Netflix series you need to be watching

I was definitely a latecomer to the Netflix party but now I’m here I don’t ever want to leave. Living on a budget in London comes with some sacrifices, we don’t have a tv and so all our entertainment is streamed off my laptop, though I’ve got my fingers crossed for a 4KTV Panasonic if the universe is feeling extra generous.?…

Just another spring wishlist

Although as I write this post the snow is still melting on the ground I’m confident that spring is on its way and my wardrobe needs to be ready for it. I’m not a massive colour kind of girl but have been loving pieces with bold colour accents as well as the usual pastel colours of spring. Without further ado, here’s…

Nutreelife – plant-based protein snacks – a review

As a part of my ‘eat the rainbow’ new years resolution, I’ve found myself becoming increasingly more conscious of health-food products that claim to be healthy when in fact are full of highly processed ingredients that I can barely pronounce. Chemicals, artificial sweeteners and additives are added to so many ‘health’ foods to bring down their calory count and price…

What do you give to a mum who has everything?

Mothers day is just around the corner, a time to celebrate all that is motherhood and give thanks to those we see as our motherly figure. But what can you give to a mother who has everything?! Gift giving can be hard, especially when money is a limiting factor and we are surrounded by commercialised media trying to persuade us…

My updated skincare routine – cruelty free – Pai

Finding a brand that you love is like finding that perfect corner seat in a cafe. Once you’ve found it you wonder how you lived without it! Pai has been that brand for me. Now I warn you now I’m no skincare guru, in fact, I’m pretty lazy when it comes to skincare and makeup, so the product has to be…

6 easy ways to cut back your spending

In June 2017 I committed myself to a year-long lease on a flat in London with barely enough income to make the rent. I had my fingers crossed that my internship would turn into a job but had three months to last before I would earn a decent income. Once my rent, bills and travel had been paid I was…

5 TV landscapes you can visit in the UK

I’ve always had a thing for gardens, nature and landscapes. Perhaps it was my countryside upbringing or my mother’s love of plants that have filtered down into my bloodstream. I made brilliant use of my National Trust Student Membership whilst it lasted and enjoy nothing more than discovering a new garden on a piece of the countryside no matter the…