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The Linkables

Found here - contact if you know original source. 

America's gun laws baffle me but this piece highlights some of the issues of school shootings that really need addressed.

A quick look at sustainable alcohol brands.

I remember being about 16 when Britney had her breakdown and even at that age I understood this was a mental illness and wasn't something to be mocked. I'm now 23 and the same is happening to Amanda Bynes and this piece perfectly explains why we shouldn't be mocking celebrity breakdown.

Island in Scotland to be first 100% self-sustaining place on earth.

If you're hosting a party tonight have gander at Zoe's Halloween playlist to see what you can add to yer tunes

Cutting it really close - but here's a vegan food guide to Halloween (from a fantastic blog on the whole!)

Can I also be as bold to recommend my own Halloween Pinterest board for any other last minute ideas?

Best of Buzzfeed: pictures only Harry Potter fans will get.

Also found on Buzzfeed: mugs you need to drink out of.

I LOVED this from a new Green Party member, even though it is a bit heartbreaking: social justice, dignity and invisibility.

I'm a supporter of minority languages however this explains how I feel towards Gaelic being spoken about as if it is the only minority language.

The Friendly Fig is my newest plant-based blog find.

I found in the Guardian a story from 2010 in which Snoop Dogg was trying to star in Coronation Street (apparently he's a big fan!) and then this one from 2012 where he said he wanted Cheryl Cole to play his wife before he'd run off with Deidre (I had to check I wasn't reading The Onion).

Logo design fails. (somewhat NSFW, depends on your office)

I've not found an Android version but any netball fans who have iPhones might like this game on the app store.

Look, I do make an effort to ensure my digital footprint uses apostrophes correctly but I do get annoyed by grammar snobs for these very reasons. (From Everyday Feminism which you should be following anyway 'cause it's fucking amazing).

Sinead talks about her Glasgow-based jacket making course.

Avalanche of the Soul is a personal blog of a domestic abuse survivor, and contains her real-life experience as well as tips for escaping and moving on.

The products used aren't cruelty-free but this YouTube channel is great for learning about applying make-up.

However I stumbled upon this YouTube channel when looking for Halloween make-up and her blog has a cruelty-free statement (she's also UK based).

BBC accidentally filmed a tweet saying 'fuck off' to the Queen.

Important trivia: 16 things you didn't know about the Teletubbies (that show caused quite a few controversies!)

To GamerGate types, or general trolls: it's not censorship to ignore you.

But in a similar vein, or even opposing argument, I agree with this piece called The Culture of Shut Up.

Morag x
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Goodbye summer candle, hello winter candle

winter candles beefayre and arran aromatics

I mentioned in my winter evening activities post that during the darker winter months (which is now in full swing with the clocks going back!) I am much more inclined to light up some candles to create a cozey ambience. During the summer I'm only ever inclined to add a glow from a candle during a bubble bath and only have a few candles I rotate between but now it's winter I already have two new candles added to my collection.

The candle on the left is After The Rain by Arran Aromatics which I received in my goody bag from the Ideal Home Show* earlier this year, and is the only candle I ever found myself reaching for during summer. As it's a very light and fresh smell it made it an excellent companion for a good bubble bath and due to its size it's still going strong now and I'll likely still reach for it for this purpose. (My only complaint is that it does have a bit of a 'burning' smell when you blow it out).

However I don't think it's a good winter scent, despite being a fantastic bath scent, however I've been lucky enough to have two candles from the Beefayre Winter Scents* recently sent to me to help me out in the evenings when I'm blogging or reading a book in bed. The scent on the right is the one I've been using the most - it's called Winter Scent and you can see from the picture that I've got quite a bit of use out of it already. It's a fig scent but it's still a very gentle calming scent, which is exactly what I like whether it's candles or skincare. The middle candle is Clementine & Clove which is much more zingy and reminds me of Christmas and is something I think I'll be a burning a bit more once December comes in.

There's two other scents in the winter range from Beefayre, Frankincense & Myrrh and Winter Berries, which I'm also beginning to eye up. I do find that these candles do need more than one candle to help the smell circulate the room however I love that they don't leave a burning smell when you're finished with them. Beefayre also do a lot more (plant wax) candles as well as homewares and beauty products, and they donate some of their profits to bee conservation. Quite a lot to love there.

(I'm actually burning some Yankee candles right now but it's only so I can use them and get rid of them - putting myself in a corning by saying that they are so overrated!)

Have you switched over your candles for winter? Ever tried Beefayre or Arran Aromatics candles?

