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A little magic and sparkle

Happy January!

I hope everyone is safe and well. Today, I thought we would have a little fun this Wednesday and so I am doing the Anonymous Bookaholic tag. I was tagged to do this a couple of days ago by the wonderful Danni @_ForBooksSake. Thank you for the tag I had so much fun answering the questions it has been a while since I have done a tag.


1 – What do you like about buying new books?

I cannot be the only one who just loves being able to spend time browsing the bookshops. I think that one of my favourite things about buying new books is that I know I will always leave with an unexpected purchase.

2 – How often do you buy new books?

Honestly not as much as I would like to but I would say at least ones a month.

3 – Bookstore or online book shopping: which do you prefer?

BOOKSTORE! There is nothing like a good browse around a bookshop. As sad as it sounds bookshops are one of my favourite places to be and often to people watch because I find it so interesting to find out what people are buying.

4 – Do you have a favourite bookshop?

Oh I have so many favourite bookshops but I must admit that the Boon Books bookshop in Lewes is one of my favourites. Also the 15th century bookshop in Lewes if I happen to catch it when it is open. I also really love the City Books bookshop in Hove they always have the most beautiful window displays and the nicest staff.

5 – Do you pre-order books?

very rarely but if it is a book by someone I know I like I may pre-order

6 – Do you have a monthly buying limit?

Nope. I should but it is also very rare that I will go on a massive book spree, as I mentioned before I do not buy books as often as I would like to.

7 – How big is your wishlist?

In all honesty we know it is forever growing so at this point who knows

8 – Which three books from your wishlist do you wish to own right now?

Only 3 AHHHH okay let me think…. I would have to go for

  • The Bridgerton Books because I hate to admit it but I am obsessed with the series and must have more of the Duke immediately
  • A Discovery of Witches – Deborah Harkness
  • Women Don’t Owe You Pretty- Florence Given

I’m Tagging:

I hope you all have a great week.

Let me know what 3 books from your wishlist would you chose?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Happy January!

Well what a week it has been, the craziness of 2020 continues and with plans slightly changing this week, it means I have more time to create content for All Things Gee. So just bare with me whilst I figure out a more put together schedule for things over here. I thought today I would give you a little review on a book featured on Mondays Weekly TBR because it turns out I finished it a lot quicker than I thought I would.

My Pre-read thoughts:

This is a book that I figure will be up my street because who does not love a little bit of magic and a little bit of drama. I am looking forward to learning a little more about Janie Scott and her story!

Synopsis:

Janie Scott has just moved to London from sunny lA, and she’s finding it forbidding, dreary and cold. That is until she meets Benjamin Burrows who dreams of becoming a spy. When Benjamin’s father – a mysterious apothecary – is kidnapped, he entrusts Janie and Benjamin with a powerful book, full of ancient spells and magical potions.

But there are others who seek the book’s secrets- spies in possession of nuclear weapons that could destroy the world…

My Review:

Firstly this book is magical not only is there magic there is a case to be solved and a little mystery. We all know that this is something I love within a book. I must admit I was not expecting to enjoy the book as much as I did but I was hooked from the moment I started reading. Resulting in a late night and finishing the book within a day. Whoops. This being said due to the book being set in 1952 the magic is somewhat over taken by the explosions and the issues they face possessing The Apothecary book. However, it is very interesting to read children’s book set in these times it is not something we see very often.

This children’s book is one that may not be the favourite of many adults due to the amount of questions you are left with but I have to admit I love that it is a little quirky and something different for people to read. This is one that could be easily shared among the family no matter your age.

The book includes the most charming pencil illustrations by Ian Schoenherr’s which open each chapter and are sprinkled throughout the text. The reason I think they work so well is they bring the story to life whilst leaving the depictions of the main character completely up to your imaginations.

One thing I love about this is that there are both male and female characters who equally have their share of the story allowing it to appeal to more people.

Yes the book does leave you with a few questions but if you are willing to ignore this and just enjoy the book for the story provided. You will love it. Again another book I would be happy to recommend to my nephews in a heartbeat.

Star Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Have you read The Apothecary? What did you think?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

HAPPY JANUARY!!

