My beautiful nieces turned 18 last week and thinking of how far they’ve come in life, and considering how much more they have to learn, I started contemplating all the things I wish I had known when I was 18.
Go Set A Watchman is commonly referred to as the sequel to Harper Lee’s first novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, however, it is, in fact, the first draft that Harper Lee calls the ‘parent’ book.
After a Summer sojourn in London and the discovery of fellow creatives in this vibrant city (and overseas), my Instagram feed has never looked more enchanting. Fresh flowers, meandering rivers and luscious landscapes have inspired and enthralled. I’ve even enjoyed the cosy snaps from the Southern Hemisphere as they rug up for Winter.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve just read the title of this post and scoffed a little. Live wi h intention? I mean we aren’t exactly living unintentionally are we. Are we? After all, you aren’t sitting on a packed, smelly train, commuting to your job for the sake of it. Nor did you unintentionally drop the kids off to school this morning.
As a dog owner and wife of a messy man-child, I’m regularly having to combat wet dog and burnt carpet odours (or whatever smell is left from the latest failed science experiment).
MoneyÂ doesn’t seem to go as far as it used to and we are all feeling the squeeze. Saving can be brutal but once you take a close look at what you’re really spending your money on you can give it your best shot.
Originating from France (and pronounced ‘me-sell-air’), this cleansing water takes its name from the Micelle molecules it contains – each one a compound of tiny oil and water molecules that easily lift dirt and make-up.Â
Sunday 10th May is Mother’s Day (for most of the world) and seen as us Brits have already celebrated it, I have done the research andÂ wanted to share my finds. Here are some gorgeous gift ideas categorised by interests:
Second Life follows the protagonist Julia, a photographer living a seemingly normal life with her husband and son in London, but from the start is peppered with delicious hints at a dark past, that Julia toys with in her narration.
I have spent all weekend looking for a fine art print and wanted to share my favourite finds – from the cheap and cheerful (if you’re a bit skint) to a saucy splurge for those feeling minted.Â