The book I re-read every Christmas.

You know how sometimes, you stumble upon something unexpectedly and it becomes your new favourite? It can be a jumper, a musician or a book; and it sticks with your for years to come. A few years ago, it must…

A little experiment for a better night’s sleep.

My sleep is very much affected by what and how much is going on in my life. It seems that everything I successfully suppress during the day manifests when I close my eyes and has given me quite a few…

Four British habits I can’t wrap my head around.

I told you about the British habits I’ve internalised quite well and although I think for the most part, I am not exactly sticking out like a sore thumb, there are a few things which I still can’t quite wrap…

Four British habits I’ve adopted.

It’s been 18 months since I fully moved to the UK. Combined with my internship a few years ago, it’s been two full years which I have spent on the island. My love for all things British has been growing…

London, UK

A day in Kew Gardens, London

Something not many people seem to realise is that London actually has a substantial amount of green spaces dotted around the city. Greenwich, Richmond Park and Hampstead Heath are only a few examples of where to head to if the…

5 things that have recently made me happy #2

About a month ago, I published a post called ‘5 things that have recently made me happy’. I really enjoyed collecting positive aspects of my life and thought I would turn this into a monthly series! So, without further ado,…

My winter skincare routine 2017.

I love a good skincare routine. Before I got into makeup, I was into skin- and bodycare and I still love it a lot. My skin’s changed quite a bit over the years and I have mentioned my three of…

Why 27 is the age at which I finally start not giving a …

Let’s rewind to 2011. I’m on Tumblr, of course I am, reblogging to my heart’s content, doing those mysterious “Read more” posts and marvelling at beautiful people with much more followers than myself. I’ve built up a somewhat okay-ish amount…

Stratford-upon-Avon, UK

Stratford-upon-Avon in 48 hours.

A two hour train ride from London lies Stratford-upon-Avon, a quaint little town near the Cotswolds, best known for being William Shakespeare’s home town. A man whose work I adore and have done for so many years; it only seemed…