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Was Looking for Insurance…

There are many things to consider when it comes to ensuring the safety of you and your family. One way that you can protect yourself is by obtaining good insurance that fits your needs. Insurance is necessary in today’s times. When you are looking for quality insurance you should weight your options carefully. There are […]

MY NORFOLK BUCKET LIST

I mentioned creating a Norfolk bucket list in my New Year resolution post. I put it out there on Twitter and loads of you lovely lot made some suggestions. I’ve added a few things that I have already done. Mainly because they’re rather iconic for Norfolk and if you ever visit you should probably have them on your list. […]

HOW TO DEAL WITH AN INTROVERT

Sometimes I don’t feel like I should post because I don’t have beautiful images to share. But I realise how silly that sounds, after all, this is my blog and a few years ago I would have happily just shared my thoughts. So today I will give you a picture of some cows and some […]

SOME SPARKLY NEWS…

I’m sure most of you have seen the news on Instagram, but for those that haven’t I can’t keep quiet about it any longer. And it seems silly to post about our holiday first. On our last day in Austria, walking back to our hotel along the lake, Benjamin asked me to marry him. It […]

POSTCARDS FROM // UNCIA + TIGRIS, BUMPKIN BETTY & THE LOST GIRL’S PLAYBOOK

It’s time I started introducing those lovely bloggers in my sidebar. There’s quite a few new faces and some old friends too. Remember you can still get 30% off ad spaces using the code JANTASTIC30. The code will expire at the end of this month. Uncia + Tigris Clare’s blog is new to me and […]

BOOK REVIEW | THE HUSBAND’S SECRET

‘The Husband’s Secret is a staggeringly brilliant novel. It is literally unputdownable’ Sophie Hannah At the heart of the top ten bestselling The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty is a letter that’s not meant to be read . . . Mother of three and wife of John-Paul, Cecilia discovers an old envelope in the attic. […]

WORDS #7

One of my new year’s resolutions for 2015 is to be more tolerant of others. To not snap, to stop and think before I react. Yes, sometimes people just need to be told. But occasionally your reaction can be part of the problem, so just take a moment to consider whether your response is really […]

WORDS #5

I’ve written before about friendships and how letting go of the past can really hurt. This week I was talking to a very good girlfriend of mine about a friendship that has turned sour and is now just hurting. It got me thinking about life today and how social media can have a toxic effect […]

THE SWIMMER

So I’ve decided to be brave and just put it out there. Here is my first piece of creative writing as part of my course. I’d love to know what you think. And please, be critical! It’s okay, it’s what I need. What works for you? What doesn’t? Any changes you would make? I promise […]

A space to call my own

Here’s a little preview of my new office. I should call it ‘our’ spare room, but really it’s mine. Our little mint green dumping ground has been transformed into a peaceful space for me to work. It’s also just a lovely room to sit and read now that we have a sofa bed. There’s a […]