Last year I didn’t make it outside of Europe, which is actually a bit unusual for me. You’ll see lots of great UK and Ireland locations and I’m also very glad I got to explore lots of places by train (high five to Mother Earth).
It didn't take long for Greenwich to become one of my favourite places in London to spend a sunny Saturday in the park, take my family when they visit or go to the Planetarium to zoom through the stars.
Heading to Dublin yourself soon, or just looking for some travel inspiration? Here are my favourite shops, food places and sights. We'll start off with a bit of culture!
Money plays a huge part in everyone’s life and affects a lot of your decisions. Aiss wants to open up the conversation and make it less of a taboo to talk about it.
Thought Clothing was one of the first brands I found when I started researching ethical clothing and slow fashion, so you can imagine how happy I was to find an email asking if I wanted to try out their 2018 Spring collection.
My main issues trying to find shoes that weren't made of leather, were that most of the options that are left are cheaply made and from fast-fashion brands, so when I finally stumbled upon Will's Vegan Shoes I was really intrigued.
Because there are loads of different lists popping up all the time, I wanted to share my personal tried and tested favourites. We can all do with some more vegan meals, so check out the list and dig in!
Is porridge your breakfast of dreams? Do you go crazy for a chai latte and love home made flatbread? If you haven't made your way down to 26 Grains in Central London yet, you're missing out!
I first discovered Bagels and Beans in Leiden, during my uni years. A large group of students from my course used to rush to Bagels and Beans for a delicious lunch during the break between two lectures and I have to admit I probably wrote most of my thesis in there too.