If you know me, or you've read some of my previous posts, you'll know by now that I am pretty mad for dogs! My golden retriever Cody is my fur baby and my best bud and I can't imagine life without him. In fact, I think I prefer spending time with him than most humans...which … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Dogs are Better than People
When your best friend owns a vineyard in Bordeaux it would be rude not to pay her a visit, right? Well, last weekend I was lucky enough to be invited out to France with a group of friends to check out their stunning new abode! Having made the envy-inducing move to the French countryside earlier … Continue reading Bordeaux: A Weekend in Wine Country
Having grown up in the Essex countryside for the best part of my life (give or take a few years for a stint in India as a child and time away at uni...twice), I've had a bit of a love/hate relationship with living in the sticks. As a teen I was desperate to live closer to … Continue reading An Ode to the Countryside
A couple of people have remarked on how I always seem to be on holiday recently - well a girl's gotta make the most of her annual leave hasn't she (even if it means I'll have nothing left to use for the rest of the year)? My latest adventure took me to Morocco, where I … Continue reading Magical Morocco
It's true what they say, sometimes the most beautiful places are right on your door step...or...well...three hours down the motorway. Last week, Jonny treated me to a weekend in Bath for my birthday and it really is such a gorgeous city, full of quintessential British charm and fascinating history. Stay-cations are definitely underestimated and I'm just … Continue reading Summer Staycation: A Weekend in Bath
When I left uni I had visions of moving into London pronto. Three years later and I'm still at home. Now I face the dilemma of to London or not to London. Stupendously high rent and tonnes to do, vs. lower rent and boring surroundings?!
I've always had a desire to see the world, I think this was probably inspired by a stint living in India as a child, however it wasn't really until recently that I realised quite how much I want to explore.
Job hunting - the struggle really is real! There are few people who actually enjoy the process of seeking a new job and if you're one of these sadistic people who does, please enlighten me as to why! With it comes stress, rejection, hard work and competition, just to name a few factors and it most … Continue reading The Real Struggles of Job Hunting
Vibrant, colourful, chaotic, energetic, fragrant (not always pleasant...in fact more often unpleasant), crowded, dirty, beautiful, bustling, historic...Just a handful of words I could use to describe the vast, diverse and truly unique nation that is India. Having lived in India as a child, I wasn't entering the country blind, however upon arrival I realised the … Continue reading Eternal India
Don't ever underestimate the therapeutic power of dogs! I'm aware that not everyone likes the four legged balls of fluff, but there's nothing quite like my fur baby to put a smile on my face when I'm feeling a bit low.