I keep a very slap-dash personal journal: although I dream of filling leather-bound volumes with my erudition and wisdom, mostly my journalling is a few lines here and there about what I’ve been up to, how I’m feeling or what I need to do next in life. I keep them together in their own Filofax at home, and carry a couple of pages dedicated to … Continue reading Writing it Out: Hygge Journal Prompts for October and November
I think that might *just* be the longest title to a blogpost ever. But it had to be done. Last night (the 14th, yes, I’m writing this blog retrospectively to post it with a backdate and fiddle with time myself) I settled down to what I’d planned to be a very Me evening. After a lovely online chat with Ami of Simply Needlecraft Haberdashery in … Continue reading The Moment You Realise a Movie Is A Time Machine That Simultaneously Connects Several Time Slots: September Small Things Day 14
You know how sometimes when you need something the exact thing you need drops into your lap, even though it’s been hanging around for a while and you were just overlooking it? Today’s book, Dwelling by Melissa Michaels, was one of my Advent gifts to myself. The inscription inside reads ‘Christmas of Hope Advent 1: 29.11.20’. I must have unwrapped this, flipped through and put … Continue reading Book Friday: Dwelling by Melissa Michaels
It’s sunny outside, and I’m in work, wishing I could go for a long walk and clear my head. Life is just so busy at the moment, and work, home, external forces are making me feel like I’m just a speck of dust in a whirlpool that is beyond my control. This is not a situation I’m particularly used to or fond of. I don’t … Continue reading There are Benefits to a Damn Good Cry.
Hope in 2021: It’s the only thing that will carry us through. Continue reading Can We Just Carry the Hope Across? Welcome to 2021: The Year of Hope.
Go on… are you reading this after Christmas? Catching up on your favourite blogs and pages because the last few days before Christmas were manic? So much to do, so much to prepare, and no time to stop or breathe or anything? Well then, this is a message for you. Remember, in all the rush and panic and shopping, baking, cleaning, crying (someone always cries … Continue reading Christmas of Hope 2020: You Did Remember to Wrap a Little Something for You, Didn’t You?