23 Jun 2012


To celebrate the new range of gorgeous jewellery that Planet Events Direct are selling we've arranged to give away some of this new range to you, my gorgeous readers :) On offer are THREE of the owl earrings and THREE of the ceramic owl necklaces, and prizes will be given as winners will be chosen - at random. Six winners (one prize each) will be picked from the entries that answer the following question correctly:
When do owls normally come out....is it..?
A. For Lunch
B. To go shopping
C. At night

The competition will run from today (23/06/2012) and finish Saturday 7th July at midnight.  Please either tweet your answer to @MissTRChatter AND @planet_style or comment under this blog post (remember to leave a twitter ID or a way of contacting you!). Winners will be announced both on the blog and on twitter.
Good luck everyone x
Terms and Conditions
UK entrants only please.
Winners will be chosen from those that have answered the prize draw question correctly within the aforementioned time period.
Selected winners must send their contact details to @MissTRChatter within ten days of the winning names being drawn. If that winner has not come forward after this time, another winner will be drawn in their place.
Prizes are as stipulated and there is no cash alternative.

So little spare time...

I've realised the power of multi-tasking recently due to athe time pressures of a full time job, keeping a home and organising a wedding. I've also re-visted the useful past-time of 'power-napping' mainly in a completely by accident type of way. Take for instance last night, I was thinking what the best route was to deliver my invites when all of a sudden I woke up to find I'd had a disco nap for 20 minutes. I felt tons better and actually had a really productive evening so I guess all is well that ends well.

I've also remembered what it's like to procrastinate. When I was at uni I would rather have cleaned every surface in our house than revised or met deadlines. This time round it's a wedding and I want to read a book I've just found myself immersed in. Fortunately I've found the willpower to stop to do important things like post invites, arrange flowers and hair appointments and clean the bathroom but it's been soooo tempting.

Everything is pretty much in place for the wedding now and I'm really excited. The only thing that I wish could be different is the fact that my best friend and I are probably no longer friends. But then, c'est la vie!? One thing I've learnt is you can't control what other people say or do and you can only be the best person you can be and treat people how you would want to be treat. The rest will look after itself.