Archives for posts with tag: green


Perfect trees.

The most perfect chocolate mousse.

Remembering to slow walk. And look up at the beautiful houses. And the penis graffiti.

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The sunlight shining through the bathroom mist this morning.

Green green leaves above the buses on the Strand.

Walking through a new bit of the woods on the walk back home.


Going to see my brilliant friend’s beautiful pop up shop, selling all the ethical, sustainable and genuinely beautiful things. That’s pretty much all my Christmas shopping done. (It’s called This Because and it’s on Broadwick Street, Soho. You should go.)

Wandering around And Other Stories.

Discussing knitting out your vagina with my housemates.


Walking along the old railway. Stroking dogs, spotting baby squirrels and smelling the fresh air.

Making a pattern for my top and sewing it. Finally. But then accidentally sewing the sleeve to the neckline. 🙈

All the Korean food. And I mean all of it.

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‘This is, Bushey’
A lovely walk in Hertfordshire, with the beginnings of green.
A night of beautiful singing (Hide & Seek was amazing), all fantastically organised by a great friend. Followed by fun drinks in a fun bar with a fun woman.

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My new big plant. To make my corner look more green.
A useful day, when I thought it would be rubbish.
Sorting out some cupboards and general house shit, chucking away all the old crap that builds up over years of multiple people.

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Being back in the beautiful Hackney office, with a green tunnel and the sound of birds.
Climbing up the treehouse and sitting in the sun at lunchtime.
Becoming a qualified First Aider. Scary but cool.

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The news that New Zealand has passed a law legalising gay marriage. And then the video that went with it, showing the supporters in the chambers singing a Maori love song after the news is announced. I cried. And I smiled.

A slow sunny lunchtime walk

Finding affordable compostable plates for our pop up and deciding to pay for them regardless of whether my colleague chips in or not. It’s important to me, so I’ve decided to go with what I believe. And it feels good.