Morag x

* I was given a press pass for the Ideal Home Show earlier this year and the Arran Aromatics candle was in the goody bag. I was also given the Beefaye candles for my consideration. Opinions are my own. 
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Some more Pacifica poducts

Pacifica uk coconut kiss alight purify

Pacifica is a lesser-known brand from across the Atlantic which has a few bit and bobs available in the Glasgow Whole Foods. Early in September I sang a massive rave to their perfumes and then a month later I gave an acceptable thumbs up to their Solar Palette. There's a few other bits and bobs I've picked up along the way which I'll be reviewing today however despite favourable reviews for other products from the range these three products are getting the thumbs down.

Coconut Kiss Creamy Lip Butter

I picked this up thinking it would provide a natural looking lip tint for me to wear to work however, despite a slight gloss, it's virtually invisible on. It also doesn't provide much moisture either. However it does smell really nice and reminds me of Victoria Sponge, but given that it says coconut I don't think it's meant to smell of cake...

Pacifica Alight Multimineral BB Cream

I'll say up front that I'm not a massive BB cream fan and prefer a full foundation. This product however did remind me of the That Gal primer by Benefit which was one of my favourite products before becoming cruelty-free but unfortunately the staying power of this Pacifica product is nowhere near as long. I sometimes use it to give my skin a pick me up and give some gentle shimmer to my cheek bones for a night out, however I overall can't rave about it and whilst I'll finish using it I doubt I'll repurchase.

Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes

These smell gorgeous and remind me of being on a holiday in a hot climate. However my raving stops there (aside from the cute packaging) because when it comes to actually removing make-up I don't think they do the job. They also tingle around. My favourite face wipes are still the B Cosmetics ones.

Have you tried anything from the Pacifica range? Do you think any of these products sound like something you might still try? 

Mòrag x

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Etsy // Halloween

An Etsy bought part of this year's costume.

I'm aware that I'm cutting this post very close with Halloween now only this coming Friday. However I decided to still post some of my favourite creepy finds from Etsy anyway, because even if you can't get it shipped to you in time (it's mostly American, and most of you guys are British) there's always next year, or screw calender norms and use these pieces proudly no matter the time of year.

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The Linkables

The most important reminder this week and in this week's Linkables: Her name was Reeva Steenkamp.

I know Halloween still needs to get out the way, but if you're a business owner you need to start planning for the Christmas period now (I'm already planning the gift guides that will be coming on mo'adore starting November).

In the post above, a brilliant guide to blogger outreach was linked which led to me discovering my new favourite blog for indie creative business types.

Turn your shower into a sanctuary

It might seem weird that I'm sharing this since I don't eat fish, but John Ross Ltd has a company blog which is a great example of content marketing when your product isn't all that glamorous.

A lovely vegan blog I found recently also has a gardening section.

10 skillshare lessons for bloggers,

One month on from the referendum here are some lessons from it which left-leaning people from across the globe can learn from.

If you're a bit of a renewables geek (like me) then the DECC are having a Renewable Heat Incentive Roadshow, and the first one is tomorrow in Edinburgh. 

Alternative rabbit hutch ideas.

A Tumblr showcase of the letterheads of various important people and organisations.

Some survey results on the varying opinions of the UK constituencies (some of the graphs highlight the difference in opinions between Scotland and England, one of the reasons I voted yes).

Quotes on shit (not literal shit, brick a brack shit)

Halloween nail art ideas.

Do you use the phrase 'do you let your partner wear that?'.

How typefaces got their names.

The best reply to a spammy business text ever. I almost puked laughing at the Naughty Otters bit.

Tutorial for Black Swan make-up.

A big guide on not being creepy and calling out creepy men for choosing to be creepy which includes this fantastic sentence: "Most people can tell when a cat or dog doesn’t want to be petted, but it’s suddenly impossible when it’s a lady you want to fuck?".

A heart breaking story of a low-wage worker in America.

And back to poverty in Scotland: there will be a Glasgow foodbank collection next week.

So rateable: 13 things people in laid-back relationships do.

Last minute Halloween costumes.

Lots of words on the word douchebag including race, feminism and comparison to hipsters.

Amsterdam will soon be home to a solar bike path!

Nobody seems particularly sure what GamerGate is (even Gamergate).

Related: Brianna Wu stands up to GamerGate.

Demonstrating with water how Pythagorean theorem works.

