28.06

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This interview, with Helen of A Bookish Baker, must easily be one of my favourite I’ve ever done on Cider with Rosie! Helen lives my dream life in the countryside, and her thoughts on slow living, the joys of living by the patterns of the seasons, and chicken-keeping, are just so wonderful to read. In fact, I’m going to leave my chit-chat here, and just crack straight on with the interview. I know you’re going to adore it as much as I do!

1. Will you tell us a little about how you got started writing A Bookish Baker?

Oh my goodness I’ve been blogging in various guises for years. Just over a decade in fact. I started when I joined a group of writers racing to finish our first draft (this was long before twitter, hashtags and Facebook groups!) and since then I’ve had various blogs and also written for other blogs such as Novelicious.

I lost who I was for a while after having my first child (he’s now twelve) and the various blogs I had reflected that. I was searching for me, both on and offline. Was I cake? Books? Writing? Turns out I was all of these and more. It was after this incredibly slow realisation that A Bookish Baker was born earlier this year.

2. How would you sum up your blog, in just 3 words?

Embracing slower living.

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3. Has blogging changed the way you engage with the world, in any way?

Blogging has been incredible for giving me a voice and for finding creativity within myself. But I’ve also found friends, found myself (without being too cliche) become a (better) writer, gained a literary agent and found writing work. All because of starting a blog eleven years ago.

However, the more I blog the more I realise I need that non-online world. I need the outdoors, nature and misty mornings along with real life friendships. All of that has become more precious to me and helps me with balance.

4. Would you share with us three of your favourite posts, and tell us why they’re particular favourites?

Some of my favourite posts are those where I’ve discovered something about myself. My latest one, Permission was about the realisation I had when I attended the Blogtacular Conference a short while ago. I attended the workshop of Laura Jane Williams and something clicked, to do with my own writing, in my head. I love it when that happens.

The Morning Routine of this chicken and duck keeper. Prior to moving to the countryside I loathed mornings. Hated them. Now, I don’t exactly spring out of bed (I’m far too stiff and exhausted from the increase in physical work I now do!) but I relish opening the back door and escaping out into the early morning air. Misty autumnal mornings are a favourite.

Yes, I am a writer. Guilt, imposter syndrome, fear of failure and success. So many factors have stopped me from achieving my ambitions. I came a long way to be able to write this post.

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5. As a chicken-owning aficionado, will you tell us a little about what it’s like to keep hens? And do you have any top tips for would-be chicken owners?

Becoming a chicken-keeper is one of the best things I’ve ever done. It has forced me to slow down, made me think about what I eat and where it comes from, as well as got me outside more. I now notice the subtle changes in nature as they happen.

In terms of tips. Well, firstly, do your research. Go and actually handle a chicken before you commit to keeping some. I went to a farm where they sell chickens and they do regular courses on the basics of keeping chickens. I took a notebook and made so many notes.

Then you need to think about where you’re going to locate them, what sort of house they’re going to have (wood, plastic, with run attached or not, size), how many you want and whether to get hybrids, pure breeds or a mix. Or maybe even bantams. Importantly you need to consider how you’re going to keep them safe from predators.

Look after chickens and they’ll reward you tenfold. You’ll never want a supermarket egg again.

A word of warning though. They are addictive. Start with three (never have less than three so if one dies the other two will have company) and you’ll soon have six. I started with six. And now have nineteen with three ducks.

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6. What makes living in the countryside so special, for you?

Not only did I loathe mornings but I also spent a lot of time indoors. Now, if I’m not at my desk writing, or in the kitchen baking I’ll be outside with the chickens, ducks, or doing one of the many many chores in the garden or beyond. I can’t get enough of it. Even when I’m inside I’m constantly looking out the window. It’s better than the TV. The constant movement out there. The sunrises, the sunsets, the big skies. I love watching a storm roll in over the fields.

My family laugh at me, but I adore harvest time. Seeing those combines hard at work, the tractors scurrying to and fro. The changes in the landscape happening right in front of your eyes.

The space, the physical space, was a big attraction to moving in the countryside. But the mental space it has given me has been exceptional.

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7. I ADORED your recent post about embracing slow living. Would you talk a little here about what slow living means to you, and how it translates in your day to day life?

