Azul Sensatori Negril: Hotel Review

From the moment we stepped onto the bus to Azul Sensatori Negril, we were welcomed warmly, setting the tone for an amazing fortnight in Jamaica. I don't usually review hotels here but it left such a pleasant taste that I can't not share my experience! (Perhaps I'll do more in the future?)

Food and Drink

As a vegetarian, I normally struggle finding food I like and can eat when abroad so, often end up eating salad and chips every day. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself able to choose from an array of dishes both in the a la carte and buffet restaurants. Breakfast was particularly great with everything you could ever want- I was a big fruit, egg and bagel fan myself- although not all together, I hasten to add! The hotel had 7 different restaurants so you never feel like you're eating the same foods or even in the same environments but if you do find one suits you better, it's good to be able to go back to with no limitations.


The gym was incredible... one of the biggest hotel gyms I've come across. It had enough to do various full workouts without having to think too much out of the box. We went 6 times in total giving a good rotation between arms, legs and core and even managed to vary the routines within the focus which proved the high quality of the gym. Like everywhere else, it was kept clean and generally well maintained, offering towels, fruit and water for guests.
We also liked to reward ourselves after a workout with a stop at the smoothie/cafe/dessert bar in reception to pick up a Banana Nut Blast Protein Shake which, I highly recommend if you find yourself visiting!
The hotel also offers the likes of pilates and boot camps on the beach but we didn't get round to trying these out... maybe next time ;)


I'm usually the last person to spend time on the beach, the sand sticking everywhere, the salt water and the sea creatures... it's just not for me so I was a little apprehensive when I realised there were very few sunbeds around the pool and instead were all on the beach. With encouragement from others, I did find myself entering the sea and actually going to the furthest point within the closed off section within the first hour of settling on the beach. Although it was terrifying for someone afraid of the sea, like myself, I ended up enjoying it and paved the way for the rest of the holiday. The sea was so clear that it helped to reassure me, the salt water wasn't irritating (unless of course, it got into the eyes or mouth) and the depth was manageable throughout the whole section and actually, remained pretty shallow going further out too.
The beach activities were also a lot of fun with paddle boards, kayaks, sail boats, a floating bike (kinda thing) and a 'big mabel', there was plenty to choose from. As a premium guest, you could use the majority of the non-motor activities for no extra fee and could even use the sail boats if you've had lessons before or can pay for one lesson and then use them for no extra cost for the remaining visit. The 'big mabel' was particularly entertaining which allowed up to four people to sit on the inflatable seat and be pulled along by a boat. Whilst some guests fall in and some stay on, I think this mostly depends on the drivers and whether they want to tip you in, we had said we didn't want to go in and they stuck to this whilst my brother and dad fell in on their go. It was terrifying at times but so much fun and something I'd love to do again!


The staff were incredible, they certainly made the hotel and the experience better. As a whole, they were friendly, attentive and good at what they do. The bar staff made great cocktails both on and off the menu, many of which would also be good to talk to as well; the chefs clearly knew how to make delicious food; the housekeeping staff ensured rooms were kept clean as well as other places around the hotel; the maintenance staff kept the hotel in tip top condition, regularly topping up paint, checking things are functioning and fixing anything broken; the waiters and floor staff ensured you were looked after throughout your meal; the entertainment team put on great performances that differed from a typical all inclusive to show the likes of fire dancing, excellent singers and bands, musical quizzes, trapeze artists and many more; the sports staff helped you access the likes of kayaks, paddle boards and even a boat ride to the island; lifeguards ensure the beach is well kept and safe; you even get a welcome and send off with a group of staff... the whole staff community is just amazing. They really know what they're doing and encourage smiles whilst they do it. Of course there are a few exceptions like with everything but for the most part, they really add to the experience.


We stayed in the premium section so although I saw one of the other rooms, I only saw it briefly so can't comment on specifics related to that (although it did look fairly similar). The room we stayed in had a king size bed, sofa area, table and chairs, tv, two large wardrobes, a safe, mini fridge (items at no extra cost) and an ensuite room with a shower. The balcony area had a view of another hotel building, the pool area, the beach to one side and a water park to the other (I don't believe this is in use anymore). All in all, the room seemed to be of high quality and well kept (check the video down below to see the room!) It certainly made for a lovely stay.