I hope that you are having the best start to 2021 you can in this current madness! To start with the new posting schedule I thought I would share with you what I will be reading this week. There is only two books on this weeks TBR but that is because uni work is currently having to take over from reading for a couple weeks. I thought for the first week I would choose two books that have been on my TBR for months.

The Apothecary by Maile Meloy:

The first book on this weeks TBR is The Apothecary by Maile Meloy! This is a book I picked up on a spontaneous trip to Lewes a few months back but fell completely in love with the cover and the synopsis!

Synopsis:

Janie Scott has just moved to London from sunny lA, and she’s finding it forbidding, dreary and cold. That is until she meets Benjamin Burrows who dreams of becoming a spy. When Benjamin’s father – a mysterious apothecary – is kidnapped, he entrusts Janie and Benjamin with a powerful book, full of ancient spells and magical potions.

But there are others who seek the book’s secrets- spies in possession of nuclear weapons that could destroy the world…

Pre-read thoughts:

This is a book that I figure will be up my street because who does not love a little bit of magic and a little bit of drama. I am looking forward to learning a little more about Janie Scott and her story!

The Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh:

The other book on this weeks TBR is The man who didn’t call by Rosie Walsh. When I say this has been on my TBR list forever I mean it was one of the first books I purchased of 2020. So I will finally be able to review this! Ticking it off my TBR.

Synopsis:

Imagine you meet a man, spend seven glorious days together, and fall in love. And it’s mutual: you’ve never been so certain of anything.

So when he leaves for a long-booked holiday and promises to call from the airport, you have no cause to doubt him.

But he doesn’t call.

Your friends tell you to forget him, but you know they’re wrong: something must have happened; there must be a reason for his silence.

What do you do when you finally discover you’re right? That there is a reason – and that reason is the one thing you didn’t share with each other?

The truth.

Pre-read thoughts:

I must find out why he didn’t call. I love a good romance book however this novel had me hooked at how many twists and turns the book is set to have. I am very much looking forward to finding out the truth.

Have you read any of these? What are you reading this week?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Wow what a year 2020 has been! It has been a crazy year and with all that being said I thought it would be a good way to end the year with a little wrap up of some of my favourite things of the year!

Firstly I have to note that we ended 2020 with 237 of you guys following the blog and I could not be more grateful. Sending Hugs to you all! I thought a good way of wrapping up the craziness that was 2020 would be to share with you all some of the best bits of the year for me!

Favourite books of 2020:

Amari and the night brothers

I have obviously linked to my blog tour review of this book but WOW just WOW! It would have been wrong not to include this one because it is just everything I never knew I needed in a book and will be a book I recommend forever!

May Day

Listen it has VAMPIRES and a confusing relationship. What is not to love. We know by now that I love me some vampires but through in a complicated relationship that you should not ship along with a case that needs solving. You know I am going to love it! Super excited to read the second book in the series.

I could spend hours discussing my favourite books from 2020 but we would be here forever so limiting to two seems smart!

Favourite blogs of 2020:

This year I have found so many new blogs that I have been loving so I thought I would share with you some of my favourites!

Andonshereads:

Like me Andonshereads is a book blog but they are also one of the nicest people ever and it would be wrong not to include this lovely lady!

The Artsy Reader:

Oh Noly! you know how much I love you and it was only right to include you on this favourites list for not only an incredible blog but for being a wonderful friend!

Holly loves books:

Holly has been a blog I have loved since day one so it was only fair we mention her again and her constant support and friendship does not go a miss!

Serenity Places:

Well we all know I love my Emily and her blog so obviously it would be included!

Mind Beauty Simplicity:

This is a blog I was lucky enough to find towards the end of 2020 and obviously have to share it with you all.

My Endless Critic:

Again one I found at the end of 2020 but just had to be included. Mia you are the most lovely person I have met thank you for all your support!

Olivia Lucie Blake:

Another sweetheart that just had to be included! Her blog is so aesthetically pleasing!

The Write Reads Gang:

I just had to include a little shout out to the wonderful book twitter peoples and more specifically the group chat of the write reads gang, never have I met a group of more supportive people who are as insane and weird as I am. I could not be more grateful to be a part of the group of weirdos. From the unreal amount of support you guys provide All Things Gee to the amount of bear hugs and love that is shared you guys are the best and something I am so grateful to be taking into 2021 with me.