Morag x
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Updates to my cruelty-free brand list

This past months I've e-mailed more brands than I have in any month before, and have many new additions to make. Unfortunately I have not had a reply from most of these companies which is obviously discouraging. My current to-ask list is made up of brands I have found via bloggers in the organic beauty niche therefore are mostly natural, British and independent, meaning they are unlikely to test. However if brands are not willing to e-mail me back then I have no choice but to not endorse them. So even though a lot of the brands listed below are unlikely to test due to the very nature of their products, without written confirmation I have no option but to state that they are grey area. Which kind of breaks my heart, really.

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The Linkables

I've been making my way through Alison Johnstone MSP's blog this week and it's a really good place for an introduction to green politics.

Through Alison's blog I did find out however about this blog written by the Gender and Politics Research Group at the University of Edinburgh if anyone is looking for academic writing on feminism.

Scottish Women's Aid have some job openings

Pumpkin decorating ideas that don't involve carving.

It's a bit personal but my four year #singleversary is around this time of year (I'm a former settler who's been in unhealthy relationships so it's a big deal to see how far I've come) and I thought I'd just highlight The Single Women which was a great source of wise words four years ago and Mandy Hale is still full of wise words to this day (and now even has a book!).

Ever noticed that music which isn't considered 'real music' is typically listened to by teenage girls?

Something that says something similar.

This piece on Lily Allen touches upon some racism in music that I had never spotted until it was pointed out to me.

Glastonbury bans the sale of Native American headdresses.

Ever wondered what the moon smells like?

Norway has released new banknotes and design blogs are loving them.

A blog tag I'm thinking of doing: the horror movie questions.

Earlier this week I read this post on an insulting sales e-mail a marketing company received, and this morning I found it in my blog's e-mail inbox! 

Best of Buzzfeed: 19 playgrounds that will haunt your nightmares and 29 fetch items every Mean Girls fan needs to own.

What sort of requests do magazine re-touchers get?

Ha! Yoga mantras for jerks.

I reckon there's gonna be a lot of Orange is the New Black costumes this year and if you're thinking about it here is a quick make-up guide for some of the characters.

I've not has a chance to read yet but Fitrovert is a fitness website for introverts.

Links, apps and advice for staying organised when you're self-employed in the creative field.

An open letter to parents who don't vaccinate their kids (from a women who's kid has cancer and can't come in contact with non-vaccinated kids)

Something for my recipe binder: vegan taco lasagne.

I'm beginning to really love Leanne Wood and here's a massive interview with her if you'd like to get to know the leader of Plaid Cymru as well.

I voted yes (as you know) but I realised an iScotland would have meant some changes for me as a marketer and blogger. This piece on SEO and Google comes across as Unionist however it is interesting (though I'd bang my head off the wall if someone believed these were serious enough reasons to vote no).

A really good piece from The Guardian about what's happened in Scotland since the no vote almost a month ago.

Some advice for men who work in tech to make the environment more women friendly.

Ha! Why the term 'social justice warrior' isn't really an insult.

Morag x
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Gosh products I wouldn't recommend

Gosh Cosmetics I don't like

Two months ago I blogged about my favourite Gosh Cosmetics products. However despite being one of my favourite brands also due to their cruelty-free status, helpful customer service team who answer questions about vegan products and their easy availability on the British high street, there are still products I dislike. As you can tell from the photo there aren't many products I don't recommend however to save you all a few bob I thought I'd run through them.

Gosh BB Skin Perfecting Kit (Beige 1)
From the photo you can tell that I have been reaching for this a fair bit, however I don't actually like it (and I've only been reaching for it because I haven't bothered to buy another concealer). The staying power isn't great and I like my concealer to be quite a bit thicker. Also the highlighter is very shimmery and I don't even like using it the evening, let alone the day.

Gosh Eye Brow Kit Multi
I'm still on a never-ending quest to find a cruelty-free alternative to the HD Brow Kit but unfortunately this was not it. It isn't particularly pigmented and I think I only used it once (it looks brand new in the photo and I even had to go looking for it!).

Gosh Pressed Powder (Golden Honey 01)
It's going to be hard to explain why this didn't sit with me but it is do with its finish. When I applied this to my face bits of the powder seems to bunch up together forming little flakes of power on my skin, as opposed to a nice even and smooth finish. You wouldn't notice these flakes from a distance and it was very mattifying but I think I'll spend my money elsewhere next time.

Gosh Velvet Touch Foundation Primer (Clear)
Even before purchasing this I already felt as though the only primers worth buying were high-end. This drugstore primer didn't help change my mind on that and I'm still not convinced there's such a thing as a great but inexpensive primer.

