Jump for Joy

As with my previous Jump for Joy, here are three things that have made me smile recently. Firstly, my best friend and I visited Lucky Fox for our lunch and of course, a good catch up! It was so lovely…

Quick and easy rocky road

There is nothing quite like a piece of rocky road; crunchy biscuit and soft marshmallows encased in smooth chocolate. A mouth-watering treat that is quick and simple to make and the perfect accompaniment for any movie. Best of all, this…

Caroline Gardner Rise & Shine stationery collection

I adore pretty stationery. If its blush pink, rose gold or sparkly then I’m there! I can spend hours looking through cute sticky notes, pattered Washi tape and stickers. Caroline Gardner is a brand I have always admired.

My New Year’s Resolutions 2019

Usually, January has been my least favourite month. I can feel slightly dispirited; trying to hold onto the last of the Christmas magic, sadly not doing much to dispel the dull grey days that loom ahead. Nigel Slater once said:…

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to all my lovely readers! I hope you are having a magical time and enjoying the festivities! I thought I would share with you some of the wonderful gifts I received.

Festive Cheeseboard Evening at the School of Artisan Food [AD]

Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year from the twinkly fairy lights to the delicious hearty food. It’s a lovely time to gather family and friends and share in the magical festivities. A feature of the Christmas season is the glorious cheeseboard; a variety of cheeses, fruits and chutneys, and delicious breads and crackers.

Mindful Baking at the School of Artisan Food [AD]

This blog post about my experience at the School of Artisan Food is courtesy of Redbrick Communications. Mindfulness is a concept that, in the last few years, has become increasingly discussed in the news, media outlets, blogs, books and so…

Jump for Joy

Hello August! I cannot believe how this year is flying by. Jump for Joy features places I have visited, food I have tried or a good book I have read amongst other lovely things. This mini series should not take…

Kate Morton – The Clockmaker’s Daughter review [AD]

Kate Morton writes beautifully, filled with lush descriptions of the English countryside and the various locations within this book, lulled into a dreamlike trance by lyrical prose, while an intricate spellbinding tale unfolds on the pages.


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