I can’t think of a nicer way to kick off the new week (and March, no less!) than by introducing you to Rachael and her beautiful blog Made up of Little Things. It’s been a regular read of mine for almost the whole time I’ve been writing my own blog, and Rachael’s one of the wonderful women who I’ve had the pleasure of becoming ‘real-world’ friends with, albeit via the magic of WhatsApp seeing as we live at opposite ends of the country! Her blog is, as the title suggests, an exaltation of life’s little moments. It’s heart warming to the extreme- I never fail to leave Made up of Little Things without a smile on my face! This week, Rachael took time out from her daily routine corralling labradors and chickens and sweet baby Forrest to answer a few of my questions, so without further ado, let me introduce you to Made up of Little Things!

1. What made you want to start writing Made up of Little Things? Had you been an avid blog reader for a while beforehand, or did you just set it up on a whim one day? :)

‘I’m going to be completely honest here and admit that I didn’t even know lifestyle blogs existed! I had discovered vlogs on YouTube and really enjoyed them but I knew I wouldn’t ever be brave enough to make one myself so I had this totally unique and brilliant idea to document my life in a similar way in … wait for it … a blog! I do realise how naive I was now :) I googled ‘how to start a blog’ and took it from there.’


2. What three words would you use to describe your blog? And what do you hope people take away from your blog, when they visit?

‘Hmmm, three words? Friendly, simple, honest. I hope that people enjoy reading about my dull day to day life and seeing photos of my half renovated house/untidy kitchen!’

3. I know it’s hard to play favourites, but have you got a favourite post?

‘Oh God this is so difficult. I do sometimes read back over past posts because I love reading about things that I’d otherwise have forgotten. In particular, a post called ‘A Day At Home’ which I wrote pre-Forrest reminds me of how crazy busy my life used to be and how I longed for it to be more like it is now. A post I wrote about my family tradition of visiting Lake Windermere gives me the warm fuzzies too and my first ‘Obligatory Snow Post’ makes me relive that near-miss in the car as though it were only yesterday! I’m a far more cautious driver these days!’


4. What one piece of advice would you give to anyone considering starting writing a blog? And what’ve been the most positive changes Made up of Little Things has affected in your own life? :)

‘Don’t overthink it or try to make it perfect, just start writing. Blogging has made me see my life in a whole new way, I appreciate the little things even more than I ever have and I really wish I had more time to dedicate to it. I remember the frustration of starting out and having less than 10 followers but I realised that the best way to gain readers was to work on the content first and worry about the readership later.’ 

5. Tell us a little bit about life as a new Mama! What’ve been the highlights from the past year?

‘I’d like to share one of my partner’s pearls of wisdom here – ‘babies are a real game changer’! Having a baby isn’t without it’s challenges but I can honestly say it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. There are so many highlights – introducing Forrest to his first foods was great fun, watching him learn to crawl and, more recently walk, have all been so exciting. I’ve loved integrating Forrest into our lives, taking him to our favourite places and showing him things that will become important family traditions in years to come. Getting to know him, learning his little quirks and habits, his likes and dislikes. But the best thing is how it’s changed us … I never imagined it was possible to feel love like I feel for Forrest. All the cheesy cliched things people say about having children are true!’


6. Okay- hands down, what’re the three best things about living in the countryside?

‘Definitely the fresh air and the open spaces, I feel really hemmed in when I go to town and visiting cities can be really overwhelming. The fantastic views too, I am lucky to live in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds and I like to make the most of the area by getting out with the dogs as much as I can. And finally, it’s got to be the people. People are so friendly in the countryside, everyone waves/smiles/says hello to you , whether you know them or not. I love the sense of community that you get from living in a village, there’s always something going on and you can be involved as much or as little as you like. There was a Victorian tea party in the village hall last summer and one evening there was morris dancing on the village green!’

