Some time ago I wrote a post about looking for an alternative to the movie and pizza girl’s night in and how having a psychic medium visit and do a reading could be a bit of a giggle yet also very interesting.
I’m still not 100% sure what I believe in terms of what trained and gifted psychics can achieve however I pride myself on an open mind. My one concern about doing something like this was finding a genuine psychic and not someone who perhaps would take advantage of my interest who was not as up front and honest as I’d like them to be, especially as they would be invited into my home.
I was sent some information on finding a genuine psychic which I found quite interesting:
There are plenty of reasons why you might be interested in having a psychic reading done, from seeking advice on a new relationship to finding out how to become happier and more fulfilled, getting in contact with a loved one who has passed away or simply just having a fleeting interest in what you might find out about yourself.
Whatever your reasons for looking into psychic readings, one thing that everyone is looking for is a reading from a genuine, trusted and professional psychic who won’t take your money and rip you off, or spin you a load of old nonsense. The last thing you want is to be paying money into an anonymous website only to find the entire set-up is a fraud. And of course, you want the advice to come from a genuine source, rather than someone who is no more psychic than the man on the street.
It can be hard to detect the reputable professionals from the chancers and fraudsters when it comes to psychics however, particularly online where there is a wealth of psychic sites to choose from and thousands of people offering their spiritual services. With so much choice, it can be nigh on impossible knowing where to start.
That’s why the best way to ensure that you get a good service is to take personal recommendations for genuine psychic readings. If you have a friend or a family member who has used a psychic before and has had a good experience, you know you can trust the psychic with your card details. Talk to your friends and family to see if they can recommend anyone to you.
Failing this, using a reputable website such as psychicliving.co.uk is a good idea, as it has a bank of professional physics for you to choose from, all offering genuine advice and guidance on a range of topics.
Will I have a psychic night in? I probably will at some point and when I do I will let you know how I get on!
*This piece has been written in collaboration with the mentioned business yet is true to my own thoughts, feelings and experiences.
As most of you will know I am on a weight loss journey (again). This time it seems to be going well and if everything goes to plan I will be picking up my 1 stone off award at Slimming World tonight (if I don’t I may of course have a toddler-like tantrum on the carpet as I have been very, very good!).
Hitting my thirties coincided with no longer having to struggle with my weight so that I could conceive (damn you PCOS and the years of trying, poking and prodding) now that I have two fabulous sons and Roy and I are happy with our family size and a realisation that I will never have the same body that I did at 18 years old, back when I thought I was fat, and actually being ok about it. Now I’m looking at my weight loss journey alongside a grand plan to reinvent myself slightly. As I’m slimming down I’m starting to get brave once more and look at incorporating colour into my wardrobe instead of the safer grey, navy and black I’ve hidden in for so long. I’m not “there” yet however I love the idea of adding a few casual dresses to my collection, accessorising with fab oversized bags, boots and ethical jewellery and I have an eye on a few key pieces that I am desperate to get my hands on.
Part of my reinvention is to be me, just me. I’m actually quite cool I think and so I’m exploring and embracing my own style and part of this is about making more ethically responsible, environmentally friendly and even thriftier fashion choices. I love the idea of preloved clothing, of items handmade by people in countries who make clothes in safe and healthy workplaces who are able to provide for their families because people buy their items and of exploring more natural alternatives such as bamboo clothing.
Don’t get me wrong, I will still shop off the rail in my local charity shop and occasionally buy something from a big online department store however I will endeavour to incorporate ethical and sustainable fashion into my life in the same way I have organic foods and fair trade items.
Fashion and me in the same sentence seems quite bizarre to me however at this point I have decided that in order to be comfortable in my own skin I also have to be comfortable with what I put on it and with dresses, tops and more like these included from Style Is… (a fabulous online store with clothing collections from all over to tempt you) on offer it makes shopping for such things not only easier but a pleasure. With vintage items, recycled clothing, revamped tops and dresses and more for the first time browsing for clothing feels fun rather than something to be avoided at all costs.
My question for all of you is: What is your clothing style? Do you have one? Could you put a name to it? At the moment I’m calling mine “Oversized slouch-wear” however I will soon be rocking a more vintage boho look if all goes to plan!
This post was written in collaboration with the mentioned businesses however is true to my own thoughts, feelings and experiences.
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