Fleabag (BBC) - Season two did not disappoint. Clever, funny, sexy and yet the poignant ending had me in tears.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix) - Teen angst meets the supernatural, this is very different to Sabrina the Teenage Witch from back in the Nickelodeon days - it's dark, a little bit creepy and very binge-able. The ending sets up nicely for a third season ( I hope).
Back to Life (BBC) - Main character Miri has spend the last 18 years in prison, and now has to figure out everyday adult life, which is easier said than done when most of the local residents are making it very clear that she isn't welcome. This is one of those programmes that isn't necessarily really funny or really dramatic, but just very watchable.
Game of Thrones (Sky) - I was so stressed during the third episode that I don't know how I'm going to deal with the next three, but it's very good. If you haven't watched it yet, where have you been?!
Avengers End Game - This might be controversial but I didn't love it. For starters, it was way too long and I felt like it dragged. There were funny and touching moments, but overall it didn't blow me away.
Products I've been loving:
American Pie solid body conditioner (Lush) - I've just repurchased this and absolutely love it. There's no packaging, so you can use up the whole product without any faff. It's super creamy and moisturising on my dry skin, and really easy to use - just rub all over wet skin after you turn off the shower, and massage in.
Naturally Radiant 2 in 1 Moisturiser and Serum (Superdrug) - the Superdrug own ranges are a gold mine for affordable, cruelty-free skincare. This is a fairly light but nourishing moisturiser that sits well under makeup.
Simply Pure Hydrating Night Serum (Superdrug) - another Superdrug staple, this is simple but really moisturising without being too heavy for my spot-prone skin. These ranges are often on offer so keep an eye out!
What I've been eating and drinking:
Seedlip Grove 42 citrus - a non-alcoholic distilled gin alternative that is surprisingly good. Don't get me wrong, you won't mistake it for actual gin, but it's a sophisticated and refreshing soft drink that feels a lot fancier than coke or lemonade. I prefer mine with soda water rather than tonic.
Zesty Orange Dark Chocolate (Tesco) - what can I say, I just really love chocolate and this is delicious.
Belvita Breakfast Soft Bakes - these are a nice mid-morning snack. They are an absolute rip-off full price but you can get them cheap in B&M or when they are on offer in Tesco. The choco hazelnut tastes like Nutella which is an added bonus.