I should really be catching up on Bloglovin and replying to the backlog of blog comments that I haven't replied to yet, sorry, but here I am, about to embark on a declaration of love regarding the Sleek Solstice Highlighting Palette.
My current blogging process is as follows: Sits down, opens up laptop and eats five custard creams. I have less than zero motivation. I'd say I'm hovering around a solid 0.3 and yet I have a whole bunch of new products hanging around on my dressing table, crying out to be reviewed.
I don't know what's wrong with me.
Okay, granted, I do currently have family over visiting and I know my free time slots are few and far between but even when I have tried to sit down and catch up, my brain is giving me a big, fat, hell no!
So here I am, mid-afternoon, feet up and borderline drowning in a mound of bubbles whilst my family sun themselves by the pool. After an entire morning of blinking at a computer screen and consuming an inadvisable amount of sugar, I decided to pull out my wild card and have a bath. I don't know what it is about baths but I always seem to be able to whip up a post in water.
I'm channeling my inner child today and coming at you with an exciting new venue opening in Abu Dhabi - BOUNCE, the UAE's biggest trampoline park!
I tagged along with Lindsey (Arabian Notes Blog) to the launch night, a pinch nervous that I was going to make an enormous fool of myself, but I needn't have worried!
BOUNCE is more than just a trampoline park. It boasts a dizzyingly high Zip Line that will take you soaring over the venue, a Quick Drop 18m Free Fall for the true adrenaline junkies, three Slacklines to perfect your balance, a mammoth, 40m drop, 70 degree slide, a huge, Performance Trampoline, bouncy Dodgeball courts and much, much more.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder so I'm going to use that to convince myself that in my being MIA for the last few weeks, the love between us all has grown.
Am I kidding myself? I'm probably kidding myself.
If you're a hawk on social media, then you may have seen me giving a brief explanation as to why I'd dropped off the face of the Earth. At the start of August, my Dad was rushed into hospital with a serious condition and I flew back to the UK to be with him and the rest of my family.