Monday, June 16, 2014

Most loved XI

I have been loving lots of things lately, so I won't waffle too much and get straight into it. Here's my most loved...

Jewelry: We Own The Night medal
I have been wearing this necklace almost every day since the race. Although the quality isn't great as you can see, I really love it and think it's so much better than a heavy medal. It reminds me of the race and my friends :)

Breakfast: smoothie bowl
Though I'm not posting all of them on Instagram (smoothie bowls were taking over my page haha!), I'm still making smoothie bowls most days. The one below was particularly tasty with peach, strawberry, blueberry, pomegranate and cacao nibs. The 'smoothie' is usually made from frozen berries and Greek yoghurt. 

Haircare: Louise Galvin Sacred Locks
I know I've written about this haircare a million times but I wanted to let you know that I'm still using this. I keep coming back to these products because they just do their job so well. At first I thought the shampoo wasn't making my hair as clean, but now I found the best way to use it: shampoo my hair twice with a small amount of shampoo each time. Without harsh chemicals or silicones, my hair is clean, very soft and easy to handle. 100% worth the investment!

Beauty item: Maybelline Color Tattoo Bad to the Bronze
You'll have read about this product here, but still deserves a special mention. You need this in your make-up stash, believe me!

Day: walking around London
My friend Isabel and I had a really great day a few weeks ago. The weather was nice so we decided to take a long stroll around London, starting in Marylebone, walking through Hyde Park and the Italian Gardens to go to Notting Hill, stopping at Walmer Castle pub for lunch (they serve cheap and good thai food), and walking all the way back to Oxford Street, through Soho, to Planet Organic (Tottenham Court Road) for some coconut yoghurt and protein bars and finally back to Marylebone. I love those kind of days, where you walk a lot and discover a lot of new things, and with one of your best friends by your side it makes it all the better!

Flower: red anemones
I love being home in Belgium because I can pick flowers to my heart's desire. I love these little bouquets I made with red anemones, some kind of ivy and fresh mint. 

Trip: Stowe & the English countryside
Stowe is a massive estate with several buildings on it, including Stow house which is part of Stowe boarding school. Just imagine that this is your school, how amazing would that be?! Without a doubt one of the most beautiful places I've visited in England. It's good to get out of my London bubble from time to time, England is so beautiful!

Fast food: Kurobuta's pork belly buns
Wow, if only all fast food tasted this good. I've been to Kurobuta several times now (I blame it on the 10 min. walk it takes to get there!) and every time I just have to order the pork belly buns. They are absolutely scrumptious and you have to try it, even if you're not a fan of pork.

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