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
“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
I spent a couple of hours baking/ cooking away today… I began with a red lentil soup – later deciding to bake some bread to accompany it. This will certainly help suppress the flu that I have been trying to fight these past couple of days. The recipe was pretty simple – I made some… Read More Sunday bake day
Yesterday, I simply could not resist the effortless charm of the Thames. It led me to extending my walk into work and left me feeling calm, uplifted and at one with nature (even with the construction!). Absolutely beautiful!
This is my second day in the city and I am falling in deep admiration of this incredible city. From its tragic, yet wonderful location, this intensely artistic city has fully captured each wall in my heart and I am really feeling the vibe of this beautiful place.
From the ages of 19-21, the concept of ageing suddenly appeared as an almost phobia.. After surrounding myself (naturally) with older people, I have come to the decision that perhaps getting as older is not as terrible as it appears. For anyone struggling with the thought of growing older, here’s a few reasons why it… Read More I see everything oh so much clearer