"Your mind, your body and your heart will always believe what you tell it. Feed it love, feed it truth and feed it faith." Some of you might be familiar with the words "man shall not live on bread alone" and simply put, the motive behind this little scripture is that physical nourishment is … Continue reading Good Food. Week 1. Cultivating Gratitude & Visiting Provedore in Falmouth
I'm going to be completely honest and say I'm about a year and a half late in writing this. For some reason, all of my truly travel related post have been tangled up in the drafts folder!? But enough is enough, they deserve to be published too! So without further delay, who wants to hear … Continue reading 4 Reasons To Cruise Through The Gulf of Mexico
We cannot deny that there is a new kind of 'joy' in society today that is released when a worthy instagram moment presents itself, right? right. Any frequent instagram user loves the feeling a 'perfect shot' brings. From blogger-style #ootd shots in front of your garage door or simply a delicious sugar-dairy-gluten-free-meal at your local … Continue reading The most ‘instagrammable’ coffee spot in Durban (this week)
This morning's daily @sethgodin blog post spoke straight in to something I've been thinking a lot about lately and that is my "save as draft" habit I've acquired. I find a nugget of inspiration that I passionately want to share with the world. Once nugget transforms from thought to a written (imperfectly) post, instead of … Continue reading Save As Draft: beauty over perfection.
Pancake day is the best day. I don't know many people who don't like pancakes and now that we live in a world full of 'alternative' pancake recipes, there's no excuse not to indulge yourself in such a good day. Choosing to live a life with as little refined sugar as possible means that this year's … Continue reading Three Part Pancake Day Recipe
Yesterday I had to make a little trip to Waitrose to hunt down some medjool dates to make sugar-free mince pies for Christmas day. Yes, I am aware of how pathetic that opening sentence sounds, but hear me out for a second because it's Christmas, and we all do silly things at Christmas. Wandering through the … Continue reading Cornwall Camping In December
Video is the future, right? Well... who knows what the future holds at this point. Either way, video has always been one of my favourite ways to express myself. It's just unfortunate the last three years at university stole this joy from me! So. No more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYa1FkhZq4E An 'almost' Vlog.... This time last year … Continue reading Back To Video w/THIS ALMOST VLOG.
"I love brunch" - a sentence that's hard to disagree with. Breakfast at lunch, champagne before noon and a brilliant reason to sleep in after 7am. Brunch is community. Brunch is a brilliant first world tradition, most commonly practiced on a Sunday "with the girls". According to the internet, "we accept the brunch we think … Continue reading Sunday Brunchin’ East London – 3 Spots Worth Visiting
No words I type will justify the atmosphere that Columbia Road Flower Market holds, so if you haven't been - GO! And until then, here are some photos I snapped while I was there on Sunday, I hope they give you a little taste of what a I experienced! "I will be the gladdest thing under … Continue reading The Columbia Road Flower Market
Happy Monday, folks! If you know me, you'll know that I am no good before coffee and since Monday's are designated 'drink too much coffee' days, I thought writing a very long awaited London coffee post was the way to kick this day off! I am in London for a few days visiting different graphic … Continue reading When in London… COFFEE.