See you in November!

Charlotte Steggz

It’s a week before I move to Cambridge, when I will hopefully not feel so tired all the time as I’ll be able to bike to work – taking only 15 minutes! Right now I drive and I leave the house at 7:15 and get home at about 7ish. I’m TIRED.

Being tired all the time, I’ve been neglecting my blog so I want to celebrate my new life by doing NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) which used to be a thing every November alongside NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). I can’t see much info on it for this year so I can only assume it’s no longer a thing.

I will be posting every day in November to make up for all the time I’ve not been able to post over the past year. Since I can’t find the community for this this year, if you’d like to join in, please do! I am happy to share posts about.

In order to prepare for a month of daily blogging and to keep calm before my move, I’m not going to post this week and will be back on November 1st. I need to plan this out!

Please do let me know if you want to join in! See you in November!

Weekend Links 22nd October

It’s been a busy time. I’ve found a place to live in Cambridge now, and will be moving the first day of November. It’s the top end of my budget so I will be living frugally for a while more. After three weeks of looking at horrible, lonely, damp, smelly houses, this one with two awesome girls with a kitchen to die for and a cosy feel to the whole place makes me think it’s worth splashing out. I may have a different opinion in a few months after eating baked beans every day.

I’m very much looking forward to having extra time (previously spent commuting) to use on blogging. I’ve been feeling quite low for a while and blogging is pretty much one of my fabourite things to do – I love all the people who come to comment each time, and I love checking out everyone’s blogs in return.

Maybe I’ll be able to do NaBloPoMo next month??

Let’s Linkie!

My dad’s partner is really awesome so this article on step-parents really hit home. We need to get some more positive step-parents in popular culture!

Sat at home with the fire roaring, in rural England, I loved reading this snug post about autumn on this farm in America.

When I have more time in the morning, I’ll be picking up a few of these healthy morning habits for sure.

For the cold nights now, I think I will give this chipotle chowder a go – it looks so nice!

Dream home of the week is coming from Taiwan this time! Love this minimalist home.

Speaking of pretty houses – aren’t these so cute?!

If you’re looking for a hotel in London any time soon, Rhyme and Ribbons has a great recommendation!

I love this honest post about body image and dating. I feel exactly the same.

Have an awesome weekend!


The Snug, Bury St Edmunds

The Snug

I’m a bit late with this post – it’s been a very crazy couple of weeks!

In September I was invted to the VIP opening of The Snug in Bury St Edmunds! The Snug is a pub I used to go to when I was around High Wycombe so I was really excited to hear on Twitter that they were coming to Bury. We’ve been lacking options for drinkies for a while and so the recenty few openings (with Edmundos as well) is very welcome. [Read more…]

Ely Markets Tour Part 2

Ely Market

Here’s part two of my Ely Markets Tour roundup! If you missed part one, don’t worry, you can find it here!

This side of the tour has a lot of clean eating and local goodness so I hope you’ve strapped yourself in for a good ride!

Above we have Food! By Lizzi who is a wonderful vegan chef from Bury St Edmunds as well (as are all the best people). She let us sample these amazing eggless Scotch eggs! They’re made with a tofu based egg substitute, and were really very yummy. She has a whole variety of them, so if you see her, make sure you try them all! She sells out pretty quickly so get there early, too. [Read more…]

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