Wahoo! After a long couple of weeks, my blog is finally back :). I’ve been transferring my hosting over to a UK provider and it has just been problem after problem. Thankfully the support people have been great and I’m lucky enough to work in a Dev team (although not
Lately when I’ve been scrolling through Twitter I’d be hard-pressed to not see at least one angry tweet about Instagram. It could be about the algorithm, the spammy comments or the absolute worst: the follow/unfollower.
As I outlined in my New Year’s Resolutions post, I am working on living a healthier lifestyle. I’ve decided to kick start this by using Kayla Itsines’ Bikini Body Guide which I must say I have followed to a T so far and I am loving it! I thought it
Christmas is already an expensive time of year with all the boozing and eating pigs in blankets let alone actually buying presents for anybody (not because you already spent all your money on yourself on Cyber Monday me too). I love giving gifts to be honest but I do like
I’m a firm believer in making the most of ‘the little things’. I don’t think that the biggest gestures are the most important or the most telling. I think it’s the things you do without thinking that count the most. Here’s a little list to make you smile cos you
Vis is a little island located just off Split. Far from abandoned, this languid village is where you want to go to get away from the tourist crowds of Split and Hvar for a proper local experience. Beautiful hilly landscapes and well-preserved army bases make this a unique landscape with an
Camden is one of my favourite places to go in London. It’s buzzy, vibrant and multi-cultural and there is always something new to see. My uni friends and I always meet here as it has easy connections to the trains, tubes and coaches and simply because it’s so damn cool.
What the hell England?! In the morning, it’s so cold I’m carrying cigarette butts around in my bra and by the time I pop out of the office to get my lunch it’s so warm that my hair has decided to expand itself in happiness. What on earth are we
I was only looking up bottomless sushi and prosecco while having a laugh with Mike (we can’t stop eating sushi or drinking prosecco when the red wine runs out of course) so I thought I was dreaming when the first option on Google was Sushi Sunday at Maze in Mayfair.
I had always wanted to go to Dubrovnik and I was especially excited after planning my own DIY Game of Thrones tour. I was pretty chuffed that I managed to squeeze it in to my Eastern Europe trip last summer. Being a massive Game of Thrones obsessive fan, I couldn’t
Budapest: A beautiful, enchanting city that is under-hyped if you ask me. There’s so much to do when you’re visiting that it can be easy to miss things out purely because you’ve already spent the whole trip exploring! Here’s what you can’t miss if you are only in Budapest for