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I recently spent a lovely evening with Pandora, discovering their new spring Garden collection. The event was held at the beautiful Bourne and Hollingsworth buildings and the room was decorated with plants and fairy lights and complemented Pandora’s new spring collection just perfectly. Pandora is a brand I have loved for years – my morning routine literally wouldn’t be the same without slipping on their stacking rings before heading out the door, so I couldn’t wait to see what Pandora had in store for Spring. From bracelets embellished with butterflies

Ever since my Dad travelled to Hong Kong a few years ago and told me how amazing the place was, it’s been on my travel bucket list. Luckily, it fit in well as a stop off on a trip from Australia to England last year so I took advantage of this opportunity and decided to stay for a few days. Hong Kong is an incredible place to visit and somewhere I definitely plan on going back to. With so much going on and so much to do there though, it can be

Travelling is my favourite thing. There’s nothing I love more than exploring new places, so when someone recommended I visit Tallinn in Estonia, despite not having been familiar with the place before, I did a bit of research and within minutes decided it was worth a visit. Plus, with flights for just £30 return, how could I possibly not? Having recently returned from this Estonian gem and seen everything that Tallinn has to offer, I can assure you it definitely is worth a trip. Think beautiful narrow streets you can

One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2019 is to finally share all the amazing places I visited on my travels that due to having the busiest few months of my life, I haven’t got round to sharing just yet. As well as to inspire you to visit these incredible places, I love documenting all of my travels so I can look back in months or years to come and reminisce! I guess a blog is a bit like a diary and it’s nice to have all of your special

Autumn has officially arrived and after the longest and hottest British summer I’ve ever witnessed, I’ll admit that I’m actually excited for chunky polo necks and teddy coats. Autumn winter fashion is my absolute favourite! I love getting all wrapped up in cosy knits and oversized scarves and going on long wintery walks. There’s just something way more exciting about dressing for the cold and I’m in love with all those autumnal shades at the moment. I really need to stop buying everything in rust and mustard whoops…Talking of autumn

I usually dread birthdays but this year was slightly different because it was my first birthday living in London and I couldn’t wait to head to some of the beautiful spots in the city. Of course, Notting Hill was high on my list of places to visit and well seeing as every street there is instagrammable, it felt like an outfit post was pretty much necessary. Plus, I just had to share with you this gorgeous outfit from Missguided. Ever since I saw the film, I’ve wanted to visit Notting

Whether you love it or you hate it, we are the generation that takes photographs of our food before we eat it. Some of us even choose looks over taste, going as far as ordering something from the menu purely because the carefully thought out descriptions make it sound as if it will be a photogenic dish. We’re willing to let our coffees go cold and well, everyone else’s on the table too, get funny looks from customers as we stand in all sorts of positions in order to get that perfect

A good coffee shop to me is not only somewhere you can get a great coffee and a delicious indulgent snack but also somewhere that you makes you want to stay for hours and hours on end. Whenever I visit a new city, I always try and suss out the best places to eat and drink and one that really stood out to me when I was in Hanoi in Vietnam a couple of months ago was The Note Coffee.  I absolutely love the concept behind The Note Coffee which is

I’m currently writing this blog post full of determination and motivation for the year ahead. Although it shouldn’t take a new year to make you realise you need to change your ways, it’s always good to use it as an excuse to have a fresh new start and wave goodbye to any negativity that the previous year brought to your life. 2018 is your year. You can make anything happen.  I’m not going to reflect too much on 2017 other than to say it was the most difficult year and although it

Before I went travelling I didn’t know much about Cambodia and if I’m entirely honest, it wasn’t somewhere I was super excited about visiting. If there’s one thing I’ve learnt whilst travelling, it’s that you should never ever judge a place before you visit. So many places have completely surprised me and a few that I was least excited for have actually been some of the most enjoyable. Cambodia was one of those places. It’s a country bursting with history, unbelievable and heartbreaking history that everyone should know about, some

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