Finances · frugal london

My Favourite Charity Shop/Second Hand Finds

Today I wanted to show you my favourite charity shop and second hand finds. I have always loved a charity shop, ever since I was a kid I loved rummaging for a bargain. In the past few years my shopping habits have changed, I still love a bargain but I am far more selective about… Continue reading My Favourite Charity Shop/Second Hand Finds

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Finances · Mental Health/Self Care · Uncategorized

I love a list, but not these ones….

I'm calling out bullshit lists. Let me extrapolate on that. I love a list, in fact this very post will include a list, and I think almost every post I have ever made has included some sort of list. But there are some lists online that I literally cannot stand, and that is - '5… Continue reading I love a list, but not these ones….

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Using Pinterest to Plan My Small Wardrobe

Today I wanted to talk a little bit about how I use Pinterest to manage my wardrobe. I don't know whether I have a small wardrobe, but I have cut it back significantly and am aiming to have a smaller wardrobe that works for me. I like the feeling of having a smaller wardrobe, I… Continue reading Using Pinterest to Plan My Small Wardrobe

Mental Health/Self Care · Simplify

Learning to take things slow…

Good evening lovely people, I hope 2018 is treating you well, and you are getting into the swing of things. I went back to work on Thursday - what's that? A two day week? Yes please! I settled back into work rather quickly and feel better for the routine, I was dreading this a little… Continue reading Learning to take things slow…

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How to Survive the January Blues – Suzie Speaks

After a few weeks of excitement, joy, celebrations and consuming my entire body weight in chocolatey goodness, its back to work for many of us. The decorations have been taken down and my house looks quite dull and bare, I feel sick and lethargic after eating so much and Iโ€™ve already managed to overwhelm myselfย [โ€ฆ]… Continue reading How to Survive the January Blues – Suzie Speaks