The only real issue we found was with the premium section as it was originally sold to us as being adults only which resulted in one particular guest not being able to attend however, when we got there it was not the case at all... the premium section, beach and pool area had plenty of kids around which was pretty annoying given the circumstance. Originally, members of our party moved from one building within the section to another due to excessive noise which again wasn't great. We also found it difficult to get sunbeds within the premium section sometimes and found supposedly exclusive areas to not really be exclusive as well as there being less available to us as we had believed based on original bookings/enquiries. As lovely as the rooms were, I don't believe it to be worth the extra money as there is very little difference in what else you get and the rooms elsewhere are just as nice- plus you can get adults-only rooms if that's what you desire. The exclusive features mentioned aren't really that exclusive as other guests have the same opportunities either deliberately or accidentally. However, it's important to note that this is a misselling from the UK rather than a fault with the hotel in Jamaica. Within the premium section, certain rooms are also rather noisy as well but this depends on the room and I suppose the guest's awareness/sensitivity to the noise.

You can see more of the room and hotel generally in my video below...

If you fancy seeing the wedding we went out for, you can see that here...

And if you want to see the final video including the things we did outside of the hotel, you can see that here...

Azul Sensatori Jamaica was an amazing hotel all in all and made for an excellent holiday destination as well as being a beautiful setting for the wedding. It's definitely somewhere I'd love to go back to so highly recommend it as a destination if you're looking for a Caribbean break. Although it's all-inclusive, it doesn't lose the 'Jamaica' feel and wouldn't be the same if it was picked up and placed elsewhere.

I hope you enjoyed this post, if you did and want to see more from me, you can follow my social media links in the top right hand corner to see when I next upload. Thanks for reading!

Love, Steph x

P.S. Sorry for the delay in uploading this, it's been pretty busy recently but I'm trying to get back into it over Summer and start regularly uploading again! Once again though, I am generally more consistent over on my YouTube channel so if you want to see what I'm up to there, you can click here!

Travel Bucket List

As I recently uploaded my travel list for 2018, including a few places I'm less likely to get to this year (a girl can dream though, right?), I also wanted to share a few places I'd love to visit more in the future (although, near future would be fab)!

Switzerland- Interlaken I've never been particularly bothered about visiting Switzerland but as I was supposed to visit last year, it has made me more determined to go. Budapest had never been on my list and turned out to be one of my favourite places so the thought of missing out on somewhere else with the potential to capture my heart makes me more intrigued and excited to replan a trip. I'd love to go to Interlaken as originally planned but anywhere would be great to explore as it seems like an interesting country in general.
Italy- I would love to visit Lake Garda, it looks a beautiful area and Italy itself just seems to be home to so many amazing, gorgeous locations as well as the most delicious food! There are a number of Italian areas I'd like to visit but Lake Garda has to take the number one spot. I've also had Sicily recommended to me which has definitely made me want to visit the island even more than I already did. The diverse food and culture seems incredibly appealing and like an amazing place to visit, particularly in Summer.
Croatia- I already mentioned my desire to visit Croatia in my last post but I wanted to go a bit more into detail as there are so many different places I want to visit within the country as well as a few things I'd love to do. I really want to go to Omis and do the zip wire they have there as it seems like a lot of fun with an incredible view. I'd also love to go to Plitvice and explore the national parks with their beautiful lakes and little waterfalls as well as going to Zadar to hear the sea organ. As for other locations, I'd love to visit Split, Dubrovnik, Hvar and Zagreb.
Rio de Janeiro- This used to be top of my travel bucket list and although it has slipped down, I still think it would be a great place to visit! I'd love to experience the carnival in Rio but the city as a whole seems to be bright and full of energy. The high crime rates do make me more wary about visiting the area and as a result, it's not somewhere I'm looking to go to in the near future but something I'd look into more in years to come.
Caribbean- The Caribbean looks so beautiful and although I have Jamaica to look forward to, there are several other islands in the Caribbean that I think would be amazing to visit!
New York- This city isn't highest on my list but it seems like a place you have to experience for yourself. I'm yet to find someone who's been and not loved it, so I'm sure I'd be the same. I love the shopping culture but like a lot of people, I would most like to go around Christmas. Max Brenner, the chocolate bar/restaurant also looks like a place I'd have to visit if I did go!
Northern Lights- Not a location as such but I would love to travel somewhere where I could see the Northern Lights as I think it would be an amazing experience. I know it isn't always possible to see it as I've tried once before and couldn't but it would be exciting to eventually see them.
New Zealand- I'd be really interested in visiting New Zealand as the culture seems so different to here... it looks like a beautiful, adventurous country which only makes me more intrigued.
Prague- I've heard a lot of good things about Prague... it appears to have a lot of beautiful architecture as well as an amazing cafe culture that I'd love to experience.

