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This week brings my father and I to Denmark and a one day trip to Malmo, Sweden meaning little time is found for the usual things, including this blog. Other than exploring the cuisine of this country (can I just eat smorrebrod and pastries until the minute my plane departs??!) and walking through the streets […]

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It’s Sunday and an early afternoon brunch awaits, this is the best and really only kind of brunch that should exist on a Sunday. After a stressful week, the weekend sleep-in is the only cure before another week of early get-ups and long office hours rolls around again. Can I be honest and say Sunday’s […]

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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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Keeping quiet during the weekend to go as full on crazy during the week isn’t something that happens…ever! I certainly have never turned down plans on the weekend so I have money to go out during a weeknight…but my best friend coming into town for three days also isn’t something that happens ever. Usually we […]

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Girls who drink whiskey can be summed up in two words: Robin Scherbatsky. Kinda badass! At the beginning of this year I made a personal mission to be able to drink Whiskey cold, hold the rocks. For one simple reason, Robin Scherbatsky, symbolizes the kind of character of women I’ve come to know who enjoy […]

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Is it just me or is the coming month solidly busy?! So busy that temple massages are required stat! Meanwhile, breathing slowly, this crunchy greens with pancetta dish will keep spring in the air while May showers hover outside here in London. It’s the perfect cooked crunch with salty pancetta that combine so well I almost ate […]

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Living thousands of miles from home you make new friends, a new form of family and those past people are only seen via technology or planned visits. Or sometimes you are just living life fully and you stumble into people you knew in your past life. The life where you know the streets and went […]

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The long weekend was sufficiently relaxing and catching up on to-do tasks like emailing friends who have been waiting for replies for some time or staying up to 2am after a 3-hour Facetime with a close friend. In true form we proved that age doesn’t necessarily reflect being adults, especially after agreeing we would both […]

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