There’s nothing like getting cosy when the leaves are turning orange, the temperature is dropping and the nights are drawing in. And I love creating …
About the book Hannah, Cate and Lissa are young, vibrant and inseparable. Living on the edge of a common in East London, their shared world …
2020 has certainly been the year of the Great British Staycation. I tried it out for myself with a couple of friends. Read the verdict here.
If we all make small changes to our lifestyle then we can make a big difference. Here are 5 simple ways to reduce your carbon footprint.
Having spent 16 weeks in lockdown and having gone a bit loopy in the process. It has given me time to reflect on my life and what I find important.
Some people may have thought that quitting my 9-5 job to go solo travelling was slightly out of character. But I thought I would explain my reasons for what turned out to be the best five months of my life!
Lockdown is making me more weird than I originally was. It would be helpful to me, and perhaps to you too, to look at some of the benefits to this lockdown.
The novelty of having nothing to do wore off pretty quickly for me so here are some ideas for things to do during coronavirus lockdown
I love dressing up for special occasions, so here is what I wore to watch the Bolshoi Ballet perform in London and the Royal Opera House
I love autumn! So here are my top 10 ways to get cosy this autumn
Mys is the Swedish version of the Danish word hygge, which no doubt you have already heard of. Being Swedish, I thought I would discuss our equivalent word – mys and how to create mys within your every day life