Little Things That Have Brought Me Joy in October

It’s that time of the month again, where I look back on the memories and joyous times in October. October has been, overall, a good month! Joe and I celebrated being 10 years together on the 30th September, spent time with friends and family, bought a shit ton of knitwear and binge watched Emily in Paris. Do we love, or…

October Favourites

October has been an up and down month for me, lots of lovely favourites to put me in a good mood. But some sad moments too. My nan passed away last Sunday… I’m still trying to process the whole thing and trying not to put a damper on things. Got to remain positive during this sad time. So without further…

Why I’m No Longer Vegetarian

You may have noticed that I’m no longer vegetarian. And let me tell you why.  I still love veggie meals and do my bit for the environment. I eat beyond burgers, Linda McCartney burgers and drink dairy free milks, such as oat.  However, since my endometriosis operation and recovery, I decided to eat meat again. I lost a lot of…

Five Autumn Skincare Favourites

Now that the weather is a bit more crisp and colder, our skin needs the hydration it deserves. So, without further a do, here are five of my favourite autumnal moisture miracle saviours. Up first we have the wonderful LUSH Beauty Sleep face mask. This little tub of wonders is magical and great for moisturising the skin. It smells absolutely…

The Best Face Masks On The Market

Looking for the best face masks to try? Then look no further! I’m going to be discussing three amazing face masks that work really well for dry skin and acne prone skin. So without further ado… Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask – this is the perfect mask for dehydrated and dry skin. The formula is made with avocados and…

7 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Falmouth

Back in August my husband and I travelled from London to Falmouth, Cornwall. It was absolutely beautiful, I loved the colourful houses, shops and cafes, the beaches and the coffee shops. Falmouth is famous for its harbour. Together with Carrick Roads, it forms the third deepest natural harbour in the world, and the deepest in Western Europe. It has been the…

Where To Eat In London: SUSHISAMBA & Purl

It’s been a little while since I’ve been into London to eat some yummy foods and drink some amazing cocktails. It was mine and Joe’s ten year anniversary at the end of September, so we decided to treat ourselves to a meal at SUSHISAMBA and for some cocktails at Purl. SUSHISAMBA is located near to Liverpool Street Station in the…