A very sweet gallery

A wise man (his name was Samual Johnson) once said 'A man that is tired of London is tired of life' and I wholeheartedly agree with him. For those that are constantly craving new adventures, seek to eat cutting edge cuisines or even want a quiet oasis surrounded by trees then London is the place for you! What I love about … Continue reading A very sweet gallery

Jubilee market – Covent garden

With the summer season upon us it is a great time to shop outdoors at the many markets that London has to offer. When I was younger I spent loads of time at markets, from food shopping with my mum at Hoxton market to clothes shopping with my friends down Petticoat lane, but I have … Continue reading Jubilee market – Covent garden

Pac to the 80s @ Maggies

The national lottery currently has over 30 scratchcards and to celebrate the launch of the newest PAC MAN card I was invited along to an 80's style pub quiz held at Maggie's bar on Fulham road. I do love a pub quiz, I spend most afternoons glued to the TV watching tipping point and The chase … Continue reading Pac to the 80s @ Maggies

Exhibit – Balham

My darling daughter recently turned 15 and with her birthday on a weekday we didn't really plan any sort of celebration. She had already arranged to go out with her friends at the weekend and we were going to have a family meal or takeaway at home on the day. Birthdays have always been a … Continue reading Exhibit – Balham

Cake decorating @ Jenius social

Last week I was invited to the third birthday of Jenius social and as with any birthday I was expecting to eat cake, the only catch was we had to decorate the cakes ourselves before we got to eat them! Upon arrival I was greeted by lots of friendly faces including the founder Jennifer who … Continue reading Cake decorating @ Jenius social

Art of the brick – Lego superheroes

I often look at amazing Lego structures and think I could probably make something similar but then I get to work and all that comes out of it is a staircase, one that doesn't even stand up! So when I see art, such as these DC superheroes that were created by the likes of Nathan … Continue reading Art of the brick – Lego superheroes

Breakfast with a view

Situated on 20 Fenchurch street, just a short walk from London bridge, you will find a commercial skyscraper that is commonly known as the walkie-talkie due to its shape. Hidden away 155 metres up inside this building is an oasis overlooking the city that believe it or not is open and free to the public! The sky … Continue reading Breakfast with a view

Photography project – Postcards from the elephant

As part of one of our university modules we were required to make a photobook. This involved researching the photobook industry, including looking into the history of the photobook coming up with a concept taking photos using Adobe Indesign to create the template for the book sourcing the right paper that would work with our images … Continue reading Photography project – Postcards from the elephant

Partying at Pizza Express

I have been to a pizza making party for kids and I have been to a pizza making party for adults and I have to say, the adults party is much more fun! I was invited to take part in a pizza making party at the Gloucester road branch of pizza express where there seemed … Continue reading Partying at Pizza Express

Robots @ the science museum

Who would have thought that robots went back 500 years! This fascinating show begins with a very lifelike baby robot to greet you at the door and is followed by some other pretty freaky, yet interesting humanoids throughout. You can really see how far technology has moved on as you move through the rooms of … Continue reading Robots @ the science museum