7. Many years ago you introduced me to the wonder that is the fish finger pie! (It’s total genius) Will you share with Cider with Rosie readers your most favourite dinnertime recipes? :)

‘Haha, you can’t beat a fish finger pie! Total comfort food! That’s typical of my kind of cooking I suppose, I love comfort food and good homely dinners. Cottage pie, steak and ale pie, chicken and leek pie … are you sensing a theme here?? Anything that comes with a large helping of buttery mash! Or maybe a good beef stew with chunky home made bread and a good bottle of Shiraz. But my absolute favourite has to be a roast dinner, you can’t beat a proper roast with all the trimmings. I am fully aware how very Northern I am :)’


8. And lastly, let’s play a round of ‘desert island discs’! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring with you? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, ingredients to make two meals, and one luxury item! 

‘Goodness, this is an indecisive person’s worst nightmare! Well firstly I’d cheat and put all of Elbow’s albums on one CD and all of Muse’s albums on another. I couldn’t go aw week without listening to an Elbow song, they are the soundtrack to my life! For books, it would have to be ‘Polo’ by Jilly Cooper and ‘Flambards’ by KM Peyton. My two meals would be a roast dinner (of course) and fillet steak with creamy dauphinoise potatoes and green beans, maybe with stilton sauce on the side (I’m actually salivating now) I hope there are good cooking facilities on this desert island! My luxury item would have to be lip balm, I could not cope without lip balm. I’m obsessive about it.’

** Thanks to the lovely Rachael for kicking off this week with such a fun interview! Click through to Made up of Little Things for a read of Rachael’s beautiful posts, and don’t forget to follow along via Bloglovin‘ and Instagram (search ‘madeupof’ on Insta for photos of the cutest baby you ever did see!) too! **

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It feel as though I’ve ‘known’ Stacie for such a long time now, and I’m so glad to be introducing her to you today. Every time I visit her blog I find myself humbled by her experiences, inspired by her courage, warmed by her sweetness, and in awe of her honesty. Stacie’s been waiting for a heart and lung transplant for two years and seven months, and has been sharing her experiences of life on a waiting list via her blog since 2012. Life is Worth the Fight is unlike any other blog I read, and reminds me time and again how incredible the connections we can make via this community are. This week, lovely Stacie took a little time to answer some questions for me, and I’m so glad to be sharing her answers here! So without further ado, let’s get to this interview!

1. What prompted you to start writing Life is Worth the Fight? And what’s been the best change or difference blogging has made to your life?

Life is Worth the Fight was born not long after transplant week of 2012, I had just been put on the transplant list and was discovering all these new people in a community that I wasn’t all that familiar with. I noticed that a few of these people were writing blogs. I checked them out and thought “you know I think this might help me.” So I decided that I was going blog this weird, wonderful and sometimes scary journey. I would say the best change it has brought to my life is that I’m more open with people now, I was very closed off and didn’t want to open up about how I was feeling which is understandable for anyone in my position but I knew there was no way I was going to get through this without my friends and family and they can only help if they know what’s going on with me. It has also been a platform from which I have really been able to promote my condition and Organ Donation and that can only be a good thing.

2. What three words would you use to describe Life is Worth the Fight?

Positive (mainly), roller-coaster, emotion filled [not really 3 words is it?] ;)


3. What do you find inspires you most to create content for your blog? I love how honest your posts about living with Pulmonary Hypertension are- they’re so incredibly inspiring.

My PH friends and transplant friends mostly. It’s a hard subject to write about but I get messages from newly diagnosed Pulmonary Hypertension patients or newly listed transplant patients who are scared and worried about what lies ahead and they say that a particular post helped them to see it from a different viewpoint and that definitely helps me write so openly and honestly because those people need to know what they are feeling and going through is okay and the rest of us are feeling the exact same way. Then there’s the blogging community they inspire me to write and keep doing what I do because I get messages from people saying they signed up to the Donor register because of me and my blog and that’s amazing and something I always hoped would happen but never was entirely sure would.

4. Do you have any goals you’d like to achieve with your blog during the year ahead?

My ultimate goal I suppose would be that it becomes “a post transplant blog” and that has always be my end game with Life is Worth the Fight. Ultimately though Life is Worth the Fight is for me and I want it to always be there when I need it and if it helps people in the process that is always a massive bonus.


