*I couldn’t keep my eyes open editing Sunday evening, so it’s a Monday Favourites.
Yep, it’s comes down to a Weekend Friday Favourites Catch Up Combo. This week’s flown by and I’m left scratching my head wondering what I’ve done this week. Very little as I’ve been consuming a little too much 5 minutes of my life I’m not going to get back aka YouTube. Which leaves me feeling irritable I haven’t been creative (I’ve included where I got this from in Internet Finds) or productive. But that’s a good thing. I get grouchy when I realise I’m watching little too much YouTube, Netflix or reading crap. Knowing where the time’s gone helps make changes.
My head feels something like this at the moment
I have however signed up for a 8hr indoor climbing introduction course starting in February! I’m super excited and equally as nervous! My upper body strength isn’t great on obstacle courses. Continue reading “Weekend Friday Monday* Favourites Catch Up Combo”
A few weeks ago I found out by chance that Tarte Cosmetics now delivers direct to Spain. Not all products are eligible but most of their products are. Prices are a little less than brand equivalent in Sephora España and I was able to take advantage of their Independence Day free shipping which included free international shipping. Usually free international delivery qualifies on orders over €65. A major draw for me to them is that they are cruelty free with a few vegan products.
I was curious how they were able to cosmetics ship to Spain without getting flagged in customs. From experience and maybe the law’s changed within the last 3 years, Spain doesn’t allow the import of make up. It’s touch and go if parcels clear custom inspections and if it’s courier sent, it’s more likely to get stuck/flagged. The way they got around it was having Continue reading “Tarte Cosmetics International Delivery and Giving into NYX Cosmetics”
Spartan Race comes to Barcelona in May and October this year and I can’t decide if I want to rerun the Super and Beast. I really want to run more Spartans, yet the subscriptions aren’t cheap and after running the course twice in 2 years, I want to run more Spartans or obstacle races in different locations. Although it’s held in Les Comes a fantastic place to run them with the route different for both races, the element of running them elsewhere’s appealing. I have a little time to decide. My plan was the Super, 13km in May and the Beast 21k in October. I’ve still to run the 5km Sprint, but after the longer runs, I kinda don’t want to run it as unless you’re in the first few waves, you get stuck in traffic.
Anyways, I hope you’re having a great weekend and I’ll leave ya with Weekend Friday Favourites Continue reading “Weekend Friday Favourites”