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Our Wedding

Oh hey, remember that time I got married? It was a year ago, to be precise – and if you’d asked me then I’d never have believed it would take me a whole 12 months to get around to writing about it. Even now, I’m not sure why it did. Because I wanted to hold it

Podcast 21: Staying true to your own creative voice, with Helen Stephens

“Your brain goes off in nice creative tangents when you’re not thinking too hard.” Helen’s Instagram | twitter | website | shop (coming soon!)  Shop all of Helen’s books I know I seem to say this every week, but author and illustrator Helen Stephens is truly one of my very best friends. She’s also brilliantly

10 reasons why I’m voting Labour this week

Just a heads up before you read on – I’m getting political here, which is not something I do very often on this blog. If that’s not for you, I totally understand – feel free to skip this post, and normal service will resume tomorrow :).  1. The NHS. I worked for the NHS under

Some comments on Instagram Comment Pods

Comment pods sprung up around a year ago via one of the company’s advocating (and usually also selling) botting growth techniques. The premise is fairly simple: a group of Instagram users join together in DMs and agree to like and comment on one another’s posts. The idea is generally to do this quite promptly – ideally

Outfits from my 20s

I’ve always blogged in some capacity of another.  First there was livejournal – oh, livejournal – and then throughout my 20s a blog called From Wonderland with Love. (It’s long gone now, but there are still a few posts out there on the wayback machine, for those of you curious enough to look.) I didn’t have much

Instagram Resources

Looking for help with your Instagram? You've come to the right place! If you’re looking to grow your Instagram, create the best images you can to find & engage with your true audience, you’re in the right place. I'm not one of those corporate 'social media experts'.  I'm a photographer and a creative with an analytical mind

notes for my daughter: skincare (sponsored)

In my early teens I read a lot of glossy magazines. To say I read them, in fact, implies a passivity that was never quite present; I inhaled them. I devoured them like forgotten religious texts; committed them, noun, verb and predicate, to memory and heart. So it was that by age 16 I was