I know that this is a little late, but I'm back today with my October favourites! I had an extremely hectic month, which is why I didn't post too much, and it also means that I don't have too many favourites. I did quite like the ones that I have, though, so I thought that I'd share them with you anyways!
Some of my favourite posts from other blogs were French Onion Gnocchi Soup, Salted Caramel Pretzel Crunch Bars, Watercress, Leek, Cheddar & Sourdough Gratin, Rhubarb & Gingernut Baked Cheesecake, Devils Food Cupcakes With Pomegranate Sugar Shards, Gluten-Free Onion Rings, Apple Cider Doughnuts, Why I Care About Numbers, and Autumn in Italy.
Beauty & Life Favourites
These lights are so cute and perfect for autumn that I just had to get them. I love how bendable they are, you can put them anywhere! They're currently around my headboard to make my bed feel cozy.
This body scrub is a little rough for my very sensitive skin, but it works well for only using once every week or every few weeks. It's perfect for the dry autumn/winter weather, and it smells amazing!
I know that this is a pretty old album, but when I got a record player for my birthday, I just had to get this. Not only do I love the music, the record itself looks so cool!
This is one of my favourite teas of all time. I thought that it was only a Christmas tea, so I was so happy to see it in stores! It's so perfect for the cold and dreary weather we've been having lately.
I know that everyone has been raving about this series lately, but I absolutely loved it. It's has a perfect autumn vibe to it, and I love the 80s aesthetic. It all starts when a young boy living in a small town mysteriously goes missing. His friends, mother, and the chief of police start to believe that there many be a sinister reason for his disappearance, a belief that is strengthened when a mysterious girl shows up in the middle of the woods. I usually don't watch many "scary" shows, but this one is more suspenseful than outright scary. I would definitely recommend it!
Over The Garden Wall
This is another T.V. series that is perfect for autumn. I love the animation, and though it has a strange kind of humor, it matches my sense of humor perfectly! It's very short, with only ten fifteen-minute episodes, and I wish that it would have lasted longer. It seems so magical, and never fails to make me laugh.
Have you tried any of these? What have you been loving lately?
**The Bunny = cruelty free beauty products**