Are Forever Flowers the answer to all our prayers? I love flowers, but I am seriously bad at looking after them and keeping them alive – I do not possess green fingers at all. Thankfully, there’s a whole variety of companies popping up that sell preserved flowers that last for a whole year and don’t need any maintenance … result!
The Happiness Planner is here! Living with a chronic illness is hard. It’s really hard. You spend a lot of time resting and in your own company and that gives you a lot of time to think, which isn’t always a good thing. When you live in constant pain, it’s very easy to slide into a pit of depression, to feel sorry for yourself and to become quite negative about life. I don’t want to go down that route, so I decided to focus on the happy things in life and to try build a more positive mindset.
This post is a little bit different. It’s not about beauty, it’s about life. My life. I’ve become aware of many bloggers who, like me, live with a chronic illness. Blogging gives us an outlet, has opened up opportunities we would never have had, and even led to friendships.
If you read my post on Harvey Nichols, you will know that the Boy and I recently took a trip over to Leeds. I really wanted to go see the Victoria Quarter (where Harvey Nics is located), so today I am going to share parts of our visit with you all.
The Boy took some time off work recently, and on his final day off, we set off in the car to go sample the delights of Leeds. We didn’t have an awful lot of time, so we decided to concentrate on the Victoria Quarter and in particular, on Harvey Nichols. As a girl who normally goes to Selfridges, I did feel like I was being a little bit unfaithful, but I soon got over this as soon as I saw the goodies inside.