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Fashion: Lovebox Festival

Death by sequins? No such thing! It’s festival season and I am taking inspiration from my festival outfit last year for Lovebox

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A trip to a forgotten corner of the earth: Sandskär

When I was in Sweden last summer we took a little boat tour to the Haparanda archipelago and spent the day there.

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Bali Travel Diary: My Trip in 28 seconds

On a Monday in May it is sometimes nice to look back on that amazing holiday you took to Bali last year – in 28 seconds

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Brighton on a Budget

Ah Brighton, with its Regency-era buildings, cosy café, bohemian vibes and colourful characters – a far cry from the city’s past reputation for the old dirty weekend. Brighton is only an hour on the train from London, so is perfect for…

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Bali Travel Guide: Potato Head Beach Club, Seminyak

If you are in Seminyak, then you can’t leave here without going to the famous Potato Head Beach Club. It is such a good place to spend the day and the evening. The club itself is designed by Indonesian architect,…

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Fashion: Office Wear

Whilst most people would probably tell me that there is just too much going on with this outfit, I just love the clashiness. Anyone that knows me knows that I love a good bright print and I love my bumblebee…

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Bali Travel Guide: Jungle Fish Beach Club

“Oh my god you HAVE to go to Jungle Fish if you are in Ubud,” said a friend of mine. And she was not wrong. Jungle Fish is nestled in the heart of the jungle, about a 25 minute drive…

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Where to stay in Liverpool: Titanic Hotel

When I googled Titanic Hotel, Liverpool, the words “luxury”, “quality” and “Spa” popped up and I thought to myself: “Surely we aren’t staying here?!” I was staying in Liverpool for work, and when work books your hotel, you can pretty…

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Hidden Bali: Banyumala Waterfall

Chasing waterfalls in Bali. This waterfall has not yet fallen victim to total commercialisation for tourists and has remained relatively untouched.

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Eating out in Sevenoaks: Basil

There are many coffee shops to choose from in Sevenoaks, many of them chains… But Basil is different and serves up fresh homemade cakes and savoury food. And their brunch menu is killer.

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Fashion Friday: Bumble bee

Un-bee-lievable how much I love this stripey top

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