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    August 18, 2020

    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL.

    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL. Was nowhere near long enough. I haven’t been to Cornwall for years and with a memory like a sieve I’d quickly forgotten how incredible it is. We’d booked our trip last year, deciding a staycation with the dogs would be a lovely way to celebrate my birthday. I shotgunned Cornwall because I knew[...]
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    July 1, 2020

    LOCKDOWN LOWS.

    LOCKDOWN LOWS. I went to bed last night on approximately the hundredth day of lockdown, I said to myself that I would wake up this morning and be productive.  And then it was this morning, and I woke up and couldn’t feel less enthused about anything. As lockdown goes on I feel myself slipping more and[...]
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    May 5, 2020

    THE GIRL WHO READ…

    THE GIRL WHO READ: THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. Okay no holes barred. I LOVED THIS BOOK. Thank you J.K. Rowling from stepping away from the repetitive nature of the first two and giving this one it’s chance to fly. I devoured every single page. The first chapter few chapters were bloody brilliant. Harry blowing up[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS. THE GIRL WHO READ… A peculiar elf tells Harry to expect trouble during his second year at Hogwarts, but nothing can prepare him for trees that fight back, flying cars, spiders that talk and deadly warnings written in blood on the walls of the[...]

WONDERFULYOU 2017

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDRA CAMERON

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    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL.

    August 18, 2020
    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL. Was nowhere near long enough. I haven’t been to Cornwall for years and with a memory like a sieve I’d quickly forgotten how incredible it is. We’d booked our trip last year, deciding a staycation with the dogs would be a lovely way to celebrate my birthday. I shotgunned Cornwall because I knew[...]
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    LOCKDOWN LOWS.

    July 1, 2020
    LOCKDOWN LOWS. I went to bed last night on approximately the hundredth day of lockdown, I said to myself that I would wake up this morning and be productive.  And then it was this morning, and I woke up and couldn’t feel less enthused about anything. As lockdown goes on I feel myself slipping more and[...]
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    June 6, 2020

    SUGAR FREE FLAPJACKS.

    SUGAR FREE FLAPJACKS. Last year I was diagnosed with Candida (read more here) and I mentioned sharing some simple sugar and yeast free recipes that have been my go-to since. So here we are! When cutting out two huge food ingredients it can be challenging to feel like you’re ever having a ‘treat’. But these[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. Okay no holes barred. I LOVED THIS BOOK. Thank you J.K. Rowling from stepping away from the repetitive nature of the first two and giving this one it’s chance to fly. I devoured every single page. The first chapter few chapters were bloody brilliant. Harry blowing up[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS. THE GIRL WHO READ… A peculiar elf tells Harry to expect trouble during his second year at Hogwarts, but nothing can prepare him for trees that fight back, flying cars, spiders that talk and deadly warnings written in blood on the walls of the[...]

WONDERFULYOU 2017

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDRA CAMERON

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    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL.

    August 18, 2020
    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL. Was nowhere near long enough. I haven’t been to Cornwall for years and with a memory like a sieve I’d quickly forgotten how incredible it is. We’d booked our trip last year, deciding a staycation with the dogs would be a lovely way to celebrate my birthday. I shotgunned Cornwall because I knew[...]
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    July 1, 2020
    LOCKDOWN LOWS. I went to bed last night on approximately the hundredth day of lockdown, I said to myself that I would wake up this morning and be productive.  And then it was this morning, and I woke up and couldn’t feel less enthused about anything. As lockdown goes on I feel myself slipping more and[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. Okay no holes barred. I LOVED THIS BOOK. Thank you J.K. Rowling from stepping away from the repetitive nature of the first two and giving this one it’s chance to fly. I devoured every single page. The first chapter few chapters were bloody brilliant. Harry blowing up[...]
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    May 1, 2020
    THE GIRL WHO READ: HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS. THE GIRL WHO READ… A peculiar elf tells Harry to expect trouble during his second year at Hogwarts, but nothing can prepare him for trees that fight back, flying cars, spiders that talk and deadly warnings written in blood on the walls of the[...]
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    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL.

    August 18, 2020
    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL. Was nowhere near long enough. I haven’t been to Cornwall for years and with a memory like a sieve I’d quickly forgotten how incredible it is. We’d booked our trip last year, deciding a staycation with the dogs would be a lovely way to celebrate my birthday. I shotgunned Cornwall because I knew[...]
  •  

    LOCKDOWN LOWS.

    July 1, 2020
    LOCKDOWN LOWS. I went to bed last night on approximately the hundredth day of lockdown, I said to myself that I would wake up this morning and be productive.  And then it was this morning, and I woke up and couldn’t feel less enthused about anything. As lockdown goes on I feel myself slipping more and[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. Okay no holes barred. I LOVED THIS BOOK. Thank you J.K. Rowling from stepping away from the repetitive nature of the first two and giving this one it’s chance to fly. I devoured every single page. The first chapter few chapters were bloody brilliant. Harry blowing up[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS. THE GIRL WHO READ… A peculiar elf tells Harry to expect trouble during his second year at Hogwarts, but nothing can prepare him for trees that fight back, flying cars, spiders that talk and deadly warnings written in blood on the walls of the[...]
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    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL.

    August 18, 2020
    48 HOURS IN CORNWALL. Was nowhere near long enough. I haven’t been to Cornwall for years and with a memory like a sieve I’d quickly forgotten how incredible it is. We’d booked our trip last year, deciding a staycation with the dogs would be a lovely way to celebrate my birthday. I shotgunned Cornwall because I knew[...]
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    LOCKDOWN LOWS.

    July 1, 2020
    LOCKDOWN LOWS. I went to bed last night on approximately the hundredth day of lockdown, I said to myself that I would wake up this morning and be productive.  And then it was this morning, and I woke up and couldn’t feel less enthused about anything. As lockdown goes on I feel myself slipping more and[...]
  •  

    THE GIRL WHO READ: THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. Okay no holes barred. I LOVED THIS BOOK. Thank you J.K. Rowling from stepping away from the repetitive nature of the first two and giving this one it’s chance to fly. I devoured every single page. The first chapter few chapters were bloody brilliant. Harry blowing up[...]
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    THE GIRL WHO READ: HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS. THE GIRL WHO READ… A peculiar elf tells Harry to expect trouble during his second year at Hogwarts, but nothing can prepare him for trees that fight back, flying cars, spiders that talk and deadly warnings written in blood on the walls of the[...]