Showing posts from March, 2017

Nottingham In Fashion Show And Intu Victoria Centre Bloggers Event

Hi everyone. On Friday 24th and Saturday 25th March. Nottingham's favourite retailers came together to showcase the best spring and summer styles for a annual Fashion Event which is organised by It's In Nottingham . The catwalk show was inside the council house overlooking the market square which had a beauty bus which offered make up demonstrations from brands such as Urban Decay and Benefit. The Beauty Temple salon were also offering free mini treatments. I was invited on Saturday 25th March at 12pm to sit on the front row of the " Club To Campus " theme which celebrates the students of Nottingham. Catwalk show #nottmfw #Nottingham #catwalkshow #fashionshow #nofilter #instagood #show #fashion #blogger #bloggerlife #stripes #marketsquare @itsinnottingham A post shared by Hayley (@bunnymoonstone) on Mar 25, 2017 at 7:10am PDT The themed trends for students were Back To The Fushcia (everything pink), Born In The 80's, Statement Sportswear,  Ch

What I've Learnt So Far About Being Highly Sensitive

Stop Apologising For Who You Are I used to apologise to everyone for just being myself. This was because I absorbed peoples emotions and judgements towards me. I didn't want to feel the negativity energy so I would apologise to try and dim the overwhelming feelings which I had. I've come to realise that you can't be everyone's cup of tea and that's OK. I've also stopped apologising for who I am and to only apologise when i have done something stupid, ignorant or insensitive. You Are Needed In This World I think that the world needs more positive, sensitive and empathic people to help us all to connect with eachother and to make the world a better place. I've realised by sharing my feelings that someone might watch my videos or read my blog and say "OMG, I can totally relate to that!” and then that creates a connection. Put Your Needs First Highly sensitive people often struggle with putting their own needs first as it doesn't come natur

Chino Latino's Birthday Party

When I recieved a invitation through my email inbox from Chino Latino  asking if I would like to attend their birthday party on the 16th March. I graciously and excitedly accepted. Chino Latino  is on Maid Marian way in the heart of Nottingham city centre. It's a Pan-Asian cuisine restaurant with a latin cocktail bar. It's one of the most beautiful venues that I've ever been to in my life. A street performer dressed in a beautiful red Chinese silk dress with chopsticks in her hair was memorising all of the guests and members of the public outside by eating fire and swinging nunchucks. Guests were warmly welcomed into Park Plaza's lobby at 7:30pm. Alcoholic drinks and canapes were served while everyone socialised with eachother. My favourite part of the lobby was the magnificent center piece which was a large illumated table which held lines of sushi for guests to help themselves and to tuck into. The dress code for the birthday party was red and black. My

White Post Farm

On Tuesday 14th March. Me and my friend Sarah took a trip to White Post Farm to feed the animals, film and take photographs. White Post Farm holds many wonderful childhood memories for me as I visited with playgroup and primary school. I remember feeding baby lambs when i was 5 years old and trying to keep the bottle still with my hands while the lamb suckled at the teet with a great force which nearly knocked me over. Since my last visit to White Post Farm they have added new features such as Goat Mountain, Meerkats and the walk-in  aviary. Silver Barn and Incubator room is my favourite section as you can see a chicks hatching out from their eggs and see the development in how they grow from 2 weeks to 6 weeks. I'm also a huge fan of handling small and fluffy creatures so when a baby chick was offered to hold. I could not refuse. If animal holding isn't for you then you can always see the cows, llamas, goats, sheep, pigs and chickens outside in the animal paddocks

East Midlands Bloggers Meet Up And Exploring Elvaston Castle

Hi everyone. On  Saturday 11th March at 12pm i met up with some local blogger ladies for a cup of tea and a catch up at the Copper Cafe . Thanks to  Sophie for organising the meet up 😀. Here's a picture of us together  on  Sherry Scribbles  Instagram. I went for a kawaii pose✌️️✌️️  Baes with a Valencia filter because... tan 💁🏻💕 #lbloggers #lbloggersuk #lifestyle #lifestyleblog #lifestyleblogger #wordpress #wordpressblog #wordpressblogger #instagood #instablogger #friends #blogger #bloglife #bloggerstyle #bae #baes #nottingham #copper #brunch #coffee #eastmids #meetup #chitchat #selfie #toomanyman #pursuepretty #itsthelittlethings #oscarselfie #groupphoto #herecomethegirls A post shared by Sherry Scribbles 💁🏼 (@sherryscribbles) on Mar 13, 2017 at 12:21am PDT After a catch up i had a little browse around Primark with Ellie and Sarah . I'm loving all of the easter related homeware and also Disney pajamas. Watch the vlog below :) On Sunday 12th March

5 Things Which Only An Outgoing Introvert Would Understand

1. People Either Recharge You Or Drain you Outgoing introverts tend to have a few special friends who they can hang around with for along time. Being with certain people comes easy to you and you feel recharged just by being with them. Other people, however, can make you feel tired and drained. Outgoing introverts are often selectively social and would much prefer spending time with those who boost their energy levels. 2. You Need Down Time As much as you love people, you can only handle so much social interaction before you need downtime. I recharge by listening to music, spending time with my family and friends, going on social media and photography. 3. Small Talk Is The Worst It's much easier for me to say what is my mind and to share ideas rather than small talk. I find fake small talk boring which drains my energy. I've been reading articles about how to make small talk easier so it can turn into an interesting and deeper conversation. Here are some ideas for s