I'm pleased and proud to have been allowed to invade the pages of Pretty Nostalgic magazine once again. I know I've said it before and could be considered biased, but this is absolutely 100% my favourite magazine. I love that it's an independent publication. I love the truly passionate team behind it, all of whom are interested in some truly odd subjects, just like me. I love the articles on all things vintage, British, quirky and crafty. I love that their motto is, 'Spend Wisely, Waste Less and Appreciate More'. It's like my grandmother, my ideal lifestyle and a great big helping of patriotism all bound up and gifted to me bi-monthly.
Even better - the magazine doesn't date, so you can add your copies to your bookshelf like I do and enjoy the articles several years down the line.
This time I took part in the magazine's Hidden Streets feature, musing over those characterful spots we love to visit. I wrote about Whitby (of course) and I thought the other contributors' pieces were amazing. Such imagination.
I was also featured in an article by Kat Picot of Four Little Walls on doll's houses. Kat's piece is beautifully written.
My pub quite enjoyed the photoshoot...
...although I did have to do some miniature dusting first!