Feeling GINvincible At The UK’s Travelling Gin Festival

I love gin, gin loves me, We’re just one big family. With a bit of tonic here and a splash of elderflower there, You should go to this gin fair! Established in 2013, the Gin Festival that can be found travelling all over the UK was started by a Husband and Wife duo (Jym and Marie Harris) who just really, really, really liked gin. They liked gin so bloody much that they were sick of the struggle that came withRead more

Autumn In Europe: My Top 11 Places To Explore This Season!

Whenever someone asks me what my favourite season is, I always say Spring as it’s vibrant, it’s hopeful and it’s the start to a really great couple of months. But if we’re being honest, Autumn is my absolute guilty pleasure. Talking about it with new people is similar to when I talk about trashy TV with new people that I want to impress… I’ll turn my nose up slightly and pretend that I don’t really care for it because IRead more

5 Reasons Why Staycationing Will Help You Fall Back In Love With Your City

Having lived on London’s doorstep for the majority of my life, I become very disgruntled with it from time to time. It’s like an irritating lover that you can’t end things with because you’ve been together since you were teenagers and you don’t quite know how to be your own person without them. And real talk, I can’t be the only one that get’s like that about the places closest to them, right? So every now and then I have toRead more

Why I’m Voting To Remain In The EU And You Should Too!

Every now and then one of your friends does something bloody amazing that reminds you of why you picked out that person and decided that you wanted to keep them around – George Bevan did that a few days ago when he wrote the most glorious facebook status that has ever made it’s way to my timeline about all the reasons that I’ve not quite managed to put into words myself yet about why we should most definitely be votingRead more

My 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts Of 2015

Guys, this is a really difficult thing for me to come out and admit, and I hope you don’t judge me too much for it, think any less of me or decide that you want me out of your lives and off of your computer screen for good. But, I just had to admit it somewhere, I had to finally tell someone. I’m just gonna rip off the bandage and come right out with it, hopefully it will be okayRead more

9 Things You Should Know Before Visiting London.

1) The year of the Oyster card is out. A lot of Londoners don’t even bother using their Oyster card anymore, instead we use our contactless credit or debit cards when checking in and out of the tube, which charges us exactly the same as an Oyster card would, but saves us the time of having to queue to top it up. The only time we use our Oyster card is when it is attached to some sort of railcard,Read more

For the love of Music festivals in the UK!

After having spent the majority of the last two weeks writhing around in pain from one evil appendix I’m at home post-op recovering from surgery. While finding myself bored and frustrated and desperately wanting to get back to everyday life, my minds been off wandering here, there and everywhere. With Spring well and truly sprung, it is only natural for our minds to begin to wander towards the next great season right? Summer. Oh Summer, sweet Summer… the season ofRead more