Five Minute Friday = prompt word, five minutes, just write. No overthinking, no over complicating. This weeks prompt word: STUCK Now theres a word I can relate to. "I feel stuck" is a phrase I'll say all dramatically quite often - more often than I'd like - to myself, to God, to anyone who's bothered to … Continue reading Five Minute Friday – Stuck
Good without the bad ain't no good at all. Everything Must Go Hi friends - if you've joined me here for a while you'll be familiar with my What I Found posts. These are simply a way of paying attention to my right now life and being thankful for all of it. The lovely, the … Continue reading What I Found this Summer
With Christmas over for another year the kids as always were a bit forlorn. I on the other hand was elated. Not because I don't love Christmas but because I get my house back. Well as much back as it will ever be. If Christmas is all about the children than January HAS to be all … Continue reading Taking Back the House
One of the things I quite often have a whinge to the husband about is his tendency to start a project and then not finish it. We've had words Many of them. And I have to say that finally he IS improving in that regard - we both are. See I'm quite good at the … Continue reading On Best Laid Plans, Slow Progress and Finishing Already
I've been thinking a lot since I wrote this post. Thinking and staring into cupboards and rifling through drawers and wondering if I've even scraped the surface of this decluttering thing. I'm convinced less is more My heart says yes but my cupboards aren't so sure and the drawers say not even nearly. I'm no hoarder, … Continue reading More or Less Part Two
"For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it" Ivan Panin I know, I know its just an ordinary old tap attached to a nondescript brick wall. Nothing interesting here except that I've not had a tap on this wall or in any vicinity of my back yard now for over ten years. So … Continue reading #MySundayPhoto – What Progress Looks Like
Because when things aren’t perfect, which is always, you have to choose what you are going to focus on. Myquillyn Smith By happy accident, I now have a new favourite reading place. My husband started a project totally uninstigated by me, at the far end of our back room - this happens to be … Continue reading #MySundayPhoto – The Reading Nook
Some pieces of furniture just seem to suit your house and life right down to the ground and this chairs one.