The cutest decorations on our tree at work. Just look at the miniature Christmas jumpers!
Christmas markets. My favourite food stall this year was The Frenchie on London's Southbank which specialised in duck confit burgers. Not the prettiest of burgers... but the duck scratchings and truffle mayonnaise were heavenly!
Christmas cups. I wasn't overly impressed with any of the festive hot chocolates this year. The honey and almond hot chocolate from Starbucks tasted massively of my nemesis... marzipan *bleugh* ... so instead I mostly indulged in Starbucks' Signature Hot Chocolate (the best!) and Costa's standard hot chocolate topped with plenty of cream (a must!)
Starbucks still can't spell my name....
Woodland walks with M. The mild weather has been ideal. The ground isn't too soggy, and there's no snow or ice (yet!).
Coming in from the cold, warming up with a mug (or two!) of mulled wine
Isn't this parcel beautiful? My friend Alison has impeccable taste!
Flowers from work given to me on Christmas Eve. I love poinsettias - nothing makes me feel more Christmasy!
I had a massive digital detox over Christmas which did me the world of good. No Internet. No phone. No TV. I work in Digital so it was nice to have a break from it all. Just before Christmas I treated myself to one of those adult colouring books and I can now understand what all the fuss is about! There's something very relaxing and satisfying about completing a design!
Hope you all enjoyed the festive season and that you saw the New Year in in style! I look back on 2015 with fond memories. It was the year I got engaged to the most wonderful man We met in the first year of uni and got closer and closer over the years. I don't really do New Year resolutions (and I'm not going to start now!) but in 2016 I look forward to moving in with my fiancé (still feels weird saying it!) and planning our big day. More details on the proposal to follow at a later date! x