I use Google a lot...in a way, you could say I'm thirsty for knowledge, always looking to learn something new. In another way, you could say that I dont know a lot about anything, hence relying on Google to educate me.
Either way, I looked over my Google searches from the past week, and picked 5 of the most interesting/random to share with y'all.
So here goes part 1...
#1 Yves Rocher Sexy Pulp Mascara
This was a sample in my June GlossyBox, and I only just got round to using it. I've read varying reviews of it, but I really like the shape of the brush and what it does to my lashes, so have purchased the full size. Its on offer at the moment for £8.45 which I think is quite reasonable.
I was in the market for a new mascara anyway after being massively let down by Max Factor False Lash Effect 24 Hour Mascara (see a really accurate review of its sh*tness here, which I commented on and agreed with!). I persevered with it for about a week but just gave up, its awful, in my opinion.
#2 The Holocaust
OK so not the most cheery of subjects I'll admit, but fascinating none the less. I didnt cover the holocaust in any depth at school, I was part of the industrial revolution study year and my GCSES revolved around this (yawwwn), so I always felt there was more for me to learn about all things third reich, concentration camps and why it actually all happened.
So whilst Steve hijacked the TV to watch football, I read through pages and pages of info about the Holocaust and World War II in general. Heavy stuff indeed, and alot of the pics were quite upsetting.
#3 Tube Times Olympia to Kings Cross
This is because I went to the Marketing Week Live event at Olympia on Wednesday. It was a great show with an exhibition and conference on all aspects of marketing; social, digital, live etc etc. Including event and exhibition companies and promo items. I got loads of freebies including a really nice notebook, which I have now dubbed 'the bloggy idea notebook', pens, popcorn, jelly beans and more. Oh, and I learnt some stuff and made some good connections. Because thats the real reason I was there...sure.
Anyhoo back to the google search, I'm not sure if I took the best route but it took me 40 mins to get from where I was to Kings Cross. 40 mins on the train/tube, in rushhour. During one of the muggiest, heaviest, hottest days in the year so far. Then another hour and 10 on another train to Ely, where Steve picked me up from. As you can imagine, I was rather hot, frazzled and bothered by the time I eventually got home!
#4 Border Terrier Puppies
#5 Kool and The Gang Songs
I have no idea why I googled this. NO IDEA.