Monthly Archives: June 2017

HomeLife Project – July Creative Challenge

The creative challenge I had originally intended for this month was weather dependent, so after looking at the forecast for this weekend I’ve decided to swap it round with August’s and keep our finger’s crossed for better weather in a few weeks (because that weather last week wasn’t all the summer we are getting, right?)…

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Why I quit colouring my hair in my 30s (just!)

I have had this post sitting in my drafts folder for at least a year, whilst I have tried unsuccessfully to get a photograph of me that showed a little of my new natural highlights. My lovely whisps of silver are often stubbornly hard to capture in a photo and I just didn’t feel I…

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A year of simplicity : Six months in & unexpected knock ons…

The first half of this year has whizzed by and I thought now would be a good time to take stock of the changes our household has made that we have stuck with, but also to acknowledge a perhaps inevitable but unexpected side effect of my pursuit for simplicity… Here are a few of the…

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Our garden in June (not how it was supposed to look)

Last year I did a series of updates on our garden over the summer months, though they might not have been the best ratings winner, they did force me to take photos and became a useful record of how things we planted have grown. This year I’ve been slacking a bit and it’s largely down…

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Home Life Project – June

It’s been a strange weekend, I was heading for bed on Saturday night just as news of the London terrorist attack broke and, like many people I’m sure, I stayed up later than I should watching the news trying to take it in. Consequently on Sunday I was in a tired fog and the productive…

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