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… Continue reading Discovering the Wilds of the Scottish Highlands, Exploring the Applecross Peninsula
Happy Sunday everyone, today's travel post is all about the incredible town of St Andrews, a perfect destination no matter the weather. My family and I spent a beautiful week staying here, a place we have all loved and have grown up adoring. If you appreciate beaches, harbours, and gorgeous sunsets, all set in a… Continue reading A Winter’s Week in St Andrews: The Scottish Town That Will Capture Your Heart
Are you someone who aspires to travel or volunteer abroad in the new year of 2019? Today I have a guest post which will hopefully inspire you to do so! Today's post was written by Astrid Halliday, a budding online journalist. Astrid loves travelling and especially getting away overseas to help build and develop a… Continue reading What I Learnt From Volunteering Abroad- Guest Post by Astrid Halliday
It's now a month until Christmas, woohoo! Are you a book lover in need of a new book, or some new and dazzling suggestions? Or in need of buying a book for someone who already has a fully stacked book shelf of works they have already read? Hopefully this guide will give you some inspiration… Continue reading The Book Lover’s Gift Guide 2018
A Christmas Gift Guide, Stocking Fillers and Presents for Under £20!
As someone who has always had easy access to an education, and growing up in a safe environment, it's always been important to me to be aware that this is not the case for many people across the world. The four stories below are those of bravery, determination, and the wish to improve the lives… Continue reading Strong Women of the World- Four Incredible Stories to be Inspired by
"It always seems to me as if the lavender was a little woman in a green dress, with a lavender bonnet and a white kerchief. She's one of those strong, sweet, wholesome people, who always rest you, and her sweetness lingers long after she goes away"- Myrtle Reed Despite the days now being crisp, cold and… Continue reading The Cotswold Lavender Farm