Getting a bit philosophical

The selfish adventures

I have had an excellent 2018 so far. I mean, not right now, right now I’m finally starting to get better after a three week long cold that made me resemble a 90’s Nickelodeon slime machine. But before the cold I was loving this year. I decided in January that this was my year of […]

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Coffee and food

Tasting my entire gin collection in one day

I have what can be referred to as an ‘extensive’ gin collection. When I moved into my flat in 2016 the very first thing I purchased, before furniture or cutlery, was five bottles of gin. Then as I was travelling last year gin became my souvenir of choice since these days every city has a […]

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Travel

How to see the Cotswolds without a car

This tour was gifted by Tourist England The Cotswolds is hands down one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. Picture perfect villages, babbling brooks and cottages that are worthy of starring in a rom com. The only problem with the Cotswolds is that public transport is essentially non-existent there, and given that the […]

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Getting a bit philosophical

How to efficiently and effectively dry your hands with paper towels

This blog post has been a long time coming. While some bloggers are writing outfit of the day posts, or getting trips to far flung destinations, I know what you are all truly after. As I have been watching people in bathrooms for the last few years (we all do this right? Totally normal behaviour) […]

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Uncategorized

What well-being and self-care means as an expat in London

This is a sponsored post by Aetna International “When you are tired of London, you are tired of life” – the one phrase that would make most expats living in London want to push you into the Thames and then dump a pint on your head. The reason this phrase causes such an extreme reaction […]

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Travel

Lets get down to business: my favourite rides at Disney World Florida

I like to think of Disney World as one of those corporate personality tests. You arrive fresh faced and full of hope, and leave crushed by the stark openness of your soul laid bare. In other words, it really helps you figure out what you like in a park ride. We spent ten days in […]

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