Thank you! Slow living, for me, is all about taking time to observe the changes in nature as the year progresses. Sometimes you can be so busy; have your head stuck in your laptop, be in back to back meetings and Skype calls, that you can forget to look up. To see the leaves appearing on the trees after a long winter, the first daffodil, the blossom on the trees, the changes in the colour of the fields, the change in air as summer turns to autumn and those first few leaves falling off the tree,to see all that is such an honour. And so incredibly special.

Even after we’d moved to the countryside I initially continued at a hectic pace both with my writing work and now with the addition of the chores outdoors. We cleared the land of nettles, planted an orchard, a windbreak of trees (in total over one hundred trees were planted), planted a mixed hedgerow, created a wildflower area and a proper garden. Until, eventually, I burned out. It was when I came through this difficult time that I gave myself permission to slow down; read books without feeling guilty, have breaks, holidays, watch a rugby match or just simply sitting on a bench and watching the animals.
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8. And finally, it’s our old favourite Desert Island Discs! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring along for the ride? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, two films, ingredients to make a meal, and one luxury item!

I’d only bring one album. One I’d never get bored of and that would have to be Queen. One of their greatest hits ones. That would be it. I love music but I’d rather hear the waves crashing against the rocks and the bird song. Or just simply, quiet.

Only two books? How would a reading addict cope? I’ve recently discovered Ruth Reichl’s foodie memoirs so one of those would be perfect. And maybe Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic.

For films it would have to be Julie & Julia (its about food and blogging after all) as I adore that film and Meryl Streep. It’s one I return to time and time again. Also I’d take Something’s Gotta Give with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Diane plays a writer and I love her desk and kitchen!

Hmm, ingredients to make a meal. Well, a trio of chickens would be fine. Not to eat them but to have a continuous supply of eggs. I could live quite nicely on poached or scrambled eggs.

The luxury item would be a few notebooks and pens. I’d have to write about my experiences, obviously.

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Thanks so much to the wonderful Helen, for such a gorgeous interview! Do click through to A Bookish Baker and say hello, and don’t forget to follow along via Bloglovin‘ too!

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29.05

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Happy Sunday, my friends! Today I’m so excited to be sharing with you an interview with the lovely Laura, of lifestyle blog Loved by Laura! Getting to do these interviews is always something I look forward to- it’s such a treat getting to find out more about the author behind the blog I’ve been getting to know over the course of each month! And Laura’s blog is such a fab one- so charming and fun and varied in its content, you’re going to just love it! So, enough from me. Let me introduce you to Loved by Laura!

1. Will you tell us a little about how you got started writing Loved by Laura?

A year before I started my blog I took the decision to change careers so as to get a better work life balance. I’d been used to working regular 12 hour days so it felt like a luxury when I suddenly had downtime for myself. I didn’t want to waste it or take it for granted, so I learned how to cook, took up running and rediscovered my love of photography. I started to share my recipes and reviews on Facebook with photos and little stories. After a while I felt like I had much more to say and needed my own space to put it all, so Loved By Laura was born!

2. How would you sum up your blog, in just 3 words?

Life, Love, Food!

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3. How has your blog evolved over the years since you began writing it? Anything you’ve found especially great about being a blogger, or anything especially challenging?

When I started my blog I mainly wrote about recipes and beauty. My recipe posts have evolved and I’m a lot more experimental with food combinations and flavours these days. I love a good mashup, my favourite of which is probably making duffins (doughnut muffins).

Over time I realised that I enjoy finding quirky, fun things to do too and I really enjoy sharing the experiences with my readers and giving them a behind the scenes look. I’ve covered everything from going to bartending school to fashion shoots and champagne bath pop ups in the city!

That’s the great thing about blogging, it’s opened up a whole world of new opportunities. If you told me two years ago that I’d be jumping on a train after work to head to London for a cookery class or to go to do a photoshoot with Joe Browns for their Christmas campaign I’d never have believed you!

The challenging part about blogging for me is simply fitting everything in. I still love my full time job and run my blog in my spare time… I just wish that every week had an extra 7 days so that I could have my cake and eat it.

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4. Would you share with us three of your favourite posts, and tell us why they’re particular favourites?

I wrote a post called the Shy Girl’s Guide to Attending Events to provide some support and encouragement to others by sharing my own personal experiences. I was incredibly shy when I started my blog but over time pushing outside of my comfort zone and opening myself up to new experiences has really helped me to live life more fully.

There’s nothing worse than feeling like you can’t say yes to something that you really want to do because you put a load of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ in the way. 99% of the time if you put yourself out there, you’ll look back afterwards and wonder what on earth made you so nervous in the first place. I want to encourage people to venture out of their comfort zones and try new things as it’s so rewarding.  

