Monthly Archives: July 2014

No time to read? Check out this weeks review of “Bitter Greens” by Kate Forsyth

Kate Forsyth is my favourite author. I might have mentioned before that her Witches of Eileanan series is what kindled the beginnings of my library and reading addiction. So whenever she releases a new book I’m usually waiting eagerly at the … Continue reading

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Exciting announcement!

I’m VERY excited to announce my next e-course, 52 weeks of Adventure and inspiration with Brick Road Creative Studios! This course has been built to help you create a beautiful fun filled year while creating a memorable scrapbook that you can … Continue reading

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My new bestie, Stress

Stress is bad. It makes us look tired, it takes away our sleep, it fills our days with frowns and worry. So why in the world would I want it to be my new bestie?!? I’m glad you asked. Not … Continue reading

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Celebrate with pen and paper! Write someone a letter today

When was the last time you put pen to paper to get in touch with someone? Email, text messaging and instant communication are incredible tools, but what about the personal touch of a handwritten letter? If there was ever going to … Continue reading

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A kitchen wish list

One of the things I love about house hunting is discovering all the different kinds of kitchens on offer. I’m not going to expect my perfect dream kitchen when buying my first home, but that doesn’t mean I can’t have … Continue reading

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Today’s daydreams in pictures

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Postcard exchange taking flight

Image source.  Are you one of those travellers that still picks up some postcards to send home to friends and family telling them about your trip? I do! There have been a few occasions that I have returned home before … Continue reading

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Express your unique style everyday

Unique style is all about expressing yourself through fashion.  Your personal taste for clothes, your interests, inspirations, aspirations and history all play a part in the way you dress. A clever way to always done your unique style is to spend … Continue reading

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No time to read? Check out this weeks review of “Going Dutch” by Katie Fforde

Sometimes you can’t beat a good old fashioned dose of romance. If you like a light but engaging read this is the book for you. It’s full of self exploration and doesn’t dwell on the misfortunes of its characters.  This … Continue reading

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Winter activities, new hobbies, and knowing where to go

There are so many things you can do in winter; skiing snowboarding, bird watching, skating, building snow men, stomping in puddles… Getting outside is great, but in winter I much prefer being inside with a nice warm fire and cup … Continue reading

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