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Review: Nathan Hawes - Warmth

A song with a title that conveys the very sense it seeks. If Ronseal made music this would be on its first album.

Arguably, Warmth by Nathan Hawes sounds like an indoor picnic with board games on a rainy day. 27 kata lagi


Mellow Monday Music

Good morning, lovelies! I hope you all had fantastic weekends and are feeling rested and rejuvinated for the week. I had a wonderful weekend hanging out and relaxing with my family, cheering my mom and sis while they ran the SF marathon (!!), and exploring SF by bike. 148 kata lagi


#MellowMonday: Sam Feldt - 'Show Me Love' featuring Kimberly Anne

Sam Feldt is a deep house artist known for his numerous remixes and most recently, his release of Robin S. cover, ‘Show Me Love’ featuring vocals by… 99 kata lagi

Mellow Monday

flower queen

i put on my summer dress. turn my back against the gate, bid goodbye to –

i take off my shoes. feel the cold cement against my feet as i head for the forest. 129 kata lagi


Keemun Tea - Northern Tea Merchants

I don’t recall ever having tried a good loose leaf Keemun tea before, so I was very happy to have the opportunity to try this one from Northern Tea Merchants. 536 kata lagi

Tea Corner

Summer Drinks 1: Cold-brewed Coffee

Paleo Retiree writes:

Cold-brewed coffee — often referred to by fans, stores and baristas simply as “cold brew” — seems to be everywhere these days. It’s certainly gaining rapidly in popularity. 1.390 kata lagi

Food And Health

Will S. reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog and commented:

A timely post, about the coffee trend of summer 2015. I tried cold brew for the first time last weekend (I must admit, at Starbucks, sorry), and I liked the lower acidity and smoothness of it – I had it black, on ice, and I found it had none of the harshness that even iced coffee normally has, and I found it more thirst-quenching on a very hot day, IMO. I’m definitely going to have it again; I hope to try it at a smaller, independent coffee shop, see how it differs there from Starbucks’ mass-produced stuff.

Rising Force by AlisterBenn


Here’s another shot from our recent June trip around Iceland – a most enjoyable few weeks and superb clients.

I always try to look at iconic landscapes in ways that may be less obvious – not just to be different, but it’s how my brain works. 11 kata lagi