As I’ve mentioned many times, one of my biggest worries about moving to London was being far from big wide open spaces and lots of greenery and lush wildlife.  That was long before I knew there was the likes of Bishops Park,  Richmond Park and … well actually, before I realised there’s tonnes of greenery to be found in London – quite surprisingly!

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Sundays, over the past few years, were spent proclaiming I was dying after having been out until the sun decided to get up, dancing the night away with girlfriends in SoHo and drinking margaritas like there was set to be a tequila drought in London. Now, I still like a dance, I still like a margarita and I definitely still like a night out, but I’ve also got into the school of thought that weekends – especially Sundays – are rather precious, and should be spent enjoying the day, rather than a gloomy bed day of Hangxiety.

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When I was younger, I said I was never ever going to live in London. You couldn’t get me in that big scary city – no way, no thank you. Swap beautiful rolling green country side and animals for smog and miserable business people? Absolutely not. Of course, 5 year old me would be wholly disappointed in 27 year old me, but then 5 year old me wouldn’t know of the wonder of some of London’s absolute hidden gems. I’ve told you all about Bishops Park before, but today we’re exploring Chiswick House & Gardens…

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I’m half and half. I love the countryside (I grew up in the sticks), but since moving to London three years ago, I can’t imagine calling anywhere else “home”…

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  Well hi! Sorry for the slight absence, this week I’ve finally felt more in the swing of things at work, but that all said my MH is taking a bit of a knock. No rhyme or reason, just ‘cos it wants to be a PAIN. In the midst of all of this however, I had a pretty exciting Sunday planned…

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Sometimes, there’s something really fun about being a tourist in your own city. For a while, I’ve wanted to do some stuff to tackle my fear of heights – I started last month with a climb up monument and a play at Tower Bridge (read it here), but this month, a friend and I decided to take it up a notch…

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Well hi! It’s been a while hasn’t it? The month of March hurried to an end, which meant saying a big goodbye to someone very special…

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