Let’s be honest, no one likes returning to reality after a memorable holiday, where you’ve eaten and drunk like kings and queens, explored new and interesting places, and expanded your cultural horizons.
I spent under £70 and created a nautical themed bathroom suite in my rented apartment.
Jordan and I are finally sitting down with a glass of red after our epic three hour round trip to the Scandinavian themed home store in Croydon. Shattered and ready for bed, we have come home empty handed, all bar a few deals: our wine glasses, new cutlery and a few new pillow cases.
There is something remarkably comforting about retail therapy, especially when it comes to products that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
This month, I'd like to celebrate the things that have made me smile, the things that have taught me new lessons or inspired me in the hope that they will also encourage a similar reaction for you.
Yesterday I had my first exciting present sent to me in the post. A beautifully crafted poster of the world, perfect for my wall in my walkthrough wardrobe (not walk-in because you technically have to walk through it to get out of the bathroom).
Monday morning is the start of a new week. It's not usually everybody's cup of tea as it signifies the beginning of unwanted chores, such as going back to work after a weekend off, or battling with that dreaded load of washing that has been piling up gradually on your chair. Everyone knows the chair. [...]
This week I want to address those things about adulthood that seems to scare us the most and offer some life hacks that might make the transition easier for those of you moving home.
***Re-posted from roaminteriors.wordpress.com*** It's undoubtedly that time of year you feel an itch for change, be it a career change, a new home, or something else. A lot of us, however, do not have the excess of readily available cash due to that over-indulgent holiday in December. To be happy in change we do not [...]