Jewellery Picks for Winter 2019

This post contains gifted items I think we can safely say that despite the fact September hasn’t even finished, I’m well into Winter and Christmas mode already. Having already written about preparing for the festive season and my Winter travel wish list as well as gearing up for gift guide season, yay! Which is madness. …

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Looking After Your Well-Being in the Colder Months

Looking After Your Well-Being in the Colder Months

AD | I don’t know about anyone else but I’m absolutely psyched that Autumn is just around the corner! I hate Summer and always feel my best during the colder months. I know that’s not the same for everyone, the transition into any season is important. But today we’ll be talking about looking after your …

2019 Q&A: Blogging Dreams, My Perfect Day & How I Relax

Sometimes it’s the really simple posts which you crave to write. And that’s me right now. I can’t be arsed going off on a big ol’ tangent about anything. I can’t be bothered critiquing a book or ranting about the blogging community (I mean… not that there’s anything to rant about because it’s practically perfect …

OD’s Designer Clothing: Winter picks for the whole family *

Winter is the perfect time to re-vamp your wardrobe, get yourself some new items which will last until next Spring rolls around and even treat yourself – it’s Christmas after all! Winter is my favourite time of year and I love wrapping up warm, big fluffy jumpers, wearing boots again and just generally feeling really …

25 Winter & Christmas blog post ideas

Back in July (goodness me that seems like ages ago now, doesn’t it? Where has this year gone?) I wrote a “25 Autumn blog post ideas” post which went down really well and I really enjoyed writing and brainstorming for. Sooooo… Now we’re in arguably the prettiest and most magical season (Winter, for those who …

Beating the Winter Blues to Kick-Start Your Way Into Spring

We made it through January, horrah. But it’s still cold, it’s still dark and it can still look and feel pretty miserable outside. Now, although I’m someone who absolutely loves winter and loves the cold, I’ve not been completely un-prone to the effects of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) in the past and even I tend …