This time last year Paul and I were in the midst of clearing dishes, plates, and glasses following our traditional ‘Christmas eve family get together’, the recycling boxes were stacked high with empty bottles and the lounge was still covered in books and toys from where the kids had been playing with their cousins. This year is an entirely different story…
My kitchen and living room are both clean and tidy, there’s been no buffet nor family get together and though I rather miss the chaos which is usually Christmas – I’m ever so slightly relieved to have the respite this year as it’s been a really tough time and I’m not exactly the best company at present.…
Following what has been an emotionally draining and difficult month, I took a little break from reading tarot. This week, however, I returned to my ‘tarot table’ and got to grips with a brand new deck, The Insight Tarot which was very kindly sent to me by Schiffer Publishing to shuffle through and to share on this here blog.
Designed and created by Stanislav Reshetnikov, a student of C.G Jung, this beautiful tarot deck is said to be a pathway to clear divination messages, meditation, and psychologic practices which will apparently resonate with all readers.
Born and raised in Moscow, Russia, Stanislav Reshetnikov is a graduate of Moscow Medical Academy with a specialisation in pharmacology and pharmaceutical marketing.…
Having finished school for the Christmas holidays, we enjoyed a celebratory buffet as a ‘bubble family’, and the following day we were spoilt with yet more food as Mum kindly made us all sausage and mash – talk about festive feasting – I really need to watch my waistline!
Although there are still a few days to go until Christmas, we pulled a few crackers and enjoyed some early festive family time together. This year is so far from normal that any joy we can offer the kids, we do so by the bucket full.
Thank you for reading and as always, I look forward to catching up with your #LivingArrows either through your own posts or comments upon this post.…
The winter is long and there isn’t much to do, especially with so many places closed this year, you can’t go to the gym, the cinema, restaurants, or even travel very far. Not to mention you’re probably spending more time than ever before in your home, working or managing the household. Now might be a good time to invest in your property and upgrade it. You could add value to the property and enjoy spaces that are new and better suited to your life activities. Below you’ll find some fantastic renovation ideas.
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Some properties have extensions or outdoor areas that are separated from the main building.…
Welcome to this week’s #MySundaySnapshot post, which is part of a snap-sharing-blog-linky series that you are very welcome to join. Click here for further information and guidelines upon this linky should you wish to take part.
Whilst the majority of the UK are in mid-meltdown following the recent news regarding covid Christmas regulations, I couldn’t care less so long as my family are fit, healthy and happy. If this year has taught me anything, it’s that health is a priority and something which must always come first whatever the occasion.
I’m well aware that people are desperate to see their family and to spend Christmas time together but we need to get real – we are in the middle of a world-wide pandemic, inches away from a vaccine, so why blow it now just for the sake of one day?…