Instagram is slowly loosing it’s appeal for many people. I hear on forums, twitter chats and on the app itself that people are fed up with the ever changing algorithm. Not only that, people are increasingly feeling stifled with the need to ‘curate’ their feed. To live an ‘insta’ worthy life, and to only post
Working in social media is a lonely business. I know that sounds stupidly daft, and I can see that you are probably all thinking she’s talking out of her ass… but it is, believe me. It takes a special kind of person to shout endlessly into the black hole void of the interweb… not knowing
January, the month we dread the most, a bit of come down from the highs of the festive season. But this month I have tried to embrace it’s dark grey days, finding time to take it slow and enjoy some nesting, changing things up at home and of course a bit of planning for the
November, gosh you were a stunning month, sunshine most days, with deep crisp frost. Move over fog and leaves, I have a new love FROST! This month has been spent working hard prepping for SISTERHOOD, so home life has been pretty quiet. We have started (but not finished) several DIY home improvements. Dan knocked through
We had a glorious Spring weekend here in Bristol. The sun shone and blue cloudless skies! Dan and I have been working non stop on our garden renovation for weeks, so this Sunday we decided to down tools for a little while and take the boys for a scoot around Bristol harbour side.
Slow, simple, feasting, family. I am sure that most people experience Christmas in very similar ways. Ours revolved around food and walks. It’s a funny old thing Christmas, from the busy to the lazy. Weeks of absolute extremes. Christmas Day is always so quick, one minute life is all about the presents, the food, what