I'm sure there are plenty of other locations I could put on this list but that completes it for now. Have you been to any of these? If so, what did you think? I'd also love any other recommendations you might have.

I hope you enjoyed this post, perhaps it's given you some travel inspo? If you did enjoy this post and want to see more from me, you can follow my social media links in the top right-hand corner to see when I next upload.

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Love, Steph x

2018 Travel Plans

There are so many amazing places to see and as last year brought a few travel adventures, it's only made me more excited to travel and more eager to book new trips. 2018 already holds a number of planned trips and I'll hopefully be adding to the list in the near future. As March kicks off the travel plans, it seemed an appropriate time to share them with you (although I did also visit Slovenia in January which was a great trip).
Disneyland- I have booked to go to Disneyland this year and as I didn't end up going on my interrail trip last year, I am very much looking forward to going in 2018! I haven't been to Disneyland Paris for almost 15 years so I'm excited to see what it's like after such a long time. As a huge Disney fan (aren't we all!), experiencing the magic of Disneyland is like nothing else and a feeling I can't wait to relive.
Jamaica- What I imagine to be a highlight of 2018... I am going to Jamaica for a friend's wedding where I'm also a bridesmaid. I can't wait to share the day with the bride and groom in such an amazing setting. However, not only will I have the wedding to look forward to but also the time we'll be spending there as a family- sipping drinks in the sun, reading by the pool, dipping in to cool off... sounds like heaven!
Amsterdam- After visiting Amsterdam twice last year, I'm looking forward to going back with my course to see more of the city and experience Journalism in a different country. It'll be good to see some of the sites I've not yet visited as well as return to some of my favourites.
Sziget- I visited the Hungarian festival for the day last year and had an amazing time, seeing so much of the island but leaving a lot to be discovered. I'd also love to explore more of Budapest as it's a city that well and truly captured my heart. I would love to be able to go back again this year for longer and although this might not be possible, I hope to make it happen.
Croatia- Although this is less likely to happen than the other trips, I hope I manage to plan a trip to Croatia as there are so many exciting things I planned to do there last year. I really hope to go back and eventually do all of the things I would have done originally which, I doubt will happen this year but if possible, I'd like to visit and at least see the country, perhaps ticking a thing or two off of my list.
Iceland/Italy/New York/away for 21st- With it being my 21st this year, I'm hoping to do something special to celebrate the big birthday. One thing I'm considering is a trip somewhere but as it's in the cooler months, I'm still deciding where to go... Italy is currently my favourite option but Iceland and New York aren't far behind so if anybody has any thoughts on these places or has any other recommendations, please let me know in the comments as I'd love your input!

Have you been to any of these places? If so, what did you think of them? Have you got any travel plans this year? Let me know in the comments.

Thank you for reading this post, I hope you enjoyed it. If you did and you want to see more from me, you can follow my social media links in the top right-hand corner to see when I next upload.

Love, Steph x

Kingsman The Golden Circle

With its recent DVD release, it seemed like an appropriate time to share my love for Kingsman The Golden Circle and perhaps encourage anyone who hasn't seen it yet, to give it a go!

Kingsman is a franchise like no other... The first seems to be a film that no one had heard of and everyone loved. By that I mean, I know no one who saw it in the cinema, I don't even remember hearing the name or hearing whispers of the trailer yet most people I know have watched it and of those people, only one didn't love it (and he has a very different approach to films). 

The humour blended with the action makes for an exciting story that you can't help but love. It's bonkers, absolutely ridiculous and yet it works. You can definitely expect the unexpected in both films- perhaps even more so in The Golden Circle which, contains everything you could possibly imagine! The British charm mixed with the crazy stunts is intriguing as a viewer and makes forgetting the film a very difficult task. 

Taron Egerton shows versatility with his ability to play (and play so darn well) as various forms of Eggsy- how one can pull off the scruffy look and the suited, classy spy so well? He puts the wink in cheeky chappy. 

