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snack time

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2. Using electric beaters, beat butter, sugars and yolk in small mixing bowl until light and creamy. Add essence, beat until combined.

3. Transfer mixture to large mixing bowl; add flour and 2/3 choc dots. Using a metal spoon, stir until ingredients are just combined.

4. Using fingers, press mixture together to form a soft dough. Roll one tablespoon of mixture at a time into a ball.

5. Press remaining dots on top of balls. Arrange on the prepared tray.

6. Bake for 15 minutes or until crisp and lightly browned, allow to cool.

By Jess Fellows

getting back to reading

Reading brings such pleasure – well it did pre- having children. Since popping out the kiddies I have struggled to get my reading mojo back till now.

As a specialist print-based designer I am a traditionalist reader (aka prefer the paper variety rather then this e-book business). But recently I have discovered the convenience an e-book offers.

For me my day is broken into pretty much 10 minute stints of activities. Which if you have a book on your phone or ipad can mean while I wait at school in the pick-up circle waiting for said children I can quickly read a chapter or two.

No I am in no way proclaiming I have seen the e-book reading light and will convert forever but I am totally enjoying that it has allowed me to get back into reading. And I have certainly not given up on the paper variety (my last credit card transaction at Amazon can vouch for that).

So for a simple pleasure that I relished and I didn’t do because “I did not have the time” or felt a pang of guilt each time I looked at the pile of unread books on my bedside table this discovery has enlivened this pleasure all over again.

Now I am looking at other pleasures I enjoyed that may have fallen by the wayside and see if I can’t reboot some love into them!

Enjoy!

By Jess Fellows

desktop comfort

Sitting down each day at my desk it’s weird how much comfort I find in just being amongst my stuff.

It’s usually messy, but it’s my mess. Everything from the felt tip pens, doodle journal, coffee (so much coffee), laptop, swatch books, phone etc … is comfortable and what I need to attack each day.

I must admit I do secretly love a good peek at other peoples workspaces too! Seeing these spaces I find fascinating. It’s like a taste of how other people think, how they create, how they function.

Even those magazine articles that interview creatives at their desks or amongst their stuff are awesome and I will search them out (yes I am even guilty of secretly ripping out these articles from doctor surgery magazines).

It’s weird to think that some people sit amongst mounting crap and create the most amazing things and other sit in a completely sterile setting and equally create amazing things. I’m sure there is some psychology behind all this but for now I am happy to just stalk others peoples settings.

Enjoy!

By Jess Fellows

goal setting

Are you a goal setter? I never thought I was but recently I was asked to set some goals and I realised that I am actually quite the goal setter! Who knew?

There are many reasons why people set goals but for me it has always been combining something I want with needing a challenge. There also might be a link between feeling bored and setting goals but that’s a whole other blog post…

In trying to identify and set new goals recently, much more thought has been given to the outcomes I want. Or more specifically the way I want to feel when these are reached. Factoring this into the actual goal has made setting it much more challenging.

Though clarifying this has already had a noticeable effect on my focus and determination. So it will be interesting to see if it is sustainable or if it makes the outcome any more rewarding.

Only time will tell but getting specific has felt quite rewarding already and I am tempted to see how effective being more specific in other aspects of life and work might turn out. Let’s see shall we…

By Jess Fellows

rain rain and rain

It’s that miserable time of year where it is still Winter for another whole month (and if you are here the Highlands you know Winter will probably continue right on through until November).

It’s hard to remember the last time the lounge room wasn’t filled with washing trying to dry. I certainly don’t remember the last time the kids played outside and didn’t trek an acre of mud back inside. It has even been so moist that I discovered mushrooms growing on some architraves. Eeek!

Never ever have I wished for hot weather. The cold has been how I like it. But something has broken this year and I am desperately craving warmth. That said I reserve the right to totally complain in six months about how hot it is and how much I was wish it was Winter!

By Jess Fellows

hooray (again)

Well we did it again! In the latest issue of Hooray mag is another of our illustrations. A bit brighter and bolder and totally in your face!
Do you know Hooray? It’s a fab magazine that features all the ins and outs of events including styling, recipes and insights into actual events. This issue features a heap of yum things and quite a few stories that has given me a tonne to think about as we approach the more festive part of the year. Oh my!

Enjoy!

By Jess Fellows

a freakin’ gem

You have no doubt seen, if not heard, about Mick Fanning and his now forever famous shark escape. You are probably also aware he did an interview and chatted about the whole ordeal.

This guy has one of the most amazing spirits and one of the hugest hearts I know.

have your doubts? Than you might like to know that he has donated the entire appearance fee from that interview to a not-so-lucky shark attack victim.

Still have your doubts? This guys totally loves and respects his mother and is not afraid to sit on national television and say as much.

See, he’s a freakin gem!

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snack time
Doodle Tuesday #28
getting back to reading
desktop comfort
Doodle Tuesday #27
goal setting
rain rain and rain
Doodle Tuesday #26
hooray (again)
a freakin’ gem