Evergreen: Discover the Joy in Every Season
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She trained to be a beauty therapist and found a job at The End in Watford, an independent fashion store in the UK. Master bedroom repainted, new bed from USA but mattress now 10 inches too small in width. Bespoke mattress successfully begged.
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For another option to view Lydia's YouTube channel without giving her views or making her money, please use this link...My professional advice would be to take some time out, to work out who she is, find a meaningful charity or cause that she can champion with sincerity and be humble and also recognise that although she feels she might 'deserve' the success and that she 'helps' countless amounts of small businesses she needs to stay humble. There are superstars that behave more gracefully than a two-bit chav who posts on social media occasionally. It took ten years to build and can take just ten minutes to crumble. Lydia assisted fellow influencer Frow in finding a house to buy in a neighbouring village outside Milton Keynes. Lydia bought a dachshund after seeing how popular Frow's dachshund was with viewers. Last seen together* at Frow's Edge of Ember launch party in 2021 where Lydis was gifted jewellery that was never seen again. Frow's career (after a dodgy period when she left her agency on, we think, Lidl's advice) is going from strength to strength. * may have been a dog walk since
Evergreen: Discover the Joy in Every Season by Lydia Elise
Powder room repainted burgundy, re wall papered with pheasant wallpaper of dreams. After it was pointed out on Tattle that the pheasants were not centred on the taps and their heads were cut off by the mirror it was announced that if would be redone, due to 'issues' (July 2021 still the same). Seeing #EvergreenTheBook in its final form for the first time at @jaffe_and_neale was a moment I will never, ever forget. Misophonia (mentioned when Ali was ill in Nov 2022)..an aversion to bodily noises. Seems she has had it all her life.Having moved to the English countryside just over five years ago, everything from my fashion, interior and beauty choices to how I spend my spare time these days is heavily influenced and inspired by the evergreen beauty of nature and the joy I find in seasonal living. Happiest when I’m at home pottering in my greenhouse or curled up on the sofa with my husband Ali and our beautiful pets, Lumi, Porter and Berkeley, I’m so grateful that you’ve chosen to be here and look forward to welcoming you into my world. Sorry for the long post but I needed to get that off my chest. And if you’re reading Lydia, shame on you!