This holiday I discovered the difference between a swimsuit that looks good and a swimsuit that’s actually for swimming in. You see as a blogger it’s often about the look of a swimsuit to get that all important insta shot but then when it comes to actually swimming, sometimes it doesn’t quite cut the mustard.

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Beauty

My Holiday Beauty Essentials

I’m going to start this post by saying that I’m pretty damn extra and most of my at home beauty regime will come with me when I go away. All of my beauty bits are beautifully packaged in my new Elizabeth Scarlett Lemon wash bag. Anyone who saw my house tour will remember seeing her bits dotted around, let’s just say I’m a fan ok?

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My Inflight Beauty Essentials

My inflight beauty routine has some what grown with age and now I have absolutely no shame in whacking out a sheet mask whilst gliding over the atlantic ocean. Yes Moira, you might be laughing at how ridiculous I look but do you know what isn’t funny? Dry, wrinkly skin. So since I’ve found a new love for all things pampering, even up high in the sky, I thought I would share with you guys my ultimate inflight beauty essentials. These are the ones I took with me on my trip to Chiang Mai in Thailand.

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Where To Stay in Chiang Mai | Four Seasons Chiang Mai

If you’re looking for somewhere beautiful to stay on the outskirts of Chiang Mai in Thailand. Look no further than Four Seasons Chiang Mai, set in a stunning rural surrounding with acres upon acres of land, private villas, a number of pools, a spa, their own private rice terraces and that’s not even to mention the culinary delights, there’s no where like it.

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Sight Seeing Outfit Inspiration | Chiang Mai

Happy Sunday guys! I wanted to share more of my stuff from Thailand with you because when you go to a place as beautiful as this with a group of talented creatives, it’s inevitable that you end up with a shed ton of content! On the final day we were treated to a Tuk Tuk tour of Chiang Mai which included a visit to the local market and two temples. For all of these visits, particularly the temples, a certain dress code is needed and I myself have often found it super hard to navigate often either a, drowning in a pool of my own sweat or b, having to cover myself in those “shared” scarves they keep a pile of at the front of temples incase you’re not covered enough, neither is a good option my friends.

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