Where did 2018 go? Like seriously guys? Time sure flies when you’re having fun. January I started the new year with my best friend. Date night. Went to see the Circus of Horrors. February Celebrated Valentine’s Day. Experimented with makeup. March Built a snowman. Dinner date with mum. April Went on a night out (an excuse to get all dressed up). May Breakfast date. June Celebrated our Anniversary. Went to Cyprus. July Came back from Cyprus. Visited London Zoo. Visited London. Started getting into the gym more. August Flower delivery. Celebrated turning 22. September Went to Amsterdam. The Greatest Showman … Continue reading 2018 YEAR IN REVIEW


Winter Wonderland is London’s biggest Christmas event featuring two different Christmas markets, the UK’s largest ice skating rink, a Christmas circus, carnival rides and games, an ice sculpture kingdom, live music and entertainment, and enough food and drink chalets to feed a small country! As long as said country would be happy to live on bratwurst and mulled wine anyway. The only thing that could have made it more Christmassy would have been if the whole park had been blanketed in snow. CHRISTMAS MARKETS AT THE WINTER WONDERLAND We began our evening in the Christmas markets with no intention of purchasing anything. … Continue reading WINTER WONDERLAND


For Liam’s 23rd birthday, his mum paid for us all to go to Centre Parcs for a long weekend. There was Liam’s mum and partner, Liam and I who will be spending a long weekend together packed full of competitive games to see which couple is the champion at the end of the weekend. Day one. We got up, packed up and left at 10am to arrive at Centre Parcs Elveden Forest for around 11:30 ish. Our first stop was swimming. They have an amazing swimming pool with multiple attractions such as a flume, cyclone, lazy river and my favourite, … Continue reading TRAVEL DIARIES – CENTRE PARCS


It’s finally the time to pack up my bags and fly off on another adventure. This time, we’re heading to Amsterdam. Day One: Our first day in Amsterdam was a big one. It took us over an hour to walk to the centre and after waking up at 2 in the morning, we were not happy about this. The first thing I did when we got there was to find a canal and take a picture, because you haven’t been to Amsterdam if you haven’t had a canal picture. Amsterdam has more than one hundred kilometres of canals, about 90 … Continue reading TRAVEL DIARIES – AMSTERDAM