In life, we all have obsessions. Mine change fairly frequently, depending on the season, my mood and generally what’s going on in my life. For me, they are…   Instagram If you’re not on Instagram, I feel like you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past year or so. I can count on one hand the number of people I know not on Instagram. It’s definitely my favourite of…

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin It was only a matter of time before a baking recipe made it on to the blog. And for me, there is no better place to start than a classic banana loaf from a classic herself, Mary Berry. It’s best served in thick slices with a cup of tea. This is one of the first baking recipes I ever followed and it’s my ultimate go-to recipe…

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Earlier this month, I had a weekend away with friends in the quintessentially English village of Fernhurst. Nestled between the borders of West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire, there is a village hall, two pubs, a few shops, a post office, a cricket pitch, a green and a Church. For us girls used to London city-life, it was a totally idyllic escape to the countryside.     We stayed at The…

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin Happy Valentine’s Day one and all! However you spent your Valentine’s evening, I hope it was with someone special. I am not a particularly gushy romantic person but I’m becoming more a fan of Valentine’s Day each year. There is something lovely about seeing lots of gorgeous flowers on display, boxes of luxury chocolates and heart-shaped balloons everywhere to make you smile. I understand why some…

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Valentine’s Day is like Marmite – you either love it or hate it. For those that love it, continue reading… For those that hate it, it’s just one day. Deal with it. If you’re single, make it all about Pal-entine’s Day. Spend the evening with friends, cook a delicious meal together, pop a bottle (or two) of fizz and watch a romantic comedy under a cosy blanket. If there’s a few…

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