2020: Looking Back On The Little Victories

I think we can all agree that 2020 was a shambles of a year. What started off to be a year of positivity and self-care, turned into a multiple lockdown flop. It wasn't all doom and gloom though. I'd like to think I still achieved a hell of a lot of things that pushed me out of my comfort zone and made me feel proud of myself (which I find difficult to admit).

Joanna's Boutique Tea Room Review | Afternoon Tea Series

Okay so, I said in my last post that I'd be writing an Afternoon Tea series on my blog every month, then jolly old Corona happened and before we knew it, we were all thrown into not leaving our houses for months. I thought as the restrictions are slowly easing up, it only seemed right to dive in head first and start promoting small businesses and some of the places that have struggled the most during lockdown.

Funfair Afternoon Tea At Harby's Bar & Diner Review | Brighton

If you follow me on Instagram, you will know that mine and Jasmine's new hobby once a month is Afternoon Tea. It only seemed right, as we do really love food and each others company. We made a pact just before 2020 that we would have a day of fun at least once a month. This lead onto her suggesting I should start a little series on my blog, so... HERE IT IS. 

Real Talk

I knew I'd put on a stone in the last 6 months but the original photo of this really struck a nerve. At first, I laughed. I laughed at how my crap diet had finally caught up with me and bit me in the arse. I just saw it as a bit of a joke and blamed the scales for being broken. Then reality struck and I was like.. fuck. A stone. In SIX months. What happened?

A Little New Forest Getaway

Last weekend, myself and Max decided to take a last minute camping adventure to the New Forest. After a huge Amazon camping shop, it only seemed right to do a little prep for our upcoming Cornwall trip. Albeit it was only a night, but still. Long enough to get a feel for campsite life, play Frisbee and fail at lighting a BBQ...

25 Things I've Learned In 25 Years

Twenty five. A quarter century. No-one to sing Taylor Swift to you. No-one to quote blink-182 reminding you that no-one likes you when you're twennnnnn'y three. Just plain old 25.

The only thing that excited me about being a year older was the day off work for bottomless brunch, karaoke and a day of drinking with my number one home slice, Jasmine. OH, ANDDDD being able to drive other people's cars with their permission. I know right, wild is my middle name.
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