Showing posts from November, 2019

Asda Activated Charcoal Facial Scrub Review

What I find difficult with having sensitive skin is finding the right beauty products which I can use on my face without causing an allergic reaction or a breakout of spots. When I was in my 20s I thought that the more products I had, the better my skin would be. I loved and used anything and everything (this was before I switched to cruelty free beauty). I found out over the years that all of these products I was using was making my skin worse (and a combination of consuming too much dairy products although this hasn't been medically proven). Since I've hit 30 what has worked for me is less products equals better results. It's about the quality rather than the quantity of products.I only use skin care products that are fragrance free, cruelty free or natural. My skin has never looked and felt better. I've ditched facemasks and switched them for light facial scrubs as i find these work better for my skin type Everyone's skin type is different so what wo

Playing Amiga Games

Hi everyone So if you are new to my blog then Hello I'm Hayley and I'm 31 which means I'm apart of the millennial generation which was one of the last generations to experience their childhood without the Internet. I was first introduced to dial up Internet when I was the age of 13 back in 2001. To log onto the Internet you had to use dial up  (the dialing tone is still implanted in my mind to this day). I have fond memories of waiting eagerly to use the internet when it came on at 6pm to talk to my school friends on MSN messenger. It was annoying when you were talking in mid conversation and then you got disconnected (d/c) at midnight. The Internet wasn't avaliable 24/7 like it is now. It's amazing how far technology has come and I can't wait to see what's avaliable in the future. So what did I do as a kid when the Internet didn't exist? How did I survive? Because when you think about it, it's hard to imagine surviving without the Intern