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My Monthly Favourites 2

Hi guys! So it's been a while, but there's nothing I can do about it! I'm on summer holidays now, so I'll be posting more often. Also, I'm gonna start working on a schedule for the blog, cus at the moment it's a bit all over the place!

Anyway, I have to go to the shop with my mum to post something soon (Yes, this island is so small that there is only one shop, and it is also the post office xD)
So, here we go!


First, a list of the songs I've been listening to:
  • Marian Hill- Down
  • Jonas Blue- Mama ft. William Singe
  • Kelis- Milkshake (this is old, but just sooo catchy xD)
  • Owl City- Fireflies (throwback!)
  • Camila Cabello- Crying in the club
  • Liam Payne- Strip that down
  • Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee- Despacito ft. Justin Bieber
  • Shawn Mendes- There's Nothing Holding Me Back (SHAWN you can actually hear him smiling :))
  • GOAT- Grenade (You've probably never heard of this song, but go look it up!)
  • Madison Beer- All for Love ft. Jack & Jack
  • Niall Horan- Slow Hands
  • Flo Rida- My House
  • Gnash- I could change your life
  • Cheat Codes- Say goodbye
  • OneRepublic- Counting Stars (another throwback)
  • Shawn Mendes- Aftertaste
  • Agnes Obel- Riverside (she's so amazing and unique)
  • All of Divide by Ed Sheeran
  • Bits and bobs from Katy Perry- Witness
So I'm definitely up to date in the music world at the moment!

Next, the book:

FISH OUT OF WATER by Natalie Whipple
A boy and her Grandma both walk into Mika's life at the same time, making some big changes! Look out for it!

The Items:
      • My little stripy rucksack, and my mermaid waterbottle
      • My Zoella Lazy Days Candle (I'll do a post on all of the Zoella stuff I bough a few weeks ago soon, I hope!)
      • My raincoat (its' been raining a LOT)
      • My polaroid camera

The Netflix Series:

Anne With an E

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It's so good, and is great for the family (as long as they are all teenage girls XD)

The film:

Full Out (also on Netflix)

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Your classic gymnastics film, with a twist! Also, it's based on a true story.

The Drinks:
  • Vanilla Milkshakes
  • Apple and Cinnamon Tea (It smells like christmas :))

The App:


(Pinterest will always be my favourite app XD)

So, I think that's it! Tell me what you liked this month in the comments. I like doing these posts!
Congratulations to Zalfie on their new home as well! They must be very happy. I hope they do a house tour some time soon because it looks amazing.

This post's quote is:

"You have to be odd to be number one"- Doctor Seuss

Meain Girl- going back to real life xxx


  1. I love reading monthly favorites, great blog post! :)

    Starshine Beauty ★

    1. Hi! thanks so much- it means a lot. I'll definitely do more, I really enjoy doing them!


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