How To Pack For A City Break -19 outfits 1 carry on 

On the weekend I visited two of my wonderful best friends to celebrate their birthday in London (they’re twins). Sometimes it can be hard to decide what/ and how to pack especially if you’re not 100% sure what your plans are and my faith in the Great British weather is tenuous at best so being prepared…

Review- Emmeline Café

Emmeline is a very small café(ish) tucked away in Stokes Croft. I say café(ish) because it actually also sells plants, not just like a florist, but like its own strange little jungle. This small unassuming shop is fit-to-bust with miniature cacti and succulents. If you can put it in a terrarium, they got it. As…

How to make a great LinkedIn-Free Printable checklist

I am currently a struggling- grad looking for work and believe me having a LinkedIn is a necessity. Even if you don’t get recruited through it, it shows people that you’re serious about getting a job and you can apply to some jobs via the site. The main thing I have found is that you don’t…

My top 10 Wanderlust destinations

I love to travel and I wanted to make a compilation of my top recommendations for beautiful and interesting places that I absolutely loved and would love you all to go and visit (in no particular order). 1) Surprise surprise, Bangkok is on the list! There is just something incredible about this vibrant city and…

Amsterdam- A Travelers Guide

I went to the beautiful city of Amsterdam as my first proper city trip and it was awesome (but a bit of a learning kerb) and I definitely wanted to share the experience with you guys! I went away with my lovely Uni friend Lara in our first year so we were both about 19…

Clean Eating Raspberry Jam- Recipe

This is by far the easiest healthy recipe I have ever made or used, and actually tastes really good! It is also fairly cheap, you don’t have to use that many chia seeds and all the other ingredients are easily accessible at your local supermarket! To save money I always use frozen raspberries instead of…

Tutorial- How to make the most of interning

I wrote a post a few day ago on Things I wish people had told me about graduating from University (but didn’t) and since I wrote so much about interning I wanted to follow it up with a post solely about internships, what to expect from them, and how to make the most from them. It’s…

Microfinance- The charity of the future?

I’ve recently got involved with a small Bristol based charity Deki, it deals with Microfinance and the idea it is based upon is fascinating. Microfinance is the process of lending a little money to someone who is considered ‘unbankable’ (not viable to traditional bank loans). The idea is that if you inject money into an…

Raspberry and Coconut loaf- Recipe

I made his with my lovely friend Georgi (we met at work but both recently quit hehe) it’s a fairly cheap recipe and could be made vegan by replacing the eggs with a substitute. It’s quite dense and warming but it’s got lovely fresh raspberries which make me look forward to the summer (something we…

Barcelona- A Travellers Guide

I’ve been meaning to post this for a while but having seen one of the places I wanted to recommend featured in Vanity Fair on Friday morning I finally got round to writing it up! I stayed in a really really sweet farmhouse just outside Barcelona this summer in the Playa Sant Andreu Se Lavaneres…

Tutorial- How to save money

Seems strange but I’ve found I have an affinity for saving my pennies, I have a large family and it probably became a necessity to buy everyone presents at Christmas. I decided to share my little tricks with you guys in the hopes it helps. Not only has saving allowed be to travel extensively in…