Colin Firth is as lovable as ever in both films and definitely adds a bit of class to the movie. 
I must admit, I'm not a huge action film fan, although I do love action comedies, but I know I'm not alone when I say this film is great nonetheless. The fact that I watched the film because my best friend really wanted me to, and she watched it because her sister really wanted her to and we then encouraged my housemate to watch the second (having never seen the first)- it speaks for itself. You know a film is good when word of mouth makes it a success rather than expensive marketing or advertising. 

The emotion, excitement and humour fed into The Golden Circle makes it an ideal watch. 

Let me know your thoughts on the movie or any recommendations you may have! If you enjoyed this post and want to see more from me, you can follow my social media links in the top right-hand corner to see when I next upload. Thank you for reading this post.

Steph x

Veganuary: Switching to Cruelty Free Cosmetics

With January bringing about goals and resolutions, it’s the perfect time to make a step towards a lifestyle change… Dry January, joining a gym or how about becoming a Vegan? January, or Veganuary, as it’s also known, is not only good for trying a vegan diet but it could be the perfect time to start swapping your cosmetic purchases to vegan or cruelty free.

According to Soap and Glory’s Frequently Asked Questions response, ‘it’s important for you to know that no retailer or manufacturer can categorically state that ‘none’ of their raw materials or ingredients have- at some time in the past- been tested on animals.’ With this in mind, there are some beauty brands that host a Leaping Bunny logo, have signed the PETA pledge or avoid testing on animals or including animal products but don’t associate with a cruelty-free organisation.

Although some brands don’t test on animals in Britain, where it was banned in 1998, they do sell to China where animal testing is a legal requirement and therefore are not considered a cruelty free brand overall.

Each individual has a different perception on what cruelty free is so with the help of this post, you might just find the right brand for you. Whilst some brands are PETA registered, their parent company isn’t classed as cruelty free so it’s up to you to decide which brands you want to shop with.
Soap and Glory
Although not on the PETA list, Soap and Glory say, ‘we absolutely do not test our formulations on animals, however we can’t say that each and every ingredient that goes into them has not, at some point historically, been cleared for human use, by animal testing.’ Offering a range of skincare, bath and body products as well as makeup, it might be a brand worth checking out if this meets your needs.

Bare Minerals
Despite the fact that the parent company, Shiseido, is not cruelty free, Bare Minerals is PETA approved and offers a number of beauty products. The brand creates a range of mineral-based cosmetics ‘powered by nourishing, skin-loving minerals… with purity in mind.’

As an official member of PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program, despite its parent company, L’Oreal, choosing to sell in China, NYX has a number of makeup products ranging from primer to mascara to metallic lipsticks. At a drugstore price, the brand originating from Los Angeles is now available in most large Boots stores.
Urban Decay
Another pledge for PETA’s cruelty free campaign, Urban Decay are slightly pricier but worth the extra splurge with a host of popular eyeshadow palettes as well as many other incredible makeup products.
The Body Shop
Offering vegan brushes as well as a number of body and face products, The Body Shop was sold to Natura Brasil in 2017 which is also reportedly a cruelty free brand. As the ‘first global beauty brand to fight against animal testing in cosmetics’, not only are their products cruelty free but they actively fight to bring an end to animal testing and currently have a petition to help this cause available here if you’re interested in signing it. 
The popular bath products brand is well known for being cruelty free but, did you know they also sell a number of makeup items as well as a few scents? LUSH state that they ‘do not buy raw materials from any company that tests anything on any animals’ and that ‘materials purchased by LUSH do not contain animal derivatives that are unsuitable for vegetarians’, the full policy on animal testing can be found here.
As a vegan certified brand with cruelty free formulas, the company offers botanically-based skin care products as well as makeup, hair care and general personal care. Arbonne ‘have been on a green journey for 37 years’ and do not support animal testing. To get your hands on the products, you go through an Independent Consultant who will help wherever possible and will organise your order. Keri Wood, an Arbonne consultant can be found here.

