Hello! Long time no post.
Tanya Burr is a woman of many talents, but it’s her baking book that may be my favourite venture of hers so far. I can’t recall any other book where I have tried, tested and succeeded at so many recipes in such a short period of time – so I thought I would share one of them today.
Fashion Week descended onto the Mall at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol this week for another season of high street style.
Finding a lunch spot on a Saturday in Bristol can be overwhelming. There are so many options for a variety of appetites and occasions all over the city, but when friends of mine suggested tapas at Pata Negra a few weeks ago I was excited to try something new.
You may be familiar with the term, FOMO – the fear of missing out. I’m unlikely to be the only person guilty of succumbing to this feeling, especially when faced with a clash of events or a disruption to plans with friends. When fomo strikes, it can send you into a crazy mindset that leads you to believe that whatever else you do in that period of time won’t be as fun or as significant, usually taking you on a downward spiral of misery and despair… well, I’ve had enough of feeling that way!
A good friend of mine recently advised me to re-train my brain into looking at the positive side of missing out on events and occasions, and since doing so I haven’t felt the fear since.
A 9-piece Indie Orchestra have escaped their home turf in Melbourne, Australia to invade British soil… chaos ensues.
I’m a RomCom lover.
And I’m guilty of filtering photos.
But that’s not my revelation. Read on for the big reveal…
Picnic season in the UK is sporadic. There isn’t a particular month that shines brighter than the other, you just need to prepare yourself for a spontaneous afternoon here and there.
A few Sunday’s ago the sun came out so I made some last minute picnic plans with a friend. We made a quick dash to the supermarket for food essentials before heading off in the direction of our local park.
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again – living in the Cotswolds is pretty awesome. With so many dreamy attractions to visit, weekends around here are never boring.
Yesterday I ventured out into the countryside and there was only one place on my mind…
I could get used to island life.
Beautiful blues, breathtaking heights and dozens of boats bobbing along the water…
It was my second visit to Capri in two years and second impressions proved to be just as good as the first.
Summer is officially here… well, sort of!
I was kindly invited along a couple of weeks ago to sample The Ox in Cheltenham’s new cocktail menu – an offer I couldn’t refuse!