Walk amongst the sand dunes

Tunic: White Stuff | Satchel: Mallorca market | Jewelled Sandals: M&S When life gets a little stressful my go-to place is the beach. Things have been a bit hectic recently; this summer has been filled with social events that has made it … Continue reading

Ladies who lunch: Thames river cruise

Eating out is one of my all-time favourite things to do – you may even call it a hobby. So when Virgin Experience Days got in touch to let me know that Scarlett from Scarlett London had invited myself and … Continue reading

8 things I’d tell my younger self…

To my younger self, 1) Don’t be scared to walk away | If you find yourself in a relationship that isn’t right, don’t be scared to end it because of your fear of being alone. You’ll just end up feeling shitty when you’re … Continue reading

My last Italy vlog: Uffizi Gallery, food market & going home

I’m sad to say this is my last Italy vlog! On day 5 of our trip we got up early to visit the Uffizi gallery and then wandered around Florence taking in the remainder of the sights, stopping for lunch at … Continue reading

What we ate: Italy

It would be criminal to go to Italy and not do a blog post about the food, right? Well I made sure I took snaps of most of what I ate to do just that and boy, looking back, it … Continue reading

Italy Day 4: Florence, thunderstorms and a soggy cat!

So much for me uploading these vlogs every day! I have no idea how some YouTubers vlog daily (although they probably don’t have full time jobs…), it takes painfully long to upload videos, not to mention the editing. Anyhow, I … Continue reading

My September on Instagram

This September has been so so busy that I haven’t really had much time to breathe! This has also meant that there has been less content on my blog and I cannot wait to get stuck into an October full … Continue reading

What I wore: Italy

It’s been a week since I returned from Italy but somehow it feels like so much longer! I could have spent months there – it’s such a gorgeous country. The weather, bustling historic cities, sleepy countryside idyls and of course the … Continue reading