Over the past few weeks, and months really, I’ve seen a stream of graduation photos across social media. Recently, I also got a “On This Day” notification from Facebook, featuring photos from my when I graduated with a 2:1 in Journalism last year. They do say that time flies when you’re having fun, but the … Continue reading What I’ve learnt during my first year out in the real world
A few weeks ago I embarked on my first ever solo holiday. As I am single and my friends are all skint, I decided I'd go it alone. So in May, after a few clicks, I had chosen Rome as my destination of choice. I flew out on the 12th of June, the day after … Continue reading My first taste of solo travelling: Rome
Millennials, those who were born in the early 1980’s to the mid-1990’s and who cause previous generations to tut and eye roll at every turn. We are split into Generation Y, who are slightly more similar to the previous generation, and Generation Z (where I fall). Millennials are branded as avocado obsessed spendaholics who are … Continue reading I’m a millennial and I hate avocados
Quitting your job without another prospect lined up is indeed incredibly risky and often something that is frowned upon by potential employers. Yet, in December 2017 I followed my heart and did just that.
Butterfly cakes are a crowd pleasure and are hassle free - great for parties and for getting the kids started early in the kitchen! This recipe is one of the easiest recipes for me (apart from my nans lemon cake - another fab chuck it all in and mix recipe!). Easy Butterfly Cakes Ingredients: Cakes: … Continue reading Easy Butterfly Cakes
For anyone that hasn't ever been to Ireland, I highly recommend you go! A few weeks ago I got the chance to go to Dublin, a place I was yet to visit but that has been on my list for a while. I've heard of its buzz and its culture and how it captivates its visitors. I was not disappointed.
These brownies are stupidly good! I used to dislike pistachios, but after having the most fantastic chocolate mousse with pistachios at Aquila in Bristol I found a new love for them. Martin, a guy I work with at Anthem Publishing has an unhealthy obsession for brownies (or any baked goods really) and Beau, the new … Continue reading Brownies His Way