It may be years, even decades, since September last meant the return to education for you, but given that the formative years of our life revolve around this month being a sign of new beginnings it’s no wonder we hold onto that Back to School feeling well into adulthood. Recently I asked generally to a … More Seven Ways To Use That ‘Back To School’ Feeling As An Adult
I’ll be honest, I’d never really thought about a city break in France, asides from the standard trip to Paris, nip up the Eiffel Tower, grab a croissant, snapchat yourself with the Mona Lisa and head home. So when Lille was decided to be destination of choice I grabbed one of the few guidebooks I … More Travel: What To Do In Lille?
Once again these winter months I’ve found myself looking at what London has to offer. My home town can be loud and murky, with rain crashing against your face and a sun so obscured by clouds that you wonder if it’s there at all. However, London is full of some really fun and interesting activities, … More Travel Tuesday: The British Museum
Each city has its own quirky tourist attraction, away from the sight seeing and shopping there’s always something to entrap the travellers. In Hamburg this is the Miniature Wonderland; an entire world (almost) built in perfect miniature. Whilst that might not appeal to you immediately (I had my doubts too) as soon as I stepped … More Travel Tuesday: Hamburg’s Miniature Wonderland
London is crammed with tourists in the summer, of course, but it’s in the autumn I notice it more. Possibly because standing outside posing for photos in front of Buckingham Palace is less appealing in the rain and thus everyone wanders indoors. So I thought, for anyone visiting London this Autumn, I’d give you my … More Travel Tuesday: London – Getting Around
I thought I’d blog about my current skincare routine, which uses a combination of products that I’ve found to be most effective in managing my acne prone skin! I’ve put this together in a YouTube video to give you a good idea of what I use and in what order. These products are tried and … More Oily Skincare
The stomping ground of the Mafia, full of food and culture, Palermo is a great city to spend hours wandering around and exploring. I have visited this coastal town in Sicily a couple of times, and each time found new places to explore and new cafes to visit, you can tell where my priorities lie. … More Travel Tuesday: Palermo, Sicily
I’ll admit it, I hate cooking meat. I am much more of a fish and vegetables fan, and I feel much more confident in being able to cook them well. This is particularly important when I’m cooking for other people, as I couldn’t take the worry that I had under cooked something vital like steak! … More Menu – Grilled Halibut and Seasonal Veg
This weekend I indulged a little and ordered the Zoella Beauty Fizz Bar, Beauty Bag and Scented Candle. When I first heard of Zoella’s pamper range I wasn’t too fussed but there’s something about the packaging, the product names and the actual products themselves that intrigued me! They collectively look adorable, with a unifying coral and polka dot … More Zoella Beauty
Whether blogging as a hobby, job or form of self imposed therapy, it can be hard to keep yourself motivated to post regularly. I’m completely guilty of this and have in recent weeks kicked my procrastination habit and started blogging regularly again! Fellow blogger Becky posts regularly on her travel blog and has provided some … More Blogger Bother: Motivation!