• Travel Tuesday Resources for travel planning

    Travel Tuesday: Resources for travel planning

    October 9, 2018

    I have some pretty exciting news. Next year I’ll be embarking on a trip, a big trip in fact. I’ll be spending a few months in South East Asia exploring new-to-me parts including Indonesia, The Philippines and Malaysia and then I’ll be moving to New Zealand to spend a year working and travelling thanks to…

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  • Autumn Wardrobe Wishlist 1

    Autumn Wardrobe Wishlist

    October 5, 2018

    Autumn is one of my favourite seasons fashion-wise. I love jewel tones, clashing textures and chunky knit jumpers. As I’m currently on a spending ban while I save for next years’ big trip, I’ve instead been window shopping online and compiled my favourite finds into this autumn wardrobe wishlist. Knowing me I’ll probably break and…

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  • Travel Tuesday Instagrammable locations for your travel bucket list

    Travel Tuesday: Instagrammable locations for your travel bucket list

    September 25, 2018

    I’ve got a pretty big trip coming up next year, which I’ll be sharing more about in the next few weeks, and planning it has made me think about my travel bucket list. All of the amazing places I’ve already ticked off, and the places I’m yet to see. I did a trawl through my…

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  • Bullet Journal Autumn Bucket List

    Bullet Journal: Autumn Bucket List

    September 16, 2018

    I’ve got to be honest, I’m pretty addicted to making bucket lists. I currently have a travel one, a 28 before I turn 28 one as well as, you know, the actual kick the bucket list. I also like to make sure that each season I fill my time with fun plans so having a seasonal bucket…

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  • Beautiful Bristol Colourful Cliftonwood

    Beautiful Bristol: Colourful Cliftonwood

    September 12, 2018

    Autumn’s here and I don’t know about you but something I love to do in this season is go for long walks. It really makes me feel like I’m shaking away some of the cobwebs so I can stave off the desire to hibernate for just a little longer. Around Bristol there are some beautiful…

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  • Bits Pieces Cosy Autumnal Homeware

    Bits & Pieces: Cosy Autumnal Homeware

    August 31, 2018

    I’m reluctant to say it, but Autumn is definitely coming. There’s a definite chill in the air and the mornings are getting darker. It’s hard to say goodbye to what’s been an unexpectedly beautiful, hot summer but weirdly I always welcome Autumn. Maybe it’s a throwback to starting school but I always feel inspired and…

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  • Bits Pieces Mid Century Modern touches

    Bits & Pieces: Mid-Century Modern touches

    August 17, 2018

    Mid-Century Modern has been a huge trend in recent years and it shows no sign of falling out of fashion. I have to admit it’s one that grew on me, in fact, I didn’t really appreciate the style until I started watching Mad Men (total cliche I know) and got hooked on the look. Minimalist…

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  • yellow feather blog urban jungle living house plant stand

    Pinspiration: Urban Jungle Living

    August 9, 2018

    If any of you follow me on the Gram you’ll know that I’ve got a pretty bad house plant addiction. In my old flat we had 30 plant babies before I decide that maaaaybe we’d reached capacity. In recent years I’ve been increasingly drawn to simple white wall interiors with tonnes of greenery and lots…

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    Beautiful Bristol: Upfest 2018

    August 1, 2018

    So last weekend saw the return of Upfest, Europe’s largest street art and graffiti festival, and yet another reason why Bristol is one of the best cities to spend a summer in. Upfest, in its 10th year, attracts over 400 artists from around the world to paint venues across Bedminster and Southville. In between torrential rain…

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    The end of love

    July 25, 2018

    The end of love should be a big event. so goes the Sophie Hannah poem which is frustratingly apt now. “The end of love should be a big event. It should involve the hiring of a hall. Better than the unquestioning descent Into the trap of silence, than the crawl From visible to hidden, door to wall.”…

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