THE ART OF DEALING WITH SELF-ISOLATED LITTLE MONSTERS

I find it pretty awful when people try to reassure me that I’m a good parent right now. Instead of revelling in the words of praise, I recoil as I recall all the recent times I’ve nearly exploded, pushed by a child to the edge of quarantined sanity. Go ahead and #sourdough your way through […]

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TURNING A GENETIC DEFICIENCY INTO AN INTERIORS SUPERPOWER

Buying my first home at the age of 33 should have felt amazing. Perhaps especially because it was in London – a place where so many young people are totally priced out of the property market. I felt ice-cold when I was handed the keys, though. I’d been renting for years, first with friends and […]

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LIFE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

I used to feel like I was missing something when it came to art, like maybe I’d skipped the most important lesson at school or something. I would go to galleries and exhibitions and pretend to ‘get it’ but, truthfully, I didn’t have a clue what I was looking at or what I was supposed […]

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