5. You wrote recently about how much you rate audiobooks- me too! What’s been the best book you’ve listened to during the past year?

I really do love audiobooks! I really think everyone should try them at least once. I’m going to have to be a bit biased though. My favourite book of all time is “Kommandant’s Girl” by Pam Jenoff and this year when I fell back in love Audiobooks I brought Kommandant’s Girl and it made me love the book just that much more! It’s been my favourite book since I was about 15 and having it on audiobook just means I can retreat to my happy place whenever I want. I really do recommend it especially if you are into World War 2 romance books.

6. Your blog is my go-to place for Lush product recommendations! Would you give us a ’top 5’ list of your all-time favourite Lush products? :)

Haha! I do have a unhealthy obsession with Lush. My 5 personal favourites? Thats so hard! They are probably going to be seasonal as well which sucks for people who want to go get them. 1. Golden Wonder (only available at Christmas though)

2. Love Locket Bath Bomb (only available at Valentines day)

3. Immaculate Eggception bath bombs (that come out at Easter)

4. The Comforter, I always have at least one of these in my stash and they last ages and smell amazing!

5. The Butter Ball. I’m renowned for being a lazy moisturiser on my legs etc. and this is just a absolute god send!!


7. Will you tell us a little about your lovely family? What’re the very best things about being an Aunt to little Jaydon? :)

Being a Aunty is probably what I was born to be. Due to my condition I cannot have children which I am perfectly okay with but I’m very lucky to have my two little nephews Jaydon and Spencer. I suppose the best thing about being an aunt is that I get to be nicer than mummy and daddy do, they have to enforce the rules whereas aunty Stacie gets to sneak them the odd sweetie when mummy’s in a particularly grumpy mood. I get to be the one they want to read stories with and they want to show me immediately when they get a new toy, and the best thing about it all is if they decide they want to throw a tantrum I get to hand them back :-D


8. And lastly, let’s play a round of ‘desert island discs’! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring with you? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, ingredients to make two meals, and one luxury item!

I’m surprised at how easy I’ve found the CDs question because I’m not the biggest music enthusiast but I would have two favourites. Taylor Swift “1989″ and Bastille “All this Bad Blood” …. oh no but then I’ve come to love Sam Smith as well no, no I will stick with Taylor and Bastille. Two books easy peasy, “Kommandant’s Girl” by Pam Jenoff and Harry Potter can we just pretend that all seven books is one? I’m going to say the ingredients for two of my all time comfort foods and that would be pancakes and I figure you can also make a cake out of those ingredients too ;) and also the ingredients for Spaghetti Bolognese because that is what I always want when I come out of hospital if I’ve had a particularly long stay. I’m not sure how well these ingredients would last on a island though lol. If I was being super tactical and survival mode though I’d probably be sensible and be like I’d take a Chicken or something haha!

** Thanks to Stacie for taking time out to answer my nosy questions! Click through to Life is Worth the Fight for a read of Stacie’s lovely posts, and don’t forget to follow along via Bloglovin‘ too! **

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I’ve fallen clean in love with Lisa’s blog, over the past month. It’s such a wonderful read- beautifully written and so very personable, with a variety of posts that’ll get just about anyone reading back through the archives! What I love most about Not Quite Enough are Lisa’s travel posts- in the past year alone she’s traveled to Spain, Tokyo, Brussels, and so many cities within the UK too! It’s enough to give you wanderlust! There’s something so refreshingly honest about Lisa’s writing, that made me warm to her the very first time I clicked through to her blog. And I’m so excited to be hosting her and her lovely blog here today! So, without further ado, let me introduce the lovely Lisa, and Not Quite Enough

1. You describe your blog as being about ‘getting off the sofa’! What’s been the best change blogging has brought about in your life?

