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“Don’t let fear of what could happen let nothing happen.” – Someone somewhere Fear is something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. A new year is about making goals or reevaluating goals to achieve and usually when we remind ourselves or are working towards something we don’t feel completely assured in there is a […]

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Toad in a Hole or Toad in the Hole (unsure of which is correct) is one of the great British classics that is made for the heavy gray days found hovering over its shores, especially at this time of year. Today’s recipe is from Jamie Oliver and he added rosemary which makes this only fuller […]

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Becoming an adult means a lot of different things to a lot of different people and there’s so many ways for us to measure our own points of ‘officially’ becoming adults. Whether it be that we pick up discount items with a sense of pride or that we suddenly love gardening. Is there something you […]

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It’s happening! The leaves are going bright golden colors and falling to the ground. They sound all crispy underfoot and everywhere people have got thick coats, tights and layers on. Layers, I’m avoiding it all. Testing myself without tights, despite the weird looks I’m getting for those bare legs. I’ve not given in and worn […]

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Is it really Cinco de Mayo again?! I know, time flies when you’re having fun and let’s be fair, Mexicans know how to have fun and party better than a lot of us, it all begins with the way Spanish sounds being uttered. It sounds as if it’s ready to party from the minute they […]

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After getting four hours of sleep two nights in a row at the end of last week, my weekend was spent napping and attending the Tweed Run, which might I add, has to be the.coolest.London.event. Bar none. It is most likely the only time you will see local Londoners with wide smiles conversing with strangers […]

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Trudging through the warm summer air, south of Liberty Bell towards what has to be the most famous piece of Philadelphia cuisine, I was determined despite having only just landed and the impending darkness sweeping its way across the sky. Nothing was going to get in the way of me and my cheesesteak, even the warning about […]

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A long time ago, during high school a random selection of fellow girls in uniform and I would walk into homeroom before the school day started and we would chat about different things before going off to our own age groups and friends for the remainder of the school day. One of the girls in […]

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Yesterday after a little miscommunication I caught up with two very special friends, people who I’ve known their whole lives on their very first overseas adventure. Taking them from Tower Bridge along the Thames past Globe theatre, over the Millennium bridge that stands outside the Tate with them sitting on St Paul’s steps for a […]

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The other week before melting marshmallows under the oven grill, my friend Renee and I finished off four of these wraps, hold the corn salad. You see, she is on a very strict diet meaning no fruits, grains or corn. And a night in meant thinking outside the box, when the taco idea came to […]

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