One of my favourite experiences was attending a Caribbean cookery class with Levi Roots a few months back. I couldn’t wait to get back home and write about it. I took about a million photos whilst I was there too which is pretty standard for any Loved By Laura post! 

Back in February N and I celebrated our Wedding Anniversary by making a blanket fort. I was a bit scared to publish it on the blog for fear of it all coming across a bit cheesy (which of course it was) but we were pretty damn proud of our fort building skills and for me personally it was just such a lovely post to write and capture the memory of.

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5. Tell us, what’re the very best things about living in Cambridgeshire? Any top tips for visitors to the county? :)

Well apart from being a lot cheaper to live in than London and yet only 50 minutes away by train (!) my favourite thing about Cambridgeshire is that it’s so diverse.

I live in a small, peaceful village where I can go for a run in the morning and watch the sun rise over the fields, but cities like Peterborough and Cambridge are a short drive away.

In Summer head to Ferry Meadows for a stroll and a picnic by the lake. N and I love to go kayaking at their Watersports Centre. The annual Beer Festival on Peterborough Embankment is well worth a visit – it’s a huge event each year. It goes without saying that you must try punting in Cambridge at least once in your life!

6. Fashion is a topic that crops up a lot on Loved by Laura! What’s on your ‘to buy’ list, for the summer season ahead?

I adore the whole nautical look with navy and white breton stripes, straw hats and a splash of red. I’ve been eyeing this prom dress from Warehouse  which has my name all over it!

I’m also on the lookout for my next pair of comfortable summer wedges to get me through the season. They’re perfect for adding a bit of height and elongating your legs when you’re wearing pretty summer dresses or shorts without making your feet want to cry.

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7. If you could snap your fingers and suddenly become master of any particular skill or talent, what skill would you choose? (Mine would be gardening, for sure!)

I wish I was more of a hands on crafty/DIY type person. What I wouldn’t give to be able to alter my own clothes and knock up furniture for the house!

8. And finally, it’s our old favourite Desert Island Discs! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring along for the ride? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, two films, ingredients to make a meal, and one luxury item!

Album: Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence and Kasabian – Kasabian. One makes me feel like a Hollywood Starlet and the other a happy festival goer.

Books: I’d choose any one from the Game of Thrones series (but preferably the last as yet unwritten one so that I can find out how it all ends!) and Shantaram which is probably the most beautiful epic tale I’ve ever read.

I’d take the ingredients for a nice white wine risotto. Not only do I love making it so it’d pass the time, but it’s such a nice comforting food to each too.

For my luxury item I’d take a fully equipped yacht.

…What do you mean that’s cheating?

Okay, I’d take my blender to whip up some delicious tropical smoothies!

** Thanks so much for such interesting answers, lovely Laura! Pop over to Loved by Laura and say hello, and don’t forget to follow along via Bloglovin‘, too! **

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30.03

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Today I’m excited to be sharing an interview with the lovely Brittany, from She’s All Smiles blog! Brittany is a total ray of sunshine- one quick glance at her blog will show you that she really *is* ALL smiles! Her blog is about happiness, about cultivating a healthy mind and sense of wellbeing, and a strong body-positive message that I just adore. I’m excited for you to get to know She’s All Smiles! So, let’s get to it…

1. Will you tell us a little about how you got started writing She’s All Smiles?

Well a few years ago I was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa. (You can read my story here) I had a long battle with this disorder and ended up going from a size two to a size 00, and weighing in at an even 100 pounds. I started blogging as a way to catalog my experience as I was trying to make my way through recovery. It was really more for myself, an online diary if you will called Pancake Crusades. I made it my mission to one day be able to eat my favorite food again, pancakes. After a few months of blogging, I started to get emails from people saying they were experiencing something similar and that my writing had really helped them. That’s when I realized that I should make my blog all about leading a happy and healthy life through everything we do, whether that’s fashion, food, wellness, travel or our careers. Then She’s All Smiles was born. It’s been a great journey so far and I’ve met some amazing people along the way.

2. How would you sum up your blog, in just 3 words?

Fashionably happy and healthy.

