We are all guilty of looking through our wardrobes and thinking, “I have nothing to wear”. I’m trying to do that as little as possible this year (one of many resolutions) and am instead trying to find ways to recycle my favourites. It’s a hard thing to do when you are going through a bit of a style evolution.
The last time I put a recipe post up on the blog, it went over a treat, so I thought I might make it a more regular thing. Be prepared though- if you are watching this space waiting for dinner ideas or lunch inspiration, you’re going to be disappointed. I have a massive sweet tooth, so when I get busy in the kitchen it’s usually for desserts.
Ballroom dancing has been flirting with the edges of my life for quite some time now. Of course, ballet was always my “thing”, but I suppose it was on my radar because my ballet teacher’s daughter was a keen ballroom dancer.
If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you’ll know I’m a bit fan of white and blue. As we near the end of our warm-weather season, and khakis and blacks start filling shelves, I’m taking as many opportunities as I can to squeeze in time in bright, happy and fresh colours.
Summer is usually my favourite season. Long days, more ice cream, time with my family and Christmas mean I spend most of the rest of the year looking forward to it.
I am constantly reading things about how uncomfortable women find bras, and how fantastic it is when you’re home alone and can go without one. Personally, I’ve never had such an issue with my underwear… but can we talk about how uncomfortable jeans can be? Denim just doesn’t want to go with the flow, and it’s impossible to relax in. Or how about fitted tops or dresses that are your food baby’s worst enemy? Or a pretty blouse that you know will crease the minute you sit down in it?
Hi everyone! This is just a little mid-week post to share with you all the photo diary from my recent birthday weekend. I headed down to my favourite place, Byron Bay, for some quality time with a few girlfriends.
Fun fact that I may not have mentioned on the blog before- I’m an avid baker. Actually just a total foodie, but I love cooking and specifically baking. When I was a teenager I was often home on holidays when my parents had no time off, and I’d spend my days home alone. I would bake or cook until my parents got home, and it reached a point when my mum actually threw it out there that maybe if Ballet didn’t work, I should look at baking or cooking as a potential career path.
Let me introduce you to Elegance and Joy, a new jewellery brand with a twist.
I think anyone who knows me can attest the fact that I am a huge jewellery fan, which is kind of lucky considering this is the third brand I’ve been approached by and collaborated with on The Professional Cinderella.
It must be said, I haven’t owned a backpack since my last day of school over 12 years ago. In the years since I’ve probably had Occassion to use every other type of bag known to man, but never a backpack.