I've been in the sunny Andalusian city of Seville over the past weekend, and you best believe I ate my bodyweight in good food. When I remembered, I took photos, so before I write posts on what I got up to, I'm going to run through my food. Some of it was amazingggg. The photo … Continue reading What I Ate In Seville!
I AM SO READY FOR SUMMER. When May hits, a d r e a m y summer has officially begun for me, this year punctuated by music festivals aplenty. All Points East It all kicks off with Bring Me the Horizon, a band I've sort of grown up with. They released a new album recently … Continue reading A Summer of Music!
This summer weather in February is like a massive burger; it's so good but you know it's so wrong. But climate change aside, the weekend just gone I enjoyed the weather by.. well, by going inside. In my local city (small lil city) named Chelmsford, there was a vintage sale in the Cathedral, selling by … Continue reading Vintage Shopping in a Cathedral
I finished Haruki Murakami's Norwegian Wood a couple of days ago, after a 7 day slog. 7 days is pretty long going for me to read a book, so my initial assumption was I didn't enjoy it all that much. BUT. It's so flipping profound. For all it's misogyny and ambiguity its left me feeling … Continue reading Norwegian Wood and my broken self
The liminal age of 23 is one that I'm not finding easy. The encroaching adulthood, the mounting responsibilities and the dissipating fun are all a shock to the system. I feel like the road I'm treading is ready to fork, and I need to take the right path. Part of me is thinking I can … Continue reading A massive inner conflict
In a desperate need for inspiration I trawled through my drafted posts, hoping something would spark a movement in my fingers and a post on a page. However, there's a reason these blogs stayed firmly as drafts- they weren't good enough.. But today I'll run through some of the ones that never made it to … Continue reading The Blog Posts That Never Made It
I've always had a list of bands and artists I simply must see live, and I can never tick off the entire list because I'm constantly adding more. This year I've a lot of musts... Better Oblivion Community Centre- I have tickets to see these, so it's a guaranteed tick. The brainchild of Conor Oberst … Continue reading My Must See Musicians 2019
I l o v e brunch. Avocados, eggs, salmon, sourdough, benedict, toast, halloumi- the brunch wordy goodness goes on and on. BUT brunch is expensive!! So the weekend just gone I made myself a *hopefully* tasty brunch and compared Saturday's in to Sunday's out. The whole point of brunch in was for me to not … Continue reading Brunch: Eating Out vs. Eating In