How To Grow Your Pinterest Audience By 20K

Curious to know how to grow your Pinterest audience from 2K to 22K in less than 3 weeks? You’re about to find out. But first… WHY Pinterest? This year I really want to focus on my blog — writing content, optimising content, increasing traffic, growing my subscribers (subscribe!). So, in my free time, I’m learning…

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Vacation Looks For Summer 2020

Everyone’s holiday plans may be on hold, but I’m still here holding out for our trip to Greece in June. Which means, I’m already thinking about what I’m going to wear and have put together an extensive list of vacation looks for Summer 2020.

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Weekend Recap and 9 Fun Things — From Devon! (Again)

Rory spent 10+ hours driving between Devon and London yesterday. He went home to check on our plant babies and pick up some essentials because we’re going to be in Devon for at least another two weeks – maybe longer. Our cheese plants were looking really droopy so he brought them down here so we…

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Authenticity, Perfectionism and Our Innate Intelligence

For me, the tension between authenticity and perfectionism has never been more clear. This blog post includes excerpts from a conversation with my therapist and my personal insights on the subject. If you self-identify as a perfectionist, struggle with self-esteem, read voraciously about personal development, strive to be happier, work hard to be better and…

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Body Image And Weight Gain in a Relationship

Trigger warning: This post discusses eating disorders, body image and weight gain in a relationship. ‘Does my body look bigger to you?’ It was a question I already knew the answer to. I wondered silently whether he had noticed my body change gradually over the years or if it had snuck up on him as…

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Weekend Recap and 9 Fun Things — From Devon!

We finished our first week working from Devon and with the shelter in place rules still in effect, we’re planning to be here awhile longer. I am in no hurry to leave. Between the sound of birds and wind chimes, the stillness of the surrounding woods and the crisp English countryside air, we have found…

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