I wish MAEVE magazine was available in print. This nostalgic winter issue is perfect for curling up with in your bed with a hot cuppa on a drowsy doona day. Chantelle from Fat Mum Slim writes on ageing, floaties and mother guilt; Katrina Higham shares her pikelets; Rachel Skrobalak misses the bus; Danielle Quarmby discusses her daughter's autism spectrum disorder; Cheong-Ah Hwang's paper sculptures are passing whimsical fancies; Jasmine Nerrie writes 'Kitchen Memoirs'; "Flossy P", aka Alice Flossy Pumpernickel, is the new girl on the block; Cath Connell shares her tips for making a family album; Amy Purfield-Clark models her satchel; Julie Parker uplifts with her words; and the dreamy illustration and photography is a visual escape for dreary days.
I wish I'd seen the "Never Cut Your Own Fringe" page before Tuesday. Oops. Seemed like a good idea at the time!
Girl With a Satchel