Getting Political

Following my post on appreciating London there has been a surge of political news. Everyday I’m scrolling past Brexit talk, Executive orders from Trump and him calling out ‘fake news’ every five minutes. Now is a time we really need to be united and although it seems the future is uncertain, we should embrace the fact the nation has voted to leave Europe and use it as a springboard for…

Dirty Bones

I’ve been to Dirty Bones twice recently. The first time we went to the Kingly Court one. There was a super long wait, the place was heaving, we first sat at the bar then eventually got moved onto a table. The food was amazing but the experience not so much. I was keen to go again and have a less rushed experience where we could really enjoy the food so…

Festivity

London is such a magical place to be at Christmas. Over night or so it seems, the whole city transforms. Department store elves come out and dress the windows spectacularly, lights are hung down all our favourite streets, markets pop up at the South Bank and Hyde Park is transformed into the ultimate Winder Wonderland. December 1st I like to go and see the tree in Trafalgar Square, it’s bought…

Ivy Cafe Marylebone

Working 6 days a week with the weekend football matches, I don’t really like to come into London again on my day off. But there’s one exception. Or maybe two! Yoga at Third Space followed by Dinner at the Ivy Cafe in Marylebone. The Third Space in Marylebone is so CUTE! It’s luxury wellbeing at it’s finest. Pool, sauna, steam room + spa. Fully equipped gym, studio classes. On a…

Brunch | Tom’s Kitchen

I love a good Bloody Mary + Eggs Benedict on a Sunday afternoon. Usually after a heavy Saturday evening but this time it was after a well rested night in with my best friend Laura who came for 24 hours for a huge catch up! Because Laura had to be back at Victoria Coach Station for 7pm I thought it would be nice to make a real day of it.…