Trust me when I say that no guide can prepare you for Marrakech. It is a frantic city which moves to its own beat - you can choose to move with it or not, the choice is yours. It is also steeped in tradition; certain things define this space, and are rooted to its very personality –the sound of steaming mint tea poured from a great height, with glasses clattering against a silver tray. The chugging of motorbike engines traversing the streets…Read More
No other month makes us feel quite so shit when 4 days in we've stopped meditating, resumed bitching about our colleagues and can be found feeding our feelings with a fat slice of cake, washed down with an extra large G&T. In the spirit of optimism that this year can be different, here are my thoughts on how to tackle it.Read More
Somewhat overshadowed by megawatt Riviera neighbours like aristocratic Monaco, red-carpet Cannes and Champagne-soaked St.-Tropez, France’s fifth-largest city is often written off as a dowdy haven of retirees. Yet, Nice packs most of its neighbuors’ lures — year-round sun, Mediterranean Sea, belle époque and Art Deco architecture — with the bonuses of an atmospheric old quarter, an evolving restaurant scene, the Riviera’s best museums and some high-profile public works.Read More
The landscape of blogging, and online content creation, has certainly changed over the years - especially with the stratospheric rise of Instagram. Bloggers were once loved for being the girl’s next door, your online best friend, and having a relatable authenticity that differentiated themselves from the magazines and models – but that's not so much the case these daysRead More
Next month will mark the one year anniversary of me leaving my job in event management to work on my blog - and Instagram - full-time. Part of me can't believe it's been a year because it's seriously flown by so quickly, but a bigger part of me can't believe I've only been doing this full time for a year. Dare I say it, but I truly feel like this is what I should have been doing for years and years.