I’m Not Superstitious….But My Laptop Is

The world can be a funny place.  When I had an appointment sent through to me to see my Rheumatologist on Fridat 13th of January…I changed my appointment.  I’m not superstitious, but neither do I like to tempt fate.  This same almost…nearly superstitious nook of my brain had me sat typing furiously just a few days ago saying, “I think…It’s just…I’m not saying anything! DON’T YOU SAY ANYTHING!” to husband, as I worked furiously to try and get a few things off my very quickly dying laptop before it stopped raging against the dying of the light, and went to […]

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Staying In is the new Going Out: How to Save Money and Have a Great Night Out

When you leave your 20’s behind (which I did some time ago), you have more responsibilities, less money, but still an innate desire to socialise.  To spend time with friends and unwind from a busy week.  To celebrate, to commiserate, just to be together.  Even for a non-drinker, a night out at the pub can really hurt the purse strings.  It was that, in part, that prompted myself and J to host Halloween at home.  We had a houseful of friends who were thoroughly fed, watered and entertained.  Here’s a glimpse of how our Halloween bash played out. We went […]

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Silent Sunday Halloween Edition 2nd November 2014 #mysundayphoto #silentsunday

Gothic Halloween makeup

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We’re up all night to get blogging: Here’s to an amazing Autumn

Well space fans, after an idyllic honeymoon with my hubby, it’s now back to real life.  Though not quite sipping virgin cocktails by the pool, it certainly had it’s merits.  After being struck by the muse at about 11pm yesterday, I started sorting things out, going through my inbox, and actually getting very genuinely excited about the coming three months. In bed at just after 3am with hubby snoring away next to me, I have been cooking up a cavalcade of fun, food, fashion, family for the new season.  I won’t give to much away, but I can promise you: […]

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