Wednesday 25 March 2015

What's on my iPhone ??

So ,I'm actually waiting for my new iPhone to arrive so I'm currently using the iPhone 5 with a rather sorry looking screen with a dodgy speaker. However the principals the same I'm gonna no doubt have the same music / apps on my 6plus as I do now.

I'm just a nosy person, I think, like a lot of people. What's in my bag? What's on my phone? Etc etc type posts just interest me, maybe it's a fear someone might have something I don't or that I'm missing out on something. Who knows? Whatever.

So without further adue here are my top 10 Apps and my 10 fave tunes of the moment.

Yep that pretty much sums it up nicely

Google +

Also in my top 10 

Buzzfeed App 
Criminal Case 

All of these are pretty firm faves that I couldn't imagine not using, with the exception of Criminal Case a detective game. Games are something I change pretty often. I get bored easy, before this I was obsessed with the frozen free fall game. If you can reccomend a good one let me know :-)

Onto music.....

I'm permenantly attached to my headphones. I love music and have it playing constantly. I guess I have a varied music taste but here's what I'm loving lately.

These are 7 of the latest songs I've purchased as you can probably guess I'm loving Meghan Trainor lately... I get a tame Lilly Allen kinda vibe from her plus her songs are just ridiculously catchy and kinda clever.

'Take me to church' wasn't a song I liked originally, it's been kinda over played yet it's grown on me.

I may be the only twenty something singleton female to have not seen 50 shades of grey, but I'm enjoying a few of the songs from the film. Ellie Goulding and The Weekends 'You earned it' have spent a good while on repeat.

Last but not least... As the weather starts to warm up (helloooo spring!!) I feel the need for a good dance tune, it makes me excited for summer fun in the sun (rain this is Cornwall).

What's on your phone??
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Thursday 12 March 2015

Manners cost nothing.

I'm not perfect by any means. I have the vocabulary of a drunken sailor. I'm also well known to be grumpy, sarcastic and a little to honest. 

Despite these things I believe I was bought up in the right way, taught good manners and common decency....aren't most children?

Yet so many people seem to have just forgotten everything their parents spent years teaching them.

Ever held a door open for someone just for them to stroll through it with out even acknowledging your existence? Or had a grown adult come and borrow something without even asking ? (let alone saying please) these things drive me up the wall.

Like I said, I'm far from perfect, but I certainly don't barge past people without saying "excuse me please" and wouldn't dream of not saying thankyou for something. It's just rude.

I've been unfortunate enough to have to endure supermarket shopping in a wheelchair. I can tell you it's not an easy task in the slightest. People push past, stare, whisper or blatently ignore you. I even had a woman once attempt to push me and my chair out of the way instead of politely saying excuse me. Like seriously, it's just shocking.

On the bus I would always give up my seat for someone elderly, disabled or pregnant. It's just the right thing to do, the way I've been bought up, yet I've seen so many people, adults aswell as children refuse to, instead they've watched as others struggle to stand.

But Charlotte not all disabilities are visible.
I know this better than anyone. There's been times I've been unable to offer my seat because I genuinely need it myself. I forever hear people say I don't look sick or look like I need a wheelchair. If you have nothing nice to say to or about someone, it's probably best to just shut up. Again I'm sure so many of us were bought up being taught that, yet so many seem to have forgotten. It's just rude and unnecessary.

Good manners cost nothing but will get you far in life.

Sorry for the long rambley post but It's something that's been on my mind a lot lately.

What do you guys think?
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Tuesday 3 March 2015

Topshop Jeans

So last week I actually left my house *gasp, shock, horror* in order to meet one of my besties.

This is what I wore ...

Excuse the dirty mirror

I'm so awkward on camera...eek

Anyway what I really wanted to talk about is the jeans in this photo. I bought these Moto Leigh soft touch skinny ankle grazers from Topshop a few weeks ago. No word of a lie they're the most comfortable jeans I've ever owned, which to be honest is great as they set me back £40.

I've never really been a Topshop fan. I've found their sizing to be a bit off in the past and I wouldn't say it's always been in my price range, but I've been converted. At least for jeans. They were actually reccomended to me and it was with great reluctance I even tried them on.

So if you're looking for a new pair of jeans. I'd definitely recommend checking Topshop out.

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