Month in Numbers | January 2023

I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. Let's see what the numbers made of January. 50 walks with Tilly 31 sessions of online Pilates 15 online … Continue reading Month in Numbers | January 2023

For the Love of Books | Favourite Reads of 2022

There wasn’t a stand out favourite amongst all the books I read last year, no equivalent of Eleanor or Daisy, but I still have five titles that I’d encourage you to read. The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel | paperback | an early contender for favourite read of the year and read in February 2022. The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley | … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Favourite Reads of 2022

Month in Numbers | December 2022

I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. Let's see what the numbers made of December. 37 walks with Tilly 15 Step classes via YouTube 30 sessions of … Continue reading Month in Numbers | December 2022

Month in Numbers | November 2022

I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. Let's see what the numbers made of November. 36 walks with Tilly 14 online Step classes via YouTube 30 … Continue reading Month in Numbers | November 2022

Crop in the Country | Kitty Boo Crafts | What I Created | The Ribbon Wreath

The ribbon wreath looks complicated but is actually super simple to make. The Best Friend and I took our kits back to our hotel room and constructed them while drinking tea and watching the Festival of Remembrance on my laptop. There were six different ribbon types, and each length of ribbon was cut into 20" … Continue reading Crop in the Country | Kitty Boo Crafts | What I Created | The Ribbon Wreath

Crop in the Country | Kitty Boo CraftAway | Essex

The Best Friend and I spent last weekend inside a function room of a large golf club in semi-rural Essex. We were there for the Kitty Boo CraftAway, which is run by the immensely talented Karen. Crop delegates Required selfie with The Best Friend There were twelve festive-themed classes on offer, all suitable to be … Continue reading Crop in the Country | Kitty Boo CraftAway | Essex

Scrapbooking | My Hobby and Its Impact

I have been contemplating all that I have gained as the documenter and memory keeper of my family's social history. I have learned so much. I have felt so much. I have also done so much. Scrapbooking Forums | The owner of a paper crafting store in Elgin, Scotland told me about an online forum … Continue reading Scrapbooking | My Hobby and Its Impact

Month in Numbers | October 2022

I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. Let's see how October looked. 43 walks with Tilly 31 sessions of online Pilates 13 online Step classes via … Continue reading Month in Numbers | October 2022

Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt 2022 | Final Link-Up | Photo Heavy

Today is the second and final link-up for this year’s SPHS and is hosted by the lovely Mary-Lou of Patio Postcards blog. Here are my remaining finds: 1: Path | Noticed in the Phoenix Garden 2: Peek-a-boo | The Brainy One inside a tree trunk at Holker Hall 3: Stairs | Hyde Park Corner Tube Station 5: Something that … Continue reading Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt 2022 | Final Link-Up | Photo Heavy