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Candles that aren’t money-melting

By On Friday, 5 December 2014

I love burning scented candles. I love their flickering light; their smell. I use them when I bathe, I have one by my bed and my biggest luxury of all – I… Read More

Emily Cheetham of Cheet London
Brit Stuff

Paris Fashion Week: Emily Cheetham, designer & founder of Cheet London

By On Tuesday, 25 November 2014

I happen to live around the corner from the hugely talented – and successful – handbag designer, Emily Cheetham. She has very kindly agreed to do A Day in the Life for… Read More

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House & Home

Blinking broadband

By On Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Anyone else being driven MAD by their broadband not working properly? This one’s for you: FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+E-mail… Read More

Kyanite earrings
Fash

Lustre goes online

By On Thursday, 25 September 2014

I’ve blogged about these guys before and I while I loved their concept of selling semi-precious stones at prices cheaper than most decent costume jewellery (to give you an idea, a pair… Read More

Char Kway Teow Ghim Moh Changmoh Blogger Singapore
Fash

Five Things For September: From Char Kway Teow to Tailor Made Bikinis

By On Monday, 22 September 2014

Here’s my round up of things I’ve taken note of this month. FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+E-mail… Read More

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My Edits

Audio Books Are Where It’s At: Lean In

By On Friday, 12 September 2014

I used not to be a massive fan of audio books, thinking they were mainly for children and grandmothers, but a school run that takes me a full 60 minutes to complete,… Read More

Chanel F14 candy necklace and bracelet
Brit Stuff

Tuck Shop Candy & Chanel

By On Tuesday, 9 September 2014

There is something about getting to the front of a queue that makes the hideous, time-wasting, waiting bit of it all, almost worth it. I can’t think of a better example of… Read More