I only call you when it's half past five.

hylands park autumn
hylands park gif
autumn hylands park
hylands park chelmsford essex
burberry poncho dupe
dogwalking hylands park chelmsford essex
burberry cape dupe ebay
chelmsford autumn gif
lessthan10pounds playsuit
chelmsford wildlife photography
chelmsford blogger
eBay blanket cape: £19.99. Rust playsuit: c/o lessthantenpounds.com. Karen Millen boots: £25, sample sale. Mac "Ravishing" lipstick.

Could you be any more cliché? I may be minus the red cup and faux fur hat, but this girl loves a theme. If there's one theme that keeps cropping up when I think about this blog, poor segway aside, I sometimes (read: quite a lot of the time) wonder whether there's much point of keeping this blog going; I don't have the best photos, don't really 'know my angles', only just about keep blogging regularly and weep a little bit every time the mail app starts on my laptop. Yet I know there will always be that "what if?" part of me (and that "you better not bloody give up, you weakling" part of me) which pushes me forwards a little bit longer. I try new ways to take photos, and hope to have improved just a little from last year and the year before. I try new things, even if it's simply adding a bit of information about where the photos were taken or adding in more lifestyle elements. And, possibly most importantly, I try to pop something up I'd like to read myself. Whether it's four paragraphs cracking jokes about dressing like Blair Waldorf or a set of photos that are so tumblr it makes me feel a little queasy, I do hope there's a little something to make you smile. Even if I'm not able to produce a pumpkin spiced latte. Which are disgusting, imo.


  1. I've never tried a pumpkin spiced latte, because they sound grim.
    I really love your blog. Having been going through a similar feeling of "why do I still do this?" with mine lately, I think I've come to the conclusion that it's OK to continue as long as I'm enjoying writing it.

  2. I love your photos! These have really captured the autumnal theme and your cape is gorgeous but most importantly, don't give up! :)

    Charlotte xo


  3. Such a beautiful blog post, I adore the colours so much! Your blog is one of my favourites Rebecca, definitely don't give up!

    India x

  4. You look beautiful here and I can't believe what good cheap finds your outfit was! Keep blogging, babe. It's awesome.

  5. I'm silent blog reader (haha sorry), but I honestly really enjoy your outfits and blog posts, so definitely don't stop blogging! I like your style, and the little touches like including the Google Maps and the gifs are pretty unique touches. I haven't had the opportunity to try a pumpkin spice latte (it's spring in Australia atm), but am interested in seeing if it's worth the hype when autumn comes around again down here. Hope you have a lovely week :)

  6. Putting up posts that you'd like to read yourself is key, I think. And I think pumpkin spice lattes are disgusting, too - vegetables have no place in my coffee! x

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