I am so excited to wear my new clothes from Religion Clothing where it’s not raining and somewhere it’s warm enough to rock the floaty maxi dresses without having to worry about thick opaque tights or coats.
Sometimes the best adventures are tucked away in hidden corners of your hometown, waiting to be explored, in unexpected places. Eastbourne is no exception.
This month, I’d like to celebrate the things that have made me smile, the things that have taught me new lessons or inspired me in the hope that they will also encourage a similar reaction for you.
Yesterday I had my first exciting present sent to me in the post. A beautifully crafted poster of the world, perfect for my wall in my walkthrough wardrobe (not walk-in because you technically have to walk through it to get out of the bathroom).
Nearly a hundred bad jokes later and Jordan and I have returned home from our trip to London to see the Natural History Museum. The great thing about going travelling with your best friend and boyfriend is having the same interests in nerdy things like dinosaurs and taxidermy extinct animals. It’s checking out the interactiveContinue reading “Travel Diaries: The Natural History Museum”
While sitting in the sun, feeling the breeze on my shoulders in the mid afternoon sipping on strawberry ciders it’s hard not to get carried away with possibilities. The things that could be, the hopes and dreams that appear when you’re most relaxed and comfortable.
The beach is awash with pebbles as the calm ocean brushes lazily up and down the shore. The sounds of the abnormally large seagulls caw noisily…