MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS – SEPTEMBER

Okay, so I’m only slightly late with this one…. September wasn’t an awfully busy month for me so I struggled to find too much to post about! 1. @Rub Nottingham Now if you look online I’ve seen some mixed reviews about this place, but I have to say our experience was nothing but amazing. Three words:…

INTERIOR INSPO – BEDROOM

There’s something so exciting about having a brand new home as a perfectly blank canvas to move into, and I’ve been spending way too many hours than I’d like to admit scrolling through Pinterest and Instagram and countless websites for inspiration. I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite ideas for the bedroom!…

REAL TALK – MENTAL HEALTH

So it’s 2 in the morning right now, which means now is as relevant as ever to bring out the real talk. Tonight’s topic: mental health. If you used to read my blog a couple of years ago, or you’ve read my “i’m back!” post from last month, I’ve always openly admitted that I’ve struggled…

MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS – AUGUST

Another month gone, and I have to say this one has flown by. I’d started out at the beginning of the month vowing to myself to start to make the time to get back to this and to give myself more “me” time rather than being such a workaholic – but hey, Rome wasn’t built in…

MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS – JULY

Now it wouldn’t be my blog if I didn’t bring back one of my all-time faves! 1. @Makushi Coffee Roasters – Steep Hill, Lincoln Oh my, this place was amazing! (and well worth the trek up Steep Hill). We sat up on their little rooftop terrace for a spot of brunch before hitting the shops, and…

SUNSET STROLL

If there’s one thing that me and Ant absolutely love doing lately, it’s going on little afternoon “adventures” to places we’ve never been. Surprisingly for me, my favourites always seem to be wandering through the countryside and little villages, taking all the beautiful scenery and views of rolling fields. Today we ventured to a little…

STARTING OVER

It all sounds so cliche and a little bit pathetic, but that’s what I found myself doing. At the age of 20, I thought I already had it all worked out. I had a beautiful home, a decent enough job and was happily engaged. I made sure that from the outside looking in, everybody would think…