Showing posts with label Travel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Travel. Show all posts

December 30, 2012

New Year, Another Fresh Start

Hands up if you're all set for 2013? 

Me? Kind of.

Let's recap... at the beginning of 2012 I wrote a similarly titled post about a New Year, Fresh Start. I rambled on about all the new things and adventures that this year would hold and whatnot, and I must say the year did not disappoint. 

I did some freelancing, got to work in new industries, tried making my own rubber stamps (but haven't blogged about it yet as I'm not very good at it and need more practice) as well as lots of other stuff; all in all I had a fun year. 

I must admit, the thing that I've neglected this year has been this blog and the Left & Write shop - tut tut to me. I did have big plans to do more stuff, but you know - stuff happens.

So, what's in store for 2013 for Left & Write?

For starters, the Left & Write shop will be closing [insert sad face here]. 
As sad as I am about doing this, it's for a good reason - I'm moving to Hong Kong. So whilst I'm getting settled there, I need to put the shop on hiatus... for now.

In the meantime, I'll try and keep the blog updated as much as possible and be sure to keep you posted on any stationery adventures I may have in HK.

To commemorate our move to Hong Kong and to remind us of home, I bought these prints from Fade Out Design which we plan on putting up in our new apartment. 

All that's left to say is, Hong Kong here we come, and...


The Peak, Hong Kong (Photo taken by The Husband - Isn't he good!) 
P.S Keep an eye out for the upcoming Left & Write mega-sale. Details to follow. 

May 01, 2010

Did You Have Something From The Mini-Bar?

What should I do with any spare time I may have? Oh I know... start another blog of course.
If you like travel or just looking at hotels, have a look at Did You Have Something From The Mini Bar?

Feel free to have a browse, add it your feed reeder or whatever.

Don't worry, I'm not neglecting Left & Write. Just giving you something else to read.