Only 1 day left in December and the countdown to 2016 will begin. My December Favourites are a mix of some new and some old products that I have used over the past few weeks.Some that I even rediscovered back in Hong Kong.
Now that the year is coming to an end. Stacks of diaries, planners and bucket lists are taken out in hopes of a productive 2016. I cannot tell you the numerous pages that have been ripped out and crumpled because they looked too messy or simply didn’t feel right. I know I am a perfectionist when it comes to writing New Years Resolutions however, I never really manage to complete any resolutions… yes I am THAT person. That person who hypes up says “I will complete all my resolutions” but by March are “too tired” or “forgot” to complete them. However, this year being my last year at Uni, I am more determined than ever to complete at least 3 out of the 5 of my Resolutions!
So, I was so lucky to get this advent calendar this year. After extensively researching which advent calendar to get, I knew I had to get this advent calendar! The products we so interesting, and the design of the advent calendar, was incredible!
(Image from Google)
The day has finally arrived! The festivities are in full swing in our household. Gifts has been given and breakfast has been had, now to bring on Christmas dinner! Here are a few of the highlights of our Christmas gifts…
If you have been living in Hong Kong for over a year you will know that there are quite a few events/fairs that run throughout the year, especially leading up to Chinese New Year. The new year fair is one of my favourite fairs to go to around this time of the year, although that is often jam packed and you will not only yave to wrestle through the humans to you must also manouver around the trolley’s/suitcases that are firmly attached to their waists.
For those of you not living or have not lived in Hong Kong before, once a year we have this fair that only runs for 2-3 weeks where stalls are set up with brands that will offer special discounts, deels and packages special to this fair. Elderly can enter for free, everyone else HKD$10.
Christmas at WhiteFriars Canterbury is a must go to place during christmas. Large bauble lights are strung between the brick buildings. Festive wooden huts lined the streets selling everything from homemade mulled wine, to ornaments.