Statistically tomorrow will be the most depressing day of the year. Sad I know! For most working people, Monday is never a good day, but due to a combination of Christmas celebrations being over, money being stretched and the cold wet weather, tomorrow is named Blue Monday. To make things a little better, the good people at Bunga Bunga Battersea are offering us £1 pizza throughout the day when you purchase another item from the menu or buy a drink. Pretty good in my books! If you haven’t been to Bunga Bunga before you can expect delicious homemade sour dough… View Post

This blog post title may at first seem misleading as I do in fact have some goals I want to achieve in 2017… Successfully plan a wedding Continue to develop in my career Significantly grow my social following Grow my blog and work with more brands this year And travel as much as possible as this is what makes me happiest Having said that, I do not consider these specific goals, more like general points I would hope to do anyway. If I was back in A Levels and they saw these targets, they would not pass the SMART goal… View Post

As part of a two week whirlwind roadtrip around the west coast of America, how could we not stop off in Big Sur! After all this area of outstanding natural beauty is continuously raved about and I’m a bit of a sucker for a pretty view. What better way to experience it than with a bit of glamping. When researching there were a lot of options but we did have to check nearer the time of our trip as it had been a particularly dry year and they had a high amount of wild fires in the area. Luckily the… View Post

I could sit here and write an endless list of amazing tapas restaurants…Bar del Pla, Tapeo del Born, Bodega La Puntual etc…but when I go to Barcelona there is always one place I like to visit – Cup & Cake. When I say 1 place, it is actually a small independent group now with 5 restaurants which has quickly grown in the past few years due to thier success and popularity. The atmosphere in each restaurant is friendly, light and inviting. The food is simply delicious and almost too pretty to eat. In the first picture you can see healthy… View Post

Most people decide to drive straight through Death Valley considering it is a vast, empty desert valley, but we wanted to make the most of our time in the desert and see a different side to California. There are a handful of hotels/motels to choose from if you are looking to stay the night in Death Valley as most of it is uninhabited. We chose Furnace Creek Ranch as it was relatively in the middle of the valley and it kind of looked like something out of a western so I wanted to go there! If you are a lover… View Post