London in June

Before the cooler weather comes, I wanted to share some snaps from the sunny days of summer in the city. We went to the Duck & Waffle at Heron Tower for my moms birthday brunch with some friends in June. We parked at the O2 and then took the clipper up the Thames to Tower… Continue reading London in June

Chatsworth Garden | Cascade, Willow Tree & Paxton’s Rock Garden

Cascade & Cascade Temple Probably the most well-known feature in the garden, the Cascade was designed by Grillet, a French hydraulics engineer with experience of designing for Louis XIV, King of France and was completed in 1696. It was later torn up in 1702 with the aim of making it longer and steeper than its… Continue reading Chatsworth Garden | Cascade, Willow Tree & Paxton’s Rock Garden

Summer Loving…

This summer has been a great one so far. I have been on some amazing trips and days out, and have so many posts ahead to share with you lovely lot but for today I wanted to share a few things that I have loved lately. -These shots of pups modelling Gucci's first pet range… Continue reading Summer Loving…

Why I switched to Digital Subscriptions

As any long-time reader knows, or even anyone who has seen my instagram knows, I love my magazines: specifically my Aussie mags Peppermint magazine and Frankie. Although I have heard people mention reading their favourite magazines online, I had never thought about doing this myself - at least not until fairly recently. About a month… Continue reading Why I switched to Digital Subscriptions

Photo Diary: Sketch, London

March is always a really busy month for meant this past march was no different. I have a lot of loved ones who have birthdays in march along with Mother's day too, but this year I also had my Graduation and I had also decided to treat two of my favourite people; my mom and… Continue reading Photo Diary: Sketch, London

Photo Diary: Graduation

I Finally Graduated! After six years of studying and two years of Covid - I graduated! It's hard to really put into words how I feel about my graduation. It was a long, emotional day at the Barbican Centre in London but it was so worth it and felt like a real feather being placed… Continue reading Photo Diary: Graduation

things I’ve found solace in lately | april

Life has been beyond hectic lately. I'm sure come October time I will go into more detail on my life lately and what the past year has brought about for me, but for now I'm looking for every and any distractions available to me. I'm so grateful for anything light I can seek a little… Continue reading things I’ve found solace in lately | april

What is classed as Self-Care?

I think it would be an understatement to say that the past couple of years have been a bit of a stressful, and quite frankly, draining for us all at times. The spare days or moments I would get to myself here and there would soon be full of face masks, living off teapots and major… Continue reading What is classed as Self-Care?

What a Digital Detox Taught Me

Way back, at the beginning of 2019 actually, I took part in what I can only describe as a digital detox. I had already deactivated my Facebook account months beforehand and had felt incredibly light since scrubbing that from my brain. The difference I felt in my mind and brain power after deactivating it was… Continue reading What a Digital Detox Taught Me

Sustainable Shopping | Clothes

Sustainable shopping has been on my mind a lot lately. Anyone who knows me knows I use to have a tendency to buy a lot of fast fashion, never get round to wearing it and throw it out two years later with the tags still attached to the garment. I can feel your dagger-looks and… Continue reading Sustainable Shopping | Clothes