Looks like we are going to be doing more and more zooms right?Hands up if you have been on zoom lately? I have been doing plenty and I find them so fun- it's lovely to see people- it's a new way to communicate. Now I have learnt loads of things whilst being on it...so am I sharing my tips with you to make your experience more enjoyable. I am also so super curious and I love catching a glimpse of people's spaces...who doesn't?
Are you the type that loves seeing how people create, love visiting studios? Do you feel that you are not creative but wish you could be? Let’s infuse your home with an artist’s vibe, a bit of boho chic.
Here are some ways to create that look…let’s not follow conventional rules…but create a space in your home that is fun and intrigues.
I hear so many people say they would never be able to work from home- they need an office environment to be creative, to get on with their work. Do you feel you will get distracted, you will be unmotivated or won’t be able to concentrate?
Having worked from home for over 10 years now and when the children are on school holidays I have learnt a few things. I wanted to share a few words of wisdom with you and if you take away only one of these tips that would make me happy.
Shall we be more eco-conscious this Christmas? Did you know that more than 100 million rolls of wrapping paper is used each year? That is so much!
Here are 5 tips to go greener this season.
I was lucky to discover an artist and teacher Lucy Mc Elroy (Instagram) and visit her studio in Acomb, York.
She is a fabulous portrait artist and is skillful at drawing and painting children. Her children are often featured in her work and I love the way she captures their sense of freedom. I commissioned Lucy to do portraits of my three girls which I love... she has got their essence and their beauty and looking at them is as if she has arrested time.