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30.03.2020- On the beauty of slow living

Whilst there’s no doubt that the times which we find ourselves living in at the moment are extremely uncertain and very scary, I think that it’s really important to try and find the positives in the situation where we can. Last week’s amazing #ClapforCarers moment really made me realise that we ca…

25.03.2020- What I Wore Today #408

I'm not going to preface every post with a note about how strange the current situation is, but where I can I'm going to try and keep a usual routine of posting ticking over- more for my own sake than anything else. Structuring my weeks around this little corner of the internet has been a …

23.03.2020- Walking Wonders: Leith Hill

Last month, before the world as we know it completely span upside down, my lovely walking friends and I headed out for another training walk ahead of our Trekstock Hadrian's Wall challenge. It feels so strange to look back at these photos now, especially as at the time we were so blissfully ig…

20.03.2020- On the Menu: Berner’s Tavern

A few weeks ago, on a gloomy Saturday afternoon, Hannah and I had our soggy sprits lifted with a visit to the Berner’s Tavern. A destination which we’ve both wanted to visit for a long while, it was fantastic to finally have the time to pop along for a weekend brunch date before a trip to the thea…

18.03.2020- What I Wore Today #407

The dress content continues! It’s got to be said that on days when I’m struggling to decide what to wear, and especially at this time of the year, dresses continue to be the easiest go to options for me. Over the last few months, I’ve added a handful of new additions to my wardrobe, tapping into t…

16.03.2020- Beauty Buys: Outdoor Skincare Essentials

Over recent months, I’ve been spending a lot more time outdoors, thanks mainly to preparing for Trekstock’s Hadrian’s Wall Challenge! It’s been really lovely to be outside in the fresh air at a time of year when I’d usually favour being tucked up inside with a book or a box set, and having a physi…

13.03.2020- What I Wore Today #406

Another day, another dress! Towards the end of last year and into this year, it’s safe to say that I’ve developed something of an obsession with midi and maxi dresses. If I’m honest, longer skirts always used to slightly intimidate me and I always used to avoid them, but now that I’ve become sligh…

11.03.2020- Why Autumn de Wilde's Emma is the film we need right now

Regular perusers of these pages will be well aware of the fact that I’m something of a period drama obsessive, so it will probably come as no surprise that my most recent trip to the cinema was to see Autumn de Wilde’s Emma. Adapted from Jane Austen’s novel by Eleanor Catton, the film is an absolu…

04.03.2020- Walking Wonders: Painshill Park

Another installment in my walking diaries! This time direct from Painshill Park in Cobham, Surrey, an 18th century landscape garden which offers plenty of options for an afternoon spent soaking up some fresh air. Created by Charles Hamilton, the park features a number of characteristic features in…

02.03.2020- What I Wore Today #405

Now that I’ve established a fairly strong, unwavering love for all things inspired by Little Women and Emma (love!), I’m sure that the style posts on these pages will be peppered with various odes to my favourite dresses over the next few weeks and months. I’m a big fan of the spring aesthetic whi…

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