If you’ve read my blog so far this year, you’ll know that my aim for 2017 is to invest more in self care. I actually wrote a post explaining a little more about this, which you can read here: ‘What is Self Care and Why is it my 2017 Focus?‘. In it, I explored some of the ways in which you can invest in self care, one of which was to sign up to a monthly subscription. So I thought I’d let you know about some of the subscriptions I’d personally recommend, if you’re into similar things to me.
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I’ve been into crafts ever since I remember, and now that I’m working on making more time for myself to do more things for me, I’ll be spending more time on crafting. I’d never tried lino cutting, however, so when I was invited to join a group of fellow bloggers and learn how to do so, I jumped at the chance!
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This time of year always inspires me to create – whether it’s crafting in my study, or growing something gorgeous in my garden.
Here are some of my favourite spring themed crafts for adults, so if like me you fancy creating something spring themed and are short of ideas, you can get cracking without having to waste precious crafting time on deciding what to do!
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Every year we see lots of posts on social networks showing off how much someone has spent for Christmas or how much someone has had spent on them. If you want to spend and can spend that much, that’s fine, but if you can’t, there shouldn’t be the pressure to go beyond your means.
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With a new year, comes new projects, and a lot of people have started Project Life for their new hobby in 2015. Partly to do with the growing popularity of planners, partly to do with YouTubers & Bloggers such as Lily Pebbles and Sprinkle of Glitter, and partly because it’s a fun idea.
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