It’s everywhere in the news and documentaries. Plastic is polluting and destroying our planet. The need to remove plastic from single use consumption has never been greater, and movements from the government to consumers is starting to make a dent in this overwhelming task. But the task is ever greater. As seen on the BBC… Continue reading Plastic-Free Living and Chronic Illness
Well, life’s a funny old thing. One minute you’re coping with life with chronic illness (or in my case illnesses, plural), the next you find out you have cancer. Yes, seriously. I wish I could laugh about it, but finding out that the lump in my breast was a tumour, and that I actually had… Continue reading Chronic Illness and My Cancer Diagnosis
No matter who you are, or what size you are, accessories will always fit (at least that’s what I tell myself). It is the number one way to transform an outfit and to put a stamp on your own personal style. To quote Patsy from Absolutely Fabulous:
Vintage knitting patterns are a great source of inspiration to knitter, designers and historians. Here are Ten Top Tips to help you work out the year they were published. Source: Ten Top Tips on How to Date Vintage Knitting Patterns | hubpages
Although Spring may still be a couple of months away, it feels good to think about the warmer weather and longer days. We won’t need to wrap up so warmly or need the central heating on, or a fire burning in the fireplace.
Did anyone watch My Mother and Other Strangers last night? What did you think of the first episode?