The Joules in Milton Keynes Crown

Last week I was invited to go down to the opening of a new store — Joules in Milton Keynes. For anyone who’s not come across Joules; firstly, where have you been? Secondly, if you’re a fan of print, pattern, stripes or colour, you’re in for a real treat. The brand — in it’s current guise — has …

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133 weeks and 6 days | A night at the MADS Awards 2015

A couple of Fridays ago I was lucky enough to go to the MADS Awards 2015. A real case of – ‘Yes Cinderella — you shall go to the ball!’ When the finalists were announced earlier in the year — and I saw my blog’s name in that list — I absolutely couldn’t believe my eyes. Such a …

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Summertime Surprise Project 2015 {What I sent}

Have you ever joined in with a Summertime Surprise Project? Earlier this year, I took part in something called ‘The Springtime Surprise Project’ organised by the lovely Lucy who blogs over at Capture By Lucy. It was a little initiative to spread some cheer and happiness between the folk who’d come together online. Bloggers, readers of blogs, tweeters and Instagrammers all joined …

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Scenes from Laura Ashley Press Show 2015

Last week I left the boys with their daddy for the day. I toddled off down to London for a little adventure; to the Laura Ashley press show 2015. I am big fan of Laura Ashley products — there are always such beautiful things to see each season. Often the brand is associated with more traditional home …

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116 weeks and 5 days | 2015 MAD Blog Awards

Something amazing happened last week. I read on Facebook that the finalists for the 2015 MAD Blog Awards had been announced, so popped along to the TOTS 100 site to have a look to see if any of my friends had made the final cut. Totally delighted to see the blogs of some of my very favourites …

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Springtime Surprise Project 2015 {What I received}

A couple of weeks ago I spoke about the Springtime Surprise project. A fun gift swap organised by my blogging buddy Lucy from the blog Capture By Lucy. The premise of the project was to spread a little happiness. The rules, very simply, were to buy, make or donate a gift; to the value of around …

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