Gosh Defining Brow Gel (Clear)
It's such a small part of a beauty regime and maybe not an 'essential' but I do love a brow gel to help my eyebrows look really tip top. However this just didn't hold them in place for long plus the gel was thick and a bit 'gloopy'.

Have you tried any of these products? Do you agree that they aren't worth it? 

Morag x
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The Linkables

A Buzzfeed article on 17 things for vegans to eat in Glasgow was published this week featuring a picture taken by yours truly.

Lynsay of Miss West End Girl has a small guide on spooky things to do in Glasgow during Halloween.

For any Irish readers, here's a list of spooky things for you to get up to.

If you like chilli sauces here's a YouTube channel full of a guy reviewing different ones.

I stumbled upon an article about 50+ ways to re-purpose old blog content and then discovered the entire site it is written on is fabulous for anyone involved in content marketing.

If you fancy learning a bit of Scots then you can learn a bit of it with Oor Willie.

I'm not the only person who thinks Dundee has bags of culture.

More on Dundee: the gathering.

Yet more Dundee news: it's getting a new health food shop right in the city centre!

And I'll shut up about Dundee in a second once I point you in the direction of Oxjam where people host intimate gigs in their own living rooms.

Edinburgh now: one of the founders of my old university dance team (who returned to choreograph out first competition piece) is now starting her own contemporary dance class.

See what inspires these seven female CEO's each morning.

I doubt I'd play computer games even if I didn't but my phobia has meant a lot of games are out for me (and also people need to be careful playing them near me) but I discovered a site called GamePhobias this week which documents which games are safe for people with all kinds of triggers.

I don't agree with everything in this but I think it raises some good points about how miss-used trigger warnings are. (I take issue with how the writer tries to talk on behalf of everyone with a phobia).

Also don't agree with everything in this but I think this is generally good relationship advice for both sexes (and for both hetero couples and gay couples).

A great piece on Racialicious about street harassment.

Another reason not to vote Tory: they might bring back fox hunting.

And the next UK General election could be interesting due to a certain increase in support for a certain Green Party (and, ehem, UKIP).

There's a sitcom called Selfie.

For all my Etsy fan-girls (or boys) who are always on the hunt for something different how about jewellery made using concrete?

What's making me cry with laughter on Buzzfeed right now: 26 times Tumblr had serious questions about Harry Potter.

In a similar lol-worthy vein.

Taking screenshots of everything on a website not just what's on the screen.

Some wise words on working for free. (I'd also chuck in that many of the people I went to university who worked for free - including myself - did it because we had parents who funded us and we didn't need to work a 20 hours a week for actual pay)

I was pinning Halloween stuff which then led to Christmas stuff which then led to Hanukkah stuff. I don't do anything for the last one but if you do this board, this board and this board are lovely.

And, create your own gifs!

Morag x
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Where I get inspiration for Halloween costumes

If you know me personally or have been following this blog over the last few Halloween's (and Eurovisions) then you'll know I take my fancy dress seriously and spend some time brainstorming original costume ideas. I sometimes compare me searching for my Halloween costume to a bride-to-be searching for her wedding dress, and I only stop my search when I get an idea which makes me go "that's the one".

Last year I blogged about my check-list when deciding on a costume and this year I'm going to share where I look for Halloween inspiration.

First off, Pinterest
So obvious, because if you don't use Pinterest for inspiration already then where the hell have you been? Here is my own Pinterest board of fancy dress ideas (and here is my Pinterest board for general Halloween themed fun).

Movies, films, tv
My costume for 2010, 2011 and 2012 were all from films. Think back through all your favourite films and hit up scary film lists to see if there's any characters you can possibly re-create and will be easily recognisable to other people.

Other pop culture sources
Last year, I didn't pick a character from a film but a lady from an iconic album cover. Have a think of other iconic moment in pop culture from musicians to nursery rhymes to comics to games to famous individuals.

Folklore and other fictional works
Urban myths, fairytales, greek mythology, goblins, gods and goddesses. Have a research online and find if there's one predominate enough that you might be able to make an outfit out of.

Vlogger and Blogger tutorials
YouTube and the blogging community is full of inspiration and tutorials for Halloween costumes. My personal favour is Audface (I came up with my Samara costume in 2011 myself but found her channel when looking for inspiration for how to put it together) but Hailey, Catherine and Julia Graf all do tutorials as well (and that's just what I can name off the top of my head - have a search!).

