My days in October have been spent working, interning and spending as much time as I can doing what I love like meeting with friends for coffee and dinner and doing other bits and bobs. The days have been colder so I have been eating porridge for breakfast and drinking coffee almost every day, especially Starbucks pumpkin spice latte. I bought a watercolour set that is the exact same palette that I used in school and did a little bit of painting with it. And I've started a new book that I have been meaning to read for a while now.

xo Natasha 
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October Days

31.10.13



My days in October have been spent working, interning and spending as much time as I can doing what I love like meeting with friends for coffee and dinner and doing other bits and bobs. The days have been colder so I have been eating porridge for breakfast and drinking coffee almost every day, especially Starbucks pumpkin spice latte. I bought a watercolour set that is the exact same palette that I used in school and did a little bit of painting with it. And I've started a new book that I have been meaning to read for a while now.

xo Natasha 
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In my back garden there is an apple tree, during this time of year the apples appear and begin to fall. The sun is warm but the temperature is chilly, an apple pie is the perfect seasonal treat. While I was out picking the apples, I let my rabbit out for a hop around and the little guy has finally shed his old fur and has a fresh coat of softness.

To make the apple pie I used 250g of plain flour, 140g of margarine, a pinch of salt and 6tsp of water for the pastry. 4 large cooking apples chopped up and stewed with sugar and cinnamon. Put the flour and salt into a mixing bowl, rub the margarine with your hands to resemble breadcrumbs, add water and use a knife to make the mixture firm. Divide into 2 and roll out the pastry to fit an 8 inch plate, add the apples and cover up with the second half of the pastry. Press down the edges and put the pie in the oven for 30 minutes at 200C and enjoy.

Days like this are so simple but good.
xo Natasha
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Apples, Bunny and Pie

12.10.13


In my back garden there is an apple tree, during this time of year the apples appear and begin to fall. The sun is warm but the temperature is chilly, an apple pie is the perfect seasonal treat. While I was out picking the apples, I let my rabbit out for a hop around and the little guy has finally shed his old fur and has a fresh coat of softness.

To make the apple pie I used 250g of plain flour, 140g of margarine, a pinch of salt and 6tsp of water for the pastry. 4 large cooking apples chopped up and stewed with sugar and cinnamon. Put the flour and salt into a mixing bowl, rub the margarine with your hands to resemble breadcrumbs, add water and use a knife to make the mixture firm. Divide into 2 and roll out the pastry to fit an 8 inch plate, add the apples and cover up with the second half of the pastry. Press down the edges and put the pie in the oven for 30 minutes at 200C and enjoy.

Days like this are so simple but good.
xo Natasha
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It is my favourite season of the year for many reasons and one of them is the fashion. I love wearing boots, scarves, cardigans, layering and covering up. Autumn is perfect for this because the temperature is low enough to wrap up but not so cold that you have to wear a winter jacket over your outfit. Darker colours I find are much more flattering on everyone, my favourite at the moment is green and burgundy/berry colours. I'm trying my best to save and not spend any money at the moment but these items are making it hard for me to resist. 

What is your favourite autumn trend?
xo Natasha
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Autumn Style

10.10.13





It is my favourite season of the year for many reasons and one of them is the fashion. I love wearing boots, scarves, cardigans, layering and covering up. Autumn is perfect for this because the temperature is low enough to wrap up but not so cold that you have to wear a winter jacket over your outfit. Darker colours I find are much more flattering on everyone, my favourite at the moment is green and burgundy/berry colours. I'm trying my best to save and not spend any money at the moment but these items are making it hard for me to resist. 

What is your favourite autumn trend?
xo Natasha
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