Over the festive we produce nearly a third more waste than usual. I read that in food alone it is the equivalent of 263,000 turkeys; 7.5 million mince pies; 17.2 million Brussels sprouts; 740,000 slices of Christmas pudding; (and more shockingly to me), 11.3 million roast potatoes. Who would throw away a roast potato?! What... Continue Reading →
It is safe to say that in trying not to get into Christmas too early, I am now feeling that mild PANIC as I need to buy presents, I don't have much free time, and Christmas is only two weeks away! Then I remembered, I wrote a list of present ideas earlier in the year to... Continue Reading →
I took this picture on a visit to Nice, France in February this year. It perfectly reflects how I was feeling at the time. Calm and serene. I was two months into my career break and my mind was the clearest it has ever been. In those moments whilst I sat there watching and listening... Continue Reading →
Being 5ft and a few inches tall is not unique, there are loads of us. I always wanted to be tall, mainly so that I could go out to clubs wearing flat shoes and not have my feet hurt. As a teen it was cute to be a little one, as an adult more so.... Continue Reading →
I love being with people, having a good chat and a laugh, making memories...but I do like to do some things by myself. It can, and has felt uncomfortable at times, but if there is something I really want to do or see, I don't want to sacrifice it because others aren't around. It can... Continue Reading →
Wouldn't it be better to fully appreciate all the good experiences we have, instead of comparing them to the first?
Swings at the Tate Modern in London Such fun! These are designed for three people by Danish artists’ collective SUPERFLEX. I went to try these out with a friend on a Friday evening and it really took me back to going to the park as a child. Waiting 'patiently' for people to get off the... Continue Reading →