Happy weekend, friends! I'm so pleased that the weekend is finally here because life has been pretty crazy recently. Do you find that you beaver away at your projects and send them off into the ether, diving head first into your next task? I do, and I've realised that it's important to take stock of one's achievements and work. So, today I'm sharing some of my latest work for Sweet Paul magazine. I've been freelancing for the magazine for a number of years, since issue two in fact. However, this year's summer issue marks my first as the magazine's Market and Shopping Editor. We wrapped this issue a few months ago so it's rewarding to see my work and pages amongst all the other beautiful features. We've added 'page talkers' to the market pages so that you can see which products are mine and Paul's favourites. Kinda fun, right?! As well as product round ups for kids, design, handmade and pooches, I also wrote a guide to colourful shopping in Amsterdam and my usual Will's Picks feature, which this time all about classic blue and white decorating in the kitchen and bedroom. I felt so inspired by both the paletas story and picnic story, which had me hankering for an afternoon on my bike in the countryside. With so many great features, I can't fail to mention the seafood, neon and BBQ burgers stories - all of which include such inspirational photography and ideas. Dive on in, folks!