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...and my Starbucks Gingerbread Latte, which I heard isn't even around this year. What is going on?!

We're almost at the end of 2020 and I realised this is my last blog before I do my annual year review blog!

I'm finally in the Christmas spirit and ready to eat all that food. The amount of chocolate goods in my house is very disturbing and the fact more is coming today is...anyway let's not get into that! It's weird because it doesn't feel like Christmas and I think it's because I haven't been out loads and been around the Christmas lights and my Starbucks Gingerbread Latte, which I heard isn't even around this year. What is going on?! We're now in Tier 4 which is just lockdown, so God knows why they don't just say lockdown *rolls eyes* but luckily I'm not really affected because where am I going anyway? 

I'm on the last season of Orange is the New Black and this famous shit season, I thought was pretty good! I randomly was watching this Arianna Grande doc on Netflix. I have no idea why but I didn't hate it.

I've gone pink! I've wanted pink hair for aaaaaages but it's so expensive buying blonde hair that we could dye. I finally found a bundle during Black Friday and voila. I can't lie I was excited but nervous but Annie (my hairdresser) is such a don and she did a fantastic job and I love it. My parents were so against it when I told them and my dad said no-one would take me seriously. Looool! I think he meant he wouldn't take me seriously. But they loved it when they saw it. 

Emily Knight I am...Becoming was picked as the top 5 literary books to read by The Voice Newspaper!! YAYYYYYY!! Such a great surprise and a much needed pick me up. My mood has been very up and down these past few days but that made me smile. 

My mission to finish all these books is laughable but hey I'm still going to try. My review for Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas is now live  it does contain spoilers though. 

Right that's me done! I'm off to watch as many films as possible and I'm going to try and not put on my laptop for the next five days. Wishing you all a beautiful Christmas! x


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