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Roundup - My best 5 posts in 2015

12 months ago, more or less, I started blogging through Seasons in Colour. Sometimes I wonder why I didn't start earlier. Like, 5-6 years earlier. Damn. But still, I cannot complain, it's been a great first year and I got more out of it than I expected. Basically, I stayed sane. I started with an idea of covering interiors, lifestyle and fashion, but soon understood that my personal time was waaaaay too limited to cover it all. It would be mediocre and doomed. So, I changed the blog theme and focused on the one area I was more pationate about (and I guess, me being in my 30s influenced this decision as well).

There are posts that I am really proud of and, if you are a new reader of the blog, I would love to point you to them. If you have been reading the blog for some time, let me know if you agree with my choices or if you have a specific post that you liked more. So, in reverse order of personal preference, here are my top 5 posts for 2015, why I loved them and what you can expect to get out by reading them.

#Room make-over: my office

In at number 5, is my home office redecoration. This post could have been a LOT better, but it was still early days in terms of my writing and presentation. But it's a good post to compare to my more recent work.

Why I love this post: This is the room I am most proud of in our home given it's all personal work (from stripping old carpet and wallpaper when we first moved in, to sanding and repainting <and then painting again a year later, shhhh!>, as well as choosing the new scheme and style altogether). The way that I write and present my posts has evolved over the last 12 months, and I am still working on a "writing and presentation" style (even on fonts and colour schemes) so do excuse the formating mess (photo heavy) and try to focus on the actual makeover please. This is one post I will revisit in Jan and try to present from a different angle.

What you will get out of this post: hopefully, be motivated to work on your own make-over projects using your existing fur