Ah the little things. These my darlings are the little somethings that shore us up in monotonous or aggravating times. The little somethings that bring a spark of possibility, inspiration, joy, or sheer luxury to your day.
This then is a list of three of the little things currently brightening my world…
One of things I both love and hate about T.K.Maxx is that when you buy something, you can be pretty certain that you won’t be buying it again for T.K.Maxx is where lovely things go to die. And so it is with this box of AromaWeek Candles I am currently using on my new desk. With one deep
The Let’s Bring Back
This was a treat to myself when I was shopping in Liberty, London and it is quite the most darling of old-fashioned journals celebrating all manner of graceful
~Spend the morning lounging in a dressing gown, eating bonbons, and watching Jean Harlowe films. Bonbons used to be the symbol of glamorous indolence, the vice of the lady of leisure.
~ Use oversize cutlery – it will give your guests the sensation of dining with the Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Fabulous, mais oui? I am using this lovely
The Kenwood Smoothie To Go
I’m juicing. Juicing. Hope you like juicing too! Though green (and red and purple) juices have long been a part of my daily diet, I was getting entirely fed up with dragging out my giant blender and decanting vast amounts of juice into jugs, only for it to go to waste because I was unable to judge how much I was likely to drink. Enter then the Kenwood Smoothie to Go, as recommended by my friend Kath, my go to girl for good advice. I just unscrew the little jug, fill it with fresh veg and a tiny bit of fruit and whizzzzzzz… and there it is, one Alison sized juice I can drink straight from the jug it was blended in. Inspired!
P.S: My current favorite juice? Spinach, cucumber and pear. Green, good-for-you bliss.
I love the way you put “TK Maxx is where lovely things go to die” – it’s so so true!
That mini juicer is inspired! I’ve graduated to keeping my journal on OneNote on my iPad. Which likely explains the decrepit state of my handwriting.
Now, throw in a smallish chunk of ginger….it is ever so tasty!!