I saw in 2018 in Guernsey in the company of my wonderful girlfriend, Lucy, and two of our pals; Heather and Conor. Drinking wine and eating cheese – how very middle class.
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I ended 2017 knowing that I wanted to become more mindful. In terms of my finances, my behaviours, my actions and so on. So 2018 is going to be The Year of Mindfulness.
Now, this is what you call a delayed blog post. We visited Bourne Mill back in the September (of last year now!) and it’s taken me until now, January 2018, to actually get around (find the time) to write any form of words about it. It’s been a crazy 7 months since my last post, I promise.
On a quiet bank holiday Monday I found myself browsing YouTube, watching cat video after cat video until I stumbled upon something different, something that caught my attention and inspired me to plan some DIY. HomeMade Modern. Interior Design Ideas for the future.
For Lucy’s birthday this year, I wanted to do something a little bit different and fun. Fortunately her birthday fell around one of the jousting events at Hedingham Castle.
Posts like this usually start with ‘So…’, So…You know I’ve mentioned about my company a few times on here? Yeah, well we rebranded. In February of this year we began trading as Two Cubed Creative.
I thought I would revisit one of my blogs old series; In Photos. I really enjoyed throwing some images from the past month together and creating a narrative of the month in a post, so, I am brining it back. This first one is from New Years Day, Lucy was pretty wrecked, so was Lady..
I had no intention of throwing together a post about my trip to Guernsey with Lucy, alas I snapped a few pictures on a number of wintery walks, and thought I’d share them on here.
Thomas & Evans No. 1, fresh, zingy and bloody delicious. For a non-alcoholic beverage, this stuff is the crème de la crème.
This Bearded Life. I’m a bearded man, so when I heard about the release of this book I jumped at the chance to get a copy early – it is now out and available from most good book stores. It’s full of tidbits, snaps, beard facts, a beardy calendar and some snazzy photos & design – what more could you want?
So, call us old fogies, but Lucy and I signed up to become members of the National Trust the other week. So far, best decision we have made. After watching Downton Abbey I couldn’t help but have the desire to go and snoop on some stately homes. Melford Hall was our first stop.
“Neviditelný (Jaroslav Havlíček) is a Czech novel by Jaroslav Havlíček. It was first published in 1937.”
A quick google search tells me. I discovered that most of Jaroslav Havlíček’s novels are psychological, generally focusing on young men and women and their relationships in extreme conditions. I have no idea what this specific novel is about, alas this art work is too striking to not share.