International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality. – http://www.internationalwomensday.com International women’s day is marked to celebrate … More International Women’s Day 2021
I know that for many of us this World Book Day will be different, some of us will still be in school teaching whilst others will be distance learning. However, World Book Day will still go on and it is something that can still be enjoyed and what better time to enjoy it! This year … More Is there Room on the Broom this World Book Day?
Have you ever just had the urge to be good at something that you are simply horrible at? Well, for me that is baking. I cannot bake, like, at all. I am nervous every time I come to try it, it is an art, and I am not an artist. I am too heavy handed … More Learning how to bake: Oat and Cranberry Flapjack
June More than ever it is important to protect your mental health. Why don’t you have a go at some Hygge activites, and change your daily lockdown routine! If you want to know more about Hygge click here —>> We tried the Hygge Challenge Previous Challenges May Hygge Week April Hygge Week March Hygge Week February … More June Hygge Week
14/04/2020 Have you ever just had the urge to be good at something that you are simply horrible at? Well, for me that is baking. I cannot bake, like, at all. I am nervous every time I come to try it, it is an art, and I am not an artist. I am too heavy … More Learning how to bake: Raspberry Bakewell Slice
Hands up if you are bored of being in lockdown and need some entertainment. *puts hand up* There came a point in May where we became so creatively dried up that we needed a boost. Something to spark the imagination, bring joy and passion back to the every day, so we created the Lockdown Photo … More Lockdown Photo Challenge
May Ok I know, it’s towards the end of June, but I am just going to go ahead and blame the Corona… I have found it difficult to keep to a solid posting routine and some things have had to be moved around. I apologise. More than ever it is important to protect your mental … More May Hygge Week
If you are familiar with some of my other posts you will be aware that I enjoy trying new things and challenging myself. If not, (shameless plug) go and check them out… So I thought origami, yea how hard can that be? Answer: INCREDIBLY, it is so hard, well it is for a heavy handed … More Origami: it’s folding some paper, how hard can it be?
FINALLY we have made another episode of The Graceless Living Podcast and I know it’s been a while but I blame Jon. During this episode Jon & Jess talk about creativity, motivation and work ethic.
Spring: it’s still raining a lot of the time, and we still need our blankets, warm drinks and books. Then again, there are glorious days of sunshine, birds singing their songs, and picnics in the park (when we are not in lockdown). There is so much Hygge can bring to Spring. Hygge is not just for … More My Spring Hygge Essentials