I believe in the importance of culture and of new experiences. When I travel to new places, I’m passionate about exploring their individuality and look forward to finding unfamiliar restaurants and taking in details of streets I’ve never seen before. To … Continue reading Five Tried and Tested Insta-Trends
City breaks and pretty cakes.. June is similar to a Wednesday, a hump-month if you will. Although I despise thinking of time in this way, it’s so shocking that we’re already over the hump and into the second half of the year. … Continue reading June Highlights
My love of Disney is no secret and Beauty and the Beast will always hold a special place in my heart. Last year on finding that The Kensington’s ‘A Tale as Old as Time’ was fully booked, I was gutted … Continue reading A Tale As Old As Time | The Kensington
I feel like 2018 is the year of looking after ourselves. Wellness, and the importance of mental health days are concepts which I’m seeing an awful lot of, and I’m 100% down for it. One of my favourite places of wellbeing and relaxation … Continue reading Look After Yourself with Adagio Teas
Who’d have thought that four years after securing my two A-grade Art A-Levels, I’d reach heights of using a craft kit to create my own cards? Ha, no but seriously, although my day job definitely doesn’t utilise my arguable talent, … Continue reading Card Crafting with Stampin’ Up!
Despite the showers, last month was my best month of the year so far. Not only did we have a few sunny days here in the UK, but April was also host to my first holiday of the year. I’m … Continue reading April Highlights
It was last June, as a new blogger, that I began to notice the phrase ‘blogger drama’. Being new on the scene, I was pretty baffled by it and struggled to grasp what about being a blogger could be so dramatic. … Continue reading Internet Drama: Get Over It