RECOMMENDED READS: APRIL 2020

Finally, it feels like I have time to catch up on one of the things that I love most – reading. I’m a book lover through and through, always have been always will be. There’s nothing like getting so lost in a story you don’t notice time pass you by. My mum used to take me to our local library to enter reading challenges during summer break, and I’d always be finished by week two (with four weeks left to go). As an only child, I spent a lot of my time getting lost in the comforts of a good book. Now that I have more time on my hands again that I ever thought possible, I’ll be reacquainting myself with this beloved pastime.

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J’NAE BAKES: BANANA BREAD

Is it just me, or is everyone (and their mothers) baking banana bread during lockdown? 2020 isn’t turning out great so far, and we all seem to be returning to this comforting foodie fave to ease some of the stressors life is currently throwing at us. Our love for banana bread spans countries across the globe, it seems to be one of the small joys in life uniting us worldwide right now. With more time on our hands than any of us are used too, now is the perfect time to bake this easy wholesome food. Read on for my tried and tested banana bread recipe…

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MY FAVOURITE SHEET MASKS

Sheet masks are one of those things you don’t pay much attention too at first, then you start seeing them everywhere you look. A trend that’s stemmed from K Beauty, sheet masks have gained popularity in recent years thanks to their quick-fix approach. If you don’t regard sheet masks as one of the best things to happen to the beauty world in recent times, prepare for that to change.

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HOW TO DEAL WITH ANXIETY IN A PANDEMIC

It’s a crazy time we’re living in. I’d love to fake it and say I’m fine, everything’s fine, but the sad reality is life is not currently fine. The more COVID-19 impacts our everyday lives, the more we start to panic and experience feelings of anxiety and stress. Across the globe were not only worried about our health but the health of our loved ones, who live far and wide. Will we be able to pay next months rent? Will we have jobs to go back to once this is over? Where is my next pay cheque coming from?  If you, like me, are feeling particularly uneasy right now I’ve rounded up some ways on how to deal with anxiety in this current pandemic. 

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