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Natalie Reynolds

Natalie Reynolds

Natalie is a creative writer for Preloved. She is a granny at heart and, as such, enjoys gardening, sewing, vintage and literature. You will either find her pottering around in the allotment or scouring for antiques.

10 Ideas on How to Hygge in Winter

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10 Ideas on How to Hygge in Winter

The meaning behind the Danish idea of Hygge is not just to be cosy at home under a blanket and reading a book. Here are 10 things to practice Hygge in winter.

2017-11-10 00:00:57By Natalie Reynolds

What to Do in the Garden in November

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What to Do in the Garden in November

Leaves are treating us to a flurry of autumn colour and we are becoming increasingly windswept. We are slowly putting the garden to bed for the winter, but there are still tasks we can do! Here's what to do in the garden in November.

2017-11-03 00:00:29By Natalie Reynolds

What to Do in the Garden in October

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What to Do in the Garden in October

Days are becoming chilly and evenings are too dark for after-work gardening. But nature hasn't gone to sleep yet. Here's what to do in the garden in October.

2017-09-29 00:00:39By Natalie Reynolds

10 Ideas on How to Hygge in Autumn

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10 Ideas on How to Hygge in Autumn

It's here! The crisp mornings, the warm colours on the trees, puddles, the shorter days. Here is how to Hygge in autumn.

2017-09-15 00:00:28By Natalie Reynolds

What to Do in the Garden in September

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What to Do in the Garden in September

While September might feel like there's not much to do compared to the busy summer months, the soil is still warm and is the ideal time to add new plants to your collection. Here's what you can do in the garden in September. 

2017-09-08 00:00:18By Natalie Reynolds