For the Love of Books | Currently Reading June 2019

The Gown by Jennifer Robson: Historian-turned-novelist Robson sets her latest historical release in 1947, when times are grim: so many have lost so much, war rationing continues, Britain is in ruins. But in a bleak year, there’s a bright spot: Princess Elizabeth’s royal wedding captured the hearts of a nation, and was a beacon of … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Currently Reading June 2019

Inspiration for Spring and Summer Salads Needed

Cobb salad With the arrival of better weather, I'm encouraging salad to make a consistent appearance on our evening dinner plates. But what to do when The Boy Child only really likes the tomato and cucumber branches of the salad family tree (although he does eat a lot of them on a regular basis)? Salads … Continue reading Inspiration for Spring and Summer Salads Needed

Five Tech-Free Things To Do Indoors This Winter

I've written before about how I've been trying to be more intentional in my use of technology. If I'm honest, it's still very much a work in progress. But as we've been spending more time in the house because of the cold and inclement weather, I've been considering other ways for us to connect and … Continue reading Five Tech-Free Things To Do Indoors This Winter

December Daily 2018 | Manifesto and Days 1-5

Welcome to December Daily; my favourite project of the year.  Let's begin by seeing what my hopes and dreams for this Christmas season look like … My manifesto for December Daily 2018 came down to just a few sentences (and they were inspired by the ever-brilliant Ali Edwards): December, welcome back!  Twenty five days in which … Continue reading December Daily 2018 | Manifesto and Days 1-5