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It’s that time of year again… the time where sunshine and flowers creep slowly back into our lives…. well, in February, the month of love, it’s all about those special red flowers, of course! I love walking through London on the 14th and seeing people strolling through the station with a bunch of red roses, seeing them all dressed up…
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My Christmas Tree with Amara Living

This is my second Christmas spent in our little London flat. My boyfriend and I moved into our cute abode a year and a half ago, and I made a pact to myself that this year my tree would be extra special (I kept decorating it with the same boring baubles each year, but for 2017 I wanted a bit…
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Autumn Style

Each season has its time to shine, autumn’s being when those leaves turn golden shades of yellow, orange and red. The nights pull in and we get closer to those cosy, fireplace evenings watching Love Actually with a hot chocolate. It always takes me a while to get into the autumn vibe after summer, mostly because I’m sad to say goodbye to…
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Saying goodbye to summer, is like watching the last morsel of sunshine disappear behind the horizon. The final golden ray of warmth goes into hibernation for another year. The nights draw in, the temperatures drop, the leaves fall and all the streets light up ready for the Christmas season. Ok we aren’t there just yet, but thinking about all of…
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La Fraissinede

The first time I visited the South of France was during a university summer when I spent a short time teaching English at a French summer camp. It was my first taste of the quaint hill-top towns, cobbled stones and picturesque vineyards of the south. Ever yearning to go back, I’ve never made the time to revisit this beautiful part…
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