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Thinking ahead

It's so healthy to both live in the here and now but also be aware of the future and plan head. Today I've been adding to my ever growing rows of crocheting on my blanket. It's going to be soft natural colours made with Organic Manx Wool given to me by my mum. Crocheting for… Continue reading Thinking ahead

Oxfordshire, summer

Non-stop Coffee Shop

I'm one of those people that loves coffee shops and not coffee. I'm much more a juicer / chai and tea drinker, I just can't get my head around that bitter taste or living with coffee breath (queue flashbacks to coffee breath driving instructor). I also don't drink milk, so to have coffee black or… Continue reading Non-stop Coffee Shop

Fashion, Norway

Bed socks rock!

There is nothing I love more than getting back home after a long tiresome day an slipping into something more comfortable. Sadly for Jon that doesn't mean lingerie as he's found out the hard way, and actually means oversized jumpers sometimes my baggy joggers and a pair of bloody good socks! Even when life gets… Continue reading Bed socks rock!

hygge, winter

Winter chocolate

It's a thing, winter chocolate is most definitely a thing. We have hot chocolate, advent calendars, Lindt Christmas decorations and teddies not to mention warm melting lava cakes (curtesy of Kaja)! When I was in France last week I had so much hot soya chocolate (and normal milky chocolate as apparently dairy-free isn't a well-known… Continue reading Winter chocolate

hygge, winter

Candles will never be dull

I would bet that every single person who reads this post has candles in their home or has owned them at some point or another. Candles used to be used for light, warmth and in some cases as signals and have been around for over 5,000 years. They were often made of tallow (animal fat)… Continue reading Candles will never be dull