Cosy Up With Tonic Style

As a homebody the plummeting temperatures across the UK have made me want to cocoon myself in blanket forts, drape my house in fairy lights and hibernate until the spring. With the dark nights creeping in my ultimate goal has been to make my house as cosy as possible so it comes as no surprise that my latest homeware haul from Tonic Style features items that make my home that extra bit snuggly.
Read on to find out my favourite Tonic Style products and for a cheeky 15% off discount code too.

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Dining Room Tour

Since moving house, I have been overjoyed that we finally have a space to create a dining area.  As much as I enjoy curling up on the sofa with a bite whilst watching Netflix, there have been so many clothing casualties from a stray baked bean or spoonful of spaghetti missing my mouth. I couldn’t wait to bid farewell to the dinner tray and create a candlelit area to tuck in and reflect on the day.

There are still a few finishing touches to add but I am so happy with this space and I am eager to show it off to friends at our housewarming party. What do you think?

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3 Chic Books For Your Coffee Table

Some books were destined for far greater things than hanging around on dusty book shelves; they deserve to take a centre stage – on the coffee table.

Displaying beautiful book covers can make your living area feel more vibrant but they also serve a greater purpose too. Coffee table books are perfect for entertaining as they capture your interests and spark conversation with house guests.

Vintage cocktail books, books that teach you how to be Parisian and reimagined book covers from childhood classics, there are so many offerings you’re spoilt for choice.

Read on to discover my recommendations of three chic books that are bound to make your eyes pop.

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How to deal with anxiety

Anxiety can feel like an unpleasant thought chipping away at you or a heavy feeling in your chest – like someone has lodged a bag of marbles in there for safe keeping. You can try to ignore it, but it often builds up until the flood gates open and you’re dependent on a brown paper bag to breathe.

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Las Vegas- The Fremont Experience

 

 

 

 

I love American people they are always so animated even in their 9 to 5 roles they seem so cheery, trying to flog club tickets and getting shunned by passers-by. I loved dipping into conversations from street sellers “Excuse me sir, is this your girl? No?! Why the hell not! I see sexy, a whole lotta sex-ay” but my favourite character of all was our bus driver.

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