I’ve been a Londoner for almost two years now and can safely say I’m a big fan of south east London and all it has to offer me. And in classic Londoner fashion, I refuse to stray too far from my patch. But recently I gave my oyster card the exercise it needed and headed to west to visit the Design Museum. Previously based in … Continue reading The Design Museum: Worth getting getting on the circle line for.
For clarity, let me say this now, I’m not vegan. I am vegetarian, though that’s been a new choice this year (2.1.17), but whether I choose to eat dairy or not and whether you choose to eat meat or not one thing is the gospel truth. Vegan and vegetarian food is daaaaamn tasty. So here are my four favourite veggie and vegan joints in LDN … Continue reading Four ways to eat like a plant based hero in London
This weekend I headed to Kew gardens gorgeous greenhouses to feel tropical in gloomy February. Continue reading A Sunday stroll around Kew Gardens.
In January, life in London can feel a little less glamorous than normal. We’re all broke from Christmas and the winter chill is making me less adventurous than I’d like, so here’s a few home truths about the sometimes reality of living in the capital. My life doesn’t resemble Made in Chelsea as much as I may have hoped… Expectation: Drinking at fancy bars in … Continue reading Living in London my expectations vs reality
Going to the cinema, as a past time, is a national treasure. There’s nothing that screams ‘date night’ more than a trip to the cinema and then having to quickly shake yourself down of stray bits of popcorn before your date sees you (and then finding a bit in your hand bag when you get home). Essentially, going to the cinema is sitting in an … Continue reading Films for under a fiver: The life changing magic of the Peckhamplex