I do! Documenting and sharing posts about things I’ve done and place I’ve been is great motivation for me to actually get up and do things. When I first moved to London I got into a routine of working long hours and then just using the weekends to do nothing but relax a bit and that’s all very well and good sometimes. However, when people would ask me how London was and what I was up to and my only answer was work, I knew I had to make a change and make more of my life. I’ve definitely done that in the year that I’ve been writing my blog and I’m a much happier person for that. So that’s probably the best change blogging has brought about in my life – a happier, more dynamic and (hopefully) more interesting me.

2. What three words would you use to describe Not Quite Enough?

Motivational (for me anyway), varied and *mine*.


3. What do you find inspires you most to create content for your blog? And do you find that it’s the photographs or the words that come easier? 

The posts on Not Quite Enough are very much led by and are secondary to me going out and doing something. Although blogging started off being my motivation for getting out and about, I won’t go out and do something for the sake of blogging about it, so I suppose London inspires me the most as I’m surrounded by it – the things I do and see, the restaurants and bars I visit and the events that I attend. However, having said that, I love getting out of London and seeing a bit more of not only other countries but also places closer to home in England.  As I blog about the things that I do the photography naturally comes first and then the story tends to come later as I try and find the right balance between being a bit of a diary and maybe being of use and interest to others.

4. Do you have any goals you’d like your lovely blog to achieve during 2015? Or are you just happy to see where it takes you? :)

I’m really just happy to see where it takes me. I would love to continue to improve my photography skills and I want to continue to use my blog to push me to be and do more in life. The blogging community is so amazing for inspiration and although at times I definitely get a little jealous and feel a little inadequate looking at the lives of so many phenomenal people, it challenges me to be better and to work harder at what I do in life and at what I’m putting out there.


5. What’re the best things about living in London? Will you share with us your three favourite places to visit at the weekend? Any secret haunts we should know about?

I think the best thing for me has to be the ability to really pursue my career. Although it frustrates me at times, I genuinely love my job and I feel so fortunate to be able to say that. Outside of work, one of the best things has to be the fact that London has pretty much everything you could ever want or need. For a girl who comes from a relatively large town which doesn’t even have a bookshop, it’s amazing to just be able to nip out and buy anything you need without having to either travel miles or order it online. Another thing I love is that I’m so close to all the events that are going on, so there’s really no excuse for not getting out and doing more.

At the weekend I love visiting the various street food markets around the city and often wander down to Wapping Market on a Sunday to buy both produce and a spot of lunch. Another weekend favourite is Old Spitalfields Market where I’ve found a great book stall which has a great selection of new books which sell for only a few pounds each, plus, my favourite bakery – Flavourtown Bakery – have a stall there and I always end up with a cupcake or brownie to take home.

My favourite secret haunt though is in the city and is St Dunstan in the East which is a church that was bombed in the Second World War and has now been turned into a beautiful public garden. It’s a tiny little oasis in the City and makes a wonderful little lunch spot for the surrounding office workers during the week (myself included as luckily it’s not too far from my office).


6. What advice would you give to anyone thinking about starting a blog? :) Any top tips you’ve learnt so far along the way?

Ooh, tricky, I’m not sure I’m really the best person to give advice but I suppose I’d have to tell people to know and understand their priorities and to maintain perspective. For a lot of people (me included) blogging is a hobby rather than being a stepping stone to a career or as a way of making money and yet I sometimes see those same people stressing about finding time to post or apologising for not blogging more when actually they shouldn’t be feeling that level of guilt over something that should be fun!

7. Will you tell us a little about your Christmas plans? :) Where’re you spending the Big Day? And anything fun on your Christmas list this year? {Can you tell I sent my nosy old questions over to Lisa just before Xmas? ;)}

I always go back home for the Christmas period (or at least as much of it as I manage to get off work) but it’s going to be a bit of an odd Christmas this year for a few reasons, firstly my mum is undergoing cancer treatment at the moment and so we’ll be spending a lot of time at various hospital appointments and secondly, I am doing a part-time postgraduate course and have an awful lot of studying to do in my time off work.

