Birthday/Christmas wishlist

The title speaks for itself. Let’s see the list!

This list isn’t very different from last year’s. 1. Last year, I would have loved to get a slipper gift “bag” but I didn’t get it. I would still love to get it, so I included it in this list. As far as the content is concerned, I would love some sugar-free chocolate, an Essence or Catrice nourishing base coat (I have a lot of colour nail polishes, I don’t need more, but I always need a good nourishing base coat), or any girly little thing, for example from this list.
2. Catrice Dewy-ful Lips lip butter 020 Let’s Dew This; 3. CatriceCalligraphy Pro Precise 24h matt eyeliner; 4. Catrice Liquid Metal folyékony eyeshadow 020 Champagne Shower; 5. Catrice The Little Black One mascara; 6. Catrice Power Plumping gel lipstick 040 Confidence Code.

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Felirat írása…

7. “Will Wake Up For Prosecco” pyjamas, size M (Tesco); 8. The English Tea Shop Super Fruits tea selection; 9. Ring set (10 pcs), size XS/S(H&M); 10. Sugar-free “Szerencsi” chocolate Santa; 11. The English Tea Shop advent calendar; 12. Sugar-free “Szerencsi” szaloncukor (chocolate-coated traditional Hungarian Christmas candy).

This is my wish list. I’m looking forward to my birthday but I’m less excited about Christmas. At least I’ve done 50% of my Christmas shopping. You can learn more about it from my latest Vlogtober vlog.

What’s on your wishlists?
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How we are surviving the ‘terrible twos’ – Part 1

MiMay is the month of Mothers’ Day and International Children’s Day, so for this month, I prepared some parenting-related content. Raising a child is hard work. It gets even harder when your child enters the ‘terrible twos’. I’m planning to write two posts about this topic and this one, the first one, is going to be about the basics. What techniques are we using to survive this period? You will learn it from this post. Continue Reading