My Favourite Lasagne Recipe

For days when you want to ditch the meat and up your vegetable intake. This has been my favourite recipe for a while now as I just find it very quick to make and prepare it is a BIG WINNER with my man. It’s a sure winner if you want the compliments.   INGRIDENTS 1…

Personality types, do you know yours?

Protagonists are the most likely personality type to enjoy preparing food. Until I started working back in the UK again I will admit that this type of test was not offered to me by any of my company HR’s in Dubai or friends. The ‘old’ me also wouldn’t really care about it if I’m being…

My First Spring

Spring seems to finally be over in London and I honestly couldn’t be sadder! This may sound very strange: but I have missed the of season spring more than summer!. The reason for this is that I have an expat living in Dubai for the past 6 nearly 7 years. Yes there is plentiful supply…

The importance of a Media kit in the blogging world

Do I need a media kit? This is something I am hearing a lot these days. In short; YES. As a marketing manager turned influencers I can’t stress just how important this is. In my previous role in Dubai working in Luxury fashion an influencers media kit was one of the ways I could prove…

The Arch Hotel, London

When you think of London, you automatically think of the countries famous landmarks. One of London’s famous landmarks is Marble Arch, which was originally the mall entrance in 1828 for Buckingham palace, but in 1851 it was moved to its new location. Just short walk from this hotel nestled in a street flagged with trees…

Lime Tonic Spa Review Desert Palm; Travel Arabia May issue

Remote and chic are important words when looking for the perfect location to spend your well earned day off or weekend for that matter, and this is exactly what is on offer at Desert palm Lime Tonic Spa. Nestled inside the perfectly trimmed lawns used for polo and polo lessons, is a spa that offers…

Alcotraz Penitentiary, Brick Lane

So it would appear that me being an expat and living out of the UK 6 years means I have been missing out on themed concept venues and temporary concept bars happening back home. In my absence London has since welcomed a Hello Kitty café, a cookie dough bar, a cereal killer café and many…

A Parisian love affair with Diptyque.

The Diptyque story begins in 1961 on 34 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris, when three friends an interior designer, a painter and a theatre designer create a parfumerie. Diptyque creates the beautiful decadent scented candles and home fragrances, the French parfumerie are simply adored by beauty aficionados, though with its understated elegance in both aesthetics and scent,…

The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL

190 SL Mercedes-Benz Marketed as a two-door super luxury roadster, 60 years after its release the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is now regarded as a luxury classic. This 190 SL manufactured in 1960 had recently been treated to a sympathetic restoration and, as a result, was a stunning specimen. From the cream leather interior to the…

Melia White House, Regents Park

I am the kind of person who is always looking for any excuse to book and research a hotel for a weekend break. For me the research is almost as fun as the stay. So what do I look for? Thanks to living in Dubai and working with Hotel groups such as Armani Hotel, The…