It’s February 23rd and, in England at least, we have a Road Map out of Lockdown. Yes, indeedy. By June 21st, all being well, we should be free of all restrictions and ready to roll. I hope the whole world can be free soon, and that coronavirus can take its place among the ‘things we worry about that probably won’t happen but it’s good to … Continue reading Rain or Shine, Enjoy the Company of your Friends (Mostly Outside).
And once again it is Friday,and I end up writing a book review. The passage of my time is marked only by weekly events like Book Friday, Roast Dinner on a Sunday and Quiz Monday (TV quizzes back to back for the whole evening: love it) Without external pressures of groups, meetings and more, I have noticed my interests becoming more insular this year. My … Continue reading Book Friday: Home for the Soul by Sara Bird and Dan Duchars
After yesterday’s slightly losing it, I did what I always did. At times like this, I channel my inner Hermione and search my shelves. My shelves nowadays are mostly virtual and Kindle based, so I looked in my virtual stacks and found a book I bought last week in a book-buying spree, but had not yet read: Steady (Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral) … Continue reading Book Friday: Steady (Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral) by Dr Sarb Johal
Simply Living Well has the subtitle A Guide to Creating a Natural, Low-waste Home. Living well, living simply are cornerstones of my life, and I am always keen to read up on how other people live and see how environmental principles can be embedded in daily living for everyone. Julia Watkins is the creative force behind @simply.living.well on Instagram. It’s a beautiful feed, classy, elegant, … Continue reading Book Friday: Simply Living Well by Julia Watkins.
Small, cheap, easy things to boost your hygge in February Continue reading February: Short and very Sweet. Perhaps.
Did last week really happen? From Wednesday onwards I was rather under a rock healthwise: bed was the only place I could summon up enthusiasm for, and the idea of actually doing anything was rather a non-starter. Hence today, when I should be talking all Week Three of The Artist’s Way, I’m sharing my Friday post, and the quotation pictures that I created for Simple … Continue reading A Week of Wise Words: Jan 15th to Jan 22nd A Year of Simple Abundance
Hygge Moments are those small moments of peace and joy in your life… joyful simplicities, puttery treats or could-do moments in life. Continue reading Hygge Moments, Could Do List, Puttery Treats, Joyful Simplicities… Whatever you call them, just enjoy them.
There’s a weekly task in The Artist’s Way that starts in Week One and continues in Week Two: What would your alternate life be? What would you be doing if you could do anything? I love the idea of imaginary lives, of letting myself for 10 minutes, an hour or even a day if possible imagine what life would be like as, say, an astronaut, … Continue reading Living my Best Life… with optional extras.