Some Bookish Goals for 2021:

  • Read out of my comfort zone
  • Take some Bookish trips
  • Read more books than 2020
  • Focus on All Things Gee a little more
  • Read more genres.

Happy New Year! I hope 2021 is full of magic for every single one of you! I am super excited to share with you the things I have planned for 2021!

What was your favourite thing about 2021?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Happy December!

We have officially come to the end of December! Since we have come to the end of December I am lucky enough to be taking part in yet another amazing Blog Tour hosted by the wonderful The Write Reads! Today’s post is a review of A Sparrow Alone by Mim Eichmann! A slightly different book to what I would normally read but I have to say I have throughly enjoyed reading it.

Synopsis:

1890’s Colorado. Desperate following her mother’s sudden death, thirteen-year-old Hannah Owens apprentices as domestic help with a wealthy doctor’s family in Colorado Springs. 

When the doctor declares bankruptcy and abandons his family to finance his mistress Pearl DeVere’s brothel, however, Hannah is thrown into a vortex of gold mining bonanzas and busts, rampant prostitution, and the economic, political and cultural upheavals of the era. 

Two of Cripple Creek’s most colourful historic characters, Winfield Scott Stratton, eccentric owner of the richest gold mine in Cripple Creek, and Pearl DeVere, the beautiful madam of The Old Homestead, come to life as this old-fashioned, coming-of-age saga unfolds, the first of two historical fiction novels by debut author Mim Eichmann — a tribute to the women who set the stage for women’s rights.

My Review:

A Sparrow Alone is a historical novel written by Mim Eichmann, it is not one that I would have picked up without this blog tour but oh how I would have been missing out! It is a tale full of loss and poverty but will tug at your heart strings with the lack of love that the book has. It is not your typical fiction book however it is one that is hard to put down.

One of the things I love about the book is the way that although at the age of 16 Hannah who has been through a ridiculous amount she is still an incredibly strong character. Despite the number of tragedies she has been through Hannah still manages to be a character you are able to connect and fall in love with. It is a great story of Strength and persistence despite the tragedy she has been through!

Although this book is the first of the series it does not leave you with too. many questions but it does in fact leave you wanting to read more in the series or at least for me it did anyway. As someone who does not normally read many historical novels but I will be very much reading more afterwards.

The ending is one that I have to admit I love as it shows the beginnings of the fight that Hannah faces with Women’s Rights. As always I do not want to give anything away but I will be giving the next book a read as soon as it is released.

Star Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Is this a book you would like to read?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Happy December!

Welcome to Blogmas day 23! We are in last couple days of Blogmas and the run-up to Christmas! So for Blogmas Day 23 and thought today’s post should be a little list of ideas of what you could do for Blogmas posts just in case you wish to participate next year! We already know I will be!

  1. Childhood Christmas memories
  2. Christmas cookie recipe
  3. Christmas craft ideas
  4. Christmas drinks recipes
  5. Christmas games
  6. Christmas ideas
  7. Christmas haul
  8. Christmas home decorations
  9. Christmas quotes
  10. Christmas traditions
  11. Christmas tree reveal
  12. Elf on the shelf ideas
  13. Events happening in your area in December
  14. Favourite Christmas song/s
  15. Holiday bucket list
  16. Holiday makeup ideas/ looks
  17. Host a #Blogmas collaboration with other bloggers
  18. Hot chocolate recipes and tips
  19. How you get into the Christmas spirit
  20. Letter to Santa
  21. My Christmas Wish List
  22. My favourite Christmas recipe
  23. My favourite decoration on the Christmas tree
  24. People I will miss at Christmas this year
  25. Reflection on the past year
  26. Share your favourite blogmas posts by other bloggers
  27. What Christmas means to you
  28. An A-Z Of Christmas
  29. Christmas Budgeting Tips
  30. A Guide To Christmas Events In Your City/Town

What has been your favourite thing about blogmas?

Love Always,

Gee xox

Happy December!

We are back with Blogmas Day 21 but with something a little different we have another Book Tour but for a book I have been so excited to get my hands on! The newest Magical universe! Amari and the Nightbrothers! Once again I would like to thank Dave at The Write Reads for getting me involved in this tour! One of my favourites to date! I would also like to say thank you to B.B.Alston for having me on the tour and for writing a book I didn’t know I needed in my life but most certainly couldn’t live without!

