Kate

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I’ve decided that this year, my mantra is I Trust The Timing of My Life. It’s totally helping me to feel less anxious about the things I can’t control, and making me feel a little bit more hopeful about whatever it is that might be just around the corner. I’ve always been a firm believer that everything happens for a reason, and I lost site of that in 2018.

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It’s probably a little early to be getting this time of post in, I’ll admit. I’m always conscious of wishing time away – I know that for many people out there, time is not always something they have a luxury of. To have it in abundance, and to find yourself wishing the days would pass that little bit faster, is not the most grateful of attitudes.

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Hello! Sorry for the radio silence, it’s been a very busy few weeks with family, friend and work woes. It seems like forever ago that one of the girls and I decided to take a little jaunt to the country side; we decided to drive deep into Herefordshire for a glamping stop-off at The Moon and I.

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OK, so I know it’s Tuesday, but honestly, all I do is live for the weekend and the blissful 48 hours of peace it brings with it… There are a few things that I just simply love to do on a weekend – get a cuppa and prepare yourself for a nice chatty post!

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I love all things Autumn (did I mention that yet? 😋)… And one thing I especially love about Autumn is cooking. Sundays are usually a roast dinner affair – homemade bread sauce, Yorkshires I make from scratch, all the trimmings… anyway. Sadly, work lunches don’t allow for so much delicious food, but I love a good staple soup and one of my all time favourites is the Sweet Potato Curry soup.

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  You know that feeling, when you’ve had *the* shower – you’ve exfoliated, shaved, moisturised and tanned? Admittedly, this is the type of extensively indulgent time I only bother with if I have an event or similar (attractive, I know), but once you’ve done all of that, the next, natural step is to slip into something super comfy, right?

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  Oh hi! I’ve had a little blogging break – mainly because work and life have been so hectic, and I decided I’d get straight back on to it after an amazingly luxurious stay at Bailiffs Court Hotel and Spa. You’ll be familiar with Ockenden Manor (posts here and here) if you’re a regular reader, but this trip was mine and H’s first trip to one of the other hotels in the Historic Sussex Hotels family. Creatures of habit, we were a little nervous to stray from our old faithful Ockenden Manor – but we needn’t have worried because Bailiffs Court was on a total parity. Let’s get down to it, shall we?

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I love the turn of this season. I was a little Summer-saturated if I’m honest; sure the sun was nice, but the stifling heat, being stuck in an office, my diet essentially just becoming ‘Ice Cream’… I’ve always been a lover of all things Autumn / Winter, but there’s something about that tipping point, where the sun sets on August, and we’re blown steadily into crisp and cold mornings.

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