our day will come

How I Met Your Style.
New fave way to waste time! It's almost as good as The Coveteur.


hey new shoes, hey!

new look boots, which i had given up hope of owning, prior to my housemates' hawk-eyed online shoe spotting skills. much love.


where they go hardcore and there's glitter on the floor

i have a thing about canvas bags.

don't balance on a spindle, and smile when you know I'm uptight

zara colourblock knit, my only real sale swag of this year. Economising, woot!
and a blurry snap of my minnetonka moccasin booties, christmas coins wisely spent. I think they're cute! Unfortunately my family think its hilarious to ask if they're slippers.

In between catching up with old faces, I seem to have spent a lot of this break reading - as in, non uni-related books(!) - which is really nice as for about a year there I sort of lost interest in reading. Now that I'm feeling the buzz again, I'm like a machine, most recently devouring some other Antonia White (Frost In May is one of my favourites ever ever ever). Most of my friends are back at uni now (sad face) but I get another couple of weeks of January off (dare you to suggest I'm on a slackers course, see what happens, muah ha ha..etcetera) so I hope to crack on with a few more books whilst the house is quiet. A lot has changed since this time last year. Appreciating the little things now, like still moments in my room & making tea in an actual teapot.



two AM, I think I am gaga, maybe I've gone too far, I'm dancing on the bar.

To sing Auld Lang Syne whilst decked out in glowsticks, to spend new years day eating pizza served in a frying pan, to drink cheap wine and meet new people and party with a selection of the besties. Thats what made this New Years fun and I hope yours were just as perfect.