Weekly Love: Week 159

I’m officially in hunt of all things snuggly. On Monday I somehow managed to get absolutely frozen to the bone, and it took forever to get warm again. As a result, since I’ve been seeking fuzzy bed socks, big bowls of roasted vegetable soup and I’ve dug out my UCLA Alumni sweatshirt which is only just too big for me to be super comfortable to throw over my pyjamas in the evening. I’ve also switched to my thicker, Winter duvet. Please tell me that I’m not the only one who has different duvets for Summer and Winter?

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1. Stomping around the farm in my favourite purple Hunter wellingtons. | 2. Planning my upcoming Autumn/ Winter blog posts in my Bloggers Planner. They are customisable, and my favourite features so far are the pages where I can plan out my posts and make sure I have not forgotten to put them on social media, my stats tracker I fill in at the end of every month, and the fact you can choose which month of the year you can start it on. | 3. Crisp Autumn afternoon walks through the Kentish countryside. | 4. Baking party rings from James Morton’s How Baking Works – they went down a storm in the office! | 5. Pumpkins stacked up on Deal High Street. | 6. Sunday morning brunching on Chilaquiles made from Mexican leftovers – we’d had fajitas the night before!

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7. A delicious working lunch at KIN in Clerkenwell (full review to follow next week!) | 8. Yet more beautiful Autumn, Kentish countryside light. | 9. Maple Pecan Rolls with Homemade Maple Caramel from this months Waitrose Food magazine. | 10. On Wednesday I previewed all of the goodies Marks & Spencer will have in store this Christmas, and I’m now super excited. These beautiful pearls are actually salmon mousse – perfect for a festive starter. They’ll cost £6 for two. | 11. Roaring fire in my local pub. | 12. Obligatory boot/ floor selfie on the beautiful tiles at Enoteca Rabezzana in Barbican.

What have you been enjoying this weekend, and what do you have planned for the weekend? Aside from my usual kitchen experiments, I’ve got a work thing this evening that means dressing up, which I’m actually rather looking forward to – I genuinely don’t think that I’ve worn a formal dress in over a year, and I have these snazzy new heels from Boden I’ve been waiting to give an outing to.