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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
"If it’s difficult for you, take things step by step" If you've never watched any of Simon Reeve's travel programmes, you are majorly missing out. Simon is currently doing a tour around the UK, giving talks about the incredible places he's visited, people he's met, and how his career became what it is today. We… Continue reading An Audience With Simon Reeve- Any Travel Fanatic’s Perfect Evening
Happy Sunday everyone, recently I was lucky enough to head down South to Cornwall for the first time, an area of the country and the British coastline that I've always wanted to explore. I went with fifteen of my friends who I went to school with, before we all headed back to university. We drove… Continue reading My First Visit to Cornwall, Watergate Bay and Swimming in the Atlantic Ocean
October is in full swing folks! The leaves are already turning to warmer tones, and everyone just wants to be cosy with a hot beverage and a cosy blanket. Also, is it just me who has more cravings for indulging in some more seasonal treats? This cafe was a real gem of a find, having… Continue reading The Best Desserts and an Autumnal Escape: The Eis Cafe
Going in to my second year of university, I am now living in a furnished, rented house for the upcoming year in the city of Birmingham. It can be tricky to make a rented property feel homely and personal to you, when you are unable to make changes that you may make if you owned… Continue reading How to Make a Rented Space Feel Like Your Own Home