Read about my 10 favourite podcasts for those long car journeys, those walks in the park and those afternoons of pottering about.
Choosing a hairdresser that you trust is a really difficult task. I mean, they practically have your life in their hands! Ok, that may be a*bit* dramatic but if you’ve ever had one of those almost-crying-walking-out-of-the-hairdressers-wearing-a-baseball-hat-for-3-weeks situations (who hasn’t? Also... who uses the phrase ‘baseball hat’….I’m really sorry everyone!) you’ll know what I mean. I … Continue reading About Cardiff: Guy Christian Salon
Remember that completely cringe worthy but totally necessary 3 year emo phase that we all experienced? No? Well, let me tell you all about mine and see if that jogs your memory.
So, as a 27 year old, I've probably spent at least 15% of the last 14 years of my life hungover. And each hangover seems to be getting progressively worse, so that's nice. Gin...why do you hate me so?! I've now just began to accept the magical 11 stages of a hangover, which I've listed … Continue reading The 11 stages of a hangover
On the 8th November 2016, I went to bed anxious but hopeful that I would wake up in the morning to hear the news that the 45th American president was a woman. That it would be a monumental moment in our history that we would tell our future children about with a sense of enthusiasm … Continue reading Musings: the 45th American President
So....basically I've discovered the perfect place for your Friday night cocktail and dinner needs. Ok, ok...so discovered may be a bit of a strong word given that the place has been open since July and also given that it wasn't even my idea to go there...but lets not get too bogged down in the detail. … Continue reading About Cardiff: Society Standard
So, last week, my quest to finally try out Flat Iron came to a conclusion. A beautiful, juicy, meaty conclusion. "There's this place that does the best steak you've ever tasted in the middle of London for a tenner" Raechel said to me a few months ago. She's been dying to take me for a … Continue reading About London: Flat Iron
I used to be kind of curiously jealous of my single friends. Their single life seemed so invigorating….so empowering….so intriguing. They were young, gorgeous and free, and the world was their oyster. They could go wherever they wanted with whomever they wanted, whenever they wanted. Who knew who they might meet next and where their … Continue reading 10 things I’ve learned about dating
The holiday begins at the airport, right? Ummmm, personally I’m not quite convinced by that one! Love it or hate it, there are a number of things that happen during every airport visit and here are my top 10; good, bad or indifferent!
Ok, so I understand that this post isn't going to make me popular. However being unpopular is not a new concept for me. Someone once brought a knife to school and when someone asked who it was for....guess who?! Oh, if you're worried I didn't actually get stabbed. Just threatened with the prospect of being … Continue reading Musings: You are not your snapchat filter!