Personalised Kitchen gifts with Snapfish

Personalised Kitchen gifts with Snapfish

I’ve been a massive fan of Snapfish for years now. Snapfish is a much loved online retailer who is dedicated to helping individuals turn their beautiful photos into personalised items that they can cherish for years to come. Being a foodie, when I heard about the new personalised kitchen items they had available, I couldn’t wait to order a couple of items to have in my kitchen. Snapfish personalisation aspect is unique, and makes a wonderful keepsake. It creates a great housewarming present or birthday present for your foodie friend. It’s really easy to import your favourite photos from Facebook, Instagram or Google photos and the quality of the products I was really impressed with.

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Little Bird Restaurant, Battersea

Little Bird Restaurant, Battersea

Little Bird bar & restaurant is located in Battersea, described as an ‘urban oasis’. It felt like I was in a tropical conservatory, filled with palm trees, hand-painted wallpaper, hanging plants, trinkets and cushions that I would love to fill my flat with. You will feel as though you are dining in some exotic place as it doesn’t feel like you are in London. We sat in the main dining room inside where it’s full of bamboo hanging lights however you can sit outside on the patio on a sunny day with yet more palm trees and white antique garden chairs.

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Three Brunch Places You Have To Try

Three Brunch Places You Have To Try

Arlos Steak – located on Northcote Road in Clapham Junction a short walk from the station. Think steak and brunch, they serve a variety of delicious dishes and a decent cocktail menu. It has a great atmosphere and on a sunny day it’s great as you can sit outside. We of course had to go for the croque moo’sier their signature dish which is full of steak, cheese and topped with a fried egg. The avocado and toast with vine tomatoes was also a winner.

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Tips on Moving to London Now

Tips on Moving to London Now

How have I been living in London eight years?! Thinking I would only be here for a couple of years and now I call it my home after owning a lovely flat now in North East London.  I’ve had a few messages asking if I have any advice on moving to London, so I thought I would put this post together and hopefully it will help some of you lovely lot if your thinking about that move.I grew up in a small village in Cambridgeshire, which is where I’ve lived for 22 years of my life. I feel very fortunate to have been bought up in such a lovely place. A quiet, quaint village where everyone knows everyone, where people say hello to strangers when you see them passing.

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Doughnut Time Academy, London

Doughnut Time Academy, London

When I was invited to go along to try out the new, world-first Doughnut Time Academy, how could I not? They’re the tastiest doughnuts in London. Taking place at the flagship store located on Shaftesbury Avenue in Covent Garden. I got the chance to decorate and customise a total of six doughnuts with Doughnut Time’s head baker Lara, who is lovely. She’s there to guide you through the techniques and tricks to perfecting your own doughnut. We got to ask questions and find out about some fun facts and tricks of the dough trade.

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Where To Eat In London

Where To Eat In London

I often get asked daily from my lovely followers on instagram or twitter, where shall I eat in London, whether they are living in London or visiting. I thought I would put together a blog post all about my go to places to go for brunch, lunch, dinner, cocktails, sweet treats and coffee. I make it my personal mission to scout out the very best foodie spots in London. It changes every few months as there are so many new places opening all the time, however below are some of my current gems I have visited and absolutely loved.

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Pergola On The Roof

Pergola On The Roof

Now roof top season is finally going to be here, hopefully. Pergola on the roof in Paddington has returned for summer. It will be open for lunch and dinner through to Wednesday to Sunday from now to October. It’s set over two beautifully decorated floors with two large open bars and seating for 850 people. It’s perfect for all occasions, me and my sister headed here on a Friday night to enjoy a couple of cocktails and some food.

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A Weekend in Southwold

A Weekend in Southwold

There’s nothing more I love than escaping London every now and then, driving to the coast and breathing in some fresh air. If you’re a Londoner you’ll know what I’m talking about. I find being by the sea very relaxing and calming and love to just switch off from the fast paced life of living in London. Don’t get me wrong I love it, but every now and then it’s needed.  One of my favourite places for a beach day in England is Southwold, it’s a small town located on the Suffolk Coast.

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Dinner at Seven Park Place by William Drabble

Dinner at Seven Park Place by William …

Tucked inside a beautiful boutique hotel in Mayfair, situates William Drabble’s Michelin starred Seven Park Place. An intimate and elegant fine dining restaurant, this is certainly a place to visit for so many reasons. My sister, my mum and I had a Saturday evening reservation booked and we were really looking forward to trying the menu as it has been awarded a Michelin star and 4 AA Rosettes and now I can see why.

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Things to do in Walthamstow

Things to do in Walthamstow

Walthamstow, otherwise known as awesomestow is known for a number of great attractions.  After living in Walthamstow for a year now, I feel I’ve really got to know the area and what it has to offer. Located in East London, it’s the final stop on the Victoria line( which means you always get a seat on the tube). I thought I would share with you my guide to Walthamstow, sharing my favourite places to eat and drink, places to shop and things to do.

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