Interviews

INSPIRING PEOPLE

I have been lucky enough to interview some amazing people in my role as journalist and editor. As I spend some time filling boxes (we are moving very soon) and being ever-so-slightly sentimental about what we keep and what we recycle I have been reminded of this and wanted to share just a handful of …

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Family

LESSONS I HAVE LEARNED FROM MY DOG

I am a reflector on life. I re-play, re-imagine and over think, much to the annoyance of Husband. However, positivity is something I strive towards. Don’t get me wrong it’s not always easy but I have come to count my blessings every day. Currently that is the breeze that has appeared in our back garden …

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Style

A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS

This month I am missing my G&T so thought it only appropriate that I include one of my favourites from Surrey based Silent Pool. Ok, so those of you who know me will note that I may have been swayed by the stunning bottle(s) which make amazing stem vases, but the fell in love with …

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Travel

ON THE BEACH

Part of the de Savary hotel group, the Cary Arms & Spa family counts Mount Cinnamon and Port Louis (Grenada) and the Vanderbilt Residences (Rhode Island) as part of its family. Our expectations were high for The Inn on the Beach in Babbacombe, Devon. This was not our first time here, previously spending a sun-filled …

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Travel

ANOTHER PLACE

As a growing family we are always looking for new places to visit, stay and explore. The Lake District is not a new one for us, Husband having spent a lot of his formative years in Coniston and myself three-years of university at Lancaster. Looking for lovely dog-friendly hotels and cottages is getting easier, but …

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Food & Drink

AN ODE TO GIN

Gin and tonic has been my elixir of choice since there was only really a choice of Gordon’s or Bombay Sapphire. But it has to be a French (or as it has become known in our household ‘dad-sized measure’) and it has to be served over ice with the correct accompaniment. Do not mix up …

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