With the clocks now well and truly back for many, it will now be dark both when your alarm goes off in the morning – meaning you will no doubt be getting ready with the sun only just starting to rise outside the window – and leaving work when it has already set. Cosy and...Read More
We still have a few months left of the winter season. Of bitterly cold mornings, weather warnings and the potential for snow, not to mention the early sunsets gracing us whilst many of us are still at work. While it is tempting to want to follow in the footsteps of some of our animal counterparts,...Read More
As I sit and type this, the wind is raging and blustering outside my bedroom window. The trees are swaying frantically from side to side as the wind whistles and rustles through them. What’s more, it is almost dark, the sun has set, and it’s only half past six. It feels as though there...Read More
The CN Towner Rocket 58 seconds to the lookout level of the CN Tower for a 360 degree view of the city from above the skyscrapers, then make your way to the Glass Floor located on the SkyTerrace and test your nerve! With a view 342 m (1,122 ft) straight down, even those not afraid of heights might...Read More
It may still be autumn, but my favourite season is heralding its appearance through a cold snap in the air. Breath is occasionally visible again on the clean, crisp morning air and cosy will once again be possible. Summer may be sunny and warm for a few days out of the year, but only in...Read More
As each season comes back around, we are given a wealth of inspiration on the new trends and what we should be wearing. Of course, we do get the seasonal replications too: in spring and summer we can expect pastels and florals in abundance and entering into the colder seasons of autumn and winter, we...Read More
Hello from Iceland! This is my third trip here and I’m out in the sticks. A beautifully situated mini cabin with a mountain on one side and a bay on the other. The scenery here is truly spectacular, I could be a happy hermit here, occasionally scuttling out for supplies but mostly either frolicking around...Read More
My first ever trip abroad was a week long holiday to Iceland with my parents. I know, I said the first trip I planned was my Thailand adventure, which is very true. My mum and dad didn’t think a fifteen hour flight with a stopover in Oslo should have been my first experience of flying,...Read More
Hello from Norway! At this very moment I’m sitting in my hostel room in Oslo congratulating myself on a job well done. I’ve been using Google maps on my phone to navigate my way around the city, and it’s been working well so far. Until today. Today, perhaps because of the cold, my phone died...Read More
So, we haven’t exactly had the most amazing summer this year. Between boiling hot and blustering winds, to carrying an umbrella ‘just in case’, our summer has been a bit of a wash out. However, these autumn goodies makes embracing the shorter nights, shallow puddles, and leaf blowing breezes a bit more bearable. Matte Lipstick...Read More
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