So it turns out, Andrew and I don’t do things by halves! Almost immediately after we discovered we were pregnant, back in January, we took a good long look at where we were living and decided neither of us wanted to bring a baby into that house…
Recently I was interviewed by Terrys Fabrics about my home style. As some of you may know I love nothing more than finding unique pieces and giving them a fresh new modern look.
Over the last few months, one of the things I have learned is how important it is to have a home that you enjoy coming home to! Sounds pretty obvious right. But since our move back to the city a few weeks ago, Andrew and I have come to realise just how much living in the wrong house can affect your mood.
So, with that in mind, I’ve been concentrating on ways that we can turn our new home into a relaxing retreat, full of the things that are special to us, and the things that make us unique.
So I’m back! And about time too! So sorry to have abandoned you these last few weeks, but with the house move, a new job and a whole new way of life to acclimatise to, I’ve barely had a minute to put my feet up.
So let’s get back into this… today I want to tell you about how much things have changed, simply from moving house. Some of you may remember that I spoke about how we had found the first 6 months of marriage, and you may have joined me in pondering over what makes a house a home. Well, things are finally back on track.
Truth is, in January we made a mistake. After getting married in December we knew we were likely to need more space than the pokey one and a half bedroom house we were living in, so when a 4 bed house came up in the country, the romance of it all took over and we swiftly upped sticks to moved out of town.
It’s that time again – the time when I let you in on the sources I’m stalking and the bloggers who are inspiring me this month. Being a new blogger it’s great to get reading a variety of blogs to see how different people present their ideas and how they convey their own passions.