Why I Love Running

Why I Love Running

Keeping fit is essential for my own mental health. Experts agree – exercise can mediate the effects of anxiety, depression and improve one’s ability to cope with everyday stress. I know that regular exercise (specifically running in my case) has had a huge positive impact on my own mental health.

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Edible Bouquet Masterclass with Ask Italian

Edible Bouquet Masterclass with Ask Italian

#sponsored content I attended an event last week where I was invited to go along to a masterclass in which I got to create an Italian ‘Edible Bouquet’. It focused on the best of Italian…

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A NIGHT AT ST.JAMES’S HOTEL & CLUB

A NIGHT AT ST.JAMES’S HOTEL & …

A couple of weeks before Christmas Jonny and I enjoyed an overnight stay at St James Hotel & Club. In all of my eight years of living in London I could count once, maybe twice of me staying in a hotel in my own city. I mean it does make sense, I have a bed in London so don’t need to pay for another.

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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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How to spend a day in Uluwatu

How to spend a day in Uluwatu

Uluwatu attracts surfers from all over the world as it has a number of beaches, perfect for surfing. Although the beaches are beautiful and great for surfing, not all of them are ideal for swimming. If you want to relax, eat some delicious food and watch sunset at a beach club, Uluwatu is the place for just that.

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Planning A Trip To Bali

Planning A Trip To Bali

Bali is a place I’d wanted to visit for a while. After a bit of persuasion my partner agreed to us booking a trip. This is the bit I get excited about the most, the planning. I enjoy researching the different places to visit and restaurants to try. I hope this helps in some way if your planning a trip to Bali. We had around 2 1/2 weeks in Bali, which I think was the right amount of time, I feel it could be done in two weeks depending on what you want to do.

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