About Lazy Daisy Jones The Blog:
Lazy Daisy Jones is a fast growing, popular blog written by Ashley Cramp. With a worldwide audience and a loyal following amongst UK professional and creative women of all ages from 18-85.
Established in 2013, LDJ has evolved into a lifestyle blog featuring, sustainable style as in slow fashion, simple skincare and beauty, modern rustic interiors and of course Ashley’s love of sewing and crochet!
Ashley and her partner Marc can often be found scouring antique markets and local boot fairs for rusty ‘treasure’ that Marc restores into beautiful unique pieces of furniture and lighting for their Dorset home.
Both Ashley, her home and this blog have been featured in various UK, European and US publications and collaborated on campaigns with interior, fashion and beauty brands, including; DFS, TK Maxx, Citizen M, Boots, Bosch, Clarins, Clairol, Miller Harris, Tesco, Hobbs, White Stuff, Radley plus many more.
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In a Nutshell
Dorset dweller, celebrating midlife, keen recycler, Mother of 2 Shih-tzus, loves to sew & crochet
Lazy Daisy Jones
Lazy Daisy Jones was established in 2013, as a way to connect with like-minded, creative midlife women, aka. my tribe. I was eager to share the lifestyle evolution that comes with the territory of being a midlife woman.
I feature simple every day, wardrobe inspiration, cruelty free skincare and beauty products. I also write about my sewing and crochet skills and document how we decorate our home using preloved and handmade items.
It’s a fact!
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Belgium chocolate, Haagen Dazs ice cream!
Favourite part of the world?
As a former British Airways Stewardess, I’ve traveled the world, but Africa ‘speaks’ to my soul
What keeps you motivated?
My surroundings, my funny dogs and my family
If you could be any profession in the world, what would it be?
What’s your favourite title that you have now?
‘Muvva’ to an amazing 21 year old photography student
How do you relax?
Sew, drink coffee & crochet but not all at once!
What has been the best advice you have ever received about life?
Don’t sweat the small stuff – life is far too short …