Are we just starting to see the first peeks of Spring in the air? Have you been working from home with the heating on all Winter? The energy bills sure do rack up don’t they?
We’ve recently moved from a nicely insulated new build in to a drafty 100yr old house so all winter we have had one eye on the energy bill as it certainly is worry for a lot of us working from home so here are few more money saving tips…..
Paris, the city of romance and adventure. It’s an amazing city to visit all year round but of course some seasons are of more interest to some people. I like Paris in Autumn as the burning orange leaves line the River Seine and the lights start to twinkle earlier on a night time, but there’s something relaxing about visiting in Summer and chilling out on the grass and soaking in all of the wonderful sites and sounds around you.
So, when is the best time to visit Paris?
As the nights draw in and it gets darker earlier, I am sure we are all dying to get home after work and get our snuggliest PJs and dressing gown on and cosy up with a good old TV box set.
JD Williams have it locked down this year with everything you need to keep warm!
I got married at the end of October. Yes, Spring and Summer weddings are pretty and warm and sunny but we both agreed that they sounded like hell. No one wants to sweat to death in a posh frock or suit all day or squint in to the camera for the photos – no, not our thing! Hurrah for Winter Weddings!
We got married in a castle and we think it perfectly suited the wintery weather as it meant we could decorate with beautiful church candles and the whole day felt cosy and so pretty. Even if I could get married again, it would still be in the colder months. Flying the flag for off-season nuptials, I have 3 stunning winter weddings to show you.
At this time of year I want to surround myself with everything Christmassy. Morning, noon and night.
As variety is the spice of life, I have been working my way through the I Love… Lots of Bubbles set