Another month over! I can’t believe that I’ve now been self-employed for a whole month. My new schedule has meant that I have had more time to spend on this ‘ere blog, and I’m sure you’ll be positively delighted to hear that I hope to bring you three posts a week from now on. You lucky bunch :b The weather has been a little more summery in Cambridge over the past few days – I actually did a bit of work in the garden, and there may be the minute hint of a tan on my pasty pins… Fingers and toes crossed that July is gloriously warm and delightful.
To round up June on Little House in Town – we’ve had our first ‘spotlight on’ post, which featured ethical cosmetics company, Love Cosmetics, Chris and I celebrated our fifth year together with a seaside day out to Southwold, I paid tribute to my crazy dad on Father’s day, we looked at ways to upcycle a vintage jelly mould, learnt how to deter moths the natural way and I shared my own rhubarb and cinnamon crumble recipe.
And there are tons of exciting things happening in July too – on Wednesday 4th I’ll be heading to Doddington Hall for a Cut Flower Growing Course with Catkin Flowers and The Natural Wedding Company, next week I’ll be guest-blogging over at ProBlogger on how to keep your passion for blogging alive, and I’ll be spending the next few weekends on set with Chris as he co-directs his first music video for a certain upcoming singer-songwriter (all shall be revealed soon my child!). Exciting times. Keep your eyes on LHIT for updates on all of the above, in addition, of course, to our usual plethora of ethical and sustainable delights…
Here’s my round-up of things that have caught my eye in the blogosphere over the last month:
- New mum Hannah shared her favourite eco baby products
- I am in complete awe of this kid – 12yr old starts recycling business
- Uber-glam vintage waves tutorial
- Fascinating look at grafting grapes in a vineyard
- I’ve been customising all our boring old coffee mugs with this Sharpie mug tutorial (NB. lighter colours fade really fast!)
- Love this seaside-themed summer mantelpiece display
- We’ve lost 90% of our wildflower meadows since the 1950s, here’s how you can help preserve what we have left
- Recycled paint has finally arrived!
Happy browsing chaps! Tally ho!Tweet