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It’s pouring with rain (again) in London. Today feels like a day to cosy up and treat yourself. If there were ever a day to skip the ..read more
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I escaped the biblical rain in London and fled to the Greek isles for an autumnal escape. After a short flight and bumpy motorboat, we ..read more
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Some things are just too good to keep under wraps. Sometimes when you find that secret weapon, that thing that makes you feel like the ..read more
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It would be a crime to go to Cornwall and not completely pig out on the local produce. The veggies, the pastries, the cream teas, but ..read more
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Last time I told you all about our Cornish adventures, the beaches, the restaurants, all the good stuff. But I do have one more secret ..read more
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I always get a bit blue towards the end of summer. We hit August and everyone starts talking about autumn, the shops swap dresses for ..read more
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The only person more excited to start weaning than me, was Lily. They say to start at 6 months or when the baby shows “signs of ..read more
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Should you fancy a short break away, a long weekend perhaps, somewhere easy to get to, with wonderful food, pretty streets for wandering ..read more
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Gordes (pronounced “Gord”, so worthy of many a pun) is one of Provence’s prettiest villages. A dusting of golden houses, sprinkled ..read more
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Much of the joy of summer in Provence comes from simple pleasures. Crusty warm bread from the boulangerie, sun kissed tomatoes so good ..read more

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