An Envelope of Snippets #40

An Envelope of Snippets #40

Isn’t autumn a time to clear out just as much as spring as we prepare to get cosy at home? We’re all about staying warm and making our spaces work for us in preparation for a smashing 2022. Bring on the grey days, we’re ready for them. Here’s...
An Envelope of Snippets #39

An Envelope of Snippets #39

And how has August been for you? The less then summery weather has meant more desk time for us and we’ve decided that reading is working. After all, you never know when you’ll learn something really useful. Should we really focus on one thing at a time?...
An Envelope of Snippets #35

An Envelope of Snippets #35

A DIY postcard advent calendar – I know it’s a little bit late in December, but you could do one for any stretch of time that takes your fancy. Sustainable alternatives to Christmas trees Got some lovely cards and want to display them? Here’s a...
An Envelope of Snippets #34

An Envelope of Snippets #34

Tiny physical actions you can take to move your mood on! Definitely there with the hugs as well as the suggestions 8 (procrastination action!) and 9 (avoid temptation!). We love Trello. And for applying the Getting Things Done methodology it is ideal! Why didn’t...
An Envelope of Snippets #33

An Envelope of Snippets #33

The Postal Museum are doing an exciting project about COVID-19 and the post. They’re recognised the importance of post during this time and want to preserve item reflecting this and add them to their collections. Have a look a the kind of things that they have...
An Envelope of Snippets part 28

An Envelope of Snippets part 28

On writing a fan letter? And what you might expect to get out of it? Other people’s love letters are fascinating (and filthy!). See what Henry Joyce, Frida Kahlo, Anais Nin and a couple of soldiers had to say. The glory of the handmade valentines including...