*Disclaimer I was gifted an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review*

Synopsis:

Amari Peters knows three things.

Her big brother Quinton has gone missing.
No one will talk about it.
His mysterious job holds the secret . . .

So when Amari gets an invitation to the Bureau of Supernatural Affairs, she’s certain this is her chance to find Quinton. But first she has to get her head around the new world of the Bureau, where mermaids, aliens and magicians are real, and her roommate is a weredragon.

Amari must compete against kids who’ve known about the supernatural world their whole lives, and when each trainee is awarded a special supernatural talent, Amari is given an illegal talent – one that the Bureau views as dangerous.

With an evil magician threatening the whole supernatural world, and her own classmates thinking she is the enemy, Amari has never felt more alone. But if she doesn’t pass the three tryouts, she may never find out what happened to Quinton . . .

Review:

WOW! In all honesty that is the only word to start of this review! I am astonished at how amazing this middle grade novel is! Anyone who knows me knows that I am always down to read books that are based around magic and a kick ass female character and let’s be honest Amari and The Night Brothers has this in abundance. There is so much I want to talk about with this book but I know that there is a high chance this will spoil it for everyone else so I am going to do my best to stop any spoilers!

I’ve seen it being comparied to Harry Potter, and for me, I can see where they come from but this book for me stands out on its own. Anyone who knows me knows that HP is something I am a little obsessed with! (Full Fledged Slytherin here!) But Amari and the nightbrother’s brings me into a completely new world of magic, mysteries and Weredragons YES I REPEAT Weredragons. This was something I didn’t know I needed but to be incredibly clear Weredragons are needed in my life.

Amari is an amazing protagonist, with one of the most distinct voices I’ve ever read, and her story from the moment we meet her sat outside the headteacher’s office is one I just new I was going to be invested in! I genuinely think we could use more characters like Amari! I love how Amari was introduced. The book would have been very different without her because she is quite literally the voice of the book! Amari captures your attention, but the rest of the cast are just as well written and developed and so believable as characters, and all are essential to the narrative in some way or the other.

I loved that although the magical elements were hidden from the ‘real’ world throughout this book they are woven into the ‘real’ world and we get to see how they are hidden! This is so so clever and possibly one of my favourite parts of the book.

This is a must add addition to anyone’s bookcase, adult or a child because everyone needs the magic contained in these pages. Who does not want to get lost in a world of magic, imagination and just pure incredible writing! I cannot wait to see what lies ahead for this series and I will be making sure this is a book I recommend to my Nephews and little step sister to read because I just know they will love it.

This has quickly been added to my favourite books of 2020 list!

Stars:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Does this sound like a book you would like to read?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Happy December!

We are so close to the end of Blogmas it is crazy we only have 9 Days left! 9! With that in mind I thought I would Share with you yet another Christmassy book review! This time a little different because it is almost two in one!

Synopsis:

Two sparkling Christmas reads from the multi-million selling ultimate Queen of Romance!

When it comes to women Prince Bennett has always enjoyed a challenge. So after meeting the quiet and beautiful Lady Hannah Rothschild the dashing prince cannot rest until he breaks through her careful reserve. Love has always been a game to Bennett but with this elusive, mysterious woman he discovers his heart is on the line and he’s playing for keeps…

Her legacy has been as much a curse as a blessing so Anastasia Donovan has learned to keep it hidden but when single dad Boone Sawyer swept into her heart she longed to reveal everything despite her fear of the consequences. Then fate stepped in. 

My Review:

One thing I loved most about this book is that there are two stories within one book and I love the fact I was not expecting it. Within The Magic of Christmas there is ‘The Playboy Prince” and “Charmed” these stories are both so different from each other and I think that is what I loved the most.

Within The Playboy Prince we are introduced to Prince Bennett and his family who have some conflict with an old enemy of theirs, however that enemy is soon to be let out of prison. When a new person enters the palace they catch the eye of the Prince but can they be trusted? Are they what they seem to be?

However in Charmed (my favourite of the two, you will see why if you know me well) we are introduced to three cousins who are all witches! The story follows the character Anastacia Donovan who is a witch who can not only feel the pain of others but also take it away from them. The story takes a twist when she meets a single dad and she ends up falling for him due to being able to feel the pain he feels due to being a single dad. But will this single dad want Anastacia when he discovers she’s a witch?

