlic bread.

Dinner at Purezza. More on these pizzas next week!

Brighton in the summer is just the best place to be. Blue skies and everyone is smiling (mainly because everyone is enjoying beach/street/beer garden drinks). The atmosphere is amazing.

After Monday’s awful attack in Manchester I thought hard about cancelling our tickets to see Brian Cox at Wembley. But you can’t let one person, or group of people, stop you from living life – and right now I think we’re probably safer than we’ve ever been. I don’t know about you guys but in Brighton there are police everywhere. Police carrying guns, stood on every corner, waiting at the station, walking the streets. It’s unnerving and reassuring all at the same time. I’m thinking about everyone who has been affected by the attack, even in the smallest of ways. It’s sad to think that this probably won’t be the last terror attack in the UK, but all we can do is hope, stay safe, carry on with our lives and let people know that we love them.

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