The Devils Work.

Now I know Halloween is on Thursday but I am working that evening, thus leaving me with no option but to show you my outfit early. And to be quite honest I am not celebrating Halloween until Saturday when me and my friend are going to a local screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, where I will be wearing a some what warmer outfit!

Here I am dressed as a little devil and my make-up well I am creating a YouTube video for that...Image


Dress - H&M, Sock - Tesco, Shoes - New Look, Horns - No Idea

xoxo Miriam

How 90's of Me.

i just couldn't ignore the 90's revival recently, there are somethings that should come back, the rave scene in America and "dancing with molly" (Miley Cyrus), the spice girls (EWW cringe). But I couldn't help myself but indulge in over-sized denim jackets, clunky brogues and late night photos that are a little off colour.





- Jacket: Levis - Jumper: So-Cal - Skirt: H&M - Brogues: Clarkes - 

xoxo Miriam

Cinnamon Swirls







I find that cinnamon is by far the most seasonal spice, especially at Christmas (I appologise for mentioning this word so early on in the colder months) but I wanted something to eat with my chai tea lattes. So as this is the day of the Great British Bake Off I needed a baked snack for watching, and these seemed like the perfect autumn bake, and they went down well with ma famille so I hope you enjoy trying these out!


  1. Plain flour, for dusting

  2. 1 quantity home-made puff pastry (find one that works for you, I use a mixture of 2 recipes)

  3. 75g unsalted butter, softened

  4. 75g golden caster sugar, plus extra for sprinkling

  5. 2 tsp ground cinnamon

  6. 60g sultanas

  7. 1 medium free-range egg, beaten with 2 tbsp milk



  1.  Preheat the oven to 200°C/fan180°C/gas 6. On a floured surface, roll out the pastry to a rectangle measuring about 30cm x 40cm.

  2. Beat together the butter, sugar and cinnamon in a bowl, then spread over the pastry. Scatter with the sultanas, then roll the rectangle from the short side to make a sausage. Chill for 10 minutes until completely firm. Then, with a serrated knife, cut into 16 x 1.5cm slices. Lay flat-side down on a baking sheet and press them slightly so they spread out a little. Chill for 20 minutes.

  3.  Brush with the egg mixture. Sprinkle with sugar and bake for 18-20 minutes until golden. Serve warm, sprinkled with sugar.

  4.   Now eat with copious amounts of chai tea lattes or just general purpose tea.

Recipe from Delicious Magazine 


xoxo Miriam