These two stories have once already been released as parts of two different series and both are the third story within their series. Even though this was the case I found them very easy to catch up and read them as stand alone novels. For me I found them both very enjoyable to read but found myself falling in love with the characters from charmed more.

Who does not want a little extra magic this Christmas!

Have you read these yet? What are your thoughts!

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

Happy December!!

We are officially into the second week in Blogmas! How quickly has it come around! Today’s post is all things Christmas and most specifically my favourite things about Christmas! Although Christmas this year is going to be slightly different I have still included some of my favourite things to do around Christmas time which unfortunately this year we may not be able to. As you know this is my favourite time of the year so I love a lot of things about this time of the year but I thought I would keep it to a minimum. I hope you enjoy!

One of the main things I love about the Christmas period is how everything just more cosy and you get that warm feeling. (maybe it’s just me) but I am at my happiest when I can bring out the unnecessary amount of candles, and fairy lights and have my room full of Christmas decorations! Yes, I go to the extreme of having Christmas bedding and a lot of blankets but who doesn’t love curling up in a cosy bed with a hot chocolate and a Christmas film. This year this has been taken further as I have decorated my my first apartment! Just to be clear the decorating started at the beginning of November!

One of the main things I love about the Christmas period is how everything just more cosy and you get that warm feeling. (maybe it’s just me) but I am at my happiest when I can bring out the unnecessary amount of candles, and fairy lights and have my room full of Christmas decorations! Yes, I go to the extreme of having Christmas bedding and a lot of blankets but who doesn’t love curling up in a cosy bed with a hot chocolate and a Christmas film.

Had to include this pic again this year because we all know I am missing my fellow Christmas Elf this year.

Speaking of Christmas films they are definitely another reason why I love Christmas and I will honestly start watching them from like mid-November! I have way too many favourite Christmas films but one that is always a tradition in my family to watch normally on Christmas Eve is A Muppets Christmas carol. Which is 100% one of my top favourite Christmas films.

The food… we can not argue that the excuse to have whatever food you like because it is Christmas is not the best thing about Christmas! That and the fact you can have multiple roast dinners in a week and no one can judge you!

This was last years little housemates Christmas and will forever be my favourite times of the year!

Another thing I love about Christmas is the number of things there are to do that put you in such a festive spirit. The markets, ice skating, Christmas Lights, Christmas Shopping! The list could honestly go on forever! However this year things are unfortunately a little different which means that these things will not be the same. It does however mean that next year these things will all be so much more special and fun and let’s be honest we all know I am going to be literally like a kid.

Lastly, the best thing about Christmas for me is being able to spend time with my friends and family. Sometimes life gets busy and we do not have the opportunity to do this as often as I would like to. Again this year that is super different however I cannot wait to be able to see all my family and friends again. However it has meant that I have actually written Christmas cards out this year!

What is your favourite thing about Christmas?

Love Always,

Gee xo

Happy December!

Welcome to Blogmas Day 12! Today’s post is a Christmas Gift Guide. With only 12 says left until Christmas Eve it seemed like the perfect time to share with you something that I have wanted to put into Blogmas for a while but was not sure of where to put it. I have decided that this year I was going to do my best to include as many different small businesses in the gift guide as I feel that especially this year it is so so important to support our small businesses.

*It is incredibly important for me to note that a couple of business I have included here are some people that are my friends and one case is a small business I currently have the pleasure of working with, however all of my opinions are mine and I would not be including them if I did not think they deserved a spot*

Happy Christmas Shopping!

Candles/wax melts:

Serenity places

Anyone who has been following me for a while will know home much I love the gorgeous Emily and how proud of her I am, however if you have been following me over the last few months you will know that one of the things I love about her are her amazing candles she has brought out! If we are being real who does not want a candle for Christmas I know I would. All candles are also vegan friendly which is incredible!

I believe the 16th of December is the last day she is posting products to get to you in time for Christmas so why wait?

I have attached links to all social media and her store and I would love it if you guys could check her out for me!

Instagram:  Serenity Places 

Shop: shop here 

Inside the fragrance:

Again anyone who has been following me over the last few months will know just how much I love these wax melts and let me tell you the Christmas scents are insane but Alisha literally has a scent for everything. One of the things I love about these wax melts is quite how long the scents last they do not seem to wear off as quickly as others I have tried but they are also not to over powering.

