2018 Part I: A bit of a quarter life crisis

The first half of 2018 has been a bit of a rollercoaster. And not a good rollercoaster, like Air at Alton Towers, which is fucking amazing – more like a really shit rollercoaster that’s bumpy and terrifying and never ending…

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The Versatile Blogger Award

Happy weekend everyone! I hope you’re all coping well in this 20000 degree heat and haven’t melted into a human puddle – I’m currently in the form of one giant freckle so how I’m managing to type this is beyond…

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My A to Z Guide of Yorkshire: Saltaire

Last weekend I found myself with a full day of sunshine, lots of free time, and a ton of energy to go out and do something a bit different to my standard weekend routine of ‘Netflix and lay motionless for…

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My A to Z Guide of Yorkshire

For the past couple of months I’ve been trying to think of some new posts I can write for my blog (there are only so many times I can write jokes about my work commute and try to pass it…

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Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination

Thank you so much to Travels with Thomosarus for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award! I honestly thought my travel blog was going to completely crash and burn in one big mess so it’s so exciting to be nominated…

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How I spend my time at home between travelling

I’ve been lucky enough to go to lots of exciting places lately, including New Zealand, Oktoberfest, and a two week holiday in the Algarve (take me back pls) but now, due to a heavily exhausted bank balance and a need…

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Real Neat Blog Award Nomination

Earlier this week I was nominated for this award by my awesome blogging pal Seeking Sammy. (Thank you!!) It was SUCH a nice surprise to see pop up on my phone, and it’s so great as a new blogger to…

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Why you should choose Keswick for your next UK getaway

A couple of years ago, me and some pals grabbed a Wowcher deal for a 5 night glamping stay in Keswick which is in one of my favourite places ever, the Lake District. Our campsite was tucked away in a…

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How music takes me back through my travelling history

Music is a huge part of my everyday life. Whether it’s on my lengthy commute to and from work, getting to sleep after a stressful day, or just generally existing, you’ll usually find me with my massive over ear headphones…

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