A brand that works in a similar way to Arbonne, with ambassadors on hand to help with enquiries or to place an order from. Tropic don’t test on animals ‘or cause them distress by using derivatives such as lanolin, beeswax or honey.’ Certified by The Vegan Society and Cruelty Free International, they offer skincare, bodycare and makeup! Vanessa O'Neill, a Tropic consultant can be found here.
Advice from others:
"For cheaper makeup I go to Superdrug. Makeup Revolution, Barry M and ELF have vegan products and Superdrug do student discount. Another place to look is TK Maxx and Home Sense as they sometimes get vegan ranges in- they regularly have Sukin and Faith in Nature. Vegan fairs are a great place to try and buy makeup and skin care and you are supporting ethical vegan companies that way... I tend to spend more on foundation as I find the cheaper ones do not last well. I really like the Kat Von D lock it foundation as a little goes a long way. It is expensive at around £27 but the assistant there gave me a good tip to mix it with a little primer so it lasts longer and gives a lighter finish." -Alison Townsend

Switching to vegan or cruelty free makeup doesn’t have to happen all at once either, "after deliberation I used up the products I already had purchased and then phased in cruelty free alternatives over time." -Jennifer Dudley

"I try my best to be cruelty free with my cosmetics, it’s been difficult though. I often find that Amazon has the answer when I can’t source things! Superdrug has sorted my lotions and potions needs." -Casey Brennan

With so many cruelty free beauty brands available, it may not be as difficult as it first appears. There are still plenty of other options out there too. The likes of Liz Earle, YesTo and Too Faced all offer cruelty free products as well as a number of other brands so for a list of companies supported by PETA, you can look here.

I hope you find this post helpful, if you have any advice or recommendations, feel free to share them in the comments to help myself and others! If you did enjoy this post and want to see more from me, you can follow my social media links in the top right-hand corner to see when I next upload. Thank you for reading this post.

Love, Steph x

2017 Highlights and Achievements

Wow, 2017 has been a crazy year... after a pretty crap 2016, this year could only really improve and whilst it's had its challenges, it's certainly had its awesome moments and all in all, been a big step up and perhaps one of the best years. So this post is dedicated to my highlights and achievements this year!
I hadn't realised quite how much I'd done and achieved this year until it came to editing my 2017 wrapped up video which consequently, is now one of my favourites! It shows all the amazing things I've done and even made me emotional looking back at it all. I'd love it if you check it out below and let me know what your 2017 highlights are or your plans/goals for next year! (You could also hit that subscribe button if you fancy seeing more videos!)

Finishing first year- it may seem like an obvious one but I've got to acknowledge the completion of first year as at the very start, I did doubt that day would come or at least arrive having lead to so many amazing things. I then really hated the first part of second year and again doubted that I would finish second year however, this soon changed and I ended up enjoying a fair bit and enjoyed working with new people and those I already knew.
Flatmates- I've had a great year getting to know and spend time with the people I live with both last year and this year. We've had some great moments both out and spent in the flat/house which has made my university experience what it is. They're some of my closest friends and people I hope to spend time with in many years to come. Long may our sofa chats continue!
Coursemates- 2017 has been a great year for forming new friendships and developing existing ones. There are some great people on my course and I've loved getting to know people better and spend time together both in and out of lectures.
Ice hockey- One particular outing I really enjoyed was the Varsity ice hockey game we went to at the start of the year. I never expected to enjoy it as much as I did but the whole atmosphere and sport itself made a fun evening! As a big winter sports fan, it's definitely something I'd want to watch more although I haven't actually watched it since then so maybe I'll have to plan more in 2018!
Nights out- I've actually enjoyed going out more this year, clubbing is still definitely not my favourite thing but I enjoy it more than I did and can have fun without the nerves/anxieties I used to have surrounding it which may seem like an odd achievement but to me is an achievement as it shows progress even if it's not completely changed. It's also created some enjoyable memories spent with some of my closest friends.
Living alone- although I love being back home and spending time with my family, one thing I think I've done pretty darn well this year is living alone. I manage to shop, cook, clean and just generally look after myself without any real issues which is an achievement worth acknowledging from time to time. It's obviously helped by the people I live with that make things easier and enjoyable.