How cute would these be as a little extra gift for Christmas or even a stocking filler. I know my Christmas would be made!

Once again I have attached all social media links and would love for you to head over and check her out.

Twitter: Inside The FragranceInside the Voyage

Instagram: Inside The Fragrance

Books/Poetry:

Poems By Post

*Disclaimer- I have the absolute pleasure of working as part of the team at Poems by post at the moment. However, my thoughts and feelings of this are my own and if you know me you will know I am a little obsessed.*

Poems By Post is a subscription service which was created by a street poet called Alex during the first lockdown. This platform has been created to support the arts, small business and also has donated to several different charities. The platform was created to give a voice to the arts and to small business, whilst really trying to champion their voices.

Poems by Post is a subscription service where you can receive a Poem typed up on a type writer and a newsletter with all the information you could want about the artists, small businesses and charity of the month that you would be supporting. The poet changes every month and through the newsletter you can hear the poem spoken by the poet themselves which I think is a really cool little addition.

As someone who has friends who work within the arts or have had that opportunity taken away from them by the pandemic I knew this was something I wanted to be a part of! I am extremely grateful to Alex for taking me on as part of the team. This being said I just knew it was something I needed to feature on this years Christmas gift guide.

Anyone who loves literature, art, poetry or even just the idea of being able to support small businesses will love this platform. I know I do. As someone who does nothing but read it is something I had to tell you all about!

Who doesn’t want to support artists, support small businesses all while getting a beautiful poem to read. Why not gift it to a friend or family member. Anyone looking for something a little quirky this year why not gift poetry and make someones Christmas!

All social media links and the link to the website have been listed below:

Instagram: Poemsby.post

Twitter: PoemsByPost

Facebook: PoemsByPost

Website: Poems by Post

Other little ideas:

Alongside these wonderful people there was a few more people that I knew I wanted to be involved in today’s small business gift guide.

Connie & Cooper:

I found Connie & Cooper Catering a few weeks ago and I loved the idea they have of being able to have afternoon tea delivered to your door. Who doesn’t want that in their lives. They also do the most amazing looking themed picnics, brownies and cakes.

They have so many different things that I think would make amazing Christmas presents that are not ‘traditional’ presents. know I would love to get one of their afternoon teas for Christmas.

All links are below:

Instagram: Connie & Cooper

Twitter: Connie & Cooper

Website: Connie & Cooper

The Crystal Therapy Shop:

Again you all know how much I love Lorraine and her little store located in the Open Market in Brighton but she also now has an online store.

Not only does Lorraine sell everything from candles, crystals to Tarot decks she also offers a wide range of sessions you can have with her. I personally have visited Lorraine on many occasions for Tarot Readings, and Crystal healing sessions. And we all know I will be heading back!

Where better to get a Christmas gift for the special person in your life who is obsessed with all things magick and Crystals.

Once again all links are included below:

Instagram: Crystal Therapy Shop

Website: The Crystal Therapy Shop

Like I care – Anxiety busting pots:

This is something I wanted to include for several different reasons. Firstly good things take time is a saying that is frequently used within my friendship group so I love that it is on these pots. Two Soph over at LikeICare blogs is one of the nicest people I have had the pleasure of meeting through this blog. So I knew I had to share with you her incredible idea of Anxiety busting plant pots.

When you buy a box, you will receive a plant pot and saucer in a colour of your choice, a packet of seeds, a recipe card (that correlates to the herb seeds you’ve chosen) and a little book. Inside the book, there will be 30 days’ worth of activities to help you manage and ease your anxiety, even if only slightly. There is then space, in the book, for you to come up with 30 more days worth of activities on your own, using the activities previously set out for inspiration. By the end of the 60 days, you should be able to identify 4 practices or activities that were most effective in helping you to manage your anxiety.

This is such a creative idea and a perfect present for anyone in your life that is struggling with anxiety and looking for alternative way to deal with it. I love how gorgeous these pots are. I think they would make the cutest gift this Christmas.

Links:

Blog: LikeICare

Website: Like I Care

Insta: Like I care

Happy Christmas Shopping my lovelies!

What do you want for Christmas this year?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo