A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of joining an old friend for a birthday weekend away. I had the most peaceful weekend away – and it was wonderful to escape the city for a few days. For anyone returning to visit the U.K. – I’d certainly recommend a short break away. Here’s a… Read More Herefordshire: one of Britain’s hidden treasures
Kings Cross… known to be loud, a history of drug dealing and prostitution – especially during the 60s/70s… but this place has a really close place in my heart. Embedded in the heart of Camden, I’ll never forget this region which reminds me of why I love London so much. I thought living walking distance… Read More Kings Cross
Two days ago it was International Women’s Day. Millions of people, both men and women took the opportunity to post about it on social media and declare their support for women all over. Whilst it’s great to have a day to embrace women, I’m definitely the type of person to preach for every day to… Read More How far have we come?
“That great must be the difference between a Mrs Weston only half a mile from them, and a Miss Taylor in the house” – excerpt from Emma, Jane Austen Friendship is a beautiful thing. I remember watching a film when I was younger about the meaning of it – all things always come down to… Read More The power of friendship
Over the past couple of months, I’ve left the gym, and have found myself running more and doing more physical exercise. Now that I’ve reached a balance and moderate speed/ distance, time to work on other parts of the body and to make sure I’m stretching properly and looking after those joints long-term. I’ve managed… Read More Perfect post-run cool down
I know how difficult it is to find a coffee shop/ calm place in the city, and so I thought I’d review a couple of places. Soho Grind: 19 Beak Street, Carnaby Amazing coffee, cracking vibes and the music pretty much took everything off my mind. Definitely a place for coffee lovers, plus it has… Read More Soho Grind ☕️