My Week in Instagram #1: Starting now

If
the weather is sunny where you are please send me your GPS co-ordinates. After
a week of rain, mizzle and dark cloud I’m in need of sunny break. I
think it’s not helped that England basically grinds to a stop at the merest
whisper of bad weather. I’m been delayed and wet through more times than I can
count, although as my husband likes to remind me “There’s no such thing as
bad
 weather, only unsuitable clothing”.
Cheers.

As
you probably know I was in Paris last week for the Maison & Objet Interiors
exhibition. Guess what? Next week I’m off to Stockholm for the Stockholm
Furniture fair. I’m only going for the day…. yup you read that right. Which
is clearly just not fair as I really like Stockholm and I NEEED to see more
than the halls of the show ground. Maybe that means I’ll need to plan a second
trip. Sound like a winning plan for me. In any case keep you’re eyes
peeled on IGstories
for my behind the scenes walkthrough of the design fair.

I’m
starting a new series called “My week in Instagram”. It’s
almost guaranteed now I’ve announced it, that it’ll fall of a
cliff in a few short months. Why?  Well because  Instagram constantly
inspires me and makes me want to get out and take more pictures, better
pictures. It fills me with ideas, lets me live vicariously (I’m trying to curb
this a little bit) and exposes me to people, places and things that are new,
totally awesome and downright funny sometimes. I have a small
following but I get a pretty decent amount of love and I am thankful for
the tips and comments I receive. I love taking pictures and I’m starting
to enjoy editing, writing a caption and picking hashtags, thanks in no
small part to the course I’m taking with Me & Orla here.

It’s
not a perfect feed or too cleverly edited, its just little old me flexing my
creative muscles and playing around sharing the things and places I like. I
hope you like what you see and want to follow along too – find me here


What have you been instagramming this week?






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