Here we are at week three! I think it would be fair to say most of us have hit peak isolation craziness but with a hopeful light at the end of the tunnel we are feeling immensely proud of the steps our nation has taken to keep the community safe. 

Consuming of bad TV has reached an all time high around here but we are continuing to switch up our content in an attempt to both stimulate and distract our minds. Please enjoy our Week Three - Essential Consuming. 

Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert - Last weekend was supposed to be weekend one of the iconic California Music Festival. If your a fan of the festival or just live music in general this Youtube Original Documentary was a really interesting watch and has us very excited to be able to attend these things again one day. 

Core At Home: Core Collective - The amazing team over at Core Collective are running at home classes with the options to join in on their live Instagram teaches or at your own leisure. With the option to pay what you can for these classes your able to support them and keep yourself active. 

Daily Bread Delivery - We would love to pretend we have the patience to bake our own bread but when our favourite local bakers are offering fresh bread delivered I know what option I am taking. We recommend lashings of butter and salt. 

At Home Mini Spa - We are feeling the toll from not being able to visit our favourite spas and salons so laid out a day of treatments to revamp ourselves. Swap out for your own favourites if you prefer but our go to’s are The Quai Hair Treatment Mask, Elle Effect Fake Tan, Welda Skin Food Body Butter, Go-To Sheet Mask and OPIs Tiramisu For Two Nail colour. 

Sally Rooney: Conversations With Friends and Normal People - You have probably heard they hype around author Sally Rooney and her two novels. We’ve managed to read both in the space of a week! If your after something thats captivating but still an easy read then give either of these a go. Maybe it is just lockdown but we never thought a book would cause us to shed a tear. 

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