In these days of social distancing, we’re talking a lot about food at our house. Deciding what we want to eat, cooking it, then talking about it afterward.
I’m thinking about ethics and blogging this week. Whether monetising my blog fits with my fashion philosophy. And my espousing the idea of slow fashion.
I’ve always been a cat person. When I met my husband, that fact that he had two cats pleased me no end. Love me, love my cats. No problem.
This year, because we both have colds, we said “bah humbug” to Valentine’s Day. But such was not always the case, my friends.
This week, I’m learning all about “investing” in myself and being open to the richness of life. And it’s something I’ve been doing for years. Who knew?
The winter I was fifteen I learned some important lessons on the ski hill. And not all of them were about skiing.
Wishing you a fabulous Christmas and all the wonderful black and white Christmas movies you can stand. Everyone knows the old movies are the best.
In these crazy, chaotic, angry times we all need a little kindness.
The best kind of travel is when you feel at home no matter where you are.
I’m getting cranky again over all the hyperbole on the internet. I mean. Can we all just get over being “obsessed” with everything?
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