The importance of having a ME day
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The importance of having a ME day

Life at the moment is a little hit and miss. Probably more miss than hit, if I’m being honest, but I refuse to let it get the better of me. I need to focus on good things, no matter how small they are; such managing to buy myself a huge bag of Blueberry Pancake tea from the Bluebird Tea Co. before it got taken out of the store, or thoroughly enjoying Beauty & the Beast at the cinema, and even…

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Spring blooms
Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Spring blooms

This past weekend I took a drive up to Oxburgh Hall for a walk-around as they always have such a wonderful carpet of snowdrops all through the grounds. The trees may still be bare but seeing endless clusters of these beautiful little flowers are a nice reminder that spring is creeping in.

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January
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January

Well. January has certainly been a month, hasn’t it? You’d have to be willfully ignorant to not see the state the world is right now; home and abroad is in chaos and it’s all so overwhelming that I’ve had to shut myself off from most social media for a while just so I can breathe. On a smaller, less globally terrifying scale, I have a few goals to work on for this year: Get focused on my studying and finish…

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Frosty mornings
naturish

Frosty mornings

These are the kind of days that make me love winter. When the sky is clear and there is a bite in the air that makes you want to snuggle into your scarf. Everything is crusted with a pure white frost that makes even the deadest of dead plants look beautiful. I think frost can make anything look beautiful

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