5 Great Reasons to Try Tencel Bedding

Bedtime is pretty much my favourite time of day, so if there’s one part of the home that deserves to be treated to an overhaul in the new year, it’s my bed. And for 2020 I’m trying something completely new  courtesy of Love Bedtime – a luxurious bedding set made from tencel. New year = … Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Try Tencel Bedding

The Perfect Dorset Getaway – Lulworth Cove Inn

We keep going back to Dorset year after year. It’s a gorgeous part of the country, with beautiful beaches, cute seaside towns, some of the best British weather you can hope for, and our favourite attraction – Monkey World. (Read more about why I love Dorset here). We have tried and tested a variety of … Continue reading The Perfect Dorset Getaway – Lulworth Cove Inn

14 Ways to Get Ready for Summer

Remember that glorious sunshine last weekend? It’s a sign that summer is well on its way, and to get in the mood (whilst the weather sorts itself out) I’ve been preparing for it in all sorts of ways. Here’s how you can get in the mood for summer. Spring clean Get your home ready for the new … Continue reading 14 Ways to Get Ready for Summer

How to Unwind After a Stressful Day

Recently I’ve been finding it harder than usual to unwind each day. I blame this on the removal of all our Christmas decorations (our Christmas home is my happy place) as well as a very busy time of year at work. As I only get home from work at around 7pm, this doesn’t leave much … Continue reading How to Unwind After a Stressful Day

3 Card Games You Didn’t Know You Needed in Your Life

Best 3 card games

This year I’ve been playing and discovering a lot of games, and have developed a particular love for quirky card-based games. They’re great because they’re (usually) portable, simple to play with quick-to-learn rules and therefore very low maintenance for group gatherings. There are so many fun options out there, not just your standard deck of cards, … Continue reading 3 Card Games You Didn’t Know You Needed in Your Life

Why Taking a Career Risk Can Be a Good Thing

Why career risks can be good

One of my New Year’s resolutions in January was to take a career risk. I was fairly happy in my job of 5 years, but also dissatisfied for many reasons, not least the lack of progression opportunities open to me. I’d held myself back from making a big change for a while, because of the … Continue reading Why Taking a Career Risk Can Be a Good Thing

Wedding Advice for Brides

As I mentioned in my recent post about our wedding, we actually only booked our venue about 7 months before the date, so this meant that the planning started right away and didn’t ease up until the big day. There are loads of great wedding advice articles out there with helpful tips for brides, but … Continue reading Wedding Advice for Brides

Our Honeymoon Cruise

It’s been nearly 2 months since we jetted off on our honeymoon and I still can’t believe it’s been and gone. I can honestly say we had the best time, and I have the most amazing memories. If you missed all my insta-stories, we chose to go on a Mediterranean/Greek Island cruise, which we’d decided would … Continue reading Our Honeymoon Cruise

Our Wedding: All the Details

For the last 6 months we’ve been planning our wedding, and then finally, on 8th April the day actually arrived! I have the most amazing memories of our wedding day – everything from not sleeping the night before and shaking with nerves before walking down the aisle, to the beautiful ceremony itself and then spending … Continue reading Our Wedding: All the Details

DIY Wedding Calligraphy

I developed an interest in calligraphy since I attended a Brush Calligraphy workshop a few years ago, and have been creating various calligraphy projects ever since. When it came to our wedding stationery I knew I’d want to incorporate beautiful lettering, and once I realised how expensive it could be to have invites printed with … Continue reading DIY Wedding Calligraphy