3. Has blogging brought about any changes in your life, so far?

It has brought around so many changes in my life!!! I’ve met some amazing people who have experienced depression, anxiety and disordered eating just like myself. It’s an amazing feeling to realize that others share your struggles and together you’re able to work together to recover. I’ve also had the opportunity to travel to some really cool places like Carmel Valley, Chicago and New York. Carmel Valley was my favorite in particular because I went with my husband and for four days we talked over wine, ate amazing food and immersed ourselves in a really unique culture.

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4. Would you share with us three of your favourite posts, and tell us why they’re particular favourites?

Hmmm, ok, I love this question. Let me breakdown my favorite posts for you:

Up in the Air and That’s Ok: I wrote this post during a time when I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life, career wise. I had been in the Public Relations game for a few years and I was beginning to become burned out. I realized that I wanted to do something more with my life but I didn’t know what that thing was. I think a lot of people in their early to mid twenties feel this way and wanted to let them know that that feeling is normal.

In Defense of Taking Medications for Mental Health: There has been a big debate in the states lately about taking medications for mental health. Some believe that those afflicted should try natural methods to deal, while others believe that natural remedies are not enough. I wanted to shine a light on this debate and outline that it is perfectly acceptable to take medications for mental health. Sometimes you need a little extra help. That doesn’t mean you’re any less of a human being than anyone else and that it’s something that you should never be ashamed of.

Silencing Your Inner Mean Girl: The idea for this post came to me after I had a lot of conversations with some girlfriends about their issues with body image and how they can’t silence the voice in their heads telling them they’re not enough. I have the same problem and thought it would be helpful to write a post about this very topic. We are all beautiful and have so much to offer the world, we shouldn’t second guess that about ourselves.

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5. What’re some of the best things about living in Orange County, California?

I absolutely love Orange County! I was born in Cincinnati Ohio, moved to Florida with my family when I was entering High School and then moved to Orange County straight out of college with my husband. I love the weather here, it’s always sunny and warm. We are just minutes away from both the beach and the mountains which makes our weekends always an adventure. The food here is amazing! And I mean amazing, especially brunch. Every Saturday Chad, my husband, and I always try a new brunch spot. It’s a fun little ritual we have. Orange County is great. I highly recommend a trip out here if you can find the time.

6. What might Cider with Rosie readers be surprised to learn about you? Any secret skills or party tricks?

Hmmm. Let’s see. Aside from blog writing I actually love to write poetry and songs. My dad was in a band when I was little and he got me to love music and the art of writing. I love to sing, although I don’t do it in public that often, and write my own songs as my own form of therapy.

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7. Fashion is a huge part of your life, right? Will you share with us three of your top tips for putting together outfits for changeable Spring weather? :)

I’m a bit obsessed with fashion! My mom was very fashionable growing up, and still is, and she taught me everything I know about putting together outfits.

Mix together high end products with low end products to create one ensemble. To be stylish, you don’t have to break the bank. Invest in a few great basic pieces, like a leather jacket or purse, or a strappy pair of Steve Madden heals and mix these items with fitted jeans and a top or the like from H&M or Forever 21. Works every time.

Dress for your body type and size. If you know that you are a size 6 don’t try to fit in to a size 2 or 4. The size on the tag doesn’t matter, what matters is how the outfit looks on you. Never stress about the size the tag reads. In the end it really doesn’t matter.

Coordinate the colors and patterns you wear with the current season. In fall, utilize mustards, burgundies and forest greens. In Spring wear pastels, whites, creams, and denim.

One last tip, I know you said three, but I want to throw this one in there. Always wear a smile. With a smile and an air of confidence any outfit you put together will be on point, guaranteed.

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8. And finally, it’s our old favourite Desert Island Discs! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring along for the ride? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, two films, ingredients to make a meal, and one luxury item!

Albums/CDs: Tove Lo – Queen of the Clouds and Gooey – Glass Animals

Books: Tina Fey – Bossy Pants and Lena Dunham – Not That Kind of Girl

Ingredients to Make a Meal: Spaghetti Squash is one of my favorite meals! So I’d bring a spaghetti squash, mushrooms, ground beef, Italian seasonings, tomato paste and Parmesan cheese.

One Luxury Item: Coconut Body Scrub (I’m obsessed!!) from SkinFood

~ Thanks so much for your lovely answers, Brittany! Do click over to She’s All Smiles and say hello, and don’t forget to follow along via Facebook‘! ~

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29.02

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Today’s interview comes via the wonderful Amanda of Rhyme & Ribbons, and I’ve been so looking forward to sharing it here! I’ve read Rhyme & Ribbons for longer than I can remember, and have loved it since the very first time I clicked through to it. Amanda’s posts are so varied and beautifully put together, and always have so much personality to them that reading Rhyme & Ribbons feels just like catching up with a dear friend. So, enough from me, and here’s more from the lovely Amanda!

