Before I get started, I'd like to wish you all a Happy New Year! I'm struggling with normality and seem to have no idea what day it is, how we suddenly ended up in 2018, what I'm doing tomorrow and seriously questioning why I didn't ask anybody for a diary or calendar for Christmas! I … Continue reading The planet needs YOU!
I'm going to start this post with a big fat THANK YOU to each and every one of you that has persevered and is still here! It's been a slow journey but I'm super pleased to FINALLY be able to offer you a the first range of Lovesay and Mo jumpsuits! I'm hoping to be … Continue reading Welcome to the Lovesay and Mo Jumpsuit
I am going to begin this post by saying I am not here to preach - I am as guilty as anybody else for buying my clothes from anywhere and everywhere, mostly wherever I can get the best bargains. I recently learnt how beneficial buying organic cotton, clothing and food can be to so many … Continue reading Why go Organic?
As most of you know, I've been toying with the idea of giving the whole 'design' thing a proper go for a while now. I've taken the leap, handed in my notice and will be working part time alongside setting up my children's clothing line - Lovesay and Mo. Next week marks my penultimate week … Continue reading Onwards and upwards
I feel like this post should be titled 'Making sense of January/my life'. I know it's such a cliche but even this morning I still had no idea what the day/date was. Christmas and New Year is such a muddle of long relaxing days and loads of food and booze that I have really found … Continue reading Making sense of January
Those of you who have been to our house will know how compact it is. Those of you who haven't I can tell you now - it's pretty small. When we were looking to move in together I was just excited to have some space to ourselves, and quickly came to the realisation that our … Continue reading Christmas comes to the Hobbit Hole
If Bristol was to have a lovechild with a Cornish coastal town, I'm pretty sure Brighton would be the result. I'd heard Brighton was a hub for culture of all forms, but wasn't expecting it to be quite so visually exciting. Every street and corner seemed to house a gallery, cafe, bar, wall of graffiti … Continue reading That time we went to Brighton
I've really been trying to gather my life into some sort of routine - getting up at the same time daily etc to try and maximise productivity and make the most of every day! So far I am not doing too well at organising everything, but this is a new week so I'm going to … Continue reading Matcha, dumplings,walks and dislocations
I had a school friend who's family would regularly head to Center Parcs for weekend breaks. I was always envious of the stories about cycling through the woods, whizzing down water slides and gliding through the rapids. Don't get me wrong - I had a wonderful childhood and we went on plenty of holidays but I … Continue reading Center Parcs
Abergavenny Food Festival is an event I welcome warmly. The summer is always full of wonderful events, long evenings, sunshine, family and friends and fun days out. As soon as September begins, reality sets in that that's it for another year, and it's time to brace ourselves for the shorter days of Autumn and Winter. … Continue reading Abergavenny Food Festival