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I've never been that person with the Five Year Plan. When people were deciding their GCSE options based on their parents' decision to study medicine at university, I opted to go for what I enjoyed. When my past relationships have taken a "let's decide dates" turn my #goals have been a little more vague. And god help anyone who has to buy me a present because I'll definitely not be able to give you any guidance. I'm the sort of person that makes personal decisions based upon what I like, what I want, and what is fun. Right now. I'll be the first person to hold my hands up and say 'okay, I'm not thinking about kids and weddings', but I can guarantee to be your first port of call for anything happening, good or bad, big or small; I've got a few boarding passes to Paris and crumpled up receipts as physical proof.

It's getting to the time of year when people are asking me what I 'like'. It's my birthday next week, so have had a fair few queries as to what I want to do, what I'll be doing throughout the week, what presents I've got in mind, etc. I've always been one to have a fairly low key celebration, inviting a few people over for drinks before heading out (normally not remembering coming home), but this year I don't want anything. Call it odd, but I really don't want a marker of this coming of age. Having a birthday in December is tough as it is - people are busy, booking a large table has to be done months in advance, and it's really bloody cold - but this time round I've come to the conclusion that, really, it's not worth the hype at all. Maybe it's getting old (don't hate me, anyone over 27), or maybe it's just coming round to the conclusion that there are more important things to do than celebrate the passing of time.

But, if there is something I like doing, it's spending the afternoon in a country pub (The Hare in Roxwell, shown above, is a personal favourite), and generally avoiding outside life at all costs. It is, after all, the little things rather than the big displays of ostentation that count.


  1. LOVE that blanket cape Rebecca! And those beautiful photographs. I seriously miss crunchy leaves. I'm terrible at decisions and plans too, I'm that annoying 'leave it to fate' girl if I can't make a proper, well-rounded decision. Hey, I ended up in HK because of it ;) And yes to the mantra of having better things to do than celebrate the passing of time, ha! You should celebrate a little of a lot every day. Hi I'm scared about turning 25 in March. xx

  2. You look wonderful Rebecca, so beautiful x


  3. I don't know why but when I first saw the photo of the dog I thought it was a lion and was like 'Whaaaat?' haha! You look so lovely, how cosy does that cape look? I hope you still have a lovely birthday, even if you don't want to celebrate it much it's still a good excuse to eat cake (although, do we really need excuses to eat cake?) x

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  4. This cape looks so cosy and snuggly! I think events get harder to organise ever year, especially when it comes to birthdays!

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  5. Love the outfit - especially the cape. It's perfectly snug for the colder months! Birthdays are definitely difficult to plan but just enjoying the day doing what you love is always the easiest.
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