What are you reading over Christmas? I always think it's great to have books you either read over and over, or a theme you follow. I'm intending this year to read A Christmas Carol, as it's a book I've only ever been told about by my parents or one I've watched on the TV. Friends… Continue reading Festive books
It's that time in Oxford where we are stuck with a cold crispy breeze, the morning chill and desire to spend the rest of the winter tucked up in bed like a moomin along with the inability to be outside without a cosy knit or scarf! Truth be told, I look forward to this time… Continue reading Autumns in Oxford
Twinkly fairy lights are commonly used at Christmas time to decorate our towns, gardens, homes, trees. They illuminate the glittering snow and create a magical atmosphere when surrounded by the sparkle of ice. You're probably wondering what I am doing blogging about fairy lights at the end of June, they're a Christmas thing right? Well… Continue reading Let your life twinkle!
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
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