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Weekly recap 31 October - 6 November

Hello everyone, happy Sunday!

How was your week? This has been another busy and productive week for me. I've been working on true crime stories in addition to my regular beauty/lifestyle/self-care content. 

In fact, I published four (4) YouTube videos; three (3) on Cosette's Beauty Pantry and one (1) on True Crime Tales with Cosette. And I also managed to publish three (3) blog posts, which is my weekly goal. Even though sometimes I don't meet it.

So, here's my weekly recap:

On Monday, I posted some safety tips for Halloween. Then, on Wednesday, I published my first true crime blog post in which I told the story of Rozi Camilleri's murder. 

This Friday, I also uploaded a video for that case; you can watch it on True Crime Tales with Cosette YouTube channel! If you read my latest blog post: The Murder of Rozi Camilleri, you should still watch the video as it contains photos and clips of Malta in the 1930s. Back then, Malta was very different from what it has become nowadays. So, if you are Maltese, have ever visited the islands, or are fascinated with historical content, you will love the YouTube video.

Finally, on Saturday, I posted a blog post telling you all, why you should wash your scrunchies and hair accessories.

(links below)

weekly planner


  1. How to have a safe Halloween
  2. True Crime Tales with Cosette | The Murder of Rozi Camilleri
  3. Why you should wash your hair ties and scrunchies


  1. Self-Care Routine Relaxation Music - 30 Minutes (Meditation, Yoga, Prayer, Stillness)
  2. 8 Ways To Make Your Bedroom Feel More Relaxing
  3. Why You Should Wash Your Hair Ties & Scrunchies
  4. The Murder of Rozi Camilleri (Maltese Murder Case)

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Have a great week! Talk to you soon.


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