Ahhhhhhh! Wheeeee! Ooooh! Those are the sounds that have pretty much been playing in my head since I booked plane tickets to Copenhagen back in June. You see, the idea of visiting Scandinavia has always enchanted me; beautiful landscapes, beautiful people and beautiful languages - what's not to like? But it got to a point … Continue reading Copenhagen.
On a scale of 1 to easily impressed, I am definitely towards the latter end. Give me some food, a nice building to gawp at and a warm bed at the end of the day, and I am yours. So when I first visited Antwerp a good 4 years ago and wasn't too impressed, I pretty … Continue reading Antwerp.
September is to me what January is to most people. A new start, a fresh page in the diary and a new set of resolutions for the year ahead. Maybe it's because I'm still in the school/university mindset, where the last few days of August are frantically spent sharpening pencils and trying out new hairstyles … Continue reading September.
Okay so I'm just going to preface this with the straight-up confession that I bloody love Edinburgh. The architecture, the accents, the mix of old and new... There's just something about Edinburgh that totally gets me. I've been 4 or 5 times before - mostly for the annual Fringe festival (it's not actually about hair) … Continue reading Edinburgh.
I am on a mission to make up for being a lazy blogger. One who thinks 'life is for living!' whilst taking 103853865 photos that nobody will ever see and eating food that will soon be forgotten with my next glass of wine. This year has given me the fantastic opportunity to go on many … Continue reading Granada.
Hello little blog, how are you doing? It's been quiet round these parts recently - partly because I've been busy getting on what that grand old game we call life, and partly because I haven't really felt like sharing. Things have been good; I've been on trips, worked late nights, spent time with friends and … Continue reading July.
Here's a tip to all the budding CEO's out there: there is no better way to completely destroy productivity and focus for the day than giving your employees a surprise day off. Indeed, I would estimate that it took no more than 3.5 minutes from the email being sent out for the entire office to … Continue reading Liège.