I had been looking into vape machines for a while as the next step up from the standard e-cigarette so, when the team over at e-cigarette direct offered to send me out some of the products they stock to try out I said yes. I was able to put together the elements of the kit including the base unit, tank and 4 different flavoured liquids.
In this post I will be reviewing the base unit, tank and Element liquid as I have not had the opportunity to review the other liquids yet so, there will be a subsequent post once I have managed to try them. There is also a Giveaway at the bottom of the post where you could win £100 to spend at e-cigarette direct to get you started out or if you are like Pete add to your collection. View Full Post
About a month ago the guys over at Shoreditch reached out and asked if I would be interested in trying their vape pen along with 3 different e-liquids. This opportunity was something I was really excited about as myself and Pete would really like to give up smoking so, that we can start trying for another bubba when the time is right. View Full Post
As Pete and I are in the process of looking for a new place and I am already on the hunt for a new camera I thought I would do a wishlist post for you all. My current blogging set up is a portable softbox along with compact Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS18 for on the go use and a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 for all of my blog images. Both cameras are now around 6 years old so, I am due an upgrade.
1. Panasonic DMC-LX7 £265– I have always had such a great experience with Panasonic Cameras that I wanted to stick with the brand so, I have been eyeing this little baby up to replace my current on the go camera. This particular camera dosent have the largest zoom or highest mega pixels but its perfect for what I would be wanting it for and within my price bracket for a point a shoot camera. Panasonic do do a great selection of point and shoot cameras ranging from £239 – £519 with a new 4K camera coming later in the year. You can check out Panasonic’s current compact cameras here.
2. Hilka Pro-Craft 7-Drawer Cabinet £289.99 – I chose this over the blogger fave, the Alex Drawers from Ikea, mainly because I wanted something more sturdy and longer lasting. As I do makeup for a living I need to ensure that my products are well protected and these types of drawers would certainly offer that benefit, plus they are on wheels. I think they look very sleek and smart and would fit perfectly with my preferred decor of greys, white and black. View Full Post
As a lot of you know I am a bit of a geek so, I thought I would put together a wishlist for my perfect movie room, I can dream can’t I? This is a different type of post for me so I do hope that you like it and take some inspiration from it.
- Panasonic Viera 4K TV – The 65 inch Viera 4K TV OLED would make for perfect viewing for all of my old classics with its crisp graphics. Obviously I am going all out as the 65 inch is £7,699.99, however, they do smaller versions which start at a very reasonable £579.99, I am just being a snob and wanting the biggest and best for my movie room. View Full Post