• Interviews with Inspired People, featuring Denise Weekes

    Hello lovely people! How are you all doing? Spring has properly sprung in the UK and we're all loving the bloom in nature and the blue skies. It also signals the start (hopefully) of our way out of lockdown 3.0 which I'm sure is a relief. Today's post is another interview (previous one) which any fellow travel junkie will love. Without further ado, here's another installment of my interviews with inspired people, featuring Denise Weekes.

  • A Woman’s Guide to Solo Travel

    a woman's guide to solo travel

    Hello my travel junkies! I've got an extra post this week and hope you enjoy it. You know that I always wax lyrical about travelling solo and how it's not as scary as it sounds. Solo travel can sound risky especially if you're a woman. However, it can be a truly freeing experience. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to go where you want and do anything you like, without other people holding you back? This is also a fantastic way to get to know yourself more. Spending time alone can be scary, but this is often because we aren't comfortable enough alone. Spending time alone is so important. It can help you to build confidence. It can also help you become more clear on what you do and don’t want. With that in mind, here’s a woman's guide to solo travel.

  • How to Plan for the Perfect Roadtrip for Your Spring getaway

    How to Plan for the Perfect Roadtrip for Your Spring getaway

    Hello my travel giraffes! In the UK the possibility of having a holiday abroad seems to be dwindling faster than my chocolate stash! So while plans to travel overseas may have been put on hold for over a year now, that doesn’t mean that getting out there and seeing more has to become out of the question. If you know how to drive, or know somebody who would want to take the ride then you will be able to plan a trip that is safe and all part of the adventure- the road trip! Not only do road trips help you to save money they are also a great way of seeing more of the world as you go. Once you decide on your destination, here's how to plan for the perfect roadtrip for your spring getaway.

  • 5 Things I No Longer Do

    Hello beautiful people! Spring has finally sprung in the UK and I for one cannot be happier! Spring signals warmer weather, an explosion of colour in nature and fashion. Plus, it's my birthday this week and we'll be heading to summer. Spring is a win win season for me. In light of all of this, I thought I would share with you, 5 things I no longer do as a single women over 30. Let's get started!

  • Exciting Adventures to Add to Your Bucketlist When Travel Restrictions Ease

    exciting adventures to add to your bucketlist - Colosseum, Rome

    Many of us are at a point now where we’re looking forward to restrictions being lifted as the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out. If you’re in the UK, you’ll be looking forward to a much more “normal” summer than last year’s panned out. If you’re someone that loves to travel, you’re probably itching to get back on a plane and explore the world. While there’s a few months left before that happens in the UK, take a look at these exciting adventures to add to your bucket list when travel restrictions ease.

  • How to Romanticise Your Life As Single Woman Over 30

    how to romanticise your life as a single woman over 30

    Hola mi gente! Or, hello my people! How are you all doing? I'm a day late but, Happy International Woman's day! Unfortunately in 2021 we are still dealing with gender inequality, pay gaps and a whole heap of issues that we shouldn't be dealing with, but we do. My prayer is that the ship makes a turn in the right direction. Anyway, on with today's topic and it's all about romanticising your life. I heard this phrase floating around social media and it made complete sense to me. To me it is all about being present in your life and showing up for you. Basically, you need to romance yourself like you would a partner. So here's how to romanticise your life as a single woman over 30.