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“Paris is always a good idea”

By On February 23, 2017

“Paris is always a good idea” – Audrey Hepburn in the movie Sabrina For my 18th Birthday I went to Paris with my then-boyfriend. It was my first trip abroad without parents… Read More

My Life

Music is my Time Machine

By On June 16, 2016

When I was younger, maybe about 10 or 11 years old, I was watching Sunday TV with my Dad when a movie called The Time Machine came on, which we sat and… Read More

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Dream Big: The Bali Honeymoon

By On May 19, 2016

Last week my Sister and her new Hubby flew to Hawaii for their Honeymoon. Almost immediately after she landed I began receiving pictures of white sand, blue waters and even bluer skies.… Read More

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The Top 10 Most Outrageous Airport Attractions

By On May 13, 2016

There is nothing worse than a long layover in a boring airport. A few years ago I had a six hour layover in a small airport in South East Asia. Six Hours!… Read More

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Dubai: An Idiot (NOT) Abroad

By On April 27, 2016

A few years ago I was offered the opportunity to live in Dubai for one year to take on a PR internship for a major global tech brand. I turned it down.… Read More

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3 Types of (Affordable) Travel I’m yet to try

By On January 8, 2016

Camping in the English countryside whilst rain leaks through my tent? Check. Kangaroo spotting whilst driving through Australia in a spray-painted camper van? Check. Lying on a sunbed at a 4* Turkish… Read More

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A Recipe for the Perfect Christmas Market Experience

By On December 17, 2015

A few weeks ago National Holidays asked if they could send me a little hamper featuring what they considered to be the key ingredients for the Perfect Christmas Market experience. They wondered if… Read More

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Christmas in New York • Travel Fantasy

By On December 1, 2015

“Have you been to New York?” People ask me when I tell them I love to travel. “Yes, of course” I reply. But what I don’t tell them is that it was… Read More

Pleasure

How to have the Perfect Winter Duvet Day

By On November 21, 2015

The winter season is officially here, bringing with it many a Christmas party, the un-escapable Flu virus and plenty of freezing cold wet afternoons. All of which are perfect excuses to have a… Read More

Food

Video: How to make Bulletproof Coffee

By On October 12, 2015

I’m a little late to the Bulletproof Party, but so glad I joined! Last week I finally tried the new coffee recipe that fitness fanatics have been going crazy for – Bulletproof… Read More

Food

Dreaming of Devon, Craving Cornwall

By On August 25, 2015

Last year I wrote a 30before30 list and no.10 on that list – a list I really need to get a move on with – is to visit Cornwall, or rather re-visit. You… Read More

Pleasure

How to Make Space in a Small Flat

By On June 25, 2015

London rent is high, super-duper high! And earning a decent wage in London can make little difference to your living situation. When the Beard and I were looking for a flat to… Read More

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5 Places in Europe I can’t wait to visit

By On March 10, 2015

I recently tried to add up all the countries I’ve been too, in hope that I was close to achieving 30 countries before I turn 30 next year. I counted 18. Sigh. And… Read More

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Modern Traveling vs. Old School Backpacking

By On February 26, 2015

Shortly before my boyfriend and I packed up our things to go backpacking, I visited my Nan to say ‘Goodbye for now’ and not so surprisingly we got onto the topic of… Read More

Food

Eating out this Christmas?

By On December 22, 2014

I love eating out at restaurants & cafes, whether it’s going to one of my faves or discovering somewhere new, I’m always up for some fab food in a fab place. Maybe it’s… Read More

Health & Fitness

Top Tips to Ensure a Good Nights Sleep this Winter

By On December 9, 2014

Despite the Winter season being a period of hibernation, with dark afternoons shortening our days, for many of us Winter can be a time of sleepless nights, leaving us exhausted. Christmas obviously plays… Read More

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5 Reasons I want to go to Egypt

By On October 29, 2014

Gone are the days of my mediocre holidays where I do nothing but laze by the pool and read gossip magazines for seven days straight. Now I’m all bout adventure, culture, and… Read More

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