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Sharing the love

It’s only Wednesday but it’s been a tough week for everyone. I think it’s fair to say we’re all feeling it. Personally, I found it hard to focus on any work at all yesterday, sensing myself getting angrier and more frustrated in the process.

I’m not a political person really, mainly because I don’t really understand the intricacies of religion, history and world politics. I just have to keep reminding myself to stay open, focus on my family, be wiser, better and stronger and most importantly love more. And continue to share that love. So i’ve literally focused on that message; “Share the love”.

I’m not normally a sentimental, soppy kinda gal. I don’t have family photos on the walls, I hate plaques with the word “family” or “home” on. But you know how some people like to light a candle in memory of someone or to celebrate or reflect on an event? Maybe lighting up “love” at home could help just a little. I’ve put together my top 10 Neon/LED lights that might help us light up and share the love.

Wall Lamp Love Neon Red from Lamp and Light – £30.95

A Little Lovely Company Love Light from Lullaby – £64

A Little Lovely Company Heart Light from Lullaby – £50

Love LED Neon from Not On The High Street – £195

Heart LED Feature Light from Next – £35

Love White LED Feature Light from Next – £50

Neon Heart Table Lamp from Love My Gifts – £35.95

Red Neon Heart Light from Urban Outfitters – £45

The Love Heart by Bag and Bones – £475

The Mini End by Bag and Bones – £59

Pink Heart LED Neon Light from Love Inc – £195

And finally…

Love is the Drug from Rockett St George – £999

We all need more of this particular drug.

This isn’t a sponsored post or anything, I just didn’t really know what to write yesterday. I just needed to focus on something positive and “Love” seemed to be the word I was clinging onto. And for those pedants out there, you may have noticed there’s actually 12 in my top 10 list. Told you I couldn’t concentrate.

Sending love to all today, especially everyone in Manchester x



  1. It’s been such a difficult week and so hard to get my head in the game and focus on work.. I’ve had to be kind to myself first and foremost and allow the emotions and the feelings to just come. Being out and about in Manchester this week one thing has been abundantly clear though, and that is the coming together of the community to uphold that message loud and clear: that Manchester is choosing love, not hate. Sending hugs back to you, hun x

    • Karen Knox says

      I’m so pleased to hear that. I’ve loved watching the people of Manchester come together this week. Especially the march held by the Muslim community. Am hanging on to that!x

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