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! From stress, and rejection to competition - my honest run through the hassles of job search.
Vibrant, colourful, bustling,...Just a handful of words I could use to describe India. Here's a run through of my recent trip to the wonderful nation.
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.
Happy Valentine's Day all! Love it or hate it, it's gonna be pretty difficult to avoid it today, so you may as well embrace it!
I'm not overly into war films, but I was gripped from start to end. Based on the story of real life WWII American Army medic Desmond Doss, Hacksaw Ridge is a must see!
A short review of Lion. A fantastic movie telling the true story about Saroo, an India boy who got separated from his family as a child and traces them through Google Earth.
Ever have to step back and take a good look at yourself, because it's not entirely out of the question that you may have completely lost your marbles?