Costume shops
Just like Pinterest, this is an obvious as hell choice. Whilst I am choosing to DIY my costume this year it was seeing a pre-made version of it on Jokers Masquerade which reminded me of the girl I had seen dressed up as it four years ago. And as a tip, small locally owned shops are usually better than the chains.

Other people
As mentioned, my outfit for this year was one I seen a random girl do back in 2010 whilst I was out for that year's Halloween. My Saw puppet costume in 2010 was something I seen on Facebook done by a friend of a someone I randomly went to school with. I'm open about the costumes that weren't my own idea but my tip for directly copying outfits is so never copy outfits from someone you know, or someone who could easily find out you ripped their idea.

Has this helped you pick a costume? Any other places you can suggest to look for inspiration? 

Morag x
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Dundee: The Phoenix Pub

Phoenix Dundee burgers

Whilst I lived in Dundee I probably sauntered past the Phoenix Pub on Perth Road several times but never took much notice as it honestly looks like an old man's pub from the outside. However, when in Dundee last week it's where my friend suggested going for lunch and assured me that it wouldn't be full of middle aged men watching football (and mentioned that it one of his favourite places for a chilli burger).

Phoenix Dundee interior

See? Has the decor of an old man's pub. But the people were a mix of ages with students and non-students there and my friend (who's a political geek) told me that he's seen local councillors having lunch there.

I was a bit of a hungover sod that morning (well, technically it was the afternoon) so I kept it simple with a veggie burger. There were plenty of other veggie options on the menu (generally the suggestion of a pub lunch makes me shuffle my feet and mutter something about being a vegetarian) but quite a lot of it was based around veggie chili and my wee hungover belly wasn't quite ready for that (though if I felt I could handle more food I would have added the garlic mushroom starter to my bill).

Phoenix Dundee chilli burger

This, obviously, is not my veggie burger but is my friend's chili burger. He's a big chili fan and has been a regular here for over ten years and compliments the facts that they pretty much pour a whole bowl of chili on the burger haha. I remember eating these at a golf club I used to work at a few years ago when I still ate meat and they are the messiest thing ever to eat (this looked just as messy).

Phoenix dundee menu

Pub lunches are never going to be where you go for a romantic soirée or your parent's diamond wedding anniversary (or it might be!) and they're rarely my first choice (they're only my first choice when I'm in a city I don't know and instead of Googling restaurants I find my nearest Weatherspoon's). But this wasn't an old man scene like I had anticipated and I could eat plenty of what the menu had to offer and, yeah, I'd recommend it.

Morag x
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Arliss Nancy

arliss nancy new look gig outfit 2

I am absolutely useless with blog titles when it comes to outfit posts so I'm going with the band that I wore this outfit to go see. Arliss Nancy are a Colorado punk-country band I've been a fan of for a while and I was through in Dundee to see them last week. They were as perfect live as I wanted and I think you should all go have a listen, and I think it was superb that they chose bands from the (very strong) local Dundee music scene to open for them

arliss nancy new look gig outfit 1
The outfit itself is what I would consider a simple gig outfit - comfy and still shows off my former emo-kid tendencies in a more adult fashion. The outfit is almost all New Look and was bought that day as I only got paid on the Friday when I was travelling through to Dundee so grabbed my Saturday night outfit whilst out shopping on Saturday afternoon (along with hair dye, half the Lush shop and a new nail polish). The bag and the jacket are both Primark and the shoes are obviously Vans, all of which I have owned a while.

arliss nancy gigoutfit new look

As most people will know I like to buy as much of my clothes from independent shops as possible, which obviously fell through with this outfit (though my ring is from Maggie's Farm but was bought whilst I still lived in Dundee myself). Mainly it was because I got paid only the weekend I was in Dundee itself (where my friend who is most willing to stand around playing photoshoot lives!) and didn't have the time to be raking through charity shops (which are slightly rarer in the city centre of Dundee compared to Glasgow). Knowing I had to hit the high street I picked up this outfit from New Look with a quick look in H&M as well knowing that these two shops - whilst not perfect - have better ethical reputations than their other high street counterparts.

arliss nancy gig out new look
Whilst boy-cotting Primark is difficult whilst on a graduate income I do try my best to avoid it and - writing on the internet so I can be held accountable - I'm deciding that I only want to buy work clothes from there going forward. All casual, sports and evening clothes will be bought from other stores, mainly independent but if I have to go high street then it will be New Look or H&M (I think M&S doesn't have a bad rep either but it's a bit pricier).

arliss nancy gig outfit new look 3

As for my face, I went for a bold lip with my Daniel Sandler Valentina lipstick - which is one of my favourites but I have to be in the correct mood to wear it. It's a plum purple with a hint of red coming through and the quality is one of the best I've tried. I bought this lipstick prior to my vegan transition so I can't say if it's a vegan lippy as I am yet to look into it, though the company are cruelty-free. I'm also wearing my brand new Barry M polish in Chilli however none of these photos show it close up (need to have a word with my photographer haha!).

