All things honey

Nathan and I ventured to the Blenheim Palace food festival this summer, and stopped by The Oxford Honey Company stand. We tasted all the honeys they had on offer, and I have to say it really opened my eyes to just how different one type of honey can taste from another! It reminded me of the … More All things honey

Holiday reading: The Husband’s Secret, Liane Moriarty and Daughter, Jane Shemilt

When I finished my English degree, my urge to pick up a book dropped ten-fold, particularly as I felt the pressure to continue with classics and intellectually stimulating literature when all I wanted to do was curl up with Netflix and a glass of wine. Last year I vowed to change this, and to make a good start … More Holiday reading: The Husband’s Secret, Liane Moriarty and Daughter, Jane Shemilt

Maslinica, Croatia

I didn’t think we’d get a summer holiday abroad this year, but Nathan’s parents kindly invited us along for a week in the sun with them in Croatia. The few months in the run up to the holiday, for various reasons, were some of the most stressful I’ve ever had. I was so ready for … More Maslinica, Croatia

Early Bird

I stumbled across a charming blog this week, Muted Mornings, which has inspired me to write this post embracing my body clock. I think I’ve got what they call a ‘Type A’ personality, where as soon as I’m awake my mind starts buzzing with everything I need/want to be doing that day. It’s a blessing and a curse! … More Early Bird