As part of my “oh no I’m an adult now” spending spree, I bought some luggage to schlepp my stuff from A to B. After a lot of to and fro, I ended up with two pieces from Horizn Studios.
I recently went through all my photos that I took when I lived in London last year, and I stumbled on a bunch that I want to share with you. The first pile is from when I went to the afternoon tea at Sketch with my mom.
I landed in Beijing on Sunday. It’s now Friday, my first week is almost over, and I feel like I’ve entered a new dimension of reality.
Peggy Porschen Cakes in London is a pile of pastels and flowers, serving heavenly creations of sugar and fruits. If you ever feel that you are in need of some sweetness, maybe head on over.
This post is a day late because I got the flu in the middle of summer, like a dumb ass! Anyways, last week I promised I’d tell you guys how I found my everyday makeup through travelling.
I’ve recently been on several overnight trips for interviews and such, which have meant that I had to pack a carry-on in a sensible way. After a particularly stressful three-day trip, I think I have it down (at least for myself).
If you are ever in the King’s Cross/Russel Square area of London and are in desperate need of some brekkie, then Half Cup has got you covered!
Merry Christmas! And what better way to spend Christmas Day than with staring at beautiful pictures of a wonderful restaurant and fabulous food!
Glossier has a popup in London since yesterday! How do I know this? Well firstly, there is this very pretty website called Where is Glossier? and secondly, I was there.
Eat your heart out!
I love to travel and I like to think I know a little about travelling in general. And because I’ve just returned from a trip to Hong Kong and Macau (more on that later) I’d like to share a few tips for travelling with you.