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Embracing Minimalism

Clothes, accessories, homeware, you name it; these days when it comes to pretty much anything I like to keep it minimal. No fuss. Back in the day I was a snazzy jumper enthusiast, and you would seldom find me without an oversized bag (filled to the brim) attached to my arm, however I can't get enough of clean cuts and simple detailing right now. There's something about simplicity that makes me feel a little more 'together'.. it's just so RIGHT.


Hello, Spring!

HAPPY SPRING TIME HUNNIES! Of all the seasons Spring is by far my favourite. There's something about the way the sun starts to break through and everything just seems a little better.. plus every year on the second day of Spring I welcome my Birthday with open arms. Another year older, another year wiser and another step closer to achieving my goals. Now because I am a walking cliché, at the start of the season I like to give myself and the things around me a good ol' Spring clean (who doesn't love a bit of organisation?) I feel 10x happier when the house is tidy, my wardrobe is colour coordinated and there are fresh blooms everywhere; it's just the way I am! I have rounded up some of my favourite ways to welcome Spring, to get you in the mood..


Why Spending Time Alone is OK

I'm sure you are all familiar with the concept of introverts and extroverts; from the moment that I became aware of the difference between the two, it was as though things suddenly made sense. I will be the first to admit that there are moments in time when I am certainly 'out there', changing the way that I behave in order to adapt to the situation at hand; but ultimately, I like my own company. The thought of people being afraid of doing things alone is baffling to me, as I find the greatest peace when taking a walk and getting lost in a whirlwind of my own thoughts. Honestly, spending time alone is up there with one of my favourite things to do.


A Day Date: The Stables

"The Stables was established in 2007 when Richard and Nikki Cooper quit the music industry and London and decided to move their life and children to the deepest, darkest Dorset. They had a vision of creating a unique environment to enjoy the finest local produce at decent prices" Spoiler: THEY SMASHED IT! Last week I headed to The Stables in Plymouth to sample some of the newest additions to their Spring Menu (YAY); for the majority of the trip the weather was to die for which made a birthday afternoon by the water a dream! For any pizza, pie or cider lovers, I assure you The Stables is the place to be.

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