Procrastination: The art of…..

All Talk

All Talk

 I have been talking about my blog for months (years if I’m honest, or you ask my husband) I get very excited & animated about it.  I fill notebooks with ideas & witty anecdotes – I even discuss ideas for new posts with people. I pin images on Pinterest to use in posts, cocktail recipes to try, dinner parties I plan to throw, rooms I am obsessed with, colour palettes, textures, paintings, street style,  instructions for growing & shaping the perfect moustache & advice for gentlemen on how to select the perfect hat to reflect ones social standing & befitting the occasion – all entirely relevant knowledge for a young lady in 1913 2013.

If the hat fits

If the hat fits

I find Blogging to be a wonderful way to communicate my ideas & inspirations for elevating even the most mundane of tasks into something really rather pleasurable. I believe that life needn’t be dull & strive to inspire others to enjoy the little things, be that the pleasure of fresh sheets on your bed or pouring the perfect Gin & Tonic on a sunny Sunday afternoon. I encourage you to delight in learning to cook the perfect roast chicken with the crispiest potatoes, become renowned for your incredible curries – or for your cunning ability to always find the perfect gift for people….

It’s a guide to fabulous living.

The only downside to this fabulous approach to life & in my haste to inspire others, I have managed to perfect the art of procrastination… I could write a book (or blog!) on the art of it & believe me, like anything else in life it can be turned into an art form- a masterpiece if you please!

BUT No More…

Today is the day that I will actually start my blog that you have all heard so much about. It’s going to be fabulous.

 

The Perfect G& T from Drizzle & Dip blog

The Perfect G& T from Drizzle & Dip blog

 Chin, chin X