Monthly favourites

March favourites

Hello! I enjoy watching some of my favourite You Tubers share their monthly favourites at the end of each month and so I thought I’d share some of my own on the blog today.

My first favourite is a book I’ve just finished reading, called ‘The Woman in the Window’. The book was sent to me by my father in law as he thought I might enjoy it, and he was right. I found it an easy read (which is what I’m after at the moment as my brain is full to the brim with the house move) and although I guessed one of the twists, I was completely taken by surprise by the ending. Well worth a read if you are looking for an easy page turner with lots of questions that keep you guessing throughout the novel. It reminded me a lot of ‘The Girl On The Train’, as the circumstances surrounding the main character mean you are never sure if you can really trust her.

My next two favourites are two online stores that I’ve found via instagram. The first is ‘Perfectly Lovely Interiors’. I saw the felt bunny below on Jen’s instagram page and clicked over for a closer look.

I’m on the hunt for some Easter decor for our new home and Jen has some lovely stock, which is really reasonably priced. I also like these concrete pears and apples. I think they would look great in my kitchen as book ends for my cookery books…

The second store is Tillyanna, an ethical and eco-friendly business based in Wales. I recently purchased one of their Easter bags for Bugsy and I’m really happy with my purchase! It also feels good to support small, independent businesses and I’m finding that Instagram is really good for widening my horizons in this area.

Easter bags via Tillyanna

TV wise, I’m loving that Line of Duty is back on the BBC tonight. Speaking of which, I’d better wrap up here so that I can settle down and watch!

I’d love to know some of your favourites from this month. Leave a comment down below or leave a link to your blog/instagram/You tube channel if you have one.

Have a good week,

C.x

1 comment on “March favourites

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