Month: March 2017

Dining Out: Flat Iron

Dining Out: Flat Iron

Girly catch ups are the best! I decided to meet my girls for Sunday lunch (would have been brunch but we just couldn’t make it that early). We rocked up to Flat Iron in Soho around 3.30pm and got a table straightaway, which was absolutely […]

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Dining Out: The Drawing Room, Maidstone

Dining Out: The Drawing Room, Maidstone

So the bf and I decided to take a little road trip last weekend; our first stop after checking into our hotel was this cute little restaurant right on Maidstone high street. The Drawing Room at the Townhouse Hotel was an absolute find!

Real Life in: Canterbury

Real Life in: Canterbury

Last weekend the bf and I took a quick “road trip” to Canterbury. We spent the night at Tudor Park, a Marriott hotel and country club in Maidstone, determined to get some R&R and a headstart for the Saturday morning drive to Canterbury.

Where The Pancakes Are

Where The Pancakes Are

Hi lovely people! Hope you’re all having a great weekend. One of my top weekend activities is brunching…it makes me so happy! And where better to go than the self-proclaimed home of pancakes – Where The Pancakes Are – in Southwark? What I love (slightly) […]

Just Do It!

Just Do It!

We've all been there – we're in a job we hate but we continue to work there, complaining about how awful our boss is, or how long our hours are, or how boring the work is. Or it could be a relationship: stuck with someone […]

Real Life in: Cuba – Part 1

Real Life in: Cuba – Part 1

My heart! Cuba is literally EVERYTHING. I’ve wanted to go ever since I was about 12 years old watching Vanessa Williams slay the salsa and about every other dance in the movie Dance With Me. Thinking about it, that may have been where my obsession […]

Burger and Lobster

Burger and Lobster

I haven’t been to Burger and┬áLobster in a while so thought Friday night would be a good opportunity to try it again, I was ravenous too! Without a booking it can be a long and tedious wait for a table, but at the Threadneedle Street […]