Monthly Moodboard

· December 2020 ·

Fairy lights, New Years Eve, Christmas, Monthly Moodboard, December 2020

What a year 2020 has been. This time last year I was sitting on my parents-in-law’s sofa reading Your Own Kind of Girl and optimistically writing down goals for the coming decade – blissfully ignorant of what 2020 had in store for us all. Compared to many of you, I know that I have been…

A Christmas gift guide

· A mindful approach to gift giving ·

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Gift giving can be an art, but if done well, is a special gesture. I’m sure you know the gifts I’m talking about – things or experiences chosen with special care which add value to your life in one way or another. Sometimes this might be something you’ve been wanting for a while. Other times…

Monthly Moodboard

· November 2020 ·

Monthly moodboard, floral arrangement, presents, christmas

With the familiar tune of “All I want for Christmas” serenading the shopping centres and Christmas related content on my social media feed it seems that the festive season is well and truly upon us – even though it’s still only the last day of November. Christmas is such an exciting and joyful time for…

For the love of linen

· A linen dress ·

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Linen dresses have made their way into my wardrobe in a big way this year. I suspect Instagram, Pinterest and Joslin Studio’s ethereal designs have played a large part in influencing my linen related clothing purchases but I can’t say I’m upset about that. Linen has an air of understated luxury and is a beautiful…

Monthly Moodboard

· October 2020 ·

Monthly moodboard, Floral arrangment, St Anne's Lace, Marmoset found Cloud Vase

How is it the end of October already? Jaracanda season is in full bloom and the city is dotted with pockets of purple. There is a collection of them lining the street outside my office window which makes for a beautiful view. For the students they might herald the beginning of final exams, but luckily…

A recipe for nourishment

· Four of my favourite recipe books ·

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Sometimes we all need a bit of nourishment. Some recipe books are coffee table masterpieces where I could spend hours pouring over the brightly coloured pictures, exotic spices I’ve never seen at the grocery store and and table scapes that I could only dream about.  They transport me to another continent and let me peer…