April is by far one of my favourite months of the year, not only is it my Birthday month (yes, I celebrate my birthday for the whole month), but the weather is still warm and amazing, and I have my annual trip to Queensland!
I haven’t been to the Easter show for over 5 years now so oh my god I was keen to go this year. I went with my sister last Thursday and we honestly had so much fun!
If you go, you have to be prepared to spend a bit of money but it is sooo worth it, especially if you haven’t been for a few years!
For as long as I can remember, I have loved finding a good book, spending ALL my time reading it and just forgetting about everything that I am actually meant to be doing (my parents defs did not love this as much).
I absolutely love Christmas, I just think it’s absolutely the best time of the year! I feel like everyone is automatically in a better mood (is that just me?) and enjoying time with family and friends and everything else that comes with it.
One thing I love reading about is different products / clothes / places / shows etc that other people are loving… maybe I’m just nosy… but somehow I always find at least one thing that I need to buy!
Now I’ll be honest, festivals aren’t my style, but it was on my list of things to do this year (you can check out my list here if you haven’t seen it already!). I’ve only ever been to two and one of those was yesterday. And whilst I may not love the festival scene, I do LOVEEEEEE getting dressed up (which lets be honest, is the real reason most people go) so I thought I would share with you my festival look and give you some inspo!
As you guys already know, my name is Tara. I’ve lived in Australia my whole life but I travel whenever I get the chance. A number of you have started to join my blogging journey so I thought I would introduce myself a little bit more.
This year, instead of my usual 10 New Years resolutions, I decided to set myself 100 things to do/achieve in 2018 (I know I’m late to the party with this post as it’s already Feb, but it’s better than March, am I right?)