Why You Need to Visit Zakynthos, Greece as a Food Lover

Fancying a fresh Greek salad? Cocktails for just €4? Or how about some traditional moussaka? Greece is home to some delicious dishes and fabulous cooks, which makes visiting a Greek island like Zakynthos a must. This post includes all the fabulous places where we ate and drank whilst staying in the town of Argassi in …

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The Beauty of the Ionian Sea- Exploring the Greek Island of Zakynthos

“Adventure is worthwhile.” – Aristotle Before heading back to university to start the final year of my degree, I enjoyed a fabulous week long trip to the Greek island of Zakynthos. We flew with TUI from Birmingham International to Zakynthos airport. This island was a brilliant combination of being incredibly scenic but also very cheap. …

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Top 10 Tips on How to Plan a Mini Break on a Budget: Edinburgh Edition

I have just returned from the most fabulous three day break in Edinburgh, Scotland's magnificent capital city. This was a mini break with two of my friends, with all of us travelling on a student budget. We managed to compromise very well on costs without compromising at all on the quality of our city break. …

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The Top 5 Hidden Travel Gems in South West France

Why should southern France be next on your travel bucket list? If you are a lover of beautiful scenery, locally sourced wines and cheeses, endless sunflower fields, and small towns filled with cobbled streets, then southern France in the region of Aquitaine will be a dream destination for you. I have visited South West France …

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Spending a Day in London as a Tourist: Hyde Park, The Tate Britain, and Covent Garden

"Oh, I love London Society! It is entirely composed now of beautiful idiots and brilliant lunatics. Just what Society should be" –Oscar Wilde I was lucky enough to spend a gorgeous and sunny day exploring London on our last bank holiday. So if you are looking for some inspiration of things to do and see …

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How I Used Pinterest to Boost My Blog Traffic- 5 Top Tips for Creating Engaging Pin Graphics

There is a huge amount of Pinterest advice posts out there with some really fab advice. In the past when reading other posts, I've found that it's hard to work out how people progressed from being a beginner to where they are now with their pins. They show you their current strategies, but not necessarily …

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Easy and Affordable Ways to Create a More Sustainable and Eco Friendly Beauty Routine

Welcome back folks! I'm becoming more and more interested in making sustainable swaps wherever I can. I've found that cosmetic products are some of the easiest items to start swapping for more sustainable ones. The fab fact is that this is very cheap and easy to do! A win win. None of these items are …

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Discovering the Wilds of the Scottish Highlands, The Tourist’s Guide to the Applecross Peninsula

Welcome to part two of my Applecross travel series! Here is part one if you missed it! My first post shows you the journey to Applecross up the Bealach Na Ba, the beautiful cottage we stayed in, and some of the incredible views we enjoyed. In this second instalment, I share with you the gorgeous …

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Cruelty Free Skincare and Body Care Saviours

Hello pals, hope everybody had a fantastic Easter break in the glorious weather! Today's post is a collection of all my favourite cruelty free skincare and body care products. Since 2018 I have been gradually transitioning my cosmetic products to being cruelty free. Whenever something runs out, if it's not cruelty free, then I replace …

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Discovering the Wilds of the Scottish Highlands, Exploring the Applecross Peninsula

Welcome to the first post in my Exploring Applecross series! The Applecross peninsula is in North West Scotland, only accessible by two roads, and inhabited by only a couple of hundred people. Despite this, it's one of the most unique and rugged landscapes I have travelled to, with a fascinating and deep routed history which …

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