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Life’s a beach: Postcards from Cape Town

March 13, 2017
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Sometimes the picture paints a thousand words so here’s some of me doing what I love best (playing in nature) on the beach in Cape Town.   Outfit One: Sweaty Betty The rest: Lucas Hugh Jewellery: Sophie Lis  Images: Cape To Byron Photography… Continue reading...
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I’m Style PB’s Woman of The Month

October 22, 2015
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Thank you so much Style PB for making me your woman of the month. I’m honored! Please have a look at my interview below and head over to Style PB’s website for some of the most beautiful and functional sportswear pieces around.  … Continue reading...
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Sun-day, Birthday Weekend (Part III)

April 2, 2015
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After a gloomy Sunday, we were ready to soak up some rays. We hopped into bed hoping for sunlight to wake us up in the morning. Did our wishes come true? Gleefully, they did (as you’d sensibly assume from the title of this post!) and as we’d hoped, we awoke on Monday morning – feeling very smug to have the day off – to a bright blue sky bursting with sunlight. The whole place came alive – the gardens glistened, the guests giggled and even the birds twittered merrily in celebration of the sun. I always feel at least 50 per cent more alive when the sun’s on my skin.… Continue reading...
Travel

The Surprise Destination (Part II of My Birthday Post)

March 30, 2015
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After a morning of munching on many cupcakes, cakes, Quest cakes and croissants my main man whisked me away to Ashford Kent, just a thirty minute train journey from London St Pancreas followed by a five minute taxi to…. The magnificent Eastwell Manor Eastwell Manor is suuuper old. It was first built in 1066 and has lived through two fires, but miraculously, it’s maintained all it’s traditional charm with no obvious signs of any modern updates. The floor boards creak and croak, the exterior stone is weathered and the interior design is delightfully refined and old school – but it’s presented beautifully and nothing is crumbling or cracking – it’s all finished to a high standard.… Continue reading...