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HAUL // Lush Halloween 2018.

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Ah I love this time of year! The leaves are changing colour, the air is crispier and everything just feels cosy! But most importantly, Lush get there Halloween and Christmas range in! And of course I had to go pick a few bits!
It's only a small haul this time, and is mostly Halloween products with one Christmas product that I just had to try!
I will be picking up some Christmas bits very soon so look out for that!

So let's get stuck in!
The first thing I had to pick up was of course Lord of Misrule bath bomb which is one of my all time favourites from Lush. I've bought this year after year, and i'm definitely making sure I stock up this year! I hope they never discontinue this! You can also get it in a Shower cream Online which is great if you love the scent but don't like baths/don't have a bath at home. Its spicy herbal scent isn't my usual go to at lush, but there's something about this blend that just draws me in and makes me feel all cosy and ready for…

LIFESTYLE // FarGo Village's Autumn Makers Market.

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FarGo village is probably one of my favourite places in Coventry. The mixture of its urban setting, the stunning street art and unique local businesses…it's the perfect place if you want something different from the normal high street shops and cafes.

Fargo also have fun and unique events on a regular basis, such as food festivals, vintage fairs and Makers Markets.


Recently I went to the Autumn Maker's Market on behalf of Coventry Bloggers,which is a seasonal market that gives local creatives and small businesses an opportunity to showcase what they do and sell their products. This was my first time visiting the market and I will definitely be going back to the next one! 

When I arrived, I met up with Lucy who is FarGo’s event manager who was really lovely and welcoming and made me feel at ease which was so nice considering this was the first time I'd ever done something like this without other Bloggers around! She told me about the makers market and their passion for suppo…