For the day itself we tend to just have a quiet day at home, we wake up early and have bacon sandwiches before my nan and grandad join us for the morning to unwrap presents before cooking a big traditional turkey lunch. In the afternoon we end up playing board games before settling down in front of the TV (often for a bit of a nap). Nothing big or glamorous but it’s family time, which is the most important thing in the world.

As for presents, there’s nothing fun on my Christmas list this year! I think I’ve reached that point where there’s nothing that’s really caught my eye lately and I don’t need anything for the house, so I think it’ll be experiences and classes for me this year. I love things like that as gifts though as I love learning new things and acquiring new skills.


8. And lastly, let’s play a round of ‘desert island discs’! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring with you? You can bring two albums/CDs, two books, ingredients to make two meals, and one luxury item!

I must admit that I am not a big music person at all and so I could probably forego the CDs, particularly if it meant I could have two more books instead.

Just picking two books is so tricky though, I’m not really into music but I definitely am a book person. If I had to only pick two, I would have to pick the Gormenghast Trilogy by Mervyn Peake (all in one volume so it only counts as one!) and then maybe Scouting for Boys by Robert Baden-Powell (the founder of Scouting), in the hope that it might be helpful on the island! Although, depending on who I was stranded with, Lord of the Flies might be a good cautionary tale.

As for ingredients for two meals – pizza would definitely have to be one of them, it has everything – bread, cheese, meat, vegetables, basically the perfect desert island meal.  If I had someone who could make it in a properly, I think my second meal ingredients would have to be for Kung Po Chicken, it’s a dish I loved when I went to China a few years ago and have since tried to find the dish done the same way over here in England but it’s not that easy as you have go to proper Szechuan restaurants to find it done the way I liked in China but I could eat it all day.

** Huge thanks to Lisa for taking time out for the interview! Don’t forget to click through to Not Quite Enough and have a read of Lisa’s posts, and follow along via Bloglovin‘ too! **

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Little-Observationist-Cider-with-Rosie-3 It’s been so lovely getting to know Steph and her sweet blog over the past few weeks. Little Observationist is a lifestyle blog, that features an engaging mix of travel posts, gift guides and wish lists, recipes, and ‘life lately’ catch up posts. I just love the way Steph writes, the gorgeous photos she takes, her outlook on life, and her travel posts that captured my heart right from the off. This interview was such a fascinating one to do, and I’m sure you’re going to love reading Steph’s answers and getting to know her lovely blog! Take particular note of her amazing thoughts on the diversity of London, a few questions down. It’s easily one of my favourite answers I’ve ever read whilst doing this series of posts! So, without further ado, let me introduce you to Little Observationist…

1. You say on your ‘FAQ’ page that you’ve been blogging in one form or other since 2002! What is it about blogging that’s captured your heart so fully? 

Yes, it’s been about 12 years now! I’ve always loved to write, but it was when I moved to London in 2007 that I started blogging a bit differently – to connect with this new city and the people who live here. Blogging is the perfect excuse and motivation to explore the most random places, to develop my photography skills and be more observant. It also helps create a community, which is a challenge any expat faces. My blog inspires me to observe the world around me more closely and the world around me inspires me to take photographs and write. I don’t think that cycle is likely to break anytime soon.

2. What do you hope your readers take away from Little Observationist, when they visit?

Inspiration to observe their own world a bit more closely and to pursue and appreciate life’s little luxuries – whether that’s baking one of the recipes I share, booking a trip to Copenhagen or picking up a something to read from my bookshelf. Or, it could just be somewhere people return to because it’s a fun, colourful place to enjoy a bit of escapism while they sip their morning tea.


3. Do you have a favourite kind of post to write? :) It’s your writing that I love most about your blog, you have the loveliest ‘voice’!

Thanks! What I love most is the variety. I used to write only about London on Little London Observationist, which I had for five years. About two years ago, I switched to Little Observationist, which gives me more freedom to share travel adventures, recipes, a bit of fashion here and there and just about anything that inspires me – London still included, of course.

