Tragedies of the Sock Drawer

Sunday Sock...

My Facebook status du jour – somehow it seems worth sharing:

‘Tragedies of the Sock Drawer’…a new drama written by Clare Dobson. Based on real life events, experience this cutting-edge tale of a girl with undergarment-related OCDs as she battles through her Monday wearing socks inscribed with the word Sunday. Journey through her pain and emotional sorrow as she realises that when she sits down and her skinny jeans rise up people she has never met before and has no regard for can actually see the word Sunday on her socks causing mass panic and leading people to question, ‘just what day is it!?’. Available in all good imaginary bookshops near you (and from your Kindle for a penny).

Yours traumatised
Cx

Clean up your act Zara!

Those who know me know that I’m big on being ethical and doing my best to take care of the environment and myself so you’ll understand fully that I’m horrified to hear that Zara are totally silent when it comes to cleaning up their act in terms of using so many chemicals in their clothing.

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Rainy day shoes

What is with the weather? It’s not remotely cold and yet the rain is seriously upon us at the moment. It’s not every moment of every day, it comes in fits and starts, just enough to make you question your wardrobe on a near constant basis. If you’re a lover of jeans and walking trainers then you’ll be wondering what all the fuss is about, however for those of us that enjoy shoes and wearing more, shall we say, creative clothing then you’ll know exactly what I mean when I say ‘I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO WEAR!?’.

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Yoga Matters!

As a yoga teacher I am forever searching for the best products and companies out there and there is one company that has never failed to please. Yoga Matters are a UK based company and they are entirely run by fellow yogis. They source some amazing products and are generally a great bunch of people! To reach their site just click on the image below!  Happy yogic shopping! Cx

Go to Yogamatters