Beautiful fashion jewellery by Jon Richard


When I first became a mum all sense of fashion went straight out the window. I wore my over the bump elasticated jeans for as long as possible (despite no longer having a bump) and when it came to tops, it was all about what was breastfeeding-friendly. Fast forward nearly 20 months (my god that went quick) and I'd like to think that I've somewhat re-discovered my sense of style. Admittedly, I can't tell you the latest fashion trends without doing a quick Google search but I'm actually starting to enjoy clothes shopping again and well, I'd call that a start.


I've also been putting a little more effort into my outfits with the help of Jon Richard and their beautiful range of jewellery. For so long, I didn't wear jewellery for fear of Arthur pulling and breaking it but now he understands 'no' (though sometimes chooses to disregard it) I've been able to wear it a lot more. For me, less is more and I'm only likely to wear a piece or two at one time but I really find it completes an outfit and makes it that little bit more special.


A love for crystals runs in my family, so it was no surprise that Jon Richard's Swarovski Crystal jewellery collection caught my eye. In particular, the pearl drop earrings and their elegant design, perfect for date night outfits. The beautiful Swarovski crystals in the earrings show an array of colours when they catch the light and the matching necklace and bangle are equally beautiful.


Of course, dainty crystal jewellery isn't everyone's cup of tea but Jon Richard appears to cater to all tastes. They have a stunning range of fashion-led jewellery with affordable pieces to suit all. If you're more a lover of statement jewellery, their MOOD range will be right up your street. I'm loving the gold textured drop earrings and matching bracelet and have been using them to style up my summer maxi dress outfits. They're both really eye catching pieces and although I prefer to wear them separately, you could easily wear them together without it being 'too much.'

A big thank you to Jon Richard for sending over these lovely pieces for me to try out. If you fancy exploring their collections yourself (and I recommend you do) head on over to the Jon Richard website!

Megan x

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Hello again


Well, well, well, it's been a long time since I posted on here! I fully expected to be able to blog alongside running the tearoom and 'mumming' (so many others manage it) but until now it's just not seemed possible. I have been eager to blog for a good few weeks but I guess as well as struggling with time management, I also felt like I'd forgotten how to do it. I still feel a little rusty to be honest. But seeing as I've been blessed with an evening where Arthur has actually fallen asleep at a decent hour (I'm sure he's worse at going to bed now he's a toddler) I thought I'd give it a go.

A lot has happened since the big move and whilst I'll probably share some stories another time, I wanted to talk more about how since moving down here, I feel like I've found 'me' again. Working in the tearoom and interacting with customers has done the world of good for my confidence. Although I enjoyed working at home before, my job didn't require any face-to-face interaction and that's something I actually quite enjoy. I've also lost weight (whoop whoop) - thanks to weeks and weeks of painting and that's made me feel a lot better about myself. I'm fitting back into my size 10 and size 12 pre-pregnancy clothes and even though I've got wobbles and stretchmarks here, there and everywhere, I don't have as many body hangups as I had even before I was pregnant.

Personally, I'm in a really happy place. My little boy is thriving. He's intelligent, beautiful and most importantly happy. I have wonderful people around me and although I miss my friends from 'back home' dearly, I know they're only a Whatsapp message away.

I guess the only part of 'me' I feel is still missing is this little space and that's what I'm hoping to get back. I've blogged on and off here on Seek My Scribbles for years and years. It's seen me through a lot of change (and not just my hair colour) and I've also explored various topics from beauty to motherhood. I'm still not 100% sure what I'm going to be blogging about from here on but I'm looking forward to re-discovering my love for blogging and seeing where it takes me. I hope you'll stick around to see what I've got to offer.

For now I have no intention of sticking to a schedule. I'll be blogging what I want to, when I want to. Promise I won't leave it as long next time though.

Megan x
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