I travel, I plant, I paint (mainly walls), I scoot, I tie dye, I write

It was cold. That’s true. Not many others were braving the weather to visit this corner of the world. The wind was forcing them to wrap their scarfs tighter and their glove covered hands were well and truly hibernating in their pockets. The Needles, that’s where they were visiting. She had never heard of them, …

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Today I would like to do an update on all the wonderful goals I had planned for Autumn, but as soon as I declare I want to do something it doesn’t happen.  Not to say I’ve been sitting on my arse watching the time go by and with it each spec of dust that lands …

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– Fetch a cup of tea before reading – Week one and I can say my mind is calmer. I suppose my ‘whybut’ idea is like a bullet journal, except it’s more random and messy – which suits me to a T. As soon as there are rules or too much structure I just walk …

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Or what I like to call ‘Whybut?’ When I have a productive/successful week I feel pretty good about myself. When I don’t… Well, I’m never sure what’s wrong. I’ve managed to categorise this into three sections. Three sections which if I can balance right will give me the level of satisfaction I need to not …

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    You know at the end of the year so many people say ‘it doesn’t feel like Christmas’. Well, I think it doesn’t feel like October. Not only because the weather is all kinds of crazy at the moment, and my plants loving it, but because I don’t feel the same as last October. …

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A bottle of wine with rustic packaging. A positive quote in fancy lettering. Make up endorsed by a celeb. A yellow phone. Anything to do with Harry potter. And now Reading glasses that mention my favourite book on the packaging. I don’t actually need glasses, but I went for an eye test and apparently my …

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People dressed up for a snow storm. Snowflake prints, fluffy hoods. Boots, ankle and knee high. Cold wind pushing along the fallen leaves. And here I am, trying to prolong the use of my favourite sandals. At least there are women in cardigans, children walking to school without their jackets, sunglasses, bare legs, harem trousers, people …

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