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  • Chatsworth Country Fair 2016 – Day one [AD].

    This blog post about my experience at Chatsworth House is courtesy of Redbrick Communications. The annual Chatsworth Country Fair marks three spectacular days attracting hundreds of thousands to the Chatsworth Estate, dubbed ‘palace of the Peaks’ is situated in the heart…

    20 Signs you’re a crazy dog lady

    I love dogs. There’s no doubt about that. Being the owner of Ben (my lively Springer Spaniel), I am always out walking, sometimes crossing paths with other dog walkers or relaxing and cuddling the pooch. Growing up with dogs (Ben is…

    20 things to do during Summer

    As lazy Summer days turn to beautiful balmy evenings, Summer is the time for enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Here is a list of inspiring ideas to do on a sunny day. Visit the coast There’s nothing quite like…

    Photo Journal | Weybourne

    From the picture-perfect stone cottages adored with typical cottage garden flowers to fresh local seafood, North Norfolk is one of my favourite places. A truly quintessentially English coastland intertwined with beautiful countryside. Personally speaking, it’s the best of both worlds. You…

    A mini guide to self care

    Self-care. Two little words but such an important part of our lives. Self care is defined as “care of the self without any medical intervention” according to Oxford Dictionary, 2016 however, I don’t feel that this definition does this term…

    The Sugar Shed – The Sugar Square Review [AD]

    We all have special memories whether framed or stored in an album that we can delve into at any time, transporting us to a particular place and moment. Our photographs are preserved memories and when our busy schedules allow, we can revel in the moments and relive them. Dating back to 1800’s when Thomas Wedgewood made the first reliable documentation of combining a dark room with some substances that alter in light, however this was unsuccessful and was not until the mid 1820’s when Nicéphore Niépce succeeded. After much research, developing and fine-tuning the process, the photograph was born in 1839 and since then our love to photography has flourished.

    20 things to do during Spring

    I adore Spring. The appearance of crocuses and daffodils, the magical dawn chorus filling the air and warmer weather are some of the things I love about Spring. I have put a list together of ideas to serve as inspiration for a lovely Spring.Create…

    10 Ways to make life lovely

    Saviour the simple pleasures in life with a few inspiring ideas. Listen to birdsong One of the first signs warmer and lighter days are ahead; the dawn chorus is worth getting up for. The beautifully sweet song as the first…

    New Year’s Resolutions 2016

    A new year means a fresh start, a whole 365 days of them. So for 2016, here are my resolutions: Lose weight There’s no denying that I have put on a little bit of weight over this past year. I feel…


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