Sunday, November 13, 2016

Monday Mix Up

Morning. Firstly, a huge lot of love being sent to famililies and friends after lastnights earthquake here in New Zealand. It certainly was a massive shake and I am thinking of all of my readers who are close to where it was centred. Secondly, I owe you all a massive apology for my silence on the blog these past couple of weeks. Things have been a bit crazy. If that is the case and you are ever wondering what Milo and Mitzy is up to, pop over to our instagram, I keep that updated on a daily basis. Next up, if you have contacted me or we have chatted about featuring your products on the blog, drop me a remider email. I get messages via all of my social media platforms as well as the email and I am just trying to catch up on everything, so a remider email woulod be awesome. Also, if you are a whizz on either blogger or photoshop, please drop me an email. I would love some help via facetime or skype. I am looking for a blogger whizz to do a bit of  'housekeeping' for me.




Photography by Paul McCredie

Right, now that we have that all out of the way, down to the good stuff. I have mentioned many times before about our desire (husband and I) to own a small cabin/bach one day. This tiny house, DOGBOX, designed and built by New Zealanders Ben Mitchell-Anyon, Sally Ogle, and Tim Gittos of Patchwork Architecture, works perfectly as easy cabin living with all of the mod cons needed. Two storyed, double glazed, a great use of indoor and outdoor space and a perfect little wood burner, DOGBOX would accommodate families holidaying like a dream.



Speaking of heading away on family holidays, I have been hunting around for good quality luggage. These travel bags from Coast New Zealand are made of hard wearing water proof cotton and the fact that are New Zealand made sells me even more so. High quality and practical all whilst looking stylish. NZ design at its best. Well you are checking these out, be sure to take a look at the rest of Coasts timeless range. Their woollen throws had me at go.


Next up, I have always been a fan of Frank Stationery. In fact, they have been my go to dairy for the past couple of years. So it is fair to say that I am stoked to have them on board as a sponsor. I look forward to sharing more with you on this later. And if you are interested in becomming a Milo and Mitzy sponsor, drop me an email. miloandmitzy@gmail.com


Lastly for today, you may have thought pinterest was a dying trend but the truth is I pin a lot. In fact I am on pinterest daily. Recently, Tina of Roomie, named me as a favourite New Zealand pinterest account for Renovate Magazine. This above image found on Remodelista is on my Pinterest account along with many others. Pop over for a look.


Amy x 

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Thanks for stopping by. Amy x