Katie

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Hi, it’s me. I think I’ve been MIA since the middle of January, longer if you don’t count sponsored stuff I’ve written, and it’s all gone a bit arse up really hasn’t it?  I have fallen out of love with social media.  Never a good thing for a blogger to admit to, but I like to be honest. Occasionally.  I’m not quite sure when it started, but I found myself avoiding opening the computer. I can’t remember the last time I went on Twitter, other…

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Everyone knows that Winter has its strong points, right? Cosy nights in, roaring fires and thick jumpers, hot chocolates and of course Christmas! But when the festive season has been and gone, and the New Year celebrations are a distant memory, everything can feel a little flat. For me, I usually find that its my home that looks a little dull and tired, and all those little jobs that you’ve been putting off until after Christmas are suddenly looming large! Hardly helping your mood is…

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Love it or hate it, technology plays a huge part in our day to day lives in the 21st century. Most households have at least one computer, several smartphones, a tablet or two and a smart TV. When you add the peripherals such as printers, Bluetooth speakers and the voice-recognition systems that are the latest craze, you start to see just how much technology is surrounding us. And it all costs money, representing a drain on or monthly resources that we can ill afford. Yet…

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Cuba is a country like no other, it’s unique history, culture and politique sets it apart from all others. It is also a Caribbean island with sun kissed shores and waters of cerulean, so there is every reason why Cuba should be on your travel bucket list. Havana No trip to Cuba would be complete without seeing the country’s capital Havana and the city provides travellers with a heady mix of beauty and fiery passion. Salsa is the soundtrack to which those visiting Havana will…

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Like fashion, furniture style seems to go round in cycles. I remember finding some of the old 70’s stuff really out of date and ridiculous looking when I was a teenager, but now I find myself scrolling through websites like Lionshome or even eBay, searching for retro pieces because, not only has it got that look I love, but my tastes have changed and I’ve fallen out of love with the matchy matchy that I used to covet. I can’t wait to see what comes…

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