How to Spend a Lazy Weekend in West London

I’ve recently moved back to London and, boy, have I missed it. My favourite thing about the Capital is that there are so many different parts of it, all with a unique character. Even now, I’m still discovering new places, new restaurants and new pockets of London. Last weekend, my mum was visiting from Barcelona. She’s … Continue reading How to Spend a Lazy Weekend in West London

Travel Guide: Reykjavik, Iceland – Where to visit on your trip

I've been wanting to visit Iceland for years. It's a place in Europe that seems to have it all figured out: free healthcare, they love books and use 85% renewable energy. Oh, and it has some of the most GORGEOUS natural vistas in the world. Here's my short guide to a weekend in Iceland. STAY We … Continue reading Travel Guide: Reykjavik, Iceland – Where to visit on your trip

Liverpool’s Top Five Hidden Gems – as chosen by a Scouser

I like to think of Liverpool as a second home. My family are from there originally and when I went to university there, I fell in love with the city and the people. https://www.instagram.com/p/5dCsCPP0Np/?taken-by=criddlerr Sam Crawford is a blogger over at The Man Blueprint, he’s written an insider’s guide to Liverpool, I hope you enjoy! … Continue reading Liverpool’s Top Five Hidden Gems – as chosen by a Scouser

The Power of No: How learning to say ‘no’ will improve your life

Sorry Elton, but 'no' actually seems to be the hardest word. It's not easy being negative, feeling like you are letting somebody down, refusing to help them out. I hate saying 'no' - to friends inviting me somewhere, to work when I always want to impress, but most of all I hate saying 'no' when my health … Continue reading The Power of No: How learning to say ‘no’ will improve your life