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Goodbye Blue, Hello Grey

  Sometimes the reality of an idea isn’t quite as amazing as the image you’ve had filling your head.  Despite looking absolutely perfectly and seeming like an excellent idea in your head, some ideas just don’t pan out. I don’t necessarily think it’s a bad thing, if anything for me it’s only made me more …

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IKEA x HAY. YPPERLIG IS HERE.

This is a sponsored post produced in collaboration with IKEA.   It’s funny how a brand so rooted and celebratory in its Scandinavian heritage can feel such an intrinsic part of the way we live our day-to-day lives here in Britain. I can measure my life in pieces of IKEA furniture. At the age of …

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A Living Room Update. Part One.

If truth be told, I didn’t strictly need to do anything to my living room. I just really wanted to. I have a habit of convincing myself things are absolutely essential, if not imperative to my happiness in life. Saying that, there were very real reasons for wanting the living room update, but they definitely …

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Green ambitions.

As a child I had a thing for gardening. I imagine it was spurned on by the arrival of Ground Force on our screens which in turn would lead to a rather strange summer where I took it upon myself to buy Gardener’s World magazine each month. I convinced my mum to let me dig …

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IKEA x HAY. YPPERLIG is coming.

  The 72-piece YPPERLIG (which coincidentally translates rather roughly to ‘excellent’) collection has been created in conjunction with Danish design house HAY. Silhouette and form are paramount to each piece, with HAY’s distinctive items given a new update for the colossal IKEA market. If you’re familiar with HAY then you won’t have to look far …

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Putting Money In The Right Places.

In the process of addressing the financial elements of my life I’ve being using a rather simple system. It involves looking at a bank statement (yes, I know it sounds horrific from the off but bare with) and dividing my purchases into the following three different categories:   1. Unavoidable. Council tax, TV licence, phone …

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