Now go listen to Arliss Nancy (and their support acts LaChance, Robot Doctors and Broken Stories).

Morag x
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Lush Let The Good Times Roll cleanser

Lush let the good times roll

I mentioned this products just yesterday in my September Favourites video (I would link however I tried to add one annotation to the video and the quality skydived, I'm looking into it right now) but today I am putting up a full review on my blog for a little bit more detail.

Let The Good Times Roll is one of the Lush cleansers, one that I had my eye on for some time due to its incredible smell (it's like rolled oat cookies) but had put off as it's meant for drier skin types whereas I have oilier skin. However, last time I was in Lush just after payday I was in need of a cleanser and as I like to switch them up (biggest skin tip: your skin can get used to certain cleansers so try switching it up now and then) I decided to give it a chance.

And even though I have sometimes been pleasantly surprised by skin and hair products not suited to what mother nature gave me, this is definitely not suited for oily skin types. However, all was not lost and I found something this was really good for.

Instead of using it for my oily face, I ended up using it for drier parts of my body - i.e. my elbows, legs and a patch on the side of my stomach. Let The Good Times Roll exfoliates skin very gently (and I've never found exfoliating good for my face - need something very gentle) which made it much more suited to drier patches which are getting more and more common as autumn slowly creeps in on us.

However I'm not sure I will repurchase this as I can buy body exfoliators for much cheaper and I just don't quite like it enough. But I have liked it enough to include it last months favourites and to enjoy using it whilst I owned it. Herbalism is still - by far - my favourite Lush cleanser but skincare is so objective it's hard to review these things. However if any of my drier skinned followers have tried this I would love to hear their thoughts!

Morag x
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The Linkables

First off, Helen of Tea in the Tub has named me as her Blogger of the Month - go check her out!

I think it's fantastic to give blood but did you know your pooch can also give blood through this charity?

Wanting to learn more about offshire wind power? Dong Energy have launched a new information website alongside their campaign.

So Iceland are having a feminist conference where - wait for it - only men are invited

Vintage Roots is a new wine website I found for your fairtrade, veggie and ethical wine needs.

I live in a rented flat where my room was already purple so I rolled with that for my en-suite, though if I owned a house I'd certainly be eyeing up something neon.

I think the supernatural is fascinating and I think human sexuality is fascinating, but not quite feeling ghost sex,...

Just what your house needs: Turkish rugs with song lyrics woven into them.

A house DIY project I am tempted to try (thought the student twats in my building will probably steal it)

How to grow micro greens in winter.

For all you Netflix fans (which will be, like, everyone) here are some hacks.

8 things you need to stop apologising for told in a LOL-worthy fashion.

I'm not sure I agree with this argument entirely (though I believe there are better ways to discipline a child than spanking) but I think it is food for thought (NSFW, because it highlights that spanking is also a sex act).

Mainstream society still says women, by default, want kids and the child-free voices are getting louder but what about women who really aren't sure at all?

6 things to do to your Wordpress website every month.

The savvy Scot explains why unlimited holidays announced by Richard Branson may not be a good thing

Why do rappers (and other musicians) put on fake accents?

10 karaoke songs for people who can't sing (that will be me then).

October events happening in Dundee.

I've dipped in and out of Indie Chicks before but this week I've been delving through the archives and I am loving their Love+Sex section. Modern and healthy dating advice I can get behind (and y'all know how much I love to preach what makes a relationship healthy)

Fancy ways to eat toast.

Chelsea has been exploring organic farms in Europe and currently has some beautiful pictures of the English countryside on her blog (which is giving me wanderlust as I have weirdly visited more American cities than English ones).

If you know a class-privileged person who can't check their privilege then this is an amazing post that I think could help them see it. (I used to not be able to check my own class-privilege properly until two years ago, and it's from this experience that I say this post is good!)

I have had people all up in my face about allergy sufferers who have to limit their diet rather than pesky fuckers like me who choose to be picky, so I loved Sarah's post on living with both and wanting the allergies forced upon her and the vegetarianism she has chosen to both be respected.

Lastly, Birds-eye views of NYC over the years.

Morag x
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