4. What’s been the best thing you’ve learnt or discovered through writing Little Observationist? 

I have learned a ton through blogging! From skills like writing HTML, building websites and teaching myself the nitty gritty of social media that goes with it (which is the reason I have my full time job as a Social Media Strategist now) to learning how to take photographs because I wanted my blog to be bright and visual (which lead to a few exhibitions) to basic networking skills and improving my writing, the list goes on. Beyond the technical stuff, I’ve learned an incredible amount about London, things I never thought I’d learn from interviewing some 300 people so far and, in the process, a lot about myself, who I am and what makes me happy.


5. Your love for travel and exploration shines through when reading your blog! Where’s been your favourite place you’ve ever visited, and why? 

Ha, this is a trick question! My favourite place is always the next one in my flight schedule because I love the anticipation, having a brand new city at my fingertips and not knowing what to expect or what sort of stories will come home with me. London has always been – and always will be – one of my favourite places in the world. Recent standouts are Copenhagen (for the food), Amsterdam (for the culture and canals) and St. Lucia (because it was our honeymoon). I also lived in a Colombian village for six months about three years ago and that left a huge impression on me. And having just married a Spaniard, Spain is always going to be a big part of my life. As you can see, I am terrible at answering this question!

6. And continuing on with the travel theme- will you tell us a little about what it’s like to live in London as an expat? Have there been any challenges you’ve had to overcome? And what’s been the best thing about moving here? :)

It’s an incredible privilege to be able to live in this city. Coming from a small suburb upstate New York where everyone comes from the same background, London is very different from where I grew up. My dad is British so from family vacations to studying abroad in London during university, it wasn’t completely unfamiliar to me. I was lucky not to have to deal with the immigration challenges that most Americans who move here face. I came over two weeks after graduation with not much of a plan so my challenges came in finding my first job, flat hunting, setting up bank accounts and phone contracts, etc. as well as finding a circle of friends. Luckily everything came together and I’ve managed to build a life here.

The best thing? Without a doubt, the diversity is something that continues to amaze me. It has been incredible to be able to make friends with and learn from people who come from such different backgrounds to me – people from countries all over the globe, who eat foods I’d never seen, speak languages I’d never heard and believe in religions I barely knew anything about. It is humbling to listen to people who can speak four different languages fluently, to talk about how we’re all so similar yet so different, to be invited into homes of people from Uganda and Mongolia and Lithuania and eat their traditional home cooked meals and meet their families. London has given me the world in one place.


7. What’s at the top of your Christmas list, this year? Anything exciting you’re hoping might be under the tree with your name on it come the 25th?

Relaxing and spending time with family. While I do go home to New York a few times a year, I haven’t been for Christmas in six years! I’m so looking forward to being there this year, the snow, my parents’ giant decorated tree, eating lots of cookies, seeing my cousins and their family who I haven’t seen in years and catching up with everyone. Under the tree? I love being surprised, so I won’t name anything specific!


8. Last of all, let’s do a round of desert island discs! If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring with you? You can choose two albums/CDs, two books, ingredients to make two meals, and one luxury item!

Can’t I just bring my Spotify playlists? Okay, if I have to choose, I’ll take The Goo Goo Dolls Greatest Hits (because they are from Buffalo, NY and their music is attached to many memories) and Supertramp’s Breakfast in America (because my dad used to roadie with them before he moved to the States and my brother and I grew up with their music blasting from his speakers).

Two books? The Place at the End of the World by Janine di Giovanni (because it’s one of my favourite books and she’s one of my favourite journalists) and Book of Peoples of the World: A Guide to Cultures by National Geographic (because it’s an excellent book and I love to learn about how other people live).

My two meals would be Fresh Oregano Bread with Spinach Feta Lasagne and Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas. If I’m allowed dessert, it would be a chocolate sheet cake or Red Velvet Brownies.

Can my laptop be my one luxury item? (If you let me sneak my camera in too, I’d make you some Red Velvet Brownies when I was allowed to come home again…)


** Thanks so much to Steph for taking time out for the interview! Don’t forget to click through to Little Observationist and have a read of Steph’s gorgeous posts, and follow along via Bloglovin‘ {& her lovely Pinterest boards too}! **

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