Essentially, it's a really sweet squash like taste, with light fruit jellies that pop in your mouth, it's an odd sensation, whether you've done it before or not. My boyfriend tried the tapioca option, not for first timers that's for sure, which tainted the taste of his quite significantly.
I'd recommend giving it a try (and I still have my eye on their mocha flavour), but not sure I'm fully set on the Bubbleology world. It's sandwiched into Trinity Leeds, so if you have a seriously sweet tooth and need something quick and easy, then head along to pick your flavours.
Let's disclaim this with no, this isn't sponsored. This is just my obsession right now.
Simply put - my new water bottle is amazing. It's an 800ml bottle, with - essentially - a cage in the centre for fruit. Chop up some zesty options first thing, and you've got fruit water for your day ahead.
I've found ripe peach, lemon and limes work best, orange wasn't the best flavour.
I've been getting through two of these minimum, daily. And for someone who's seriously upped their water intake, I have seriously noticed the difference. My skin especially is revelling in the benefits of over 1.5 litres of water everyday. It tastes good, and let's face it, is still quite the novelty, so I am getting through the stuff.
I got mine from Amazon, fairly pricey for a water bottle, but cheaper than oodles more skincare! Be prepared to explain it to everyone though, a lot of questions for a water bottle.
imPRESS Accent Nails
Previous experience with the imPRESS nails weren't amazing (they were great for an event, but not much longer). Second time is definitely a charm. Make sure you press them really hard upon first application and keep pressing every so often on the night you put them on and you're set.
Mine lasted just under a week, I just replaced the index fingers on both hands - which is doable since you get extras in the kit. So we're talking better than nail varnish and you can grab them at Asda for cheapish for a full manicure. I have a more spangly set to try next so will run you all down on the full process.
The hen-do that swung round. My best friend got married in America last year, but somehow managed to do it again for her English friends and family this year, hen-do 2.0 included.
We found Yurtshire, private yurts in a private field in rural Ripon. Ideal for what we had planned and perfect for a big group.
We decorated the yurts ourselves, although they're really cosy without any extras. Enter a very lucky weekend of sunshine (and subsequent sunburnt shoulder), barbecue, Pimm's, hot tubs and an excellent group of people and the English bride was seen off perfectly.
I think Yurtshire warrants a full post as it's relatively unknown, but perfect for a quick weekend away, or a little party. See the full thing on the Yurtshire site here.