Hi guys! How's it going?
As you can see from the lack of blog posts over the summer, I have been on a much-needed break from blogging and the Internet in general. I really needed a digital detox to relax and spend more time on other projects - the main one being my book launching this Autumn. That's right my BOOK! Ahhhhhhh I am so nervous/happy/anxious/excited for you guys to finally get a copy of "Otherness"!
It's a cute coffee table book full of poems that I really hope you like. You can pre-order it HERE.
Anyway, I've spent the last week in a nice state of relaxation - mainly because I forced myself to give my body and mind a good 'ol pamper.
You know the drill: bubble baths, face masks, good boks, wine by the bucket-load, fresh bedsheets, a chilled playlist and the smoothest legs I've ever had.
Let me by real right now: I rarely shave. Not because I prefer the natural look, but because I actually don't grow much hair anywhere. Maybe it's a West African thing, I don't really know.
As a broke student, I opted for the cheapest single-razor blades that chaffed my skin and left bumps and nicks. They sort of did the job, so I never bothered looking for better ones.
So when Dorco got in touch and introduced the Eve 6 razor. The razor experts with over 60 years of experience have released their first ever razor for women and it's amazing.
A part of me didn't want to try it, because I have been so used to bog-standard packs of razors. I didn't really want to leave my comfort zone and try the 3 double-bladed format. There's no way it would be good, right?
Well, I was wrong - WRONG... W-R-O-N-G.
My legs have NEVER been this smooth in my life. Not only is the shave so close and precise, I don't have to angle the blade in order to get the close shave, the position of the six blazes has got it covered and cuts hairs at every angle - what is this sorcery?
And with starting prices at only £5.09? I don't think I'll evver go back to those cheap razos.
So with my mind relaxed, body pampered and legs as smooth as silk, all that was left was to jump into a freshly-dressed bed, grab a book and drift off.
I'm so glad I took this time off to recharge.
For more tips on ways to unwind, check out my other post HERE.
Got any more tips on how to unwind?