Around the world, countries are on lockdown and I am finding isolation harder and harder every week. I crave human interaction, a hug from my mum, and seriously miss popping to a pub after work for a few drinks with friends! Here are 15 things I am doing at home to keep busy during isolation.Continue reading “15 Things to do at home”
If you know me, you know I’m a summer baby. I seem to completely lose the plot in the colder seasons and this week has definitely demonstrated that! So in order to transform my negativity, this post is dedicating to things I enjoyed in November despite the cold & rain!
More and more people are becoming aware of the environmental impacts our actions have. There are so many small and simple actions we can put in place that have a significant impact on the environment. Here are 20 things I do to be more eco-friendly.
Around this time of year, I start booking Christmas getaways for the following month. I don’t like winter at all, but you can’t help but be merry around Christmas time! Last year I spent five days in Amsterdam visiting Christmas markets and have my final holiday of the year.Continue reading “Christmas Markets in Amsterdam”
Amsterdam is known for its beautiful canals, 165 to be exact, and bicycles with an estimated 847,000 of them! I have been to Holland multiple times and like most people, fell in love with the place. Here is my little list of things to do in and around Amsterdam.
I thought I would do a real, raw, and personal blog post today. This is something I have struggled with since I can remember. There has been a lot of guilt and pain that has come from not knowing what I want to do with my life, I know that almost sounds ridiculous but it is true.
I would have to say one of my favourite things to do is camping. Look, I know it’s not for everyone, but I love it! So this summer I went on multiple camping trips, one of which was in the Isle of Wight. Here is my little guide for this beautiful place!Continue reading “Camping in the Isle of Wight”
Around my birthday I have always written down a list of goals and bucket list items for that year. The same way people do with a New Year but more personal to me.
So, a few months later I thought I would reflect on what I have achieved so far and give you some idea of things on my list so you can see my kind of vibe and maybe this is something you could start doing in the future!
The second you arrive in Dubai the first thing that hits you is the heat! Although Dubai is hot all year round, July and August are the two hottest months reaching around 40°C most days. Thankfully, everywhere is air-conditioned and I found I was often quite chilly unless I was outside!
I have had the privilege of visiting this beautiful island multiple times but I often find that many people haven’t heard of it. The Portuguese Island Madeira is actually the top of a massive shield volcano located just off the west coast of Africa. While its clientele is usually older, there is still plenty to do for all ages.