1. Will you tell us a little about how you got started writing Rhyme & Ribbons?

I started writing Rhyme & Ribbons right after my partner Sam and I moved to Stratford-upon-Avon. He had just started a year in the acting company at the Royal Shakespeare Company and I felt a bit lost. I had just finished my MA program, was on a visa that limited the amount of time that I could work, was in a new city and didn’t know anyone. I fell into blogging because I was desperate for a new way to socialise and a way to express myself creatively. Looking back at some of those first posts is very cringe-inspiring (there’s some horrific photography!) but I’ve loved every step of the blogging journey so far!

2. How would you sum up your blog, in just 3 words?

Comforting, creative and bookish. (Basically if my blog lived in the 1800s it would be someone’s spinster aunt.)

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3. You’ve been blogging for a good few years now! How has your blog evolved over the years since you began writing it?

I’ve definitely figured out my voice. There was a lot of emulating what popular bloggers were doing at first. I quickly realised that even though I love reading them, I’m not really a Buzzed-esque list and GIF kind of blogger. I also took a vested interest in learning how to take proper photographs and how to style food. When I look back on some of my first recipe posts, I can see just how much my food styling and photography has progressed.

4. Would you share with us three of your favourite posts, and tell us why they’re particular favourites?

Even though it’s certainly not my most interesting post to read, I loved recapping my engagement party this past June. It was such a wonderful day that I can’t think of it without grinning. Another favourite post would be when I wrote about why I wear my grandmother’s engagement ring and why feeling connected to her is so important to me. (I promise I very rarely blog about wedding/engagement related things – it’s just pure coincidence that these made my top 3!) One of my other favourites would be my last post in the Bake Off Bake Along series that I hosted last year. It was the 2nd year in a row that I’ve baked along to the GBBO and while it’s a lot of work, it was tons of fun and definitely culminated in some silliness.

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5. As a New Mexican in London, would you tell us a few of the things you love best about the city you now call home?

I love that London is a city with so many different personalities. Each neighbourhood could really be a city unto itself. It goes without saying, that there’s literally always something to do in London. In London you can experience so many different cultures, attitudes and traditions without ever journeying outside of the city. Albuquerque (where I’m from, yep, the “Breaking Bad” city) and London are world’s apart in mentality, but they both hold very special places in my heart.

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6. What might Cider with Rosie readers be surprised to learn about you? Any secret skills or party tricks?

I have my MA in classical acting so I’ve been known to drop a Shakespeare monologue or two at a party…. (Not really, that would make me the most awkward person in the world). It’s not a very exciting party trick but I’m double jointed in some limbs so I can make my arms and hands do some fairly freaky things.

7. You’re a keen baker, right? :) What would you say is your signature bake (GBBO style!)?

I’m a bit baking obsessed! I applied for the GBBO this year and made it to the interview stage and I was over the moon to even get that far. I think some sort of cake would be my signature bake. I’m leaning towards my butternut squash cake with whipped marshmallow frosting. It’s definitely one of my favourite cakes to eat!

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8. And finally, it’s our old favourite Desert Island Discs! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring along for the ride? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, two films, ingredients to make a meal, and one luxury item!

I always find these sort of questions to be really difficult because my natural tendency is to be a hoarder. Coupled with being an avid reader, my flat is covered in piles of books!

Albums: My first album would be “The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter” by Josh Ritter – it’s phenomenal, and a “must listen” for an fans of American folk rock. My second choice, based purely on what my iTunes says I’ve listened to the most is Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs”

Books: I’m going to cheat slightly and say Phillip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” trilogy (in one giant book ;) ) and “Nine Stories” by J.D. Salinger.

Films: Alfred Hitchock’s “Rebecca” and the original “The Wizard of Oz”

Ingredients: It would have to be some sort of fancy homemade pizza; sourdough crust, fresh mozzarella and basil, chorizo, pine nuts, truffle oil – the works!

Luxury Item: A soft bed with magical, constantly fresh sheets.

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~ Thanks so much for a fab interview, Amanda! Do click over to Rhyme & Ribbons and say hello, and don’t forget to follow along via Bloglovin‘! ~

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