Monthly Archives: June 2014

Le Tour de France: Your Very Basic Guide.

Le Tour de France is coming to Yorkshire! For those of us who are long time followers of the Tour, this is exciting news. Cycling has been growing in popularity in the UK for a number of years now, and … Read More

The Good Things #2

Hello and welcome to The Good Things, my weekly linky celebrating the things in life that bring happiness. Happiness means different things to everyone. Whether that’s climbing a mountain, baking a cake, spending time with family, travelling somewhere exciting, a … Read More

Five independent magazines for the curious.

Although I live a minimalist lifestyle, I have one weakness, and that’s for books and magazines. I happily leave mainstream women’s magazines on the shelf, but I’m passionate about independent print magazines. There’s something beautiful about print that digital cannot … Read More

Ten things I learnt at Blognix

So, it was Blognix on Saturday, and although I’ve written one post that relates to it already, it’s taken me until now to fully go through all my notes, process what I’ve learnt and what actions I need to take … Read More

The Good Things #1

Hello! Welcome to The Good Things, my weekly post celebrating the things that bring happiness. Happiness means different things to everyone. Whether that’s climbing a mountain, baking a cake, spending time with family, travelling somewhere exciting, a gardening or environmental … Read More

In Conversation with Betty Magazine.

Last week, I was really happy to attend ‘In Conversation with Betty Magazine‘, hosted by Cheery Little Thing and Colours May Vary. Alongside munching on fresh and-so-delicious vanilla madeleines from Noisette Bakehouse and imbibing a delicate floral gin cocktail from the Grub … Read More

Five Signs You’re a Multipotentialite.

At the brilliant Blognix on Saturday, the crowd were introduced to the word ‘multipotentialite’ by Emma Cossey, freelance presenter extraordinaire.  Emma and I chatted about hearing of the term from the very person who coined it in the first place, Emilie … Read More

Three Good Things is changing …

It’s Wednesday, which usually means that it’s time for Three Good Things, but today I wanted to share some news with you instead. I originally started Three Good Things as a way of focussing on happiness during a time of … Read More

Three Good Things #21

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of Three Good Things, a celebration of the small things that bring joy to my everyday. One. Happy post! It’s just such a pleasure to receive something uplifting in amongst the usual bills … Read More

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