Vegan Recipe- Sticky Apple Strudel Cake

Woooo Vegan! I am definitely not a vegan but it’s great for the planet so I made literally the easiest Vegan cake recipe ever! I made up this recipe to use up a tonne of gross fluffy apples that my family were never going to eat and it turned out pretty damn good. Firstly, you…

Review- Shuang Shuang

This restaurant is fantastic! Ok, so I realise this is a little strange but I had a really great experience here!   If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can sit downstairs and cook your own ramen with ingredients going round on a little conveyor belt, which looks really cool. If you’re a little more conservative/…

Shamwari, South Africa- A Travellers Guide

South Africa might not strike you as the perfect place for a young woman on her first adventure away from home, but for a strong willed 18 year old me, that’s exactly what it was. I flew from London Heathrow to South Africa and started my month long stay in the middle of nowhere. To be…

How to Strive for Financial Freedom in Your 20’s

Ok so I totally get it, you’re probably thinking ‘what the f**k is this chick on about?’ and I know it seems ridiculous to be considering Financial Freedom in my early 20’s but it’s definitely something that future me will thank 22 year old me for and I figure it’s good to get a head start. Full…

Review- Yumchaa

Yumchaa (slogan ‘free your tea’) is perhaps the most interesting non-alcoholic drinking spot I’ve ever been to. They have somehow created some crazy tea flavorous some of which are  ‘Chilli Chilli Bang Bang’, ‘Enchanted Forrest’ and ‘Marzipan Superfan’. There is a selection of pastries, cakes and packets of tea that you can buy and brew…

London On A Budget- A Travellers Guide

London can be so expensive so I decided to make up a list of either incredibly cheap or free things to do in this beautiful city to share with you all!   1. Just walk around London’s monuments. The first one is the most simple and the cheapest. I would recommend doing this at dusk as most…

Review- L’eau à La Bouche

L’eau à La Bouche- meaning ‘mouth watering’ is a small restaurant and deli in Broadway Market, London specialising in authentic French cuisine. Like most London restaurants, L’eau à La Bouche is a small venue with shared tables and benches as seating and there is always a crowd milling in and out to buy goods from…

Tutorial- How to Organise Your Cosmetics for under £70

I’ve already posted on how to organise your vanity and your wardrobe, so I decided to write about how to organise your makeup and other cosmetics in the easiest and cheapest way. First things first, you’re going to need one of these bad boys: It’s an Ikea RÅSKOG Trolley that costs around £50. I got mine…

The Museum of Happiness

What do you think could be hidden in the back of this small unassuming café in Shoreditch? Probably the most fun you can have for £5:00 -the Museum of Happiness.  I’m not exactly sure what qualifies the Museum of Happiness as a museum, but it is definitely the place to fill your vaults of happiness….

Review- 26 Grains

26 Grains is a teeny tiny restaurant/café tucked away in Covent Garden’s famous Neal’s Yard. It is the brainchild of Alex Hely-Hutchinson a pioneer of ‘posh porridge’ in which 26 types of grains are utilised to make delicious and wholesome recipes drawing inspiration from the Scandinavian diet and their Hygge (cosy) culture. there are a few places…

UNIQLO Tate Late- February

UNIQLO Tate Late’s are special days when the Tate Modern is opened to the public after hours for a series exhibitions most of which are free to attend. This was my first time visiting this newly opened wing of the Tate and my first Tate Late evening and I absolutely loved it and wanted to share…