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What I've Been Loving Lately!

By Livedwithlove @kerrymarie
New shoes!
What I've been loving lately! What I've been loving lately!
These are the newest addition to my shoe collection and they are definitely a current favourite! They are the Clarks Shoe Glove Puppet in Black/White from Shoetique and they're the perfect transitional footwear for this time of year. I'm such a fan of monochrome and I love how these look, especially with turned up jeans. I have already worn them so much!

Vileda steam cleaner
What I've been loving lately!
Now Sienna is at playgroup 3 mornings a week, I have been able to keep on top of the cleaning a bit better. I used to use the old school mop and bucket but now I have the Vileda steam cleaner and it's so much better! It's so quick and easy to use, it is ready to use in just 15 seconds and the shape of the head gets all around the sides and into corners and it throughly cleans the floor in seconds without the need of any chemicals. It can be used on hard floors but also carpet and rugs which is fab. I love it and think every housewife should own one!
Lauren's way self tan bronzing lotion

What I've been loving lately!
When my current favorite tan ran out, I had the urge to try something new so went with the Lauren's Way self tan bronzing lotion. I had heard great things about this on twitter and I have to say I agree with everything I've heard. It goes on really well.. it blends easily but doesn't stay tacky for long. It's probably the fastest drying lotion I have used which is brilliant and it also smells nice; it doesn't give off that biscuity smell too much. I got the medium and it's a gorgeous natural looking tan, I love it!

Julienne cutter
What I've been loving lately!What I've been loving lately!
Even though I'm not 100% grain free anymore, I have still be enjoying some of the meals and recipes I found a few weeks ago. A lot of them substitute pasta/spaghetti for strands of carrot or sweet potato and this OXO Julienne peeler makes it so quick and easy! It cuts the strips perfectly with it's sharp, stainless steel blade and can be used on anything from vegetables to citrus fruits. It also has a clear safety cover that locks into place when not in use which is handy when you have little fingers rummaging through most of your drawers!
What have you been loving?
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