After a Summer sojourn in London and the discovery of fellow creatives in this vibrant city (and overseas), my Instagram feed has never looked more enchanting. Fresh flowers, meandering rivers and luscious landscapes have inspired and enthralled. I’ve even enjoyed the cosy snaps from the Southern Hemisphere as they rug up for Winter.
As a dog owner and wife of a messy man-child, I’m regularly having to combat wet dog and burnt carpet odours (or whatever smell is left from the latest failed science experiment).
MoneyÂ doesn’t seem to go as far as it used to and we are all feeling the squeeze. Saving can be brutal but once you take a close look at what you’re really spending your money on you can give it your best shot.
Sunday 10th May is Mother’s Day (for most of the world) and seen as us Brits have already celebrated it, I have done the research andÂ wanted to share my finds. Here are some gorgeous gift ideas categorised by interests:
Second Life follows the protagonist Julia, a photographer living a seemingly normal life with her husband and son in London, but from the start is peppered with delicious hints at a dark past, that Julia toys with in her narration.
I have spent all weekend looking for a fine art print and wanted to share my favourite finds – from the cheap and cheerful (if you’re a bit skint) to a saucy splurge for those feeling minted.Â
It has been a strange couple of months, a time of awakening, per se. In February, I joined the circus and every Monday night, I run away with them for 2 blissful hours. What started as an attempt at finding â€˜funâ€™ exercise has ended up being the saviour of my sanity and a beautiful insight into the notion of ‘community’.
Last week the cast of Pretty Woman celebrated the 25th anniversary of the film which was released on 23 March 1990. This film wasn’t an epic saga of adventure and courage, nor was it a forlorn tale that teaches generosity or gratitude. No, this film is about a hooker landing a pretty big score and falling in love… yet it has probably taught me more than most films. Whether you love it or you hate it, you would probably still be able to pick out a poignant moment/quote/scene that has stuck with you over the years. I thought of 25 […]
In honour of St Patrick’s Day I decided to make something green. Here is the dairy and gluten free version of a Key Lime Pie. You can divide this between a muffin tray, make one large cake or 3-4 ramekins.
æ–°å¹´å¿«ä¹ï¼Happy Chinese New Year! I decided to celebrate with my first attempt at homemade dumplings… They were actually really easy to make and would look so impressive when served at a dinner party! They are also pretty healthy, are very versatile and ingredients can be substituted and experimented with!