Majorca- spending a couple of weeks in a villa in Majorca with my family was amazing. We had a beautiful villa in a lovely setting. Relaxing by the pool, exploring Pollenca, spending time with family and having a fun day at the water park all made it a much needed break and lead to a great holiday!
Vidcon- Vidcon was incredible, not only did it tick something off of my bucket list but it exceeded my expectations. Exploring Amsterdam with Kim and Cally was a lot of fun and then to spend two days surrounded by creators and general YouTube community was amazing. I had the best time, learnt so much and got to meet people I love to watch so all in all, it was like nothing else and was well worth the experience!
Interrailing- it may not have gone to plan but I did see, do and achieve a lot in the week I did of interrailing! My cousin and I had some funny moments including a number revolving around transport. I also got to see Amsterdam again and visit places I hadn't the first time around... House of Bols was a particular highlight although it was a cool experience generally. Budapest was a definite highlight of 2017 as I absolutely loved the city and loved exploring it at my own pace, seeing exactly what I wanted to see without relying on anyone else or a map to lead the way. The fact I saw all I wanted to see and even climbed the hill to see the city from a different view despite my fear of heights is something I am particularly proud of as I usually rely on others to encourage me to ignore the height element. Seeing my mum and Gemma in Budapest was also amazing especially the awesome cocktails in the Tiki Bar! I also went to my first festival in Budapest and had an amazing day! It was so cool seeing the performances, exploring the island and generally make the most of our day at Sziget.
Sorrento- when interrailing fell through and I found myself back home, my best friend and I planned a last minute short break to Sorrento. It was such a beautiful area to explore and enjoy even if just for a short while. We also had some delicious food including one of the nicest Arrabiatas I've ever had (and I've tried a lot of them!) as well as one of the best Pizzas... they truly made incredible food!


Birthday- my birthday was a lot of fun: from cocktails with my housemates; to the surprise party my family organised; to skiing at the snowdome... all of it was amazing and made my birthday a really fun and memorable occasion.
Rob's 18th surprise- linking to surprises, my brother's surprise 18th was a lot of fun and it was great to see his reaction as he walked in to see all of his friends and family. The day and weekend was made even better by my friend, Runa, coming to stay who I don't get to see very often at all.
Madame Tussauds and shopping with mum- whilst Rob was at an audition, mum and I took the opportunity to spend time in shopping in London and visiting Madame Tussauds which was another thing I could tick off of my bucket list. Although it kind of gave me the creeps, it was such a fun trip and was a highlight of 2017.
Seeing Rob in London- fast forward a few months to him staying in London, mum and I visited for the day and had a lovely time together. It was nice to explore the area, have lunch and dinner out and watch Footloose the musical... all elements that made a great day!
Little Mix- mum and I had a lovely night seeing Little Mix and despite the long walk home, it was a fun evening. Little Mix were amazing, we had a great meal and generally enjoyed staying in Birmingham overnight.
Filming in London- it was really cool to experience filming in London with Cally and definitely wasn't anything I expected to happen this year. It was really interesting to see the filming process and to work with some lovely people!
London Made in Chelsea party- this was such a surreal day and another unexpected event. Again, it was really cool to be able to see the behind the scenes/filming process and crazy but awesome to have been able to be in the VIP area in a really cool location.


Work- another change this year was starting work in the office of a school. It's been cool to work with new people and has definitely made me learn a lot so I'm looking forward to the next year! We also had a great end to the year at the work do and although I didn't expect to be going out afterwards and it did bring some *ahem* interesting events, it was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed it.
Gym- I've enjoyed going to the gym again this year and although I haven't been as much as I'd like for a lot of the year, I'm hoping this will be easier now there's one close to where I live. I really enjoy the personal training sessions with mum and even though they're difficult, I never dread going and always enjoy the session. I'm also happy that I have been able to work on my 5km cycle and keep trying to decrease my time sometimes successfully, sometimes less so!
Giving blood- another tick off my bucket list; I finally gave blood on Boxing Day and although the wait was very offputting and the whole experience wasn't the most comfortable, it was all fine and is worth it knowing it will hopefully help somebody.
YouTube/Blog- last but not least, I've enjoyed working on both my blog and channel and although I've not been consistent with my blog at all, I've been trying to put content up across both as much as possible and have enjoyed YouTube even more towards the end of the year. Both have contributed to a number of opportunities that have helped shape this year. I'm grateful for all of the support across both platforms and hope you've enjoyed my posts this year. I'm looking forward to 2018 and hope you'll continue supporting me and enjoying my content!

I hope you have had a good 2017 and have an even better 2018. Thank you so much for reading this post.

Love, Steph x
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