Hello! How is everyone? I have been busy being calm recently. Extremely occupied doing nothing much but sitting back and looking at life. I am well into the second month of my daily yoga practice, and it seems to be messing with my head in the most positive sense possible. Because for the last two […]
Do you know that poem about how you don’t own your children? When I read it for the first time, pregnant with Lil’ L, a little more than five years ago, I found it hard to comprehend. How would I not feel ownership of someone whom I made, who for the longest time (so far) […]
Buying too many bananas on a Monday, so you HAVE TO bake banana bread by the end of the week* Blowing bubbles in the bath Getting your heels down easily in downward dog Pinterest Starting the day with a glass of water and a few squeezes of fresh lime Putting moisturizer on your feet before […]
For the first time in history, British Vogue archive images are now available as art prints. With works dating back to the Forties, Fifties and Sixties, taken by photographers including Cecil Beaton and Henry Clarke, the collection includes 60 images, with additional works to be added at later dates.
In my quest to become an avid yogi, I am trying styles and classes I have previously ignored. Like hot yoga. Because who in their right mind would want to exercise in tiny pants? Unless they are ridiculously fit and incredibly confident, maybe. I am neither. But once I had gotten my head around the […]
Because I am so incredibly fashion forward, I receive Matches Fashion’s customised email newsletter. Or maybe I once ordered a pair of flip flops and have since been on their automated mailing list – who knows? The other day, this popped into my inbox:
We are back – and with us the dreaded jet lag. Funnily (not really funny) though, it seems to only have affected the Pea. Whilst the rest of the family could happily snooze day & night, the Pea wakes every couple of hours with a startled scream, yelling at the top of her lungs. With […]
It’s been more than four months since I returned from my little solitary adventure to Kamalaya. When I had just arrived back in London, I felt like a changed person. Not only that, I felt like I wanted to change the world. And a little surprisingly – to me at least – I still do.
Just a little note to let you know a) I am still here, b) I still love you and c) you guys are fantastic!*
The new babyGap and Paddington bear collection will melt your heart. Or make you broody like crazy – if only to have a little one to put into those super adorable pieces.