So the sun, at last, has popped its cheery head out and said hello this week and boy am I thankful. Living by the coast though means that for every day with sunshine there is an equal and opposite day of sea fog. The temperature difference is playing havoc with my wardrobe. One minute thickish coat and scarf and the next a t-shirt (and lugging a heavy, cumbersome coat around!). I managed to slip two little-known facts about me into two Instagram posts this week. It surprising when you share something personal how the response gives you the “phew, not just me then” feeling. It’s one of the great community effects of Instagram that I am enjoying so much, the chatting with people you haven’t yet met and having a “me too” moment.
On Tuesday I spent the day at Chelsea Harbour Design Centre and the Kings Road looking at all the lovely new lines being launch at London Design Week. If you were following along on my IGStories you’ll have seen lots of fabric, tiles, furniture and some fantastic wallpapers.
I’ve been busy working on a social media strategy for a brand here in Brighton and so haven’t been as dedicated to my beach walks which I am missing terribly. I must carve out the time for this as it really does seem to keep on an even keel. It’s an easy trap to fall into but I must find the time and relegate the house chores if necessary to make it happen – hurray!
I hope the sunshine stays. My week in Instagram #3