Sunday Service: Coffee and Plants

The sun has been shining all day and it’s been perfect to grab a coffee and sit outside whilst pouring over the Sunday papers. It’s also time that I start getting my weekly Sunday post back up a running. 

Things I’ve loved this weekKopi Coffee

I want to do a more in depth post about coffee later this week but for now let me just say that Java Jampit is amazing!! I’m not much of a coffee drinker really (I’m more of an Earl Grey chick) but Kopi graciously sent me a pack of their Java Jampit Estate UTZ Certified Arabica and now I’m in love. It had hints of orange and chocolate and the smell is gorgeous! If you’re not aware of Kopi yet then check out their website.They are a new monthly coffee subscription service.For just £8.95 per month (it’s cheaper if you sign up for a 3/6/12 month subscription) you get a different bag of coffee from around the world delivered straight to your door each month. 

This tweet just about sums it up…


What I’ve been reading:
I’ve had a bit of green finger mania this week. I’ve been desperate to get in the garden and start planting herbs and veggies. So I love these two links: Nature office organiser from Design Sponge and Emma Cossey posted this indoor allotment 
Spring cleaning is also on my radar…This post details 9 simple hacks to help you get your apartment back. 
3 day lash tint mascara by Max Factor – a review on

You know I love Sarah Wilson by now but if you’re a meat eater then her latest post on 5 ways to eat a chook is fabulous.
Bloggers! If you have a turnover of less than £2m and fewer than 10 employees then you’re going to be exempt from the new press regulations. Good news for 99% of bloggers I think. Although, just because you’re exempt it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use your common sense before posting!
Smug Girl, Ditzy Girl, Muffin Girl. Meet Advertising’s Horribly Clichéd Dieting Women Cheese brand’s biting parody

Here’s a piece I wrote for The Spin Alley on Dove’s new campaign

Also, I’m gibing HyperLocal blogging a whirl…here’s a post on Graffiti: Art or Vandalism

My friend Debsy has been named as one of the top 50 social media power influencers in 2013 by Forbes. Go Debs!
And finally, 


Have a great week!!

ps: Image isn’t of Kopi but from my trip to Sardinia

Author: Rachael

I'm a journalist and creative consultant. I write about how busy women (just like you) can live, work and eat - better.

One thought on “Sunday Service: Coffee and Plants”

  1. This coffee is the best considering its price and quality ratio.Just open the pack – and you can smell an amazing aroma. However, one must know how to prepare it so that this wonderful aroma wouldn’t be ruined or lost.I myself make it using coffee filters and a cone – after some experimenting, it tastes amazingIt’s a great deal if you’re a coffee addict, since you can subscribe to it and get it periodically! I subscribed to 2 months. Since this is not the only coffee that I drink :)Bon Appetit!

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