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    DON’T BECOME A RECLUSE. I always said to myself I didn’t need to live in London to be a ~successful~ blogger (whatever that means). When the blogging world became a thing, it was all about attending every single press launch, being part of a strong, buzzing community. As the years went on this slowly dissipated.[...]
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    April 15, 2019

    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA.

    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA. I don’t want to start sounding like a broken record – I feel like I begin a lot of my blog posts recently with ‘I’ve had ill health for the last ten years’. Undiagnosed illnesses are monotonous and draining and writing about it can feel just as strenuous. That being said,[...]
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    January 14, 2019

    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS.

    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS. I don’t tend to make New Years resolutions, but I do find myself applying a mantra to each year that rolls around. An intention, if you will. This year I vow to: Give Less. Give less of me. Specifically to other people. I feel things very deeply. I struggle with intense anxiety every[...]
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    ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIAGNOSIS & RECOVERY. You may have already read my ‘Living with an undiagnosed condition’ blog post. If not, have a click through here and catch up on all the good stuff (lol). In short for the last ten years I’ve been living with undiagnosed, ill health. I spoke about the situation openly but when[...]

WONDERFULYOU 2017

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDRA CAMERON

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    DON’T BECOME A RECLUSE. I always said to myself I didn’t need to live in London to be a ~successful~ blogger (whatever that means). When the blogging world became a thing, it was all about attending every single press launch, being part of a strong, buzzing community. As the years went on this slowly dissipated.[...]
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    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA. I don’t want to start sounding like a broken record – I feel like I begin a lot of my blog posts recently with ‘I’ve had ill health for the last ten years’. Undiagnosed illnesses are monotonous and draining and writing about it can feel just as strenuous. That being said,[...]
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    February 14, 2019

    BETWEEN THE SHEETS.

    BETWEEN THE SHEETS. Paid Collaboration with eve sleep. Over the next few weeks I’ll be chatting all things sleep. It’s one of, if not the most important thing we do, and for me, it all starts with a great mattress. I live alone but often have a sleepover buddy in the form of Jamie. Whilst[...]
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    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS.

    January 14, 2019
    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS. I don’t tend to make New Years resolutions, but I do find myself applying a mantra to each year that rolls around. An intention, if you will. This year I vow to: Give Less. Give less of me. Specifically to other people. I feel things very deeply. I struggle with intense anxiety every[...]
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    ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIAGNOSIS & RECOVERY. You may have already read my ‘Living with an undiagnosed condition’ blog post. If not, have a click through here and catch up on all the good stuff (lol). In short for the last ten years I’ve been living with undiagnosed, ill health. I spoke about the situation openly but when[...]

WONDERFULYOU 2017

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDRA CAMERON

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    DON’T BECOME A RECLUSE. I always said to myself I didn’t need to live in London to be a ~successful~ blogger (whatever that means). When the blogging world became a thing, it was all about attending every single press launch, being part of a strong, buzzing community. As the years went on this slowly dissipated.[...]
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    April 15, 2019
    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA. I don’t want to start sounding like a broken record – I feel like I begin a lot of my blog posts recently with ‘I’ve had ill health for the last ten years’. Undiagnosed illnesses are monotonous and draining and writing about it can feel just as strenuous. That being said,[...]
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    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS.

    January 14, 2019
    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS. I don’t tend to make New Years resolutions, but I do find myself applying a mantra to each year that rolls around. An intention, if you will. This year I vow to: Give Less. Give less of me. Specifically to other people. I feel things very deeply. I struggle with intense anxiety every[...]
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    January 8, 2019
    ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIAGNOSIS & RECOVERY. You may have already read my ‘Living with an undiagnosed condition’ blog post. If not, have a click through here and catch up on all the good stuff (lol). In short for the last ten years I’ve been living with undiagnosed, ill health. I spoke about the situation openly but when[...]
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    DON’T BECOME A RECLUSE. I always said to myself I didn’t need to live in London to be a ~successful~ blogger (whatever that means). When the blogging world became a thing, it was all about attending every single press launch, being part of a strong, buzzing community. As the years went on this slowly dissipated.[...]
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    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA. I don’t want to start sounding like a broken record – I feel like I begin a lot of my blog posts recently with ‘I’ve had ill health for the last ten years’. Undiagnosed illnesses are monotonous and draining and writing about it can feel just as strenuous. That being said,[...]
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    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS.

    January 14, 2019
    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS. I don’t tend to make New Years resolutions, but I do find myself applying a mantra to each year that rolls around. An intention, if you will. This year I vow to: Give Less. Give less of me. Specifically to other people. I feel things very deeply. I struggle with intense anxiety every[...]
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    ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIAGNOSIS & RECOVERY. You may have already read my ‘Living with an undiagnosed condition’ blog post. If not, have a click through here and catch up on all the good stuff (lol). In short for the last ten years I’ve been living with undiagnosed, ill health. I spoke about the situation openly but when[...]
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    DON’T BECOME A RECLUSE. I always said to myself I didn’t need to live in London to be a ~successful~ blogger (whatever that means). When the blogging world became a thing, it was all about attending every single press launch, being part of a strong, buzzing community. As the years went on this slowly dissipated.[...]
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    BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANDIDA. I don’t want to start sounding like a broken record – I feel like I begin a lot of my blog posts recently with ‘I’ve had ill health for the last ten years’. Undiagnosed illnesses are monotonous and draining and writing about it can feel just as strenuous. That being said,[...]
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    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS.

    January 14, 2019
    NEW YEAR: GIVE LESS. I don’t tend to make New Years resolutions, but I do find myself applying a mantra to each year that rolls around. An intention, if you will. This year I vow to: Give Less. Give less of me. Specifically to other people. I feel things very deeply. I struggle with intense anxiety every[...]
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    ENDOMETRIOSIS: DIAGNOSIS & RECOVERY. You may have already read my ‘Living with an undiagnosed condition’ blog post. If not, have a click through here and catch up on all the good stuff (lol). In short for the last ten years I’ve been living with undiagnosed, ill health. I spoke about the situation openly but when[...]