London is full of pockets of green space which I love finding and exploring. Yesterday was no exception, as Sojo and I went to Vauxhall City Farm to see some animals! All last year I would get the train from Waterloo back to Kingston, passing through Vauxhall. I had frequently noticed the park when looking … More Vauxhall City Farm
I love exploring, especially when I find something that I didn’t expect to see. And whilst exploring Golders Green and Hampstead Heath the other week this is exactly what happened. First we went to Golders Hill Park, which leads into Hampstead Heath; going here was mainly to give us extra exploring time and I’m so … More The First Walk of Spring 2017
Everyone hates spots; forever trying to get rid of and hide the gross redness and painfulness that they bring! Having had to deal with them for over a decade, and having tried a gazillion products on the market, I seem to have found what works for my skin. Don’t get me wrong, this doesn’t stop … More Getting rid of spots without spending a fortune
It feels ironic that my first blog post of 2017 – whilst many are still trying not to fail in their ‘New Year New Me’ diets – is about food. But I’ve been craving these krispie cakes for weeks and finally got round to making them! Before I get started, it’s worth noting that the … More Marshmallow Krispie Cakes
Whilst I’m no huge fan of chocolate cake (I know, I know – unbelievable), it would be super naive of me to not realise that others love a good chocolate cake! With Simon’s birthday being last week, I thought I’d make one of his fave cakes – chocolate cake. I used the trusted Be-Ro recipe which … More Chocolate Cake 🎂
Part of the reason Autumn is the next best season after Christmas, is all the wrapping up warm and still managing to be sociable – and Bonfire Night is one of the key nights to do this. No matter where I am I love to see fireworks, and so it’s great that in the UK … More Remember, remember the 5th of November
It’s Halloween! A great childhood memory I have of me and my brother growing up is Halloween. It started as soon as we got home from school, with Mum having spent the day prepping the house for trick-or-treat-ers: cobwebs, spiders, skeletons, ghosts – and even eerie, spooky sounds playing in the porch! After getting our … More Happy Halloween!