As a regular frequenter and fan of Nottingham (the city not the football team, just to be clear) I was hardly surprised to find them featured in Pebble Mags guide to sustainable cities. I was pleased to see some of my favourite places in Nottingham on the guide as well as some new places for me to … Continue reading Nottingham: Sustainable City Guide
"Fantastic expectations, amazing revelations." Ian Brown's F.E.A.R lyrics (featured on the road-trip playlist en-route to Brighton on Thursday morning) brilliantly sum-up my 48 hours in the beautiful city. Fantastic expectations - Months ago I booked a cool Airbnb (check out the decor!) right next to The Level park in Brighton as a celebration for Rob finishing … Continue reading Brilliant Brighton
I can't believe it has been a whole month since my last post. I really don't understand where March went and I really really can't comprehend that it is already April, which means that it is only 4 months and 27 days until I go travelling (not that I'm counting or anything...)! A few weeks … Continue reading Where did March go?
Feminism Up is a monthly online newsletter that aims to encourage discussion around sexism and inequality. It is ran by Kath at Binging on Beetroot and I was recently very honoured to be asked to write an article for it. The newsletter comes out on the 1st of every month and I'm sure November's issue … Continue reading Feminism Up
As yesterday was World Mental Health Day I thought I'd share my thoughts on my holiday read... Russel Brand's Recovery: Freedom From Our Addictions. Whether you are a Russel Brand fan or not, this book really does create awareness on the issues around addiction and the struggles faced on the road to recovery. You may think; … Continue reading Recovery: Book Review