As lots of you will know if you’ve seen my recent YouTube video or my Instagram Stories, we have recently moved from working in the office in our attic at home to ACTUAL office space (which is the coolest and best thing ever). I had a meeting with my team the other day, which fell on moving in week, so decided to have it as the last meeting at home and do a nice breakfast for everyone.
Starting the list, we have this sassy little Scottish YouTuber. Jamie does a mixture of everything and as working as a makeup artist, she has the perfect makeup skills. Very relatable and understands the beauty tips we want and actually need Jamie gives us the beauty tips for the simplest things that don’t seem too simple to us. Zoella is maybe one of the most famous YouTubers. As her YouTube channel and blog was so popular Zoella now has her own book Girl Online which she them wrote two sequels to.
This blog post contains a paid for advertorial from Reserved. You guys may remember me hosting an event with the new high street store Reserved back in September, well, I am back to host an event with them this Thursday night! I’ll be there to meet you guys between 5.30pm and 7.30pm for a fun night of late night shopping.
I can't seem to download the latest episode of the Kardashians even though it says it's available to watch on my iTunes account! WHAT ELSE WILL I WATCH IN THE BATH IT'S MY FAVOURITE THING https://t.co/dHYQod05lR
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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