So I was nominated for the versatile blogger award by the lovely Carol who blogs over at Born into the Wildlife . She writes about life and identity and her posts often spark further conversation on the topic. Carol is … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
Well this is exciting. I have never been nominated for one of these before and in the last two weeks I’ve been nominated for three! Since I only post once a week it might take me a while to go … Continue reading Sunshine blogger award
You know those Facebook competitions that flood your newsfeed; ‘like and share to win a two night stay in this hotel’, ‘tag two friends and share for your chance to win a meal for two’, ‘like and share this post, … Continue reading Cocktail masterclass at Aluna, Bristol
Saturday nights are typically for drinking in bars or pubs before going off dancing with your mates at some hip club. Well, they used to be anyway. I’ve suddenly become that person who says ‘I’d rather be able to have … Continue reading God’s Own Country: a review
This morning I arranged to meet my friend for coffee (or smoothie, cake, coke, whatevs). We decided to meet at Boston Tea Party; a café chain that I absolutely love. I can often be found sitting in there with a … Continue reading Pinkmans: a review
I’ve known Felicity, Fliss, for a couple of years now. She’s one of those people who is always smiling and will speak to everyone. She treats everyone the same and the conversation I had with her yesterday morning just proved it. I met her at Boston Tea Party on Whiteladies Road, Bristol at about 10.50am, I got there first and secured a table. Fliss breezed in shortly after with her signature big smile and looking gorgeous in a fitted blue dress, leather jacket and chic grey beret. This woman is 28 years old and is currently pursuing a PhD … Continue reading Felicity Inkpen; scientist, artist and humanitarian.
So, I live in Bristol. I imagine most of you are aware of that, being that most of you are my friends and family… And you’ll also know that I currently reside in the affluent Clifton area. Now, I’m certainly not affluent, but for those who don’t know Clifton, I am surrounded by mansions. Let’s not get too excited, most of them house young professionals in flat shares (I’m still young, right??), some are home to the 8000 students who are lucky enough to live in this area (in flat shares, too), but some of them, not many, are still … Continue reading My local area