And a seasonal twist to blogging approach, I might add. And the result? Summer flavours and deliciously relaxed outfit inspiration, I hope. Click through and let me know what you think.

When you're a blogger (or sort of), balancing a day job with your passion is a tough cookie. But my most recent epiphany is, it tends to get worse in the summer. Before going on holiday, preparing your team for your absence makes work more demanding than ever. There are travel arrangements and an endless last-minute to-do list to cover. Next, it's the actual leave. Whether your holidays are for you to get a life or take a break from it, you cannot afford your 'second job' to take first priority. Which leaves you with two options: extended radio silence or a different approach.

For the past quite a few weeks, I've been shifting my focus to Instagram, sharing my live posts on Tumblr and Twitter too along the way. But abandoning the blog for feels criminal, so I thought a no-frills image diary can help make sure that the spirit of summer is captured here, on the pages of my book.


Zara embellished pig motif tee, Retro Jeans combat knee shorts, Converse leather trainers

ASOS acid wash carpenter detail dungarees, charity shop stretch scuba top, Topshop oversized oval sunnies, New Look studded shopper, Topshop round sunnies, shorts and necklace as below

Zara metallic denim shorts, Primark denim shirt, Mango wing necklace,
Vintage parka and belt, Urban Outfitters raffia hat, Topshop sunglasses, JuJu chelsea wellies

Persona tie-dye maxi dress / cover-up, Zara sunglasses

vintage shorts, Gap shirt, Pull & Bear belt (from a vintage style dress), New Look wedges
Bershka cotton embroidered playsuit, Clarks Cocoa Creme ballerinas

Calvin Klein 1980s vintage tee, Zara distressed bleach jeans, Clarks Cocoa Creme ballerinas
Topshop slip dress, Urban Outfitters straw hat, I Am bag, Clarks Un Swish patent sandals

taken at: Lamb & Flag, 33 Rose St, London WC2

taken at: The Spaniard's Inn, Spaniard's Road, London NW3

#savetheales #lovepimms

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