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 →
Trying to keep up with the Jones'/Kardashians/Vloggers With social media constantly showing us the 'perfect' lives of other people...
From the perfectly rounded, to the knobbly. These pumpkins and their close relatives are impressive! All photos taken by me on a my little photo walk at Columbia Road Flower Market and Broadway Market in East London.
...except for the dentist, I think need some kind of therapy to overcome that fear so I should look into that.
A good moan makes things better. Well it doesn't really, but from the moment the words "what a day" are uttered, the floodgates are open and all the frustrations of the day pour out. Your friends have no idea what they are letting themselves in for. Or maybe they do, because now, they too have... Continue Reading →
Recently in Stylist magazine, I read a piece about how much we have come to rely on modern technology. Not necessary a bad thing, but it got me thinking about what place technology has in my life and whether it helps me to be organised. Maps I literally don't know where I would be without... Continue Reading →