Plants a’Plenty: Whats in season this January

Happy January – this is my favourite month! Hint: It’s because of my birthday!   Lets get into it.   Basil: Oh you humble yet delicious herb. Pair me with cheese, tomato, cucumber, mint, apple and basically any cocktail that could use freshening up. Plant me anywhere warm and give me some water. Yum, yum,…

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A few of my favourite things 2018

  Unintentional mushrooms.   Frida (the movie).   The fact that I actually sat down and JUST watched a movie (usually I multi-task, and end up enjoying nothing).   A delicious and nutritious meal. Full of yummy things like pine nuts, blue cheese, apples and mussels.   Greek yogurt.   A warm cool evening (how…

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Knitting for beginners: 5 tips

Hello lovelies! I taught myself to knit, and learnt a lot of life lessons along the way – something which surprised the heck out of me and made learning to knit all the more meaningful. I have failed at making a cardigan, jumper and cable knit scarf (although I’m still attempting that one). I love…

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Holiday Gift Guide 2017

A few cool things I have found whilst living and perusing the Internet. Some of these gifts excite me so much, but I don’t have anyone quite right people to give them too – please give someone theses gifts! For the creative types: 1. Sarah K Benning (find her on instagram or etsy) makes amazing…

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Plants a’Plenty: What’s in season this December

December is such an exciting time for me. We have the lead up to Christmas, the beginning of summer, so many birthdays (for me that’s a lot of twenty first’s this year!) and so many delicious fruit come into season! Here are my favourites:  Cherries! Oh my gawd. A traditional Christmas fruit in the Gough household,…

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Morning routine

I’ve decided to do something a little different today. I’ve painted! Some of you may know that I am an amateur water-colourist. I like messing about with water and colour in my spare time. I’m usually into making abstract things where the colour and textures take centre stage – because I can’t draw! Today though…

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Brie vs. Camembert

Both are cheese. Both are round, mild and creamy. They are usually next to each other at the supermarket or cheese stall. Camembert and Brie both sound Frenchy, and in fact both are French. So… um like what is the difference? Honestly, previous to researching this post I could not tell them apart on a…

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