I have been blogging for two years now and sadly do not have the room to have a separate blogging space bit still imagine what my space would look like, and often get office envy reading other bloggers posts.
I love the idea of just being able to sit down at a desk and write with no distractions around me, like my own little hide away in a loft, with me, my camera, my computer and a cup of tea.
I would love to have fresh light colours such as a cream or white for the desk as in my opinion it looks a lot cleaner and can brighten the space up. It would also have to have plenty of storage for chargers, note books and the hundreds of pens, pencils and crayons I have acquired since having Lil's.
The desk pictured below is one that I would certainly consider, this is from Argos and looks quite modern with a good amount of storage too. I also love the natural look of the desk, its not too modern and seems very practical, which I think it important.
This story starts back in the summer of 2014 when my symptoms of my anxiety really took hold and I got myself to the doctors for some help.
I have always been more emotional than some people and certainly am a big over thinker of everything in life so I can see traits of anxiety right back to when I was about 12-13. And during my life I have experienced a lot of death and illness and seen a lot of things that you wouldn't want to.
But around July I noticed that I seemed to be crying a lot for no apparent reason and would sob for a good 15 minutes before I could calm down, my other half got a little bit worries so made me make an appointment with the doctor which I did. When I was the doctor I spoke to him about a few things that went around in my mind a lot and that could maybe contribute to the way I have been over the past few weeks. He decided to refer me to for Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to see if we could work out a way of controlling these tearful states.
I had th…
Photo by Lilly
I wanted to share an outfit that I have been loving over the past few weeks with you all. This is brilliant for the school runs and coy afternoons. Not the best pic as I don't have my face on but Lilly's photography skills are pretty good.
The Jumper is a recent purchase from George Asda, it's a chunky knit jumper in a dusky pink shade, The sides have small slits which have ties to do up which I think makes it look so nice. The jeans are a basic pair of skinny's from New Look, I have had these for a while and they go with pretty much everything. I Have some heavy brown boots on from Shoezone which we got back in April but are still available, these are so comfy and warm too, perfect for Autumn.