Hmm, just read an article on going beyond Black Friday and caring for your clothes to prevent waste and the excessive buying that is the pattern for the next few weeks. And for those over the pond, did you realise Black Friday wasn’t a thing for us in the UK
I notice that some Stateside bloggers are already talking about wearing warm weather clothes and featuring sleeveless tops. Wow! That’s so not the case here! We do have days when it’s sunny and there’s a blue sky, but even though I live by the south coast there’s often a very
I’ve talked about de-cluttering a lot lately. Most of you know I’ll be moving soon to a small 2-bedroomed flat (or apartment as you might call it). I’ve been really good at sifting through so many things and not just clothes, but vases, plates, cutlery, books, yes, even books! Because,
Hi everyone It’s the beginning of September and time to celebrate the wearing of hats with the lovely Judith Boyd of the Hat Attack blog posts. The hat for this month is not the grey waterproof hat that I took to Scotland and the Faroe Islands, as I never wore
This is just a quick post to show you that I really do wear my hats out and about! The photos were taken on Sunday in Brighton outside a pub where I had a typical English Sunday lunch of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding! And yes, I’m definitely over 25!
Perhaps some may think I do nothing other than shop for clothes. Actually no, I’ve a busy life doing lots of other things, but if I find myself in one of the small towns that are so typical in Britain, I do look in charity shops and often I find
I’ve had a couple of days away this week and the sun has shone for several hours and the skies were blue, and it was just such a pleasure to have some light and brightness